In Chatmeter’s most recent report, The Road to Reopening, we found that businesses dropped an average of .27 stars in overall star rating. Some industries falling as far as half a star. Now that we’re seeing a second and much stronger wave of Coronavirus cases, businesses are bracing for impact. Brands already have a lot of work ahead of them when it comes to building back up their reputation from the first wave of COVID-19, what’s the best way for brands to protect their reputation during the second wave?
If there’s anything SEO and Marketing professionals have learned from the pandemic, it’s that Google truly is the “new homepage”. With the rise of zero-click searches, many consumers don’t go beyond the Google search engine results pages (SERP) to find out local business information. This is why in a time when much is unknown, it’s vital that brands take control of their online presence before consumers even reach their website.
The LocationHQ mobile app gives Chatmeter users access to key features from the Chatmeter dashboard. Users can now monitor their reviews and update their listings no matter where they are. The app is designed to give every user better access and more control over the locations they manage, from business hours to review responding.
One of the best tools that come with a Google My Business (GMB) listing is Insights. GMB Insights give you a behind the scenes look at how your customers interact with your GMB listings. There is a vast amount of data to be found within Insights, here’s a look at what the data means, how you can use it, and the limitations that come with GMB Insights.
Our latest edition of the Local Brand Report: Reputation’s Role in the Grocery Industry originally took a look at how well grocery brands were prepared to keep up with industry changes and new competition. However, in recent weeks, the grocery industry has found itself on the frontlines of a global pandemic. Many grocery stores reacted to the pandemic in admirable ways, despite facing unprecedented new challenges.
Try as we might, no business can plan for the unexpected. As we do everything we can to protect our employees and customers from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is causing many businesses to change their day-to-day processes. Several businesses have had to close their doors, while others are implementing work from home policies for the first time. Here are our best tips to help manage your business through quarantine.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of change digitally as businesses have to adjust quickly to COVID-19 and its impact across the globe. Today it was announced that both Yelp and Google My Business made critical updates to their review and support policies. Here is the impact on Chatmeter and your business.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads it’s causing damage beyond just our health. During times of uncertainty, it’s essential businesses are not only protecting the health of their employees and customers but the health of their brand’s reputation as well. Here are five tips to help protect your brand’s reputation during the COVID-19 outbreak.
At Chatmeter, we work hard to make our product the best on the market. From feature enhancements to expanding our product offering, our product team helps to make this all possible. Adding new products and getting them released on-time without major flaws, couldn’t be done without the work of our Product Managers. In today's blog, I sat down with Chatmeter's Ariana Purro to learn a little bit more about what a Product Manager does and how she’s impacted Chatmeter in her time here.
If you woke up this morning with a new Google Maps icon on your phone, you’re not alone. Yesterday, Google announced an updated look for the Google Maps app on Andriod and iOS in honor of its 15th anniversary. Here’s a look at what’s new for Google Maps, beyond a shiny new logo.