Managing Your Reviews: 6 Sites to Routinely Visit

Want to make sure you’re staying on top of your spa’s reviews? Here are a few popular sites to watch.

Yelp: Ideal for helping people find local businesses, leave reviews, and search reviews, it's also useful for business owners who can set up a free account to post photos and respond to customers.

Spafinder Wellness: In addition to  allowing consumers to search for spas, salons, and wellness facilities, SpaFinder Wellness also lets them purchase gift cards and read reviews.

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TripAdvisor: This site features 500 million reviews and opinions that cover a host of business, such as spas and wellness centers.

Angie’s List: This site has a certified verification process, which eliminates anonymous reviews.

Foursquare: It allows consumers to search for local and out-of-town businesses and reviews.

Google My Business: This site allows business owners to get an alert when people mention their business, respond to reviews, and more.

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