How Restaurants Get Customer Reviews
You can't fix negative restaurant reviews, but if they don't truly reflect your business, you can drown them out by getting positive restaurant reviews from happy diners.
Grade.us for Restaurants
72% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations from real people (Search Engine Land, 2012)
Customer reviews matter now more than ever. Grade.us serves the food and dining industry by giving restaurant owners and managers a simple way to get real customers spreading the good word about your restaurant online. If you do any marketing for your restaurant, do this.
How It Works
Restaurants with 3.5 stars on Yelp are 63% more likely to be full then those with just 3 stars (UK Guardian 2012)
1. Create Your Grade.us Page
Signup for free to create your Grade.us page or "review funnel" at grade.us/yourrestaurant.
It's an easy-to-reach page that'll help convert your customers into reviewers. We give them a quick "cheat sheet" for each restaurant review site and identify the ones they can post to without creating an account, maximizing the number of real reviews you'll collect across the review sites that matter to your business.
2. Focus On Your Restaurant
Once your Grade.us page is setup, you can focus on your real passion: your restaurant. You can freely promote your page URL (and free QR code) by word-of-mouth, adding it to your menus and receipts, or putting it on your website, marketing emails or Facebook page.
3. Let Us Help
When you're ready to seriously generate more customer reviews, upgrade to one of our paid plans and get printed review invites that make it a cinch to ask and remind customers to share their experience—not to mention the many professional features that let you encourage better reviews, pre-empt bad reviews, and get more value out of your page.
Grade.us serves both single-location restaurants and eateries, as well as fast-food and chain restaurants, fine dining, delis, pizza shops, you name it.
Learn more about how it works, or just sign up to start using Grade.us.