Launching a new feature: Video Reviews

Today we have released one of our most important features so far: video reviews.

While Reviewshake is a complete standalone SaaS product for generating and managing online reviews on 80+ websites, video reviews are a great addition that was requested by our customers for a long time.

As the name implies, this feature allows you to request video reviews for your business using Reviewshake. The best part is that it's all integrated within our system: you just click a checkbox to enable video reviews, and they will show up in your landing page, widgets, social sharing, as well as all the dashboard stats. You don't need to worry about storage, formats or anything else - it will just work. Users can record their video on any device - phone, tablet or computer.

So why are video reviews better than text reviews. Here are a few ways:

  1. They are more personal and authentic. Seeing a real person talking about your business is much more powerful than just a text.
  2. People are more likely to remember details from watching a video than from reading a text.
  3. Videos are a great marketing material, especially on social media, where they generate more reach and engagement than static posts.

This is still a work in progress - we plan to expand and improve it. Please give it a try (you will need to sign up, we have both trial and a free plan) - I'm looking forward to your questions and feedback.

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    Seems like your site is down?

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    Your site is refusing connections

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    Does it seem that the website is down?

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      Ditto. Also having problems getting on.

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    Could be link, site is down, but www is working: https://www.reviewshake.com/

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    Your site is refusing connections

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