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GCOMM attendees can see their practice’s rating and review report for free and get a 50% discount on review improvement.

Everyone Sees It.

Your Google Business rating is already visible to everyone who searches for your business to see your phone number, operating hours, website, or driving directions.

What’s a Good Rating for Optometrists?

The average optometrist rating across the US and Canada is 4.5 out of 5 stars. Surveys indicate that 45% of people would not trust a business rated under 4.3 stars.

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What Impact do Ratings Have on Optometrists?

A study of US businesses found a 5-9% increase in revenue for every one-star increase in rating. By this estimate, a small practice with $200,000 annual revenue could earn $10,000 to $18,000 more with a one-star rating increase.

How Fast can Ratings be Improved?

Dr. Laidlaw: “We got 580% more 5-star reviews after using Rating Protect in our existing practice, which increased our Google rating from 4.0 to 4.8. So I also got it for our three new offices to get a head start and protect against negative reviews.

A Toronto optometrist went from 2.7 stars on Google to 4.3 stars within 2 months (gaining 20 new 5-star reviews), and rose further to 4.5 after 3 additional months. In the same period, Yelp and RateMDs ratings increased by 17% and 25%, respectively.

Your Rating Report

Your rating dashboard includes your rating analysis, and a 50% GCOMM discount for rating improvement.

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Read tips on removing and responding to negative reviews:

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