Reputation Round Up 1
In this edition, we feature The Kings Hotel in Stockenchurch, which is a hotel, restaurant and events venue as well as PMC of Pinner, a garage in Pinner, NW London and Hundred Degrees – an Indian restaurant in Harrow.
The clients discuss the challenges they had in collecting, managing and building their online reputation before taking up SWS service and the difference it has made to their businesses.
Reputation Round Up 2
This newsletter features some of our Dental and Aesthethics clients. It includes businesses like Corner House Dental Care – dentists in Elstree, York House Dental Practice – dentists in West Byfleet, Surrey Skin Care – a laser clinic in West Byfleet, The Laser Clinic Group – Laser clinic in Uxbridge, Imperial Dental Care – dentists in North Harrow and St Anns House Dental Practice – dentists in Cookham, Maidenhead.
Many of these businesses were already aware of the impact online reviews can have on their business and they share what their challenges were, what their experience was in dealing with the SWS and what results they achieved.
Reputation Round Up 3
This edition was focused on the Bridal/Wedding industry and features Brides-2-B – a supplier of Bridal Dresses in Watford, Red Dot Jewels – providing high end fashion jewelry in Pinner, Sainlo Events Catering – providing Michelin Star quality food for the wedding events and From This Moment – providing bridal dresses in Kingston.
This issue looks into the growing bridal industry, estimated to be worth an annual £10 Billion a year and the fact that couples read an average of 7,6 reviews before making a decision to use a particular service provider/venue for their dream wedding. The businesses share their stories of how they have made a successful use of positive online reviews to grow their business.
Reputation Round Up 4
The focus of this edition is the progress we’re making in Africa; with emphasis on some of our clients in Kenya.
Dive in to see how Nip Nap Baby Diapers, 32 Dental, and Cube Movers have used our services to widen their reach, and amplify their voices to a larger audience.
We strongly believe this is only the beginning of the great work we can and will do in Africa.