This will be a short tutorial on creating a review for a facebook business page on a desktop/laptop computer (I will also give the info for the current mobile app as well). Once I go over the HOW TO portion, I will give 3 main components of an effective review if you don’t think that you know WHAT to say…
For the example today, I am going to use the Central Baptist Church: Cincinnati page.
Now, facebook changes their pages often, but this is the most accurate today, and even if the placement changes a little; you should still be able to use this info to finish the review.
- Find the facebook page you are looking to review. For today we are going to go to facebook.com/centralbccincy
(on mobile, click on the facebook app, click search on top of page, type in business name –Central Baptist Church Cincinnati)
- If you do not already like the page, click the thumbs up and like the page now (same on desktop or mobile app)
- On the left hand side column click on reviews
(on Mobile, it is on the tabs that swipe left and right towards middle of the screen – list includes: Home Posts About Photos Videos Events Reviews, etc…)
** You will have to be logged in to the site to be able to
- GO to the “tell people what you think section” which will pop up
- CLICK ON ALL 5 STARS (or whatever you really think the page deserves)
- Type a description of what you think. Reviews have to be at least 50 characters long, but that doesn’t take long at all. The best review have 3 main components
- Short – PEOPLE HAVE AN 8 Second attention span, goldfish have 9…
- Specific – stay focused on the one thing you enjoyed the best (even if you love EVERYTHING, it doesn’t sound as authentic as if you name one specific thing
- Personal – make sure it is honest and what made you feel emotion
- Select who you want to see the review (public, friends of friends, friends, etc) Public is best for the page, but if you have security concerns, that is totally understandable
- Click DONE!
Thanks for the review, it helps increase the visibility of the page you reviewed.
Any questions, reply in the section below or email me direct at email@example.com