There are many ways to display reviews on your website, but no matter how you choose to display them, they should be on your website readily available to your customers.


92% of customers consult Google reviews before making a purchase decision. When customers are thinking about buying something, they don’t turn to advertisements. They turn to other customers.” –


6 reasons to Include Reviews on Your Website:

  • You Can Build Trust With Customers
  •  You’ll Be Able to Establish Credibility
  • Reviews Help With Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Many Reviews Include Valuable Details and Descriptions
  • Reviews Can Help To Increase Conversions by 350%*

*According to Spiegel Research Center


We Suggest A Google Review widget:

A review widget gives you the added benefit of the reviews updating automatically, so no more copying testimonials onto your website every time you get a new review…

We find ElfSight have a wide range of different widgets depending on how many reviews you have, where your reviews are located and how many website visitors you get per month.

You have to pay for these widgets and will be billed monthly / annually.

You can choose whether the reviews are laid out as testimonial sliders, or a floating widget in the corner of your website, there are lots of styling options to design the widget to fit your website theme.

eg. (these are examples of the layouts from ‘all in one reviews’)


There is a simple widget called Google Reviews,

Which only displays reviews from your Google My Business page,

however, this is limited to 200 website visitors a month.


There is also a widget called ‘All in one reviews

This brings reviews from Google, Facebook, etc all into one widget – So this is dependent on if you have reviews on websites other than Google.

It has a limit of 5000 website visitors a month.


This widget displays reviews from up to 28 review sources.

From Google, Facebook, Trust Pilot, Etsy, eBay, TripAdvisor and more.

This widget will be useful to you if your website has reviews in more than one place or scattered across multiple different sources.

(we have this on our website in the bottom left corner of the screen if you’d like to view an example, bear in mind we have reviews on Facebook which it isn’t counting towards the ‘total reviews’ number because of a bug on Facebook, but it does still display the written reviews)

Once you purchase one widget from ElfSight there will be instructions on how to install the code on your website.

If you need help with website design or your online presence, contact us for SEO and Web Design.

Alice Baker, Digital Marketing Executive, Sierra Six Media.