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Handling Negative Customer Reviews – Tip #1: Do Not Remove Them


Apr 17, 2014

Most businesses now understand the power and effect that their online presence has on their success.  Clearly, a business that suffers from a poor online reputation will find it far more difficult to achieve success than a business with a positive reputation.

With that in mind, one of the first things that comes to mind when businesses see a negative customer review about their product or their company online is to try to hide it or even delete it.  This impulse particularly happens when a negative customer review appears on the company’s website – after all, they can control this content.

But, as today’s article points out, deleting a poor customer review is not the best response that businesses can make.  Deleting negative reviews may in fact worsen a company’s reputation, as it can show that the company has something to hide or that it doesn’t believe in freedom of speech.

Read more in today’s article on how to respond better to customer reviews and just how important they are to a business’ marketing success.

Raphael Thurber

Raphael Thurber

Content Production Director

Raphael serves as the Content Production Director for Reputation.ca. Raphael oversees the company's writing staff, assuring that content is delivered accurately and with the highest level of quality. A College of William and Mary graduate, he enjoys reading and playing tennis in his free time.




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