It was almost one year ago when we came up with the idea of creating an online reviews monitoring system for our clients. We built a quick version of the tool and received incredible feedback from doctors. I remember the first time I was asked how much we sold the service for and my only response was, “It’s free!” I guess I had never envisioned charging our clients to access the tool. Even early this year when we opened the tool up for free use by any physician we never thought of charging for the service. Today I came across another site that also offers review tracking (I guess we have started a trend); however, this site charges $49/mo for the service.
Even with 3,000 profiles to monitor, our service is still free and will remain free to help medical professionals keep tabs on their online reputation.
Well anyhow fast forward 11 months and here we are tracking over 3,000 review profiles for doctors who have signed up for the service. Now tracking 3,000 of anything on a weekly basis is no small task especially when you consider those 3,000 profiles are spread across 18 different review sites.
Commemorating our 3,000th profile we decided to compile some statistics on which of those 18 review sites are holding the most reviews/ratings and which sites don’t see much traffic for medical reviews. That post will be coming later as we finish gathering all the necessary data.
To all the doctors who are using our review tracking service, we say thank you!
If you aren’t tracking your reviews yet, you can sign up for free on our Get My Reviews page.