Upon checking out of the hotel the guest receives (an automated) email or SMS from the hotel Manager asking them about their stay.
Details of guests checking out can be imported into ReviewFilter individually, in batches using a .csv file, or via an API call from your Property Management Software.
ReviewFilter can be optionally configured to send a reminder email after a set number of days if the guest does not respond to the first email.
When the guest clicks the link in the email it will take them to a mobile responsive webpage where the can rate their stay (one to five stars) and give their feedback in their own words.
As oppose to long winded hotel surveys we do not ask multiple questions or make the guest jump through hoops. We let them get straight to the point. Just like they would do in a review.
Out tests show that this gives us very high conversation rates when compared to traditional hotel surveys.
If the guests feedback is positive they will be asked to publish their feedback on Tripadvisor, Yelp, Google or any other review site that you have enabled.
From within ReviewFilter you can easily enable or disable which review sites you want to push positive reviews to. Maybe your hotel is doing really well on Tripadvisor but you've had a couple of bad reviews on Facebook. No problem, just enable Facebook and disable the other review sites to push all your positive reviews there.
If the feedback is negative the guest does not get the option to publish their review. Instead they are told that their comments have been forwarded to the manager/owner and that they will be in contact.
This buys the hotel some time to open dialogue with the guest and to try and resolve the complaint BEFORE the guests decides to vent their dissatisfaction on sites like Tripadvisor!
With neutral feedback (3 stars) the guest is just thanked for their feedback - they are not told anybody will get in contact with them
The guest feedback database is the heart of ReviewFilter. It lists all of your hotels feedback in a structured format that can be queried, sorted and acted upon.
Keep track and be immediately notified of incoming feedback. You can read and respond to feedback directly from within ReviewFilter. All feedback responded to is date stamped so your team knows that a guest complaint has been dealt with.
Want to target only satisfied guests with a targeted add campaign? No problem, just export a segmented list of all your 5 star guests to use with AdWords, Facebook or email marketing.
From the Dashboard you can see at a glance how your hotel is doing based on its internal guest feedback.
Chart your historic and current review trends. Track guest satisfaction and monitor your hotels review score.
View your conversion rates, review requests and completed reviews.
The Reputation Tracker module will alert you when a new review is posted on over 20 different OTA and review sites.
Save time by not having to visit multiple OTA and review sites to keep track of what guests are publicly saying about your hotel.
View management responses or forward a review to the relevant department to respond to.
Keep track of how your hotel is doing across over 20 different OTA and review sites.
View month on month performance, management response ratios and trending topics being mentioned by your guests in their public reviews.
See how your hotels reputation is doing on individual third party OTA sites such as Booking.com, Expedia, Tripadvisor, Agoda and many more.
Our advanced sentiment analysis identifies positive and negative terms that will effect your rank or rating on that particular site.
Use this insight to tweak your product or service and increase your ranking.
Tweet your 5 star reviews! Any feedback worth shouting about can be tweeted using our social share feature. Review text is converted into an image to get past Twitters character limit.
Want to display a curated list of reviews on your hotels website? Just install our Wordpress widget and publish selected reviews to your website with a click of a button from within ReviewFilter.
Want to include a QR-code on your stationary or bar receipt? Or how about a branded URL such as https://howdidwe.do/hotel_name
These are just a couple of extra ways you can use to get guest feedback.