People on the Internet can be ruthless. I should know—someone once referred to me as “Miss Piggy” in the YouTube comment’s section. Whatever. That pig’s got killer style.
Unfortunately, negative comments and reviews about your business can do more than just hurt your pride—they can hurt your bottom line. So if you’re looking to remove reviews from Facebook, we’ll show you how it’s done. Be warned that you have to remove the entire review section in order to do this; you can’t simply remove only the bad reviews. But first, I urge you to read my work wife’s blog post, “Should You Remove Facebook Reviews?”
Step-By-Step How To Remove the Reviews Section From Your Business’s Facebook Page
Step 1: Log into Facebook and make sure you’re using the platform as your page (not your personal account). You can switch between pages using the white arrow in the upper right hand corner:
Step 2: Once you’re using Facebook as the correct page, click the “Settings” option located above your cover photo:
Step 3: Now that you’re in the Settings menu choose the “Page Info” option from the left hand sidebar:
Step 4: From here, select the “Edit” option on the right hand side in the address field:
Step 5: Below the map, you’ll see a check box that says “Show map, check-ins and star ratings on the Page.” Un-check that box and click “Save Changes.”
Need Help with Facebook Marketing for Your Business?
With an estimated 900 million unique monthly users, Facebook remains the most popular social networking site in 2014. With that being said, it’s pretty obvious that most businesses can benefit from having an active presence on Facebook.
If you’ve got a business to run, chances are you don’t have a lot of time for “the book.” Blue Corona can help. Contact us today and we’ll help you create a Facebook content sharing calendar and/or Facebook paid advertising campaign. And as always, we’ll provide you with detailed tracking and reporting to ensure you get the most return on your marketing dollars.
About The Author: Lexie serves as Blue Corona's Content Marketing Manager. She's also the author of our soon-to-be famous, and someday to be written white paper, "Horse Hat SEO: Giddy-Up Your Google Rankings."
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