Category Archive for "In the News"

Detroit Press: Hyundai to publicly display customers’ dealership reviews

This article was originally posted at:  authored by Karl Henkle Hyundai Motor America says it plans to publicly display customer ratings and reviews – whether good, bad or ugly – for all dealerships through online review site SureCritic in an effort to improve customer satisfaction. About half of Hyundai’s 820 U.S. dealers use the service, which the American arm of the South Korean automaker views as a challenger to J.D. Power & Associates’ annual customer service index. The site allows for near-instant customer-dealership dialogue. “Car owners tell us they have survey fatigue,” said John Krafcik, president and CEO, Hyundai…

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SureCritic contributes to high TrustScore on Judy’s Book

Judy’s Book, an online community where visitor find reviews and recommendations about local businesses recently launched its TrustScore® for reviews about businesses on it web site.  TrustScore lets site visitors gauge potential reliability of the reviews for each business. SureCritic, through its network, syndicates reviews to Judy’s Book and is pleased to announce that SureCritic reviews on Judy’s Book have been awarded the highest TrustScore available.  Because we verify customer status through the point of sale system, visitors to Judy’s Book who read a SureCritic syndicated review can be sure it was given by an actual customer of that business….

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FenderBender Highlights SureCritic in October 2011 Issue

The October 2011 issue of FenderBender summarizes the problem many Collision Shops, Independent Repair Facilities and Dealerships have with their current online presence.  Learn more about the problem and  how SureCritic has helped  them:     A new online review service brings credibility to customer feedback, helping shop owners improve customer service and protect their reputations.   In fact, only 14 percent of consumers trust advertising, according to a study conducted by National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) University. What they do trust—near unanimously at a whopping 78 percent—is recommendations from their  peers. Read the full story – Reputation through Reviews []

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