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Sharing your Trustpilot profile is one of the best ways to get more reviews. After all, what’s the point in having a profile if people don’t know it’s there?

Your Trustpilot profile is the entry point into a virtuous circle that improves experiences for both you and your customers. Your profile increases visibility on the platform. Being seen leads you to gather more reviews from customers. And when you have more reviews, potential customers find it easier to trust – and buy from – your brand.

Social media

Most businesses these days have some kind of presence on social media. It’s actually becoming rare to find one that doesn’t!

When you use your social media page to share your Trustpilot profile and invite your customers to review your business, you show the world that you’re open to feedback and you have nothing to hide.

This builds trust with potential customers... and encourages them to become actual customers when they visit your Trustpilot profile, read your reviews, and see what your current customers have to say about you.

Sharing specific reviews

To share a specific review:

  1. Log in to your Trustpilot Business account.
  2. Select Service Reviews from the left side of the page.
  3. Find the review that you want to share. On the review, select the Share button, then select the social network where you'd like to share your review.

You can share your reviews on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn. And don't forget to use our Image Generator to style your review and really make it stand out.


When you claim your profile on Trustpilot, you gain access to our library of widgets, known as TrustBoxes. Put a TrustBox at a strategic point on your company website to show visitors your TrustScore and the number of reviews you have. Some subscribers can access TrustBoxes that display reviews.

A TrustBox tells the world that you care about what your customers think, and shows that you have nothing to hide. And that could convince a potential customer to choose you over a competitor.

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