Find and explore categories

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Discover and compare similar businesses with Trustpilot's comprehensive list of business categories!

Whether you're looking for a new hair salon, hardware store, or hotel — we've got you covered, with Categories. Businesses on Trustpilot can choose to be in specific categories that describe their main industries, products, or services. And if a business hasn't selected any categories themselves, we automatically place them within a category that we believe best represents what they offer.

Find and explore a category

Whether you want to find a specific business within a category, compare them, or browse them all, Trustpilot provides a list for you to explore.

  1. Go to Trustpilot.com. You'll see a selection of categories featured on the page. To see them all, click View all or click Categories at the top right.

  1. On the next page, you can search for a category. You can also browse the list displayed, which features all available categories. Click the category you want to explore.

  1. The results are sorted by Most Relevant. You can change the sort to Highest number of reviews or Most recent reviews.

    Further down the results, you can also see Popular searches and Recently reviewed companies.

  1. You can filter the results further by Rating or Location. Under Company status, you can choose to filter by businesses that are claimed or verified

    You can also filter the category down further into Subcategories. There is also an option to see Related categories.

Most relevant

Sorting by relevance shows all businesses that are "best" in a category, ordered by TrustScore and review count. To be eligible:

  • The business must have collected at least 25 reviews in the past 12 months.
  • The business must have the 'Asks for reviews' status label.

These requirements ensure that the best businesses in a category actively promote trust and transparency by continuously asking for feedback from their customers.

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