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Getting started with EmbedReviews
Getting started with EmbedReviews

Step by step tutorial on how to get started with EmbedReviews, setting up your account and displaying the widget on your website.

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Written by Laze Trajkov
Updated over a week ago

Looking to embed your Google reviews on your website? In this tutorial, we will show you how to do just that, to showcase your Google reviews, so let's get started!

If you still don't have an EmbedReviews account, click to start a 7-day trial.

In order to set up your account you will need to log in to your account.

Once you are logged in, follow the steps below:

Connecting the Google account that is managing the Google locations

1. First, you will need to go to the "Sources" tab and click on the 'Add Source' button at the top right corner:

Navigating to the sources tab and clicking add new source

2. Then, you can choose 'Google' as a source, for example:

Selecting Google as a source

3. After that click on the "Connect Google account" and log in with the Google account that manages the specific GMB location from which you would like to pull the reviews:

Connecting the Google account

Or if you are already logged in with the Google account that is managing the locations, you just need to follow step 4.

4. Next choose the Google location you want to generate reviews from and click on the 'Next' button:

Selecting the desired location and clicking next

That's it!

Your Google reviews will be generated in your EmbedSocial account!

And you can easily display them on your website by just copy/paste the generated code by clicking in the widget editor left-hand settings panel, clicking the 'Embed' tab, and clicking 'Copy code':

Copying the widget code

For a more detailed walkthrough, watch the video below:

Embed reviews in web builders

Embed reviews in eCommerce platforms

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