<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/DNibujxq2Ws” title=”YouTube video player” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen></iframe> hey there this is Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios and today i want to talk to you about the proper way to put reviews on your website i see a lot of people just writing out the reviews and text and putting it on their website with a person’s name on it this is not the right way to do reviews the problem is anybody can just make up a review there’s no actual verification behind it so the way to put reviews on your website is to take a screenshot a snippet of the actual review from google from Facebook from yelp anywhere that you have it online take that snap that snapshot that snippet of it as an image and then title the image review by jane smith of my company’s name and then upload that into a slider so you can have them sliding on your website so they can see all the reviews they can see all of your google reviews all your yelp reviews all your Facebook groups all in one place that’s the best way to do it and I’ve heard some people say some other web developers say oh well wouldn’t you want the the actual text to be indexed properly on your website why would you want an image well no actually the the text has been already indexed on google and on Facebook and on yelp so that’s duplicate content we don’t want that actually what we want to do is we want to have images so that it’s an actual screenshot of what the customer actually wrote with their name on it that’s proof that you actually got the testimonial so this is Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios if you have any questions about this technique you can find me online just type in web design billings we’re the number one result you can type in web design Henderson we have the number one result you can type in web design Havasu those are the three cities that we’re in we’re number one in all three so Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios follow along for more tips like this one