Customers are now being encouraged to leave reviews for every company that they patronize including insurance companies. The reviews will guide others and even the reviewers about the state of a particular company and if they are worth patronizing. However, if you are new to writing reviews for insurance companies, you might want to know how to go about leaving reviews for a company that you have patronized. This article will discuss how to write a good insurance company review. It is worthy of note that the information in this article also applies to write a good review for any company.
The first feedback that you would be expected to leave for a company that you have patronized is an overall rating for the company. The overall rating entails rating them on a scale of 5 stars, on 10 points or in terms of percentage. In most cases, top review sites would also provide you the opportunity to rate them on some sub-factors. The sub-factors could include pricing, quality, and durability of products, delivery, and packaging among others. Some customers would not mind patronizing a company when just one sub-factor is down and others are up. For instance, if an individual who is not on a budget notices that every other factor is 5-star ratings and only the price has a 2-star rating, they might be willing to patronize the company because of their other very positive indices since the price is not an issue for them. For some people who are on a tight budget, they might be willing to patronize a company that has other indices 5-star including price but length of delivery is down. This is especially when they are willing to wait for up to a month to get the product as long as the right product would be delivered and it would be of great quality.
You can share your experience when dropping a review. Your experience could include why you visited the website of the organization, what you saw, how easy it was for you to find what you wanted to buy, how quickly the product was delivered and how happy or sad you are with the delivered product. You can write this in details in the comment box. You could also drop the pros and cons of the product for the benefit of other people.
It is possible to drop your opinion about the organization. If overall you would give them an excellent, very good, good, fair or poor rating. This should be synonymous with the rating you gave them earlier
You may have tips for people who want to patronize a particular company. For instance, you might want those who read insurance reviews to know how they can reduce premium costs when patronizing that particular company.
React to a comment
It is possible to also react to the comment of other people that are in line with what you experienced or that are direct opposites. You could mention how truthful the comment you are reacting to is or how it is shocking considering you experienced and exact opposite.