Google Reviews Examples

Check reviews examples to reveal the full potential of the widget. Make sure it will suit your any goals.

Example 1: Review Request

Here the reviews are build into a spacious widget in original Google colors, with an informative header. The header shows overall rating of the page and a count of reviewers with the photos of the latest ones, which are clickable. The review-request button offers to leave a fresh review, with the Yes part colored blue to attract clicks.

Example 2: List

Our widget allows you to embed reviews into a page as a clean list. If you switch the header off and apply Auto width and height dimensions, like in this example, the widget will automatically fit into the available space on the page and will look native. You can also use filters to fix the number of reviews, display only those having positive rating, or conceal certain reviews by keywords.

Example 3: Masonry

As you can see here, a grid of reviews is displayed as Masonry structure, which puts reviews in the best possible order on the bases of their height value. The custom choice of colors made the widget look absolutely unique. The star rating of the reviews is here to show high appraisal by clients.

Example 4: Grid

The combination of Grid layout and Spotlight review template brings a refined clear appearance of the widget. Straight lines and center aligned texts attract viewers’ attention. Clean geometry of Grid layout may as well work with all other review template – the interface elements were designed to be fully adaptable.

Example 5: Carousel

This widget in Slider layout showcases the reviews in a active carousel with autoplay. This is a optimal variant, for example, for the main page of a site. Slider layout offers navigation controls: arrow, drag, or pagination. And you can choose how many reviews will appear on each slide.

Example 6: Slider

Your reviews displayed by one will accentuate attention of users. In this use-case Spotlight template dictates the arrangement of the elements: the author’s picture and rating are above the review text with all elements are center aligned. Other reviews can be seen by dragging or clicking arrows.

Example 7: Sidebar

Take a look at this example of how you can add a reviews widget into a website with very tight space. In Sidebar layout, the widget has no extra elements, only the essential parts and due to responsive parameters, it’s moderate in size yet saves all the functionality.

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