How to display Google Reviews & Badges in WordPress (Gutenberg) — Grid, Carousel, Sliders, Metro

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How to display Google Reviews & Badges in WordPress (Gutenberg) — Grid, Carousel, Sliders, Metro

by | Aug 16, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

Learn how to display Google Review for Business, Places or Badges in Grid, Carousel, Slider or Metro Layout in WordPress using the Plus Addons for Gutenberg. This Gutenberg Addon makes it easier to show Google Review for any business ID using the official Google review API.

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Google Review helps in building trust and credibility among your users, it helps to boost conversions. This powerful Google Review plugin makes it easier for you to show it directly on your WordPress website.

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Timestamps 🕐

0:00 Overview
1:23 Required Plugins
3:16 Generating Access Token
6:11 Layout for Google Reviews
7:11 Adding Custom Review Content
8:59 Removing negative Reviews
9:28 Remove specific Reviews
10:23 Filters for Google Review
11:16 Load More Options for Reviews
11:34 Refresh Time Explained
12:04 Text Limit Content
12:57 Performance Options for Google Reviews
14:00 Style Options for Reviews
15:56 Creating Google Review Badges
18:52 End Notes

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