How to Add Google Reviews to WordPress (2020)

How to Add Google Reviews to WordPress (2020)

Hey guys, this is Victoria from Elfsight In this guide I’m going to show you how to add Google Reviews to your website. It’s only going to take 2 minutes and you don’t need any specific skills to do it. First of all, let’s go to and choose the Google Reviews widget in the menu list. Click Create widget. You can find the direct link in the video description. So, let’s create your widget. Begin by choosing a template that suits your case best. Click Continue with this template. To display your Google reviews on website, enter your business name and address: city, street, ZIP code, place, and click “Apply”. That’s it, your widget is ready. Also, you can check the setting tabs to adjust layout, size, colors and fonts. Click Join to install to add the widget to your website. Log in or Sign up to Elfsight Apps. This is free, no credit card required. After you sign up, you’ll see the widget that you have just created. Click Save. The next step is to choose your Subscription plan. You’re very welcome to start with Lite. But keep in mind that your 20% discount is valid only for 24 hours. Click on the code to copy it and go to your website’s admin panel. You can display the widget on any page. Let’s take a look at the most popular usecase – adding your widget on the Homepage. After you’ve logged in, go to Pages and select Homepage. Add a custom HTML block to the required part of the page. Paste your widget’s code in this block. Click Update. Go to the page to check your widget. This is how easy it is! But, if anything goes wrong at any stage, message us at [email protected] Also, we’ve got tons of cool and exciting widgets and you’re very welcome to try them out for free. Just click the link in the description. Thank you for watching this video. Enjoy your day!

8 thoughts on “How to Add Google Reviews to WordPress (2020)

  1. We hope this video will help you embed Google Reviews plugin in your WordPress website. If you still have questions left, ask away in the comments, and we'll be happy to answer!

  2. i just did the same as you did for my wordpress website but i just have an url link now on my website, when i click on it i go to a page where i just see a lot of code…

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