Get Google Reviews | Amazing Link & QR Code Generator

Written by Jason Nesbitt Topics: Business

Want to Get More Google Reviews?

Google Reviews are very important. As soon as anyone Googles your business, they will see a box appear with your reviews.

It is quite challenging to get these reviews.

If you ask someone to review you, they need to get on to the Internet, Google your business, click on Reviews, click on add review…AKA way too many clicks!

It can also be a bit embarrassing to ask someone to do you a favour and review you, especially if it’s a stranger!

The easiest, and fastest, way to get Google Reviews: A QR code or link that takes people to instantly leave a review.

That is what I have created. Click below now to make your business’s own Google Review QR code and link.

Simply search for your business, and you’ll get your QR code and link generated for you.

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We are all very familiar with QR codes these days. Everyone sees a QR code and knows that they can use their phone camera to scan that code.

That is exactly how this tool works: It creates a QR code and link that you can share with people to be taken instantly to leave that business boosting 5-star review.

You may have noticed that a website link is also generated (as well as the QR code).

This is SUPER useful as you can paste the link on Social Media and put it in emails / newsletters. When people click it, again, they will be taken straight to leave you an excellent review.

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If you want the simplest way to get Google reviews, then definitely try it out right now (it takes 10 seconds!).

Where can the Get Google Reviews QR Code be used?

You can use it in person: On a sticker, on a poster, on your staff’s forehead…anywhere.

Below is an example of what a ‘strut card’ would look like (turns out that’s what these useful little cards are called):

Get Google Reviews QR Code poster

What are you waiting for?

Create your QR code, put it in your cafe / business / shop / restaurant / office and wait for those incredible reviews to roll in.

Or, include the link on social media / newsletters / emails / your website to let people give you honest reviews and feedback in 1 click.

As always, please comment or get in touch if you have any feedback or need any help with your website or technology.

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News Feed Eradicator for LinkedIn – No More Distractions!

Written by Jason Nesbitt Topics: Self Improvement, Business News Feed Eradicator

News Feed Eradicator for LinkedIn – The Distraction Saviour

I have been a massive fan of the News Feed Eradicator for Facebook for quite some time.

I loved being able to nip on to Facebook…send my little insignificant post that will change the world and then get back on to the important work that makes me happier and makes my life better. OK, there is a tiny distraction on that Facebook extension – an inspirational quote. Not something I would call a distraction though!

I first heard about the the Facebook News Feed Eradicator on Tim Ferriss’ awesome podcast. I’ve already recommended you check that beauty out. But here is a link to the exact episode that makes the life changing recommendation.

This article would be fairly useless if it didn’t link to the News Feed Eradicator Chrome Extension now wouldn’t it?


Click here now, now…now to check it out, download it and give it a pleasant review.


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Guide to Starting a Successful Business as a Coderpreneur

Written by Vanessa Holwell Topics: Self Improvement

A coderpreneur is a person who works as a freelance coder or owns a coding business. Coderpreneurs may write code to bring other business owners’ projects to life or design and market their own software.

Why Every Business Needs a Coder

People used to think of coders as employees who only worked for technology firms. However, according to industry experts, coding is one of the most important skills for any business. Coders help protect companies from cyberattacks, develop internal software applications for employees to communicate and collaborate, improve company website performance, and increase the efficiency of business software.

How to Handle Administrative Tasks

Before you can start running your business, you first need to square away some administrative tasks. Decide how you want to organize your operation and then complete the legal steps to make it happen. Register your business name, open a business bank account and make sure you have any licenses or permits required in your location.

How to Market Your Business

Marketing is one of the most essential activities for any business, but it is particularly important for new companies trying to break into the industry. Start by doing market analysis to determine who your target market is, what they want, and who else is competing with you to provide it. Then, start establishing your brand as the go-to source for your target customers’ coding needs. Put together a portfolio that shows off the work you have done. Your portfolio can include student projects, hobby projects, volunteer or intern work, or projects you specifically completed for your portfolio.

Social media marketing is a good way to get started because the cost of entry is low, and the potential reach is high. However, it can be difficult to stay on top of all your social media content as a small business owner. Social media managers are experts at running campaigns. How much do social media managers make? You can recruit these professionals on a variety of online platforms for about $14 to $35 per hour, though social media managers with more expertise may command a higher rate.

How to Get Your First Client

One of the best ways to secure your first client is to do some networking. Attend conferences or industry trade shows. Tell your friends, family, former employers and co-workers, and other professional contacts about your new business. Chances are, at least one of them may know somebody who needs a coder. Talk to them about challenges they are facing with their business or job and pitch them a solution. 

Start a blog on your company website and provide the type of information someone who may need your services may be searching for. Post ads on relevant forums, job boards, and freelancing sites, but take care to learn the rules and don’t spam forums that don’t allow promotional content. 

How to Manage Your Projects

Once you have multiple clients, you need to be able to manage the different projects you are working on. Project management software or an online account management service can be useful. 

Coding is an in-demand service that any business can benefit from. If you have an aptitude for writing code and prefer the freedom and flexibility of working for yourself, becoming a coderpreneur may be the perfect fit for you.

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How Much Coding Should Designers Know?

Written by Irina Papuc Topics: Learn to Code

Many designers think each discipline should mind their own business, while others see no problem in professionals wearing multiple hats. Many developers see designers who code as a threat, while others see it as a facilitator. This is a hotly debated subject, and although I think some great designers are also superb at coding, I will always defend that the more you focus on a particular area the best you will be at it. But this shouldn’t be a reason for you to miss out on the benefits of having another skill under your belt.

Learn to Code

Learn how to code and make yourself a great asset to any multi-disciplinary team.

As a designer who has gone as far to set up Linux servers and program back-end, I see no question that understanding ‘the basics’ of coding would benefit any designer. The question really is, how much coding should designers learn? At what point might designers be wasting their time, or really stepping over the line into the territory of developers?

In order to provide some insight into the potential benefits of learning to code, I’ve broken the different levels of coding knowledge down into degrees of usefulness.


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An Interview with a Successful Developer: Lifestyle, Taxes, and Node.JS

Written by Irina Papuc Topics: Learn to Code, Business, Self Improvement

At Toptal, we’re always looking for the best freelancers around. But what makes a freelancer truly great? Luis Martinho, one of our top developers, is beloved by his clients — so we sat down with him to talk about freelancing, technologies like freelance Node.js and HTML5, and paying your taxes.

So, to start, how did you get into freelancing? Have you ever worked a full-time job?

“I had worked a couple of full-time jobs: some of them were relatively corporate, but the most recent was in a startup environment, specifically in the enterprise SaaS space, building sexy management software in the cloud. We had a very talented team and a very ambitious vision. After four years of growth, we had an exciting product in an exciting space, which was great, but I wasn’t very happy. I needed a lifestyle change. When we started, I personally did not understand how hard it was to “start up”. It’s not just the hours, because you work long hours in all sorts of environments and projects; it’s the stress, the responsibility, and the pains associated with creating something new. It’s not all flowers and rainbows. In the end, I decided that I wasn’t co-founder material (at least, not at the time). But the experience gave me a much deeper understanding of the kind of pressure faced by startup founders, and I know that I’ve become a better freelance software developer because of that.

Freelancing looked more and more like the life I wanted: it presented an opportunity to find interesting clients and projects while being rewarded for quality work.

I started looking for regular jobs: first in my hometown, then in the rest of the country, then in the rest of Europe. I managed to find some interesting projects, some interesting compensation packages, and some interesting locations; but I believed that I could have it all. So I began to look into freelancing. And as I kept looking, freelancing looked more and more like the life I wanted: it presented an opportunity to find interesting clients and projects while being rewarded for quality work.”


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