Is Yotpo premium worth it?

Shopify Partner
30 0 1

So far Yotpot has been great getting customer reviews which have helped with conversion. But to share these reviews on Facebook you must upgrade to the premium package which is $200/m which is a lot just for this feature.  

Has there been a positive ROI with the premium and sharing reviews in Facebook for your store?

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Shopify Staff (Retired)
Shopify Staff (Retired)
79 0 6

Hi Beactive,

Cian here from Shopify. Great question!

As you mentioned, Yotpo Reviews is a popular app and gets great reviews. Every store and Facebook page is different so it's difficult to say how adding these reviews to Facebook would specifically benefit your store. The only way to know for certain would be add this feature for a period of time e.g. a month. This would allow you to do a before and after comparision. Ultimately, it would provide concrete data that would give you a good insight on how the premium package would affect your bottom line.

All the best,

Cian

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Shopify Partner
48 0 10

Hey Beactive,

Check our Loox - Visual Product Reviews - a high quality reviews solution at a much more affordable price point.

Cheers,

Yoni

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Tourist
54 0 3

You can consider using the Shopify's Reviews app which is free:

https://apps.shopify.com/product-reviews

And with the the Shopify's Product Reviews Addon app (https://stamped.io) that provides the additional functionality you need such as Social Push, Facebook & Instagram Ads, collect review Photos, offer incentives coupons and more here:

https://apps.shopify.com/product-reviews-addon

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New Member
6 0 0

I don't know why this is marked as outdated--seems relevant to me!  Perhaps the mysterious Yotpo "premium" price has gone up.  I myself am not keen on having to get a high-pressure sales call just to find out (as reported here).

Any advice on switching from Yotpo to Shopify+Stamped.io smoothly?  I'm concerned about doing it in the wrong order and either losing data or having my site look funky during the process...

For example, does it make the most sense to

1. Disable Yotpo on my store (e.g., remove Yotpo code from my Shopify backend)

2. Install Shopify Reviews and Stamped.io app

3. Import CSV file from Yotpo into Shopify Reviews

4. Customize Reviews/Stamped

Thanks for any advice or words of warning...

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Tourist
54 0 3

Hey Jacki,

Yes that's the correct order, but I'll definitely recommend reaching out to Stamped (hello@stamped.io), as they'll probably be able to help with migration and setup.

 

 

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New Member
6 0 0

Thanks!

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Tourist
33 0 1

I use it..and Kit posts my reviews on fb...and I have the free version.

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