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Can I Display Google Reviews on My Website?

Yes! There are a few different ways in which you can leverage your Google reviews to add trust and credibility to your website. 

Displaying Google Review Count

One option is to replace your on-site review count with your Google review count. If you have more reviews on your Google My Business profile than on your website, this is a great way to utilize those reviews to your advantage.

This review count appears in several places across your site, including the homepage quote form (shown below), the footer, and more.


If you have Google profiles for multiple locations, we can even set the review count to pull from the closest location to your website visitor. A visitor from North Carolina, for instance, could see the number of Google reviews from your NC location while a visitor from California could see the number of Google reviews from your CA location.

The Google review count will update automatically every 2 hours.

Displaying Google Reviews in Other Ways

If you would like to feature a particular Google review or display another design element related to Google reviews, this can be done on an individual basis.

For example, we've added a Google review icon to the homepage of the company below, along with other third-party reviews.


Custom additions like this require input from our designers and developers. Please contact your Spectrum Client Manager or fill out a help ticket.

Leveraging Google reviews is a great way to build trust, but we always encourage clients to use on-site reviews as well! With on-site reviews through the LISA admin, you have complete control over publishing reviews, responding to them, sending automated thank you emails, and more.

Start with these resources to explore reviews in the LISA platform: