Should we always trust 5-star reviews? The answer is more than clear
Whenever I see multiple, 5-star reviews, I’m suspicious. The same goes for websites with positive reviews from unknown third-party providers (not Google, Facebook, TripAdvisor, etc.) or websites with “John Doe” and “Jane Doe” reviews. (By the way, our other website seogalway.com uses these popular techniques)
There is a Scottish proverb that says “Do not judge by appearances. A rich heart may be under a poor coat.”
I like it a lot, but when I look for a service or product my judgment always begins with appearances. For example, if you offer an SEO service, I will check how your own website is doing. I will never take advice or buy a service from someone who doesn’t apply it on their own website.
Nowadays, it is very trendy for everyone to write about Core Web Vitals. The posts are usually more or less the same, full of new terms, but they repeat what the official statement says. Here you can see a brief and slightly different opinion.
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