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How to include my TripAdvisor star rating in my Hotel ad?

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I have a small hotel and buy Adwords.  I notice that the OTA's (Booking.com, TripAdvisor etc) all add star seller rating with pay per click ads.  Can I add my TripAdvisor rating as well?

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September 2015

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Hi Colin,

 

For your reference, I have pasted a screenshot that clearly explains that Google do not allow reviews from user review website eg: Trip Advisor, Booking.com etc.

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Please note that the reviews must be from credible, third-party sources, and you're responsible for ensuring that you have permission to use the reviews in your ads (if permission is necessary).

 

If you want to show user review & ratings, use Seller Ratings!

 
As a workaround, however, you can show user review ratings with your ads by using Seller Ratings

Seller ratings show a combination of information and reviews next to your AdWords ads (currently on Google search result pages and Google search partners). These reviews and ratings primarily reflect customers' overall consumer experience with these businesses, not their response to particular products.

 
You can read more about it at the below link: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2375474
 
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September 2015

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Thanks so much Ankit for your very thorough answer. I appreciate your time. Cheers, Colin.

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