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Reviews can make or break the first impression you give to potential clients. Depending on where they look—Google, Facebook, Yelp—they might get different sides of the story.
If you have a negative review come in on any of these popular platforms, there are a few things you can do to mitigate the damage and make the best of the situation, including remaining objective and refusing to argue.
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