This article will show you how to add Amazon reviews to your website. Here’s a Live demo: https://testimonialto.webflow.io/amazon
Option 1: Import Amazon reviews within Testimonial
Step 1. After registering, visit the dashboard and click on + Create a new space.
Step 2. After clicking, you will see the Create a new space popup modal.
To learn more about all the settings and features below, you can visit the Get started collection in our help center.
Step 3. Now that your space is ready, click on ‘Other reviews’ under integrations followed by clicking on ‘Amazon’.
Step 4. Within that popup, enter the link to the Amazon review you would like to import.
Step 5. Now, this step can help you save a bunch of time!
You can decide to import five-star reviews only as well as automatically add them to your Wall of Love. Your Wall of Love is one of the embed codes you can add to your website.
Here’s a short demo video that will show how to import your Amazon reviews 👇
Option 2: Import Amazon reviews with our browser extension
Step 1. Install the Testimonial browser extension. It is available on all chromium browsers such as Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi, Microsoft Edge, etc.
Step 2. Head to the Amazon reviews you’d like to add to your website or Wall of Love. Do a right-click followed by clicking on ‘Save text’.
Step 3. Add all the information that you would like to add to your testimonial.
Tip: Under ‘Select Spaces’ make sure to click the space it should be added to. You can also automatically add it to your wall of love by clicking on ‘Add to my Wall of Love’.
Step 4. That’s it! All your reviews will be added to your Testimonial account 💪
Option 3: Bulk Import Amazon reviews
Step 1. Find your product on Amazon, scroll to the review section, select the 5-star option, and grab the link. This will help you export 5-star reviews only.
Step 2. Visit ExportComments.com/export-amazon-reviews to export 100 reviews for free
Step 3. Download the file, and make sure to remove the first rows of data.
Step 4. Visit your testimonial space and import the CSV file downloaded.
Here's a video showing you all the steps mentioned above 👇