“We started using Reviewshake around 3 years ago to replace our old provider, Grade US. We wanted a solution that was more cost-effective with all the same features. Reviewshake gave us this and more.”
Eric DFounder & CEO, Small Business
1000+ COMPANIES TRUST REVIEWSHAKE
Reviewshake vs ProveSource
Let’s see how Reviewshake compares to ProveSource.
From my testing, both platforms offer good features that can help your business grow through reviews. However, they have different focuses. ProveSource focuses on gaining customers through social proof to boost conversion. In contrast, Reviewshake focuses on being a comprehensive review management platform.
ProveSource is a great platform for what it does, but it doesn't offer as many features as Reviewshake. If you’re looking for a platform that automatically manages, generates, analyzes, and markets reviews all in one place, Reviewshake is the ideal platform for you.
Reviewshake and ProveSource offer different features in their plans, so their pricing structures are very different. ProveSource’s plans are based on the number of visitors to your site per month. It offers a free plan for up to 1,000 visitors, and its paid plans start from $18 per month for up to 10,000 visitors and go up from there.
When you surpass the number of visitors for your plan, ProveSource will stop showing notifications to your visitors until the next month or until you upgrade.
Reviewshake offers plans suitable for a range of businesses — from small businesses to enterprises and agencies. You can get started with Reviewshake for as little as $31 per month.
ProveSource itself doesn't help generate reviews for you. It integrates review sources and showcases them on your website through notifications.
On the other hand, Reviewshake offers a simple solution to generate text and video reviews. It also uses drip campaigns to automatically remind customers who haven’t left a review to help improve your ratings on Google and Facebook.
Reviewshake manages reviews from 85+ websites. It also segments your positive and negative reviews so you can pinpoint the area you need to improve on. With Reviewshake, you can also reply to reviews on Google and Facebook directly from the platform, so it’s easy to manage them in one space.
ProveSource doesn't offer this feature. It simply showcases the reviews you have gained through popular reviewing sources on your website. So you have to implement your own strategies to generate and manage reviews.
Reviewshake creates reports that look at your business locations or competitors side-by-side. This way, you can easily see where you’re lacking in specific locations or compare to your competitors, so you don’t need to waste time creating reports. You can get straight down to fixing the problem at hand.
ProveSource also offers an analysis tool. It analyzes your engagement with notifications showing your number of visitors, engaged visitors, impressions, hovers, and clicks.
Unfortunately, unlike Reviewshake, ProveSource doesn't create reports comparing your business locations or competitors.
Marketing is ProveSource’s strong point. It aims to increase conversion by using social proof. It displays customer activity and reviews on your website. It shows notifications such as how many customers have bought particular items and positive reviews from popular review sites like Google and Facebook.
Reviewshake also has strong marketing tools. Similarly, it uses social proof to gain leads. It automatically shares your positive reviews on social media and also showcases your top reviews on your company’s landing page.
Reviewshake and ProveSource both aim to boost conversion using social proof. However, they have different methods of doing this. Reviewshake offers a comprehensive reputation management solution. It allows you to generate text and video reviews, and you can easily manage your reviews through its easy-to-use dashboard. Reviewshake also markets your reviews automatically and creates detailed reports.
ProveSource also successfully uses social proof to boost your engagement and conversion, but it doesn&aspo;t offer the same amount of features as Reviewshake.
- In-depth tutorials to help you understand features
- Can generate text and video reviews
- Monitors, markets, and analyzes customer
- Affordable plans
- A lot of tools that require learning for beginners in reputation management
In-depth tutorials to help you understand features
A lot of tools that require learning for beginners in reputation management
Can generate text and video reviews
Monitors, markets, and analyzes customer
- Great for marketing through social proof
- Easy integration
- Affordable plans
- Can't communicate directly with customers
- Doesn't help you generate and monitor reviews
Great for marketing through social proof
Can't communicate directly with customers
Doesn't help you generate and monitor reviews
More features, less price
Plans starting from
Plans starting from
Free plans for businesses with <1,000 visitors
Reviewshake vs. ProveSource
Segment positive and negative feedback to pre-empt negative reviews
Multiple spaces in one account
Drip campaigns to automatically remind customers who haven't left a review
User accounts for staff access
Ability to respond to reviews for Google and Facebook
100% white label platform to sell to clients
White label dashboard with your own brand and custom domain
Inbox to let you communicate with customers via two-way SMS
Fully fledged API for programmatic management
Get notifications for new reviews
Customer complaint tracking
Generates reviews from 85+ websites
Filter customers to re-engage those likely to return
Personalized sender email address and templates
Customer timeline to give you an overview of events for each customer
Measure performance throughout the funnel with tracking
Show star ratings in Google search results
Show off your latest reviews to your website
Add a review generation snippet to your email signature
Automatically share positive reviews to social media
Enable SEO-friendly rich-snippet to show stars in search results
Advanced reporting across 85+ review sites
Compare side-by-side to competitors
Compare side-by-side per-location reports for large businesses
Track star ratings, review count, invitations and sentiment over time
Send scheduled white label performance reports to clients
Analyze reviewer clicks, click-throughs and conversions
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