Displaying Your Tripadvisor Rating and Latest Reviews on Your Site
Studies show that travelers want to see feedback from other travelers before they make booking decisions. That's one reason why businesses around the world choose to enhance their websites with free Tripadvisor widgets.
What is a Tripadvisor widget?
A widget is a small snippet of code provided by Tripadvisor that can be installed within any HTML-based web page. They can bring Tripadvisor content – like recent reviews or your overall rating to your website – and they update automatically. Other widgets encourage travelers to write reviews or link to your listing on Tripadvisor.
There are two categories of widgets available to you for free through Tripadvisor: widgets for businesses and widgets for destinations. To find out what content is free for you, go to your Widget Center.
Widgets for Businesses
- Awards & Praise: Has your business received rave reviews or have you earned a Tripadvisor recognition? These widgets help you spread the news
- Display Reviews: Show off your rating, snippets of recent reviews and more
- Collect Reviews: Drive more reviews with a quick link for visitors to write a review on Tripadvisor, or encourage them to write a review without ever leaving your site
Widgets for Destinations
- Social Media Button: Add this button next to your Facebook & Twitter icons so visitors are just a click away from reading your reviews
- Read Reviews: Put visitors a click away from your destination’s reviews, photos and more
How do I get a widget?
Head to www.tripadvisor.com/Widgets and enter your business or destination name. Your personalized widgets are just a few clicks away!
If your widget isn’t working, check these troubleshooting tips for help:
- Make sure that the code was pasted into the source code of your page, not the displayable version.
- Make sure that the page you are posting it on contains valid HTML code.
- Check all code to make sure tags (<p>, <a>, etc.) are closed.
- Make sure there are no line breaks in the script tag.
- Make sure that the badge includes a <div> tag followed by a <script> tag.
- Make sure the script tag has the “&lang=” parameter, as this can become corrupted and converted to a left angle bracket.
Get Your Free Widgets
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Last Updated: 14 December 2017