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Senior High School Reputation Management

In our data study we searched for the key phrase Senior High School in New York City, and then repeated this for the other top 199 most populated cities in the United States. We then analyzed Senior High School Google Business (previously: Google My Business) Profiles to understand the Industry. How many reviews do you need? How many reviews do you need to rank in the top 3 of Google? And much more.

Average Number Of Reviews For All Senior High School Companies

After conducting a thorough analysis of Senior High School Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, it was found that the average number of reviews for all Senior High School companies was 22. This means that most Senior High Schools have received at least 22 reviews on their Google My Business profile. However, it is important to note that there were some schools that had significantly fewer reviews, with 20% of schools having 4 or less reviews. On the other hand, there were also schools that had a much higher number of reviews, with 10% of schools having 100 or more reviews. Overall, the data suggests that while some Senior High Schools have a strong online presence, there is still room for improvement in terms of review and reputation management.

Average Number Of Reviews Of The Senior High School Companies Ranked In The Top 3 Of Google

After conducting a thorough data study on Senior High School Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, it was found that the average number of reviews for companies ranked in the top 3 of Google varied greatly. San Diego had the highest average with 46 reviews, followed closely by Los Angeles and Houston with 45 reviews each. Dallas and San Jose had 31 and 28 reviews respectively, while Philadelphia, Chicago, and Phoenix had 27, 17, and 14 reviews. Surprisingly, New York only had an average of 8 reviews, and San Antonio had the lowest average with only 7 reviews. These findings suggest that there is a significant disparity in the review and reputation management landscape for Senior High School companies across different cities in the United States.

Cities With The Highest Amount Of Senior High School Google Reviews

After conducting a thorough analysis of Senior High School Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, we found that San Bernardino, California had the highest amount of Google reviews with a staggering 1450. Following closely behind were Salt Lake City, Utah with 404 reviews and Columbus, Ohio with 233 reviews. It’s interesting to note that the top three cities with the highest amount of reviews are spread out across the country, indicating that reputation management is a concern for Senior High Schools nationwide. Other cities that made the list include Hialeah, Florida with 224 reviews, Hollywood, Florida with 208 reviews, and Pembroke Pines, Florida with 200 reviews. It’s clear that Florida is a state where Senior High Schools are actively managing their online reputation. Overall, this data study sheds light on the importance of reputation management for Senior High Schools and the need for schools to actively engage with their online audience.

Cities With The Least Amount Of Senior High School Google Reviews That Still Ranked In The Top 3

After conducting a thorough data study on Senior High School Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, it was found that Birmingham, Fontana, and Glendale had the least amount of reviews in the top 3. Despite having only 10, 9, and 7 reviews respectively, these cities still managed to rank in the top 3. This finding raises questions about the importance of reviews in determining the reputation of Senior High Schools. Is it possible that other factors such as location, facilities, and academic performance play a bigger role in the decision-making process of parents and students? Further research is needed to fully understand the impact of reviews on the reputation management landscape of Senior High Schools.