Over the weekend, a group of misguided activists took to Google and Yelp to leave fake negative reviews of pregnancy centers. These types of “attacks” can be devastating if you aren’t adequately prepared. This week, we put together a FREE checklist so you’ll know exactly what to do to be prepared for future fake reviews, as well as tips to mitigate targeted attacks against your center.
As the temperature heats up on controversial political issues in our country, we can only expect more confrontations with people and groups who are pro-abortion. Over the last few years, coordinated efforts have been made to discredit the legitimacy and work of pregnancy resource centers. We believe the best defense is a good offense.
In this week’s FREE guide, we outline tactics you can use to counter current and future attacks from such groups. Whether you’re in the middle of a battle or you want to be ready when it comes, we hope you find this guide helpful as you navigate these challenges.Get Resource
You’ve probably heard of the “Expose Fake Clinics” groups. These activists from all over the country engage in targeting pregnancy resource centers, launching digital campaigns against them that spread false information about the center. They typically enlist the help of their followers to post fake reviews on Google, Facebook, and Yelp to try to call into question the legitimacy of the pregnancy center. They will claim your center is a “fake clinic” because it doesn’t provide abortions.
In this guide, we explain what you can do to prepare for an attack like this and what you can do if you are targeted.Get Resource
Have you noticed the increased tension in our country when it comes to the topic of abortion? Are you wondering how the conversation and publicity will impact your center and your marketing strategy?Get Resource