Almost 90% of consumers trust online reviews. Google and other platforms are taking note with as much as 13% of your business ranking attributed to reviews.

Connecting NiceJob with Jobber helps you get more reviews and automates your marketing saving you tons of time!

Easily connect your Jobber account

1. Go to

2. Click connect next to Jobber

3. Follow the instructions to log-in to your jobber account 

That's it, you're done!

Automatically send review invites

When you close a job in Jobber, NiceJob will automatically enroll your Jobber customer in the Get Reviews campaign. This is the easiest way to get more reviews from your Jobber customers!

For example:

  1. You create a job in Jobber for a new customer.

  2. You complete the job or service.

  3. NiceJob automatically enters your customer into the Get Reviews campaign.

  4. Your customer leaves you a review!

  5. The new review is automatically shared to your website and social media, ready to be seen by potential customers, winning you more sales and traffic!

** As a rule, your customer's job will need to be closed within 30 days of the scheduled job date in order to automatically enroll into a Get Reviews Campaign **

Connect your Convert Website to Jobber

When you connect Jobber to NiceJob, we'll also connect your NiceJob Convert Website to Jobber.

Every new lead you get from your Convert Website will instantly show up in Jobber as a work request

Frequently asked questions

When will NiceJob invite my customer to leave a review?

We'll send the first invite out instantly via SMS if possible, or email if there is no cell number for the customer. 

What if I close multiple jobs for the same customer?

NiceJob never invites the same customer to leave a review more than once every 6 months. So even if you close multiple jobs for the same customer, we'll only enroll them in the Get Reviews campaign once.

How do I prevent someone from getting a review invite?

Using people tags you can mark a person in Jobber with noreview to prevent them from being enrolled in the NiceJob Get Reviews campaign.

How many messages will my customer get?

As few as possible! NiceJob only sends reminder messages if the customer has not left a review. We never send messages less than 2 days apart, and never send more than 4 messages in a campaign.

What if I don't close jobs, and complete visits instead?

Currently our integration will not trigger invites based off of Visit completed. Jobber will still upload all your contact to your NiceJob account to make it easy for your to trigger the campaign enrolments when right for you.

Will this get me more reviews?

NiceJob customer Michael Parker tried to get reviews from customers for three years by manually following up with his customers once a job was closed. He and his team had little success.

NiceJob helped him increase his reviews by 50% in his first month by automatically sending review invites to his customers once his jobs closed. The stronger calls to action in NiceJob's drip email campaign, the ability to include photos, and the fact that NiceJob is smart enough to match reviews to customers meant excellent results with much less effort. 

“The ease of use and the efficacy of the software is great, and using it has helped place Master Pro Clean above our competitors by strengthening our brand and image for present and future customers." 

How long does it take for leads from my Convert Website to show up in Jobber?

Seconds. And if you're wondering what a Convert Website is, you can learn more about it here.

Does Jobber send employee data to NiceJob so that my reviews can get automatically attributed to the right employee?

Not yet but it will VERY shortly, and you will see your employee data backdated when that happens. Please note they have only made that data available for 'visit' events not 'job' events. If you have employees assigned to visits in Jobber, that data will be sent to us via the integration which allows us to automatically attribute reviews received to the right employee. Learn more about employee attribution and how you can make use of it here.

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