Finder Recommended badge guidelines
Congrats! Your product has made it onto the Finder Recommended list. Finder Recommended products are chosen by our reviewers based on expert analysis of features and customer feedback. The Finder Recommended badge is a visual cue for consumers that a product has our experts’ stamp of approval.
Using the Finder Recommended badge
Finder Recommended badges are free to use, but brands must reference the specific Finder URL where the recommendation is listed so that consumers can read the context of our recommendation, and our review of your product.
Where you use the badge online, you only need to reference us once and should do so on the most relevant pages where you use the badge – for example, if you have a page specifically about the product. You’re then welcome to use the badge as many times as you like across your website, at point of sale and across physical marketing materials and social media.
If you don’t include the reference on your website, you must accompany each use of the badge on physical marketing (such as PoS, adverts and billboards) with the reference, such as in a footnote.
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Using Finder quotes across marketing materials
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The UK falls to 20th place as the most expensive country to buy a flat – but a central flat in London costs almost FIVE times more than the global average!
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Just Eat at home? A takeaway in the UK costs over 3 times more than a fakeaway
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Winners of the Finder Lending Innovation Awards 2022 revealed!
Finder has announced the 14 winners and highly commended companies for this year’s Lending Innovation Awards.
Running out of gas? UK petrol prices are 58% more expensive than the global average – with the average tank now costing almost £82 to fill!
New research by finder.com revealed a full 50-litre tank of petrol in the UK could cost UK drivers up to £82. That’s 58% more expensive than the global average cost of petrol (£51.72)!
Half of British investors plan to ‘buy the dip’ (plus, how does this crash compare with the worst of the last 50 years?)
New research by finder.com has revealed half (48%) of British investors plan to buy the dip (if the share market falls by at least 20% in 2022).
Easter spending in the UK to rise to £892 million this year
The latest projections by finder.com have revealed that around £892 million is expected to be spent on things like gifts and chocolates over this year’s Easter.
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