Browser’s HTML Inspector to add Reviews Locally

Hi, in your FAQ section you wrote:

The Google API only offers a maximum of 5 relevant reviews at a time. Fortunately, this plugin will collect more reviews over time giving you more options to display your selection of reviews from a larger pool. If you feel comfortable with the HTML Inspector in your browser, you can import all the reviews showing in the Google reviews popup.

1. Would you kindly provide a link to a step-by-step tutorial explaining how to import google reviews to the plugin manually?

2. Assuming reviews are imported manually, Would the API configuration be required (if yes, why)? and would I have to provide billing information to Google in such a case?

3. I understand there’s a problem with the 5 reviews due to Google’s API. Let’s say I wanted to plugin to import 50 reviews from google via the standard method (places API). How long would it take for that to happen, on average? is it a matter of days? months? years?

4. If the refresh rate is really slow, then why would I use a plugin instead of building a static testimonials wall, which I’d manually update from time to time? I thought that the whole cool thing about the plugin would be the automatic synchronization with a large db of testimonials. Otherwise, I can use just any static design…

5. Does the current GCP practice require that I insert billing information, in order to get things to work?

6. A competing plugin stated:
“Zero load time: SVG, lazy load images and the smallest size of assets (css: 3kb, js: 8kb)”
Could you advise how does your plugin compare with that?

Thank you in advance

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