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Good moves in my opinion. We also provide them with a cell phone with free calls to and from Vodafone in order to communicate free. Well some guests maybe don't know how to write a review or even if review sustem exists. Try to "fish" them ( as we say in Greek) talk to them about reviews and how important is for you and how much appreciated you will be if they do a positive review. Of course you will need to built a good and positive attitude before asking that. If they leave and you haven't had the time to ask for a review them send them a feedback email, asking them how was their stay and how honered you will be by writing you a review. Mayby some "lies" like: we might visit you country next Christmas so how about letting us know some good seight seeings? That could be a good start. And at the end mention how important for you is that they should write a review.
"treat your guests like you would like to be treated"
That's the secret. That's the first step.
Image being in there shoes and start from there.
What would you except from your host is the question.
think about the answer and act.