This brilliant post Preston D Lee wrote a few years ago, motivated me to start working on something I’ve been putting off for months.
Posting testimonials on my website suddenly seemed like fun and extremely easy to do.
I realized I don’t need to ask my clients to write down anything, they only have to approve what they’ve already said or written by themselves!
Read his tips to see for yourself!
1. Use live, personal quotes as testimonials
There’s no law that says you have to have a client testimonial sent to you in written form. Sometimes the exclamations your clients make when they see their new site for the first time are much better than a boring, well-thought-out email a week later.
4. Don’t delay
One of the quickest ways to kill a testimonial is to let a lot of time pass between the completion of the project and the posting of the testimonial.
Read the full post at Millo.co