Testimonials made easy

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Everywhere you go you run into someone telling you that they are following you online.  

They love the value you provide.  

You have given them solutions to problems they were experiencing.

Thanks to you they have a new outlook on their own efforts.

It goes on and on,

So, you say “Wow, that’s great to hear, would you mind putting that in writing, so I can use your testimonial on my blog”?


you never hear back from them.


No more waiting…


Testimonials made easy

Write down what they said immediately,  before you forget, then contact them, 

say something like,

“This is what you told me the other day, can I put your name and photo on it and use it as a testimonial on my blog”?

This takes all the pressure off a fan to provide you with something that might be quite foreign to them.  

Most people feel put on the spot when asked to do a testimonial.  

I have been approached by individuals who asked me for a testimonial and I have no idea of their accomplishments.  

If you have a product and you would like to have someone who’s opinion you respect review it and give a testimony for it,,,


make it easy on them,

assuming they are already familiar with you,

instead of asking them to watch a lengthy video, or read pages and pages of content,

 give them a list of what your product is about, what it’s purpose is, the benefits and features.

That way they can read that, get a feel for what it’s all about and write something up for you.

Most people are willing to give testimonials as it is free advertising for them and gets their name out there.



Testimonials made easy

However, if you are approached to give a testimonial, be sure the person, place, or thing you are putting your name and reputation on is beyond reproach.

Never align yourself with questionable characters, that will destroy your credibility faster than you could lose your hat in a hurricane.


definition of testimonial:

1.a written declaration certifying to a person’s character, conduct, or qualifications, or to the value, excellence, etc., of a thing; a letter or written statement of recommendation.
2.something given or done as an expression of esteem, admiration, or gratitude.
3.pertaining to or serving as a testimonial:
a testimonial dinner for the retiring dean.
definition of testimony:
noun, plural testimonies.
1.  Law. the statement or declaration of a witness under oath or affirmation, usually in court.
2.  evidence in support of a fact or statement; proof.
3.  open declaration or profession, as of faith.
4.  Usually, testimonies. the precepts of God.
5.  the Decalogue as inscribed on the two tables of the law, or the ark in which the tables were kept. Ex. 16:34; 25:16.
6.  Archaic. a declaration of disapproval; protest.

 Unsolicited Testimonials are the best!

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