How to get better client testimonials

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10/14/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Getting your satisfied clients to sing your praises can lead to a lot of new business. Marketing expert Dean Reick shares five ways to get the most effective testimonials:

  • Make sure to get specifics.
  • Get testimonials from people who are similar to your prospects.
  • Include their full names, titles, and locations.
  • Use their photographs as further proof those giving the testimonials are real people.
  • Put the testimonial in quotation marks.

Learn why these tips will make your testimonials stand out and land you more business in in the Sept./Oct. issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine.

Categories: Business tips
Tags: client testimonials, business tips


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