You’ll create more trust on your page by adding testimonials of happy clients. But what does a good testimonial look like? They often consist of three things. A unique benefit your product offers, the proof of a claim you’ve made, and a positive comparison of your product to a competitor.
We’re not saying to write fake testimonials (please don’t), let that be clear. People will instantly notice fake testimonials, often because they are too positive. Always use real customers and real testimonials. When you ask for a testimonial, you can use these three ingredients as a hint.
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