Consider Client Testimonials

Testimonials offer a great opportunity to brag, gush and tell the world how great you are. Many times these few words offer a more trusted opinion than something your potential clients might hear from you. However, you should still ensure your testimon...

Testimonials offer a great opportunity to brag, gush and tell the world how great you are. Many times these few words offer a more trusted opinion than something your potential clients might hear from you. However, you should still ensure your testimonials support your company’s message and don’t sound fake—it is surprising how often testimonials are fabricated.

Keep testimonials short, specific, and trustworthy

No one will read long-winded testimonials online; try to keep them to two or three sentences. Make sure you
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Consider Client Testimonials is a post from the law practice blog: Lawyerist

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