These days, everyone says you need to have social proof your products or services are loved by your customers.
That means you need to have their words telling others just how good it is – yep, that means you need customer testimonials.
And statistics have proven over 90% of people trust the recommendation of a friend or colleague.
But, try as you might, getting testimonials have been pretty tough to get in your business.
Well, I think you might be approaching this the wrong way.
It’s not hard to get testimonials at all. And I’ll prove it to you.
Take a quick three minutes to watch this video and learn a quick two-step method you can put into action in your business today.
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