Getting testimonials for your website shouldn’t be optional. It’s essential.
- Get clients to agree to give them.
- Get them to give one, either in person or via email.
- Get a photo to include.
- Get someone to add it to your website.
Here’s how it works.
- Each client I work with has their own sub-account which they can log in to independently.
- In each account, we set up a link they can send to clients asking for a testimonial. The link looks like this.
- We also provide them with wording for the email they send we’ve tested and know works.
- The client clicks the link, inputs information and can add a photo from their computer, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Google.
- When a testimonial is submitted, I get sent an email from Endorsal. I review the testimonial and, if I like it, approve it. If not, I don’t.
- Approved testimonials appear instantly on our website, courtesy of a neat and very simply piece of code that took me literally seconds to add to our account about six months ago.
- I can also tag my testimonials so certain tags appear in certain places and others elsewhere. (e.g. client testimonials on the homepage and speaking testimonials on the speaking page).