If you’ve ever tried to get a client to write a testimonial for you, you’ll know how difficult this can be – even if they’re your number one fan. The problem is, most people hate writing, and a non-urgent task like this will always go to the bottom of the list.





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Written by tcamba
1773 days ago

Hmmmm, this is interesting. I don't know if this would be effective though. I don't see it as deceitful but I don't see it as genuine testimonials too.



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