The other day, a reader of this blog emailed me because they wanted to know how to display testimonials from Twitter users on their site. Great question! More and more companies use this technique because it adds a layer of interactivity to pages. And since the 140-character limit makes it easy for clients to leave them quick feedback, it would be a pity not to take advantage of this opportunity. Here is a quick and easy way to embed a Twitter testimonial box to your website or blog.

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Comments


Written by bigmoneyweb
456 days ago

Great to stumble upon this article Cendrine, this is really my first time of hearing of this interesting feature and, it seems to be a nice one. Thanks for sharing this with the bizsugar community.

Val



Written by cendrinemedia
456 days ago

You are welcome!



Written by HeatherStone
456 days ago

Hi Cendrine,

We've seen a couple folks mention the new Twitter testimonial boxes in the BizSigar community. Looks like a great feature. Thanks for sharing.



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