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Why not use the testimonials all over your site, and make each one relevant to the particular page the visitor is on.  For example, if an architect has a page on their site for "Renovations", why not put a testimonial on the "Renovations" page from a client who's happy with their recent renovation.

Here's an example of a page on our website that uses this technique.

Please contact us if you need any assistance with adding testimonials to your own website."
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Posted on 9th June, 2011 in Digital Marketing

Use your compliments wisely

Your clients are saying great things about you, so why not use that to its full potential. So often we see people create a “Testimonials” page on their website, and just list all of the comments one after the other. This is OK, but there is an even better way…

Why not use the testimonials all over your site, and make each one relevant to the particular page the visitor is on. For example, if an architect has a page on their site for “Renovations”, why not put a testimonial on the “Renovations” page from a client who’s happy with their recent renovation.

Here’s an example of a page on our website that uses this technique.

Please contact us if you need any assistance with adding testimonials to your own website.

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