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What People Are Saying About Us

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Quality work that clients love Quality work is what we do. Every website and project we work on is an important opportunity for us to show our skills and in turn earn clients trust. But we don’t expect you to take our word on the quality of our work. We get many reviews from very happy clients that let us…
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Testimonials: Your Company Needs Them!

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Scott Christofferson Customers Need Proof Everyone wants bang for their buck, their money’s worth, a good deal, quality service, results and the list goes on! Before we sign contracts or make purchases most of us want to know what we’re getting, but if there isn’t a clear track record from the brand or company or we don’t know someone who…
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Video Testimonials

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One of the most important things you can include on your website is a testimonial of a customer. Why? People really do not care about what you think about yourself as much as they do care about what others think about you. This is why customer reviews and ratings on websites have become very important to consumers. Continue Reading »

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Getting Testimonials

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Testimonials are an essential part of marketing for any business. People like to do business with a company that has a good reputation. Having testimonials on your website is a way to reinforce your reputation. As customers do more research on companies one of the things they are looking at is what do other people think of this company. Continue Reading »

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Types of Testimonials

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In marketing, testimonials are used a lot to help build credibility that there are other satisfied customers. It is human nature to want to see and care about what others are doing and saying. Have you ever driven by a really bad accident and seen mass amounts of people watching the scene or slowing down and not paying attention that they almost cause another accident. Continue Reading »

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