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30 Day Business Building Challenge – Day 23

Let’s liven up and speed up our business-building activities and focus on success for the next 30 days. Are you ready to take the challenge with me?

Each day for the next 30 days you’ll find a new moneymaking, business-building or personal development activity that will support your goals and lead you forward. Each challenge should take you about 15 minutes.

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Leave us a comment and let us know how each day went. Please share any “aha’s” you’re discovering along this business-building journey.
Invite your friends and team members to join you…

Day 23 – Ask for testimonials
According to publicityseek.com, testimonials can increase your sales by as much as 250%.
 
 
Word of caution: Be sure your testimonials are real and factual.

It is also important to get permission to use publicly the testimonials your customers/clients are writing for you – using on your website, blog, in written brochures, etc. I’d recommend getting permission in writing.

To increase credibility, ask if you can use their picture and name alongside their written testimonial.
 
 
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  • Deborah Munoz-Chacon May 26, 2015, 8:14 am

    I’ve started getting testimonials to add to our upgraded website. It’s important for prospective clients to see that you do good work and to hear about it from clients and not just from yourself.

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