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Do you show testimonials on your website?

Created on 13 Feb 2015 | Last updated by Tiago Araujo on 02 Oct 2018 01:33 AM (over 2 years ago)

Testimonials are a great way of making people comfortable with dealing with your company. They give the website a positive vibe and provide users with something relational that they will identify with (problems solved, needs met, people made happy, economic crisis avoided, etc.)

SSW have a random testimonials box up the top of many pages. One example is the About Us page.

Figure: Testimonials as displayed on SSW's About Us page

Another alternative is having the testimonials listed down the right hand side of the screen. An example of this can be seen at: http://www.ericjsmith.net/codesmith/.

An interesting spin on the previous link is a website that still has the testimonials down the right hand side of the page, however it displays exerts of these testimonials in comic book style speech bubbles. An example of this can be seen at: http://www.richtextbox.com/richtextbox/.

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