Saw this on a website…and yes it actually says, “customer”.
When I called to ask about price and what kind of service he offers, I was surprised to hear how much he does to make his customers happy. He offered me a great price and did an outstanding job! And now that price is locked in. I have told all of my friends and family about him and his professional approach. He was trustworthy and had NO hidden fees, like some others out in the business. – Customer
Okay, now that you read it…here’s my thoughts…
Why does customer not use his real name and city?
With no picture of client how do we know the testimonial is not fake?
I would encourage you when people leave reviews about you or your service on online services such as Yelp, Facebook, Google+, Angie’s List and others to take a snap shot of the review and use it on your website or social pages.
Here’s a few testimonials about my SEO services…
Here’s a few about my book “Lessons From The Dojo“…
And of my book…”Share:27 Ways”
Of being a member of my Facebook group page… “The Business Dojo”
If you’re going to use testimonials, make sure they are credible, real and can attest to your authority, credibility and trust within the community you serve.