First & Foremost: Thank You!
I am beyond thrilled that you loved your experience enough that you want to run and tell everybody :) Sorta. You at least you want to write a testimonial, and I couldn't be more thankful. I don't know about you, but when I've written testimonials in the past I was not always sure how to best describe what I love in a way that would best help the service provider, aka me! Below you will find some tips and resources if you need them (because that's what I do, always) but most importantly you will find the submission form. Don't hold anything back! Thank you again :)
Top Tip: Don’t over-edit. Testimonials work best when they are in “real” language. Those small grammar and language quirks help prospective customers connect and demonstrate they are real. Just be you!
Questions to consider from CopyBlogger:
- What was the obstacle that would have prevented you from buying this product?
- What did you find as a result of buying this product?
- What specific feature did you like most about this product?
- What are three other benefits of this product?
- Would you recommend this product? If so, why?
- Is there anything you’d like to add?
the article provides details about the answers as well!
An easy to use testimonial template from HerBusiness:
- I approached [businessname] because ….
- [businessname] helped me by ….
- The result was ….
- One thing I liked was their ….
- I found the experience ….
- I would recommend [businessname] to people who need….
And you’re done!
Want more tips? Try these resources:
- Ristretto Apps - How To Write a Good Testimonial For a Business
- Enchanting Marketing - How to Write a Testimonial