Tips on Gathering Client Testimonials

We always keep track of the questions we get from attorneys are our Rainmaker Retreat two-day law firm marketing intensive. First, it gives me an opportunity to stay current on the issues that are top-of-mind with you; second, it allows me to share some more universal Q&As in hopes that our blog readers will benefit as well.

At our Las Vegas Rainmaker Retreat last weekend, one of the questions that seemed to elicit the most note-taking from the audience was:

What’s a good way to get people to give me a testimonial?

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