Build Credibility with Client Testimonials


4 Ways to Collect Client Feedback

Before you're hired, prospective clients want to know the value you have provided to others. They want to know if your current clients are really satisfied.

These answers can come from you. Or, they can come straight from your clients' mouths in the form of testimonials.

Third party endorsements carry a lot of weight because they showcase other people's successes through working with you!

But, here's where the tricky part comes in: collecting those testimonials. Some lawyers either don't know how to do it, or the process simply makes them uncomfortable.

Rest assured, collecting testimonials is not stressful, nor difficult.

Here are four ways to collect client testimonials the right way.

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