Another word for testimonials is testimonials. They are typically words or writings that are provided by one person or organization, who has a relationship with the product, company, or service.
Many companies will send out testimonials as a way to gain trust with consumers (or just for the sake of being different). I’ve seen testimonials sent out as a way to win a job and/or a promotion. I’ve seen testimonials sent out as a way to get an interview. I’ve even seen testimonials sent out as a way to find another job and/or a promotion.
You have to wonder why testimonials are so common. Most often, they are used as a form of advertising. If you are sending out a testimonial, I would think you are trying to make a statement for yourself, your company, or your product. If you are doing it because you are being paid to do so, then it might be a good idea to at least mention the source of the money or the company.
The truth is, testimonials are just that – testimonials. They are just a way to get someone to talk to you. They are a way to get you to hire or promote someone else to work for you. They are a way to get you to make a sale. They are a way for you to get your company’s name out there. Just because someone’s testimonial is from the company doesn’t mean you should take it as gospel that they are a good person.
One of the most common ways people try to get other people to hire them is to send them testimonials. The problem is that it is often not a good idea to send testimonials for any number of reasons. If you do, you might find yourself in a situation where you are trying to impress someone with a testimonial, and there is a good chance that the person you are trying to impress will not want to work with you for any number of reasons.
The good news is that there is a way, with the help of some smart SEO skills, to create a testimonial that will get across the idea that you are a reliable, trustworthy person. It’s not rocket science, but I’m gonna leave that part out.
I have a friend, a PR wizard, who works with a bunch of different clients. I have a lot of acquaintances who I know and trust. I have a ton of friends I know that I wouldn’t be able to trust with either the outcome or the execution of a project. So I have a general rule of thumb that I follow when I do interviews for a new client: If they have a testimonial, then they are definitely trustworthy.
I think it’s important to note that there are many different types of testimonials. You can have people who say “I was in the military, I’m in the Navy and I’ve been to the Moon.” Or you can have someone who says “I’m a former Marine, I’m a former Navy SEAL, and I used to be a professional wrestler.
In short, testimonials are a really good way to gauge the credibility of someone. So if someone says theyve never done something before, you know they have a good grasp of their craft and if they are trustworthy.
If you’re in the military you’ll probably want to make a better choice, because there are tons of testimonials in the military.