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Want to skyrocket your product's success with powerful testimonials? 🚀

Join me in this thread as we explore the importance of testimonials, the best methods for collecting them, and tools to help you showcase your product's value through customer feedback.
Why are testimonials important?

✅ Establish credibility
✅ Increase trust
✅ Showcase the value of your product
✅ Influence purchasing decisions

Never underestimate the power of genuine, positive feedback from satisfied customers!

#SocialProof #ProductSuccess
Best methods for collecting testimonials:

📧 Email outreach to happy customers
🔗 Feedback forms on your website
🗣️ Ask during customer interactions (calls, chats, etc.)
🌐 Social media shoutouts & reviews

Be proactive in gathering feedback!

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I get really happy when the people in my online program celebrate their results. This is a direct cut and paste of an email I received today, word for word. (1/12) #share #email #testimonial #brainfogrecovery #brainfog #health #experience #hr #software #energy #work
Who are you and what do you do?
"I am a 24-year-old cis woman who currently works at an HR software company." (2/12)
What were the brain fog symptom challenges you were suffering with before you began? "I struggled with concentration, which impacted my ability to focus on my work during the day. (3/12)
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The 1971 Indo-Pak war ended on 16 Dec 1971 with the comprehensive capitulation of the adversary. Lt Gen AAK Niazi signed the Instrument of Surrender unconditionally and an independent 'Bangladesh' was born. 1/3

The Lightning War had seen the IAF's lethal air campaign help achieve quick results. Over 2400 offensive missions in the West & more than 2000 sorties in the East saw the IAF establish a credible 'control of the air' in both the sectors. 2/3
When asked about the surrender despite his army being largely intact, Gen Niazi pointed at the Wings on the uniform of an IAF officer and said, "Because of this - you, the Indian Air Force". 3/3

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1/🧵 Hacked on Twitter - what did I learn⁉️

I & other physicians’ @verified @Twitter accts were hacked last week…
This “micro-dose” of being silenced reminds me to do all I can to amplify the voice of others.
And it made me want to share a few thoughts about this platform…
2/ How did it make me feel?

📍At the mercy of others
📍Out of control

Of course, it’s just social media

But how we handle ourselves here prepares us to fight #Testimonial #Injustice

No one wins if we stifle the voice & truth of another person.
3/ Detachment

I’ve been working on detachment from the lure of worldly things.

When the hackers stole control of my account, my 1st thought was that this was a perfect opportunity for me to practice detachment.

If I’m truly detached, my pulse should remain a calm 46 bpm 😎
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