Category: Testimonial Examples

This is a collection of different styles of testimonials from around the web. Testimonials are EXTREMELY important nowadays (think about how much we all rely on Amazon ratings for purchases). These are some successful testimonial styles:

mHelpDesk Video Testimonial Page

The testimonial videos aren’t production quality, but they get the message across and cover useful and relevant information — which goes to show you don’t need to invest thousands in …

Decadent Cakes Testimonial Page

There are times when you’re leaving an online review and, for whatever reason, just don’t want to include photos with it — like when it’s for something kind of personal, …

The Screenshot Testimonial

A lot of times your customers will say great things about you via text messages, Facebook, or other social platforms.

You can simply take screenshots of these compliments and post …

The Compare To Other Products Testimonial

If you’re in a competitive market with a lot of similar products, it could be very helpful to show people why YOUR product is superior to the competition.

For example, …

The Real Use Case Testimonial Picture

Has a customer sent you a picture of them using your product? Include that picture! Real pictures of people using the product is great validation.

The “Real Testimonial Picture” is …

The Star Rating Testimonial

People love 5-star ratings, and it’s a common rating system in society now. So if for example you’re selling a product on Amazon, make sure to feature your 5-Star Ratings!

The Business Testimonial

This is where a business (but not a specific person) is the featured testimonial. Often people have what they call “Resume Clients”, which means those are the impressive clients …

The Video Testimonial

Video testimonials are great, but people don’t always watch them the full way through. For this reason it’s helpful to give a quick snippet of what’s inside.

We do this …

The Data Graph Testimonial

Some people love to see results with cold hard data. Trying combining a testimonial with a results data set.

You can even “spice up” this graph by making it easier …