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That's very interesting. i have never thought about gathering testimonies. I know some of my friends were doing not a very good thing - they asked their wives, kids and friends to write testimonies as if they were their clients. I was waiting for real testimonies, but this rarely happens. Thanks for the tips. I will ask my clients to leave their comments as to the services I provide. That plays a great role I bet!

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