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A person or a corporation that is willing to offer positive comments or a storey about one of your products, services, or overall customer experience is referred to as a customer reference. They are the ones who are more likely to spread positive word about your brand to their friends and family. They'd be classified as 'promoters on the NPS scale' in the customer success dictionary.

It's helpful to understand why your client is providing you with a reference in the first place. It's nearly usually for one of these reasons: they genuinely care about your company, its product, and the people who work there, and they want to see you succeed. They get the opportunity to broaden their network and meet fascinating people who can assist them.

Testimonials are powerful marketing tools that can help you stand out from your competitors. They can help you gain a foothold in a field of work and give your business credibility in the eyes of your target audience.

There is a difference between review and testimonial. A review typically deals with the performance of a product or service. A testimonial, on the other hand, is written in praise of a person and their work.

The short answer is no. There are pros and cons to using reviews as testimonials, but it's best not to use them as they can be misleading.

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