The happy customer, an often untapped marketing asset, can play a powerful role in the success of a business.

Quite simply, user reviews increase conversions. In fact, 61 percent of customers read online reviews before making a purchase decision.

Using customer reviews or testimonials on your website is a wise way to convert visitors into customers. Testimonials are effective because they establish trust, encouraging visitors to buy, subscribe, or take whatever action you are after.

The question then is: How can testimonials be most effectively displayed on your website? To help you answer this question, we’ve curated some of the best testimonial page layouts from around the web.



































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Jônatas is a Brazilian designer and digital art director with a focus on UI, UX, visual, and motion design. His passion is to design digital projects and interfaces that make technology simple for everybody. For the past six years, Jônatas has worked on a diverse range of projects and teams of all sizes. He lives for colors and forms, is obsessed with every tiny detail, and never stops working until the pixels are perfect. [click to continue...]
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Jônatas is a Brazilian designer and digital art director with a focus on UI, UX, visual, and motion design. His passion is to design digital projects and interfaces that make technology simple for everybody. For the past six years, Jônatas has worked on a diverse range of projects and teams of all sizes. He lives for colors and forms, is obsessed with every tiny detail, and never stops working until the pixels are perfect.