No harm, no foul. Should I ask for permission to use your voice? Occasionally, I find myself in a situation where, through email or other type of chat, a client provides a great quote that can be easily attested. Please do not post these without permission. I never use quotes without permission. Because people tend to be much more cautious when you put a name and a face on your claim. I was in a situation where some of my clients knew that simply having their quotes posted on a single grain website would drive more traffic to their site. But believe it or not, many
people like to keep fax number lista low profile. They want brand recognition for their business, but they don't want their name out there. single grain voice Also , don't create fake testimonials . This is a terrible idea. Because you could get sued and it would really hurt your reputation if the person in question decided to go public about it. For example, Neil Patel once discovered that someone was using him as a testimony, but he never gave them a testimony.
In that case he politely asked them to take it down and they did. Also, a $100 million a year company created and sold a digital course with Neil's name on it. They had made an entire website with his face and branded it as The Neil Patel Course of Content Marketing. They blew it up to 800,000 people. Angry people started emailing Neil, saying, "Neil, I'm mad. Why do I have to be on the waiting list to buy your product?" When I found out that I was selling courses using my name, my reaction was, "Oh, I thought this would work." Luckily for them, Neil is a really nice guy. He didn't even sue them. But the point is, he could have sued them by the millions.