Six Ways To Build Trust

Dec 4


Larry Johnson

Larry Johnson

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"Six Ways To Build Trust" by Larry ... trust and ... in your buyer is ... if you are going to make that sale ... are some great ideas that will add a great dealof


"Six Ways To Build Trust"

Larry Johnson

Building trust and confidence in your buyer is very
important if you are going to make that sale online.
Here are some great ideas that will add a great deal
of confidence in your site.

-- Who are you ?

Give as much information as you can regarding
who you are. How long you have been in business?
If you can provide a picture and short autobiographical
sketch of yourself...especially details that relate to
your online qualifications and credentials.

-- How do I contact you ?

Do you have a brick-and-mortar operation ? If so,
let's see a picture of the building together with it's
exact mailing address,Six Ways To Build Trust Articles fax number, phone number,
and e-mail address. If you have staff members,
include them in the picture.

-- How will you use my information?

What is your privacy statement regarding my personal
information ? How will you use the information that I
provide you as a customer?

Give them some assurance on your "Privacy Page" that
their information is safe with your company...that it will
never be shared with others for any reason.

-- Is my transaction online safe?

Your orders should all be processed over a secure
server. Tell the customer how they will know that
this is the way you take orders and how they will
know by looking for "https" in the URL at the order

Always give them other ordering options including
fax and especially telephone orders. Customers
feel very reassured talking with a real, live person
when ordering online.

-- Testimonials page ?

If you have some testimonials from former customers,
show them to us on a separate page of your site.
Be sure to protect those people who make testimonials
and only share their contact information with their

-- FAQ section ?

Most sites have a number of typical, repeat questions.
You may cover most of these by including an FAQ page
on your site. It sure does cut down a lot on those
messages that you have answered a hundred times.

Another way you can save some time and effort, is by
setting up f*ee autoresponders which will answer most
relevant questions.

Having as much information about you, your business,
and contact details are all a part of providing your
customer a safe, trustworthy and reliable means of
doing business with someone online.

-- Larry Johnson


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