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Does Your Website Say, ‘Trust Me’? It Better.

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Does your website say “Trust me!” so that a customer never doubts? Let’s consider three types of business websites:

Local business
Service business

Here are seven questions to ask about customer trust.

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2 Responses to “Does Your Website Say, ‘Trust Me’? It Better.” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Sunday William Profile

    Hi David,

    This is a very serious question. Any answer (yes or no) given by the reader reflects the state of acceptance by the customers.

    When it comes to trust questions, the implication is that customers are comfortable in doing business with a website.

    However, promotion of the product offered does not generate trust alone.

    I completely agree with the 7 tips you have shared. I will add that people will trust a site if they have had healthy relationship with the service provided.

    Testimonials from others are good trust earners!

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