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Set people at ease by putting your smiling photo on your site. Nancy has hers right next to pictures of chocolate and cash you can earn working with her. You can see that Nancy looks like a nice person you feel you've met somewhere before. That's not a bad impression to give customers.
4. Write some exciting, interesting, informative descriptions for your products and services. The more expensive product, longer your description must be. Rather than just droning on down page, make your longer text include deeper details. Customers love copy that tells them everything they need to know. AND gets them excited about buying.
5. Describe problems your product or service solves. Give real life examples that visitors can identify with. Show how your customers use what you sell. Then describe what visitor's life will be like after he buys from you and uses your product.
6. If you can, let people search through your products and services by subject and by price. Some people want to see all Compaq computers you sell. Others just want to know what you have in under-$1000 range. Let people shop both ways.
7. Make it EASY to order. On longer pages of copy, put a BIG order link near top, in middle, and toward end of page.
Give people a button they can click and have item put directly into their shopping cart. Tell customers how long it will take to receive product or service they are about to order.
These simple 7 suggestions can quickly turn your site into a money-maker. More visitors will discover reasons to come back to stay on your site longer, come back again and again, and to buy.
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