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Answer all queries about your business as thoroughly and as politely as you can.
Be prompt in your response and in all of your business dealings.
Keep your website "Live" as much as you can.
Switch server if necessary.
Join forums and answer questions relating to your business.
Leave your business info in your signature.
Write articles and reviews about your business.
Post them on your site and submit them to directories, ezines, classifieds and such.
This is just tip of iceberg, but it's a start.
Spend time to establish your presence on web. It's same for an offline business as well. Eventually you will establish your business as legitimate and reliable. As you can see all of this takes more than a few days. Have patience. Eventually it will pay off.
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