Advertising the Kanoodle Way

Written by Lawrence Roth

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How to get your customers to trust your website

Written by Glenn Murray

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How to get your customers to trust your website

By Glenn Murray *

Research reveals three important facts:

1) The Internet is one ofrepparttar 108051 most important sources of information.

2) The trustworthiness ofrepparttar 108052 Internet is declining.

3) Customers will come back to your site if they trust it.

Inrepparttar 108053 face of a declining trust inrepparttar 108054 Internet, there’s definitely value in creating a website which can be trusted by your visitors. But how do you do it? That’s what this article is all about.

But first,repparttar 108055 research…

According to a recent major study, "Ten Years, Ten Trends", conducted byrepparttar 108056 Center forrepparttar 108057 Digital Future (, a leading authority onrepparttar 108058 impact ofrepparttar 108059 Internet,repparttar 108060 Internet is still seen as one ofrepparttar 108061 most important sources of information, but people are placing less faith inrepparttar 108062 reliability of that information.

These findings are supported by earlier research. American Express found that 73% of people userepparttar 108063 Internet to gather information, and Lyra Research found that 48% of people userepparttar 108064 Internet to find work-related information as opposed to 7% who use magazines. When it comes to reliability of information, A.T. Kearney found that workers take so long trying to find information that it costs organisations $750 billion annually!

But never fear! All is not lost. It is possible to stemrepparttar 108065 tide – at least as far as your own website is concerned. According to Nielsen NetRatings, helpful website content develops site loyalty. The average person visits no more than 19 websites inrepparttar 108066 entire month in order to avoid information overload – they tend to rely onrepparttar 108067 sites that they can trust to help them.

So how do you make yours one of those sites? How do you inspire trust in your visitors?

The answer is simple – make your website copy trustworthy!

Following are 8 steps that’ll put you onrepparttar 108068 road to a trustworthy website.

STEP 1 - Always include your contact details

Always! This includes an email address, phone numbers, fax numbers, and address. Without these details, you’ll look like a fly-by-night operation.

STEP 2 – Tell us who you are

Dedicate a page of copy torepparttar 108069 people who run your company. You don’t need to say much – just provide a little history. Talk about their work history, career highlights, education and qualifications, etc. And it never hurts to include a little personal information as well. Let your readers know who you are.

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