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Unread 09-10-2014, 01:37 PM   #1
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Default How do you build consumer trust?

Hi everyone. Just a few thoughts on developing some
audience "Rapport". I enjoy throwing out a few ideas
now and then and seeing where things lead. I find forum
audiences quite creative with their thoughts and input.

Building consumer trust is a must if you are in any
type of business, online or off, but what makes someone
trust you enough to do business with you?

Here are a few things that I do that seem to work.

First off is that I try, from the beginning, to develop
some type of relationship. Whether it is with my squeeze
page, blog, or email, I have found that coming across
like a "Rabid Dog", biting at the reader's heels trying to
get them to buy or opt-in, or whatever, is NOT the
way to gain credibility.

Secondly, if you give them something worthwhile up front,
without them having to buy, or opt-in, or jump through
some "Click" hoop, then the reader sees value in your site,
and if they decide that they like what you have, they can
join your list, or buy something from you.

Lastly, and this one I fell apart on a couple of times to
my detriment, and that is that any email list that you have,
no matter how small it is (I had a couple of test lists that
only had 3 or 4 names), MUST be followed up with on a
consistent basis. I screwed up and did not send emails
out regularly. It wasn't that I had a lot of opt-outs, but
my open rate dropped dramatically. So, they may as well
have not been on my list in the first place.

Now, I make certain that I have several emails set up so
that my subscribers don't forget me. They will. When you
send out emails to your list it is important to give them
credible content and not a lot of sales pitches. I also like
to throw in some personal stuff occasionally to let everyone
know that I am human just as they are.

Okay, those are a few short thoughts from me. I am sure
that there are many more ideas floating around out there.

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Unread 12-12-2014, 02:54 PM   #2
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So true man. You need to pose as a human being in the eyes of your readers. You need to make content that adds value to them.
Trust elements add a lot of value. For example a Live Chat can do wonders
And what I've learned so far is that users don't give a crap about me and what I do. They are only interested in their benefits. And this is exactly the way I write my content. Always focusing the consumer/user. It's always about them, and never about us.

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Default How do you build consumer trust?

Consumer trust is one of the biggest challenges faced by the entrepreneurs in the current business environment. Being honest and transparent is the best way to develop a consumer trust.

In order to create a strong relationship among the target audience, a entrepreneur should make their website with responsive web design to have a great look and feel.

It really doesnít matters how appealing its content is, but the site looks should be professional with high-definition graphics and user-friendly navigation, then only visitors will stick around to explore the site further.

You can also build up a strong consumer trust based on the following addon factors like certified seal, testimonials, frequently updated blogs, speaking of search engine rankings, secure checkouts, contact information and brand image.

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In my opinion, consumer trust can be build through following ways

1) Be an expert in your niche.
2) Professionalism should be shown with your attitude, statements and actions.
3) Offer Money Back and other solutions

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So genuine man. You have to stance as a person according to your peruses. You have to make content that increases the value of them.

Trust components include a ton of worth. Case in point a Live Chat can do ponders

Also, what I've adapted so far is that clients don't give a poo about me and what I do. They are just intrigued by their advantages. Furthermore, this is precisely the way I compose my substance. Continually centering the buyer/client. It's generally about them, and never about us.

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The email list should be used wisely, no matter the length of it. The emails should be sent out on a regular basis, once a week or once a month or even more rare, but regularly. The email body should be somewhat personalized, but not too much and you should show in it that you care about the person you're sending the email to. Make sure you use this person's name in the email.

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It's very hard to sell something if consumer doesn't trust what you sell that's why it is very important that you build it.

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So many tips which really work. Mine would be - love your customers and they will definitely feel it and will pay youback the same.
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By showing them you can be trusted and never fail them.

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In order to build customer trust, you have to do something like:
1/ The most important thing is your product must be good, noone will do word-of-mouth for you if your product sucks.

2/ Provide trust in 2 ways:
- Approved or authorized from experts (depend on industry) or featured in big newspaper
- Provide real customer reviews: my tips from my company is to do interview with customers and ask for real image to build more trust, or take the screenshot of your chat with customer when they give feedback or the social accounts of your customers.

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