You might not realize it, but the site for your business is making a statement. This means that every time an online user visits your site, they are getting an impression of your business and are forming and opinions about the services or products that you provide. You need to be sure that your site is conveying the right message. If your website is viewed as untrustworthy by online users it can have an impact on your sales. This means that you need to know what makes a site untrustworthy and be sure that you don’t make those mistakes. Here are the biggest takeaways from this infographic.
What inspires trust above all seasons in regards to your business is information. This means that if you want your website to be seen as something that can be trusted, you need to make sure that it is filled with good information. You need to make sire that there is an about us page on your site that is accurate and you also need to make sure that there is contact information that is verified. The more information that is on your site will only help to instill more confidence in your brand. This means that an about page and contact information are vital.
2) Public Domain Name
You also need to make sure that the domain name registration of your site is public. If it is private, this is a sign that your site should not be trusted. This means that you need to make sure that you have a domain name that is public for all to see to ensure that online users will trust in your site. This is really the only way.
If you want your site to be used, it needs to be a site that online users have trust in. This means that a few small changes can be made to the design and content of your site.
Although millions of people visit Brandon's blog each month, his path to success was not easy. Go here to read his incredible story, "From Disabled and $500k in Debt to a Pro Blogger with 5 Million Monthly Visitors." If you want to send Brandon a quick message, then visit his contact page here.