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10 Quick Fixes For Your Online Credibility

Online credibility is key to a successful website, right? Right. The way people perceive your company or brand and whether or not they trust you affects their behavior on your site. People that don’t trust you will most likely leave your site rather quickly. Those who do trust you might linger a little longer, engage with your content, and possibly convert.
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10 Design Tips That Will Boost Your Online Credibility

Credibility is one of the most important aspects of your website. Being credible means people feel like they can trust you – as a person or as a company. Then again, trust is the base for any good relationship. And that’s what you want to establish on your site, right? A good relationship with your visitors, and as that with your current and potential users or customers.

Here is the good news: There are lots of things you can do to gain more credibility. Adding some personality to your site is just one of them.
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3 Ways to Increase Web Credibility Through Content Presentation

Not very long ago, when looking for information, we turned to sources like books or maybe our parents and grandparents. These are sources that we knew were reliable from experience or simply by sensing the superior aura of a library. The way something or someone makes us feel strongly influences our perceived level of trust. Therefore we can easily judge offline sources by our relationship with them, their external features and previous experiences.

Those who can design for credibility gain a strategic advantage. — BJ Fogg

On the web, it all becomes a little more difficult. Most of the times we use diverse search engines to find information, which ultimately leads us to numerous websites that all seem to know something about the one thing we are looking for. How do we know whom to trust?

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