Ten Myths to Build Trust in Your Design Blog

Users can find it difficult to look at what they need due to a number of design blogs on internet, but it is easy to look for trusted sites. Important step for attracting users is trust building. Without audience’s trust, you can’t run a successful design blog. So, we are going to give you tips on trust building for design blog. Have a look at these:

1. Having good website usability

Good usability is essential to provide users what they want. Navigation should be easy for easy accessibility. Otherwise, users will consider it worthless.

2. Having appealing web design

To build trust, have a good webdesign that’s attractive since it shows professionalism. Good design quality means high design standard and that you are on top. Appealing website also creates interest for users to check out your webcontent.

3. Having about page

Users of your site should know what’s on your site. You cannot tell about your site anywhere and so the perfect place is “about page.” In this page, you can tell the users about the site, the people behind that site, and certain things you would want your users know. Pertaining to the design, you can add line of interest and what do you do regarding the design.

4. Having contact page

Visitors can be connected to you with contact page. If visitors have feedbacks or any queries, they can message you easily. To respond to the visitors’ queries, you can allow them to place email address of the visitor. Create an attractive contact form and do not ask for information that’s unnecessary in order to show that yours is a legitimate website.

5. Having strong privacy policy

Let your visitors know that their personal info will be kept private and if certain services are offered, make them know that they can trust you even in money matters by having trusted and convenient payment services. Ensure them that all their data will be used for business purposes and never given out to others.

6. Tell the truth always

Give only original content in your website since if the users find it’s not original, they will never trust you. Never encourage plagiarism because if you do so, you will lose reputation as well as trust. For design services, follow the agreement between you and your visitor strictly and make sure there is real transaction.

7. Show social networking profiles

By doing so, you make them know about you and assure them that you are legitimate and real. If you build a personal brand, they will trust your website and you.

8. Responding to comments

Since visitors take time to give you feedback, respond to them. By doing so, they will also leave more comments. Otherwise, they might feel unappreciated.

9. Testimonial posting

Since testimonial is an honest opinion of one who has tried your service, it builds trust and they will have a feeling that you offer them high-quality services.

10. Posting original contents regularly

Regular posting of contents tells your visitors that your website is active and it is taken good care of. This gives an assurance that they will also be taken good care of. Since your posting shows who you are, post only original contents or else nobody will trust you. It is very easy to win the users’ hearts if you attain the above ten myths and by now, you might have already increased traffic. Moreover, long-term trust and good relationships can be built by just interacting with your clients.

Latasha C. Bivens

Latasha C. Bivens is a website designer who loves to help fellow designers and business owners sharing his knowledge and experience. He would like to invite you to find out more about offShore webmaster and also to find out more about virtual assistant leasing service.

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2 Responses to Ten Myths to Build Trust in Your Design Blog

  1. Great post..! I read your blog you providing us very good information, thanks for sharing with us this informative post….

  2. here says:

    I was wondering if you ever thought of switching the page layout of your site? It is well written; I really like what you have got to say. But maybe you could create a a bit more in the way of written content so people might connect with it better. You have got an awful lot of text for only having one or two images. Maybe you can space it out better?

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