Facebook is under fire from all directions. Business investors are losing confidence. Governments are threatening legislation. Users are engaging less. We could be witnessing the beginning of the end of Facebook. Or we could be watching the emergence of a new style social network. Either way, there are huge implications.
Customers used to talk about their experience only to friends and family through word of mouth; now they talk about you online.
52 Percent of Americans Report the Internet is Less Safe Than it was 5 Years Ago
You need to be more accurate on your website, rather than emphasise expertise. Only people with low knowledge value expertise more than accuracy.
Customers trust you more when they believe you are an expert in your topic. Here are five ways you can convince them of your expertise.
Do recent security breaches at major American companies shake the confidence among American consumers?
Study shows that people lose faith in websites that have mistakes and errors
Only 40% of consumers trust companies that fail to translate their websites, applications and products. This, according to a survey conducted by OHT-Enterprise
Infographic showing How to Build Credibility and Trust in Subscribers
Infographic showing wow to build credibility and trust with your email subscriber list
By understanding the risks and taking a few basic precautions and teaching vulnerable people about the dangers, you can help them enjoy the positive benefits of the internet safely
Traditional print public relations more trusted than online activity and advertising. Want to boost your online business? Use traditional PR
E-signatures are seen as less trustworthy than real signatures. Esignatures provoke negative responses.
Banks suffer another loss of trust, but that’s because of our experience, not social media.
Infographic investigating online security
Nude pictures leaked from iCloud are only the tip of the online security issues facing website owners.
Happy customers will purchase only your products and services and share their customer satisfaction experiences with friends and family.
People trust the written word more than spoken words. If you want to be trusted online you must write.
Advertising is not trusted by most people and as people get older they learn to trust advertisers even less
Nigel Farage of UKIP celebrates electoral victories demonstrating at the same time what politicians and online businesses fail to do well.