How Do You Make Your Site More Trustworthy?

If you own a business, then you more than likely have competition, and where is the first place a potential client goes to separate you from your competition? Your website. How do you ensure your website presents a trustworthy and professional appearance? How do you make your website more trustworthy? Fortunately, there are a number of ways to encourage people to place their trust in your company.

Tips for Making Your Site More Trustworthy

  1. Provide testimonials: Let others do the talking for you. A testimonial or three from satisfied clients assures people that you are a professional who delivers on his/her promises. Important tip: Google reviews are more important than ever before. These are the reviews that show up on Google search results pages. So, having a steady stream of positive reviews coming in (even one per week) is very valuable. However, because there is some present controversy with Yelp, there’s a good chance the positive reviews you garner on that platform won’t show up, so we recommend that you focus your efforts on Google reviews. Not sure where to start? We’ve recently begun the Have a Cup of Coffee on Us campaign to make garnering Google reviews easy. Ask us about it!
  2. Use images of your business/staff: Don’t rely solely on stock images. Instead, let people see what your business actually looks like. Show them images of your buildings, of you, and of the team they will be interacting with. Allow them to see the real you. This authenticity makes you appear more trustworthy.
  3. Provide useful content: Your website copy serves a purpose: to inform. Share information about your services, but also address common questions that your patients/clients often pose. In addition to your website copy, consider incorporating a blog so you can provide a steady stream of up-to-date, useful content.
  4. Speak to your audience: This may sound silly, but use the word “you” often in your blog and copy. Why? Simply put, you’re talking directly to your audience. By addressing them in this manner, you don’t sound distant or overly clinical. However, try not to be too colloquial. It’s important to still appear professional and knowledgeable.

Want to know more about the current trends in dental website design? Ready to create or update the digital face of your dental practice? The experts at MDPM Consulting have got you covered. Give Jill a call today at (972) 781-8861, or send us an email at