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17 May 2017

4 Ways your Business can Build Credibility

4 Ways your Business can Build Credibility

Building a credible brand and a good business reputation is really important for longevity. If consumers and investors trust your business, then you already have points over your competition. It takes time to build credibility, but the time and effort spent doing so will be invaluable to business growth. But always remember this note of caution – it can take years to build a good reputation, and just seconds to lose it.

Here are four methods businesses can use to establish credibility and build a strong brand reputation.

Gain Media Coverage

When a business is mentioned in the media, they are instantly thought of as successful and trustworthy. An endorsement by a particular magazine, newspaper or online blog can really go a long way. Media coverage helps with brand recognition and shares your brand story with a huge audience. Of course, gaining media coverage is extremely difficult, especially in the press as journalists are inundated with press releases and requests from businesses and PR agencies. However, when the hard work pays off there’s a world of benefits to gain from media features.

Endorsements and Testimonials

Who are the main people who could add value to your credibility, and are easy to reach? Your past clients! People who have experience your brand and have positive things to say about it can help boost credibility. Asking for a testimonial is simple, and you can also request endorsements from important people in the industry.

Make a Strong Impression

If someone is impressed by your website, then makes a visit to your business to be disappointed with the appearance, what does that do to your credibility? I’s critical to look after your business premises, whether it’s an office or a shop, and give a good impression to visitors. Your business wants to seem professional – think engraved nameplates, creative branding, welcoming touches, tidy workspaces. You also want to make it seem like a great place to work, with happy employees.

Industry Knowledge

Another way to establish trust in your brand is to invest in knowledge and skills. Offer expertise and advice like nobody else, and consumers will notice. You can also boost credibility by joining industry organisations and being accredited by official bodies. Be sure to promote the logos of these on your website!

Follow these four steps and you’ll be well on your way to building credibility for your business. The difficult part is keeping the trust and upholding the reputation.

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