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sherminsathi6
Apr 03, 2022
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Overlook when building a website is the faq page. What we don't realize is that the frequently asked questions page is actually the most effective page for converting sales. Having a well-written faq page can actually help convert visitors into customers, especially if they're still sitting on the fence with questions or doubts about your product. It is a great feeling for them to know that someone anticipated their question and provided the answer. Setting up an effective faq page is more than just posting a bunch of questions and answers. Here are 10 things you can do to make your faq page an effective sales conversion page:1. Repeat unique selling points perfect on the page it might company mailing list seem like enough to have your sales pitches on one page, but there are several reasons why they should be on your faq page as well as elsewhere on the site. First, people don't always read every word on a page and may have missed information. Second, repetition never hurts when it comes to trying to convince someone to do something. By repeating information they may have read elsewhere, it refreshes their minds. Finally, people are unpredictable when it comes to which pages they will view and in what order. By placing important selling points on this page, you are sure to attract people who may not have visited other pages yet. 2. Disprove anything that hinders sales about page regardless of the product or service, people are going to have objections. For example: your price is higher than your competitors, you don't offer as many colors and many other objections, etc. Use your faq page to address these objections before they are made. You can explain that the quality is better or that you offer a certain feature that is much better than the choice of colors. Address objections and point out all the cool features at the same time. By doing this here, you can avoid sounding too pushy when it comes to a sales pitch.
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