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Building a Trustworthy eCommerce Website [Infographic]

Building an eCommerce business can be a huge challenge as it involves more than what meets the eye. The site must be well maintained and well managed so that it can get the desired number of conversions. Adding a human element on your store adds to the trust factor of the site. One more essential for building customer trust is adding positive reviews and testimonials. Besides that a toll free number and linked up socail media channels are extremely important as well. Here is an info-graphic that would help you improve the trustworthiness of your eCommerce store.

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