The Credibility Conundrum: Can Design Build Trust?

The Credibility Conundrum: Can Design Build Trust?

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  1. Brilliant post, Pamela. Thank you for informing, entertaining and always upping the bar at Copyblogger.

    I’m a web designer and only use StudioPress Themes for my clients. Whenever anyone asks, I recommend the StudioPress themes for the exact reasons Milton told Frank – well designed, robust themes. Bonus: excellent support!

    • It’s true about the support, Ericka. Milton should have mentioned that! πŸ˜‰

      Our support team is pretty epic. I tapped them many times back when I was a customer. Now that I know them all personally, I’m even more impressed.

      Thanks for your comment!

  2. Pamela! LOVE this post! It’s so much fun to read and delivered all of the info in a fresh way. I’ve never seen one like this before… might need to borrow the idea! Thank you for continuing to show ways to be innovative and fun while delivering valuable info.

  3. I need help! I signed up with a full support website, domain name, platform, tools, etc. to create a website but am at a complete dead stop! You see, I’m technologically challenged and really frustrated. I would like to keep my domain name and possibly the header, and move to another platform and take the stress out of creating my website. What do you suggest? Thank you!

  4. The post is great! It happens in the future too! πŸ˜‰

    “Subject: Re: Calm

    Date: Friday, September 2, 2016”

  5. Yes design is crucial I have seen many website with great website can skyrocket their business. Blogs from big digital marketer like Neil Patel, Sujan Patel, Hiten Shah, Zac johnson & other big players their blog design plays major role in their brand building.

    I too have worked hard on my blog design and made good income out of it.
    Google loves good quality designs and users too get engaged with your website if design is neat and clean.

  6. As a website owner, I cannot agree more with you. I’ve seen the result when I’ve got a better designed site.

    Also, I liked another point you’ve mentioned: Like you , I believe when you offer several things, you just confuse your audience. I’ve learned that a couple of services as typically demanded service packages are enough to introduce what you can do. The rest can be ordered and customized.

  7. Fantastic post and fun to read. Pamela will you permit me to use the style?
    I am putting things together for my website and I honestly do not know much about hosting and the works.
    From this post am off to WordPress and hope you don’t mind contacting you whenever am stucked.

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