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Make Your WordPress Website Look Professional
By: Codex-M
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  • Make Your WordPress Website Look Professional
  • Who are You?
  • What is Your Business?
  • Tweaking WordPress

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    Make Your WordPress Website Look Professional - Who are You?

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    The first question many visitors to your site will want answered is "who is this person?" You should include your name on the website, particularly in the About Section. It is hard to trust a website without names involved.

    You know, these days a lot of scams happen on the Internet, so people are more cautious than ever. For that reason alone, you should include your complete name on your website. If you use a pseudonym (as many writers do), make sure it is very clear on your website, and specify which other reputable websites visitors can reference for more information about your pseudonym. If you cannot provide this, you should provide your original and complete name.

    The second question many visitors want to know the answer to is "where do you live?" It is useful to include your real business location; state it very clearly on your website. It is surprising, but I surf a lot of websites belonging to so-called “professionals” on which I could not even find their address.

    This is a big turn-off, because it looks like you are hiding something. You should not hide your address; spammers and other scammers are known to avoid giving a very clear address.

    The next question many visitors may want answered is "how can I contact you?" Think about it; it make sense that if you are advertising yourself as a professional, you should be available for people to contact you. Make sure visitors to your website weill easily find your contact details, including:

    • Your exact name or pseudonym.
    • Contact address (for postal mail).
    • Email address.
    • Phone number (toll free,or any customer support land line number).
    • Fax number.

    Include this information in the contact section of your website.

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