Customer Trust

Customer Trust

How to earn and keep it?

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Salome Mikadze
COO at Movadex
Customer Trust

How many of us have trust issues? In today’s day and age, it’s common to think twice or even three times before trusting someone, especially when it comes to committing to a certain brand. With the frequent lack of transparency in companies’ marketing tactics, potential customers take more time to make decisions about a purchase. At the same time, establishing strong bonds with future aficionados of your brand can contribute to the elevation of their loyalty.

What’s customer trust?

Customer trust is the belief a customer has in a company. The said trust is earned through active means. It’s certainly not easy for a business to make someone believe that it will fulfill its promises and provide the services or products in a high-quality manner. This is why, there are a few tactics that you need to know to earn and sustain customer trust long-term.

Focus on societal engagement

societal engagement Staying in tune with the surroundings and the developments that happen in the society heavily determines the loyalty that customers showcase with the regards to a certain business. If your company does not care about what’s going on in the world and only focuses on profitability, then most likely there won’t be that many people willing to commit to your products or services. The business operations that you are conducting ought to reflect the people that your company caters to and plans to turn into long-term customers.

Don’t lie and be vulnerable instead

transparency Troubled transparency in global marketing ecosystem has made it more difficult for people to trust businesses, and reasonably so. If a company promises a certain outcome from its product but ends up lying, who would want to buy the said item? Therefore, it’s best to be vulnerable at all costs instead of lying. If certain processes in your business fail or you need a little more time to deliver certain services, you should choose to be open and honest about it. Even thought it might not seem that way, but such an approach will more likely contribute to your business’s success!

Watch consumer behavior and adapt

Consumer behavior constantly changes which is why it’s imperative that your team and you track the changes and adapt to them. Perhaps, in times of inflation, consumers are more likely to spend on certain goods or services and cut down their expenses on others. Performing the necessary adaptions will help you make more suitable offerings to your target market that will increase its interest in your business and, perhaps, even boost its trust and loyalty. consumer behavior There is a plethora of ways you can work on advancing the customer trust. They all, however, come down to being open, aware, and focused. Your business should prioritize transparency, societal engagement, and a targeted approach towards fulfilling your customers’ wants and needs. When put together to work, these elements foster a strong sense of belief in your company, and people feel confident about purchasing your products or services.