Welcome to Anyware Insights, a brief 5 minute read, that we hope you find informative and useful. In this issue read tips
about conquering your email overload and making the most of your FAQ page ...
So read on, enjoy this quick read and learn of more ways to further enhance the look and impact of your website...
|A fresh look at FAQs
|If you haven't updated your FAQ section since you launched
your site, then read this article.
FAQ is the abbreviation for Frequently Asked Questions. Companies often
pull together a collection of answers to the questions that are most
commonly raised by their customers on topics
relating to their products or services.
FAQs often ease the burden on your time by providing quick answers to
commonly asked questions.
In order to fulfil their purpose, your FAQs must be accurate,
concise, readable and up-to-date. This means that as a business, you
need to invest time in their maintenance And the good news is that by
maintaining your FAQs, you can also improve your business credibility,
and potentially your sales.
- gain customer trust by providing quality information.
Visitors to your site look for useful information to help them with
their purchasing decision - so provide it. Try to
answer as many possible questions about your products as you can,
rather than just throwing together a quick list of a few things off the
top of your head (this is off-putting and irritating to potential
customers, and they'll probably just leave)
High-quality, carefully thought out FAQs show your customers that you
are knowledgeable about your products, and interested in helping them.
If you take care and time with your answers (as if you were talking to
the person in a shop) this will engage your visitors, and increase
their trust in your business.
Make more sales
- ask clever questions and provide useful information.
read more ...
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|Did you know?
Email keyboard Shortcuts:
New Email: Ctrl+shift+M
Advanced find: Ctrl+shift+F
Reply to Everyone:
Move an email: Ctrl+shift+V
| Email Overload help!
|Help find my 'missing'
email!! Nothing is more frustrating than losing an email with an
important email or attachment. Try these simple steps to help locate
the 'missing' email:
1)Firstly try sorting emails,
by date, sender, to etc you may see it more easily:
Click on top of column header,
first click will sort by A-Z or newest to oldest, second click will
sort Z-A or
oldest to newest.
2) If you can remember a word
or phrase from the email use the Find Tool:
For Outlook, Click Find on the
toolbar, in the Look for box type any text you want to search for. For
Express Click on Edit on the toolbar, point to Find, then message,
criteria in the search fields.
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This site is also a great example
of how an expertly constructed Frequently Asked Question page can work for both
you and your clients.