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Frequently Asked Questions

Why you should make an FAQ page

An FAQ page is a time-saving customer service tactic that provides the most commonly asked questions and answers for current or potential customers.Before diving into how to make FAQ

Publish the FAQ page on your site

Once your FAQ page is ready, it's time to publish it to your website. Most companies will provide a link to the FAQ page in their website's main navigation bar, so no matter where they are on the site, visitors can go directly to the page if they need help

Monitor the FAQ page's performance

With your page up and running, customers should be more successful in finding solutions to common problems. To find out if that's the case, you'll need to revisit the customer data that you used to create your FAQ page in the first place.

Organize questions by category

What can also be tedious is listing all the questions in random order. This is especially frustrating for customers who have several related questions regarding a single topic.

Write clear and concise pages

In terms of FAQ pages, "the more the merrier" is actually a fallacy. Too much text can end up being too confusing, causing readers to have to search for the answer they need.

Regularly update each page

Every FAQ page you have must be accurate. As your organization faces product launches and updates, your FAQ pages should reflect these changes as well. This means your team needs to consistently review each page and revise it after launching new features

Identify your most common questions.

As your business grows, you should update your FAQ page to include any new questions that become popular over time. For example, if you release a new product or service you'll need to update your FAQ page so that it includes troubleshooting tips for this offer as well.

Update content and add more solutions over time

As your business grows, you should update your FAQ page to include any new questions that become popular over time. For example, if you release a new product or service you'll need to update your FAQ page so that it includes troubleshooting tips for this offer as well.