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Here are 5 avenues you may have overlooked or forgot about.
Most companies are already signed up with BBB but is your website linked from there? There are 2 different pages where you can list your link on the bbb website. The one is your profile page that lists your rating. The
other is their consumer index located at http://www.bbb.org/online/consumer.
The later one is the better link and it requires an extra step by applying for
a business accreditation. You can find that here http://www.bbb.org/us/bbb-online-business-application/.
Once you are accepted you will then be listed in their directory which gives
you a nice high trust link.
Any organizations you are a member of.
From business to personal if you are a member of an organization especially if they charge you a due you should be able to add your link on their website. Even if they don’t automatically have a place for you to
add it contact them and ask. Think your
school alumni too!
Charity and Sponsorships.
Do you sponsor events any local schools? Sports teams? Have you donated to charity organizations? Most of theses places are happy to oblique you with a link on their website.
Vendors you buy from
As a business you probably shell out lots of money to companies who support your business structure. Insurance companies, office supplies, legal expenses, product suppliers, packing material, transportation
companies, advertising companies, and well you get the picture. I’m sure most
of these companies would feel obligated to include a link on their site if you
told them how much it would mean to you and solidify your loyalty to them.
Your personal family and friends and also your employee’s family and friends.