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ALT title: How to buy beautifully.
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Quick Video Here?
It's funny. We interact with a lot of amazing people through Bought Beautifully.
With customers, it's always easy to tell if someone "gets it".
About Our Partners
How do you find your artisan partners?
Where do your artisan partners live?
How are your artisan partners paid?
How do you document fair wages being paid?
How do you document safe working conditions?
How do you document artisans sharing God's love in their community?
How can I become an artisan partner?
About Our Products
Who designs your products?
How does your product quality compare with other brands?
I found something like it and cheaper - why should I pay a little more for your product?
What is your personally favorite product?
What product has the coolest story?
How do your products actually enrich lives, restore hope and empower people?
What if the product arrives broken?
What if the product doesn't fit right?
How can I return or exchange a product?
About Bought Beautifully
How did Bought Beautifully start?
Why do you call Bought Beautifully a ministry?
Who actually works for Bought Beautifully?
Who is on your Board of Directors and what do they do?
Does Bought Beautifully have an ambassadors or similar program?
How is Bought Beautifully funded?
How can I support Bought Beautifully (beyond making purchases)
How does your internship program work?
Do you have a physical storefront?
Call to action - If we've done our job, then you should be excited to get shopping here!
Have a different question? It's likely that we have that answer too! Please, take a few seconds to ask us your question and we will be in touch with you to address it. And who knows, it might be the impetus for an upcoming blog post.
1. On your FAQ page, list out all the major questions you receive every day. If you have more than 15 or so questions, you may want to break these lists out into categories, allowing the viewer to find the question they’re looking for quicker and easier. (Note*** Please understand you do not have to call this an “FAQ Page” at all, as it can be said in many ways, as show in the two photos presented here from the River Pools and TSL websites.)
2. Now that the questions are listed, do NOT answer them on the actual page. Instead, hard-link the entire question to the blog post that answers said question.
3. Finally, at the bottom of the page below all the questions, show a call to action for some type of guide/eBook that contains the answers of all the questions listed above.
Quick video responses for each?