Mono, ON (Adam Jones) By clearing up pre-purchase uncertainties and addressing doubts and objections before a sale is made, FAQ pages save you time and save you sales. 

If you are interested in creating a FAQ page, then you should start by collecting and projecting probable concerns, and then writing the content in the form of an actual question and answer. Answers should be short and precise. Questions should be grouped according to logical categories that make sense.

Maintain your website regularly and review and update it on a regular basis so that it reflects any changes in outside technical and social conditions, as well as to reflect any changes in your products and services.

The “What if?” and “Do you…?” questions of FAQs are a great way to get answers to your questions.