Every year we get approached by businesses that have gotten themselves into trouble by purchasing cheap links. In the really bad cases, they have gotten black listed by Google and have lost a significant amount of traffic and revenue from it.
Are you interested in improving the conversion rate on your landing pages? Do you dream about how to increase online sales? If so, you’ve come to the right place. To help you answer your questions and generate more money online, we’ve created a five step guide on how to increase online sales.
In this post, you’ll get an overview of everything from webpage design to copywriting to A/B testing. As we walk you through five key concepts that will help you improve your website conversion rate and grow your online business, you’ll be able to explore each section and discover which on-page elements are crucial in the sales process and how you can tweak them to enhance your online sales results. By the end of this article, you’ll have a pocket full of useful tips that will bring you closer to building your website into the sales machine you’ve always dreamed of. → read more
[This blog post is Part 5 of 5 in the webpage improvement series "5 Key Concepts That Will Convert Your Webpage into a Sales Machine!"]
Part Five: How To Test & Tweak Your Sales Page
Goal: To test, modify and re-test your webpage until your call-to-actions are converting at the highest rate possible.
If you’ve ever created an online sales page, you’ve probably experienced the frustration of putting hours of work into a webpage that didn’t perform to your liking. Building webpages for sales is never as simple as build it and they will convert. To get your sales page just right, you have to do a series of testing and reiteration to ensure that your message is conveyed in a way that resonates with your customer. Once your customer understands your product’s value, they need to be convinced that the benefits outweigh the cost. Only then will they be willing to take action. → read more
[This blog post is Part 4 of 5 in the webpage improvement series "5 Key Concepts That Will Convert Your Webpage into a Sales Machine!"]
Part Four: Crafting Effective Call-to-Actions (CTAs)
Goal: Get the visitor to complete your desired action.
Your call-to-action is the main goal of your sales page. Quite often, it’s the beginning of your customer’s journey to purchase your product. In other cases, CTAs can include text fields to capture email addresses and other types of form submissions that serve a wide variety of purposes.
Regardless of what your CTA is, you want it to be extremely prominent on your page so that your visitors’ eyes are drawn to it. If a customer doesn’t complete your call-to-action, you have failed your sales mission.
In this post we’ll take a look at how you can create the best CTA possible and implement it effectively to improve your conversion rate. → read more
[This blog post is Part 3 of 5 in the webpage improvement series "5 Key Concepts That Will Convert Your Webpage into a Sales Machine!"]
Part Three: Implementing Social Proof On Your Sales Page
Goal: Gain your customer’s trust and demonstrate that your product is worth their investment.
Did you know 72% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations? (source)
With that kind of power, there is no reason why you shouldn’t be leveraging social proof to build trust and credibility with your audience. If people love you, it’s in your best interest to show it off. → read more
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