FREE Kick-ass conversion ebook

If you’ve ever wanted to:

  • Acquire more customers via your website
  • Increase the amount your customers buy from you
  • Keep people on your website for longer
  • Improve the design of your website
  • Increase newsletter signups
  • Increase views to a specific page

Then you must read this ebook. Sign up to our newsletter for future chapters packed full of not-to-be-missed advice.

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free conversion ebook

We know so many expert tips to increase your conversion that we just can’t keep them to ourselves any longer! Each month we’ll be releasing a new chapter of our kick-ass conversion ebook, packed full of all our expert secrets, tips and advice to improve your user experience.

 

Free eBook: Your guide to kick-ass conversion

Sign up to our newsletter (on our home page) and we’ll send you each chapter so you don’t miss out on your free amazing kick-ass conversion handbook. First chapter: Who the f*** are you? will be sent to our mailing list on 1st March

Have you spent money on marketing to drive more traffic to your website? Have you used Google’s paid search or Facebook advertising? Well, did you know that spending money to get more people to your site is money down the drain if they’re not converting into sales? Most companies concentrate solely on increasing the numbers of visitors to their site in the hope that this will lead to more sales, when in fact, they would be much better focussing on converting their current traffic. For a minimal cost, it is a much longer term solution that results in actually costing your business much less than constantly paying out for lower converting traffic.

Here’s an example of your users’ behaviour:

  1. User is looking at a page of Google search results.
  2. They click on your paid link.
  3. They arrive at your landing page.
  4. At this point many factors influence whether they stay and progress further into your site or bounce back to the list of results.

Money spent on marketing is wasted with low converting landing pages

If you’ve spent money getting traffic to your site, the last thing you want is for the landing page to be a barrier to the user progressing further. This is why analysing and understanding the user’s behaviour and designing your pages with this at the forefront of your considerations is vital to keeping traffic on your site, increasing conversions and increasing sales.

Your primary focus should be ensuring the following pages are as effective as they possibly can be:

  • Landing pages
  • Top use cases
  • Contact
  • Basket
  • Checkout
  • Registration (if you require this)

Over the coming months we’ll be releasing a series of pdfs, each is a chapter in our unmissable kick-ass conversion handbook, written by our experts to increase your website conversion for free! Together, all the chapters form the best conversion eBook around so make sure you don’t miss out by signing up to our newsletter right now.

Sign up to our newsletter (on our home page) and we’ll send you each chapter as soon as it’s released so you don’t miss out on your free amazing kick-ass conversion handbook. First chapter: Who the f*** are you? will be sent to our mailing list on 1st March

If you think your website could benefit from increased conversion, get in touch with us as we can help.

Increase conversion, not traffic

Spending money trying to get more people to your site is money down the drain if they’re not converting into sales. Many companies concentrate solely on increasing the numbers of visitors to their site, when in fact, usability testing and then fixing their current issues would have a much bigger increase on conversion at minimal cost to the company.
Here’s an example of your users’ behaviour:
1. User is looking at a page of Google search results.
2. They click on your paid link.
3. They go to your landing page.
4. At this point many factors influence whether they stay or bounce back to the list of results. user’s won’t stay around – you have only a few seconds to influence them.