29 Jan '15, 12pm

12 Tweaks to Increase Customer Conversion Rates

Step One: Get in the minds of your customers. Ask them in a survey to rank the factors they considered in their purchasing decisions. Find out which factor is consistently ranked number one. Step Two: Use that factor as a selling point in your copy. Give your customers what they’re looking for and your conversion rate, click-through rate, and time on site should all increase.

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/12-tweaks-increase-cus...

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