Landing pages are designed for one basic purpose: to generate conversions. This may include selling a physical product, selling a digital product, generating leads, or even attracting email signups. You can improve the conversion rate of your landing page by following the tips listed below.
If you’re in the professional services industry, you already know that the competition today is fierce. What many executives don’t know, however, is just how critical a B2B website is in helping professional services firms stand out from the rest of the pack. So, how important is it? The Hinge Research Institute has found that 80% of professional services buyers check out a firm’s website to evaluate them as a potential provider.
Tracking the ROI of social media should be integral to every campaign, however only 10% of businesses are monitoring their results. For companies that rely on telephone conversions for the majority of their business it can seem especially difficult to effectively connect online and offline marketing. Here are three techniques that marketers can use to understand social media ROI and build more sophisticated campaigns.
The LinkedIn ecosystem is a very tempting target for B2B marketers. After all, you can target in ways you simply can't get away with in other advertisers. Someone's title, skills, location and company are all up for grabs. It should be like shooting fish in a barrel, but alas, like all magic bullets, this one still requires pinpoint marksmenship.
What most marketers are describing when they use the term "conversion" is actually a measureable form of success that helps a brand achieve its business goals, such as sales, subscriptions, website visits influenced by social media, and so forth. In truth, a conversion is an adoption of a belief, in which the natural response is a radical behavioral shift to actively pursue engaging others to convert to that belief.
As of the end of the year 2013, there are over 3.6 billion email accounts in existence, and most businesses will spend at least some of their time and resources sending various types of marketing messages to a group of subscribers within that pool.
Blogging can be an amazing experience. It can also be the most draining, tiring, frustrating, and demoralizing thing you will do as an online entrepreneur. The main reason for this is that it takes a really long time to see results from your efforts.
Welcome to this five-part series of articles on structuring your website for conversion. This series discusses a number of things to consider when designing your site, from product grouping, upselling and cross-selling, real-time communication to customer pain points.