It’s hard to get shoppers to convert. Have you considered gamification?
It feels like reducing friction is always a good idea. But that’s not always the case. When the shopper expects a personalized solution asking more questions can give them more confidence in your process.
When shoppers are met with very similar products, it’s often difficult for them to figure out which product will meet their needs the best. We can help them.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: over the past 9 years, we’ve seen that on average 83% of content on a page is invisible to users
The product page is where the rubber hits the road. And the most important consideration item on the product page is price. Always justify price.
Many businesses offer consultation services to help their customers find exactly what they need or improve a certain aspect of their life. Often, these consultation services are split up into different “levels”. There may be a free consultation, a more expensive consultation package with more features, and an even more expensive package with even more features. Take this page from …
Getting better lead for conversion rates.
It’s 2019. By now, shoppers know what to expect when they’re confronted with an email signup popup. What are shoppers likely going to do today? They’ll immediately close the popup, skip past the email signup form, or uncheck that sneaky little email newsletter box. They do this automatically, as if they’ve been conditioned to hate popups and email signups with …
Clever tactic to increasing conversions by driving up time on site metrics. Users that spend more time on your site convert a higher rate.
Using Zeigarnik Effect for B2B lead form pages.
There are difficult ways to increase conversion rates and then there are simple ideas that work every time.
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