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Creative Marketing Trick in 2019

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We don’t often come across genius. But when we do, we have to stop in our tracks and share it with you. In this post, we’re going to be looking at a creative marketing trick in 2019 — one that provides credibility for curious shoppers and a point of assurance for the actual target audience.

Trick to Increase Credibility and Reduce Price Sensitivity (for 2019)

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Most sites are beginning to realize that reducing the amount of content on any given page can go a long way (when done correctly). However, sometimes adding an extra element can help conversion rates. But we need to be careful with what we choose to add and, perhaps more importantly, when and where. Something businesses are always concerned about is …

Improving Your Marketing Messaging in 2019

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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 …

My Holiday Shopping Experience

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Now that it’s the holiday season, we are seeing websites use many different strategies to increase conversions. Some of these strategies include special holiday sales, free holiday shipping, extended return and refund policies, and so on. While doing my Christmas shopping for one of my close friends, I decided to take some mental notes of my observations while on the …

Pitching Amazon

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Many shoppers only trust Amazon. So it makes sense let your site visitors know you also sell on Amazon. But, advertises their Amazon availability right on their homepage: The shopper is already on your site. So, does this strategy make sense to you? Am I missing something? There are literally 8 references to Amazon on just their homepage (see …