Are You Comparing Your Site To Your Competition?

yoursite-vs-yourcompetitionBelieve it or not, the top people in your niche may have something going that you may be missing. A lot of this boils down to knowing your entire niche and what they are writing about. The other part is being mindful of what your visitors are searching for on your site. So, if you’re still having issues coming out on top, are you comparing your site to your competition?

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The Conversionator V3 N25: Weekly Insights and Ideas

Weekly Roundup of Conversion Ideas

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This week’s edition includes an outline on how to write how-to posts, tips for integrating social media activities, suggestions for using Amazon to further content marketing goals, a mindmapping tool review, and points out things you should be doing with Google Analytics:

Tips to Boost Your Average Order

The Conversionator V3 N20: Weekly Insights and Ideas

SuperMax ConversionatorThis week’s edition includes tips for increasing your average order value, simple steps to making your website more user friendly, leveraging your thank-you pages, practices to help increase your conversion rate, and some Google Analytics tips:

– Increasing your average order value (AOV) is something that is often overlooked.  Amp Up Your Ecommerce: 7 Tactics to Boost Average Order Value from KISSmetrics covers 7 simple tactics that you can implement on your site and also has some tips on how to take these concepts further

How to Choose Which Web Pages to Test

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Testing forms an essential part of your overall landing page optimization strategy, because only through testing can you determine which changes will effectively increase your conversion rate.

But on a website that includes thousands of pages, knowing which pages to test first can be a challenge. Let’s take a look at some analytics that will help you make that important decision.

The Conversionator V1 N4: Analytics, Site Bounce, Optimization and Usability Lists

The Conversionator™ V1 N4: Weekly Insights and Ideas

Conversionator Volume 1 Number 4Given the increased amount of lists we all are making (and checking twice) at this time of year, lists are running rampant right now so with the seasonal onslaught in mind this week’s Conversionator edition is focused on analytics, site bounce, optimization and usability lists:

– The Get Elastic blog from Elastic Path Software compiled a list of 5 tips for leveraging analytics during the holiday season while minimizing your time their recent Analyze This: 5 Analytics Tips for the Holiday Season post

Landing Page Tips You Can Start Using Today

The Conversionator V1 N1: Weekly Insights and Ideas

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Max The Conversionator

Topics covered this week:  Conversion Optimization and Analytics, Google Instant Preview, and Landing Pages Conversion Conversations

This week we’re starting a new series that will highlight some of the stand-out content on all things conversion that we come across. This week’s edition is all about tips:

– Digital Scientists compiled their best digital marketing analytics strategies to create their Top 50 conversion optimization and analytics tips to optimize conversions, increase sales and generate profits. There are a lot of great tips here that are often overlooked, making this one a must-read

Have You Started Testing Yet?

You’re a savvy online business owner and you know the value of pulling customers to your website.  Chances are, you’ve already invested in some sort of AdWords or pay-per-click referral system.  Good!  You’re bringing customers to your door.  Now let’s look at the next step – getting them through your door.  The quality of your landing page makes the difference between wasted advertising dollars and well-spent ones.  Some landing page testing can help you refine your landing page to make sure visitors keep moving toward conversion.

Five Best Free Web Analytics Tools

Everyone likes free stuff, especially if that free stuff can boost your website conversion rate. Here are five free tools available online to help you get started analyzing your website.

  1. Google Analytics – Certainly not the first web analytics tool out there, but easily the most popular, Google Analytics absolutely dominates the field, here. The developers pride themselves on its efficient displays and reporting functions, and frequent updates ensure a cutting edge experience. A big plus here is the ability to graphically separate different user demographics and explore your visitor data visually. The biggest complaint against the tool—that website accounts could never be deleted—has been resolved, leaving Google Analytics a strong option for anyone wanting to improve their website.