https://youtu.be/nBx4b8mXtd4 It’s not just the times that change, it’s the customer, too. If you’re using only old marketing tactics from 2000, or even 2012, you’re on the wrong track. Customers are evolving, and so are their needs. Fail to meet their needs, fail to get their cash. We’ve collected relevant articles, statistics and survey results that clearly illustrate what customers want, and how you can give them what they want, quickly and easily.
https://youtu.be/floxndI50zs Everyone wants to get the most sales from the visitors that frequent their websites. One of the most important things that you can do to potentially increase your conversion rate is to provide visitors with a clear, concise, intriguing and believable value proposition. If visitors can’t see the value of your product or service, they won’t buy from you – no matter how beautifully designed your website may be. Optimizing value propositions is a continual process that involves identifying, expressing, and testing/measuring. But getting it right could mean the difference between making the sale or not.
https://youtu.be/nuKfoBBQU0k Customer-centric is a key phrase that you’ve probably seen around (yawn, I know.). Customer-centric is one of those things that sounds a lot more complex than it actually is. To simplify, customer-centricity comes down to is this: Put your customer first when doing anything business related and you’ll make more money. It’s easy for merchants to get caught up in their image and forget about the most important people in business: The customer. This is an important concept when it comes to website design.
http://epicecommercetools.com/2015/10/08/it-can-be-a-clear-path/ So you have a new product or service on the market…and it’s a good one. You might even have a stellar professional sales team in your employ or you might be a one man army filling that role yourself. But then again, if you’re like millions of entrepreneurs across the globe, you have a website doing some or maybe even all of this work for you. Regardless of what role your website plays in your sales process, it only stands to reason that you’re going to need it to perform. But, you know this already. You understand that increasing your conversion rates will increase your profit; it’s simple math.