Information was interesting but really confusing for a newbie. I just mean you should first complete the part "generating more traffic" and then skip to the next one. Rest! Everything was quite emphasizing.hakim wrote:You want more traffic.
You want more leads.
You want more sales.
We all do.
Here’s something interesting I read recently.
“Businesses with 1-5 employees get on normal between 12-20 visitors per day to their website.”
Check out the study for yourself from Hubspot. Why is this interesting?
It demonstrates most businesses don’t get a ton of traffic to their sites. There’s a ton of competition out there for your user’s attention. And everyone thinks that the secret to growing their business is definitely to mindlessly churn blog posts, guest posts, and social media posts hoping that it prospects to more sales.
It’s difficult - if this was easy we’d all end up being sipping mojitos in a seaside in Koh Samui.
Whether you’re an internet designer/programmer, or you’re promoting an affiliate marketer give like Shopify, there are HUGE possibilities to profit from your on-going visitors.
There’s a much actually, much easier method to grow. I want to share some mathematics to assist you understand.
Imagine should you have a campaigns web page - you’re attempting to market a product or possibly it’s for collecting email addresses.
If your original web page gets: 10,000 visits a complete month, with a 2 percent conversion rate = 200 converted referrals.
Not bad. Lets make an effort to boost our conversions. That can be done 1 of 2 things:
Number 1. You can test to double the visitors: 20,000 visits per month, with a 2 percent conversion price = 400 conversions.
Consider a second to think about the amount of work it’d take to double your traffic. That’s going to be weeks/years of blog posting, SEO, and sociable media work.
Number 2. You can try to double the conversion rate: 10,000 visits a month, with a 4 percent conversion rate = 400 conversions.
You learn about sales psychology.
You learn about squeeze page optimization.
You make a few changes to your landing webpages.
Both methods end up getting the same amount of conversions, but I think one method is superior. If you focus on trying to double your conversion rates, you get the same results with far, far less effort.
I’m not saying you shouldn’t focus on trying to grow your traffic. I’m saying that people don’t focus enough on optimizing what they already have. It drives me crazy seeing how many people have horribly converting landing pages, when makes it so easy for you to improve it.
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aditibarman65 wrote:Affiliate Marketing is the buzz word of today's world of digital marketing. Many popular and not so popular brands are adopting affiliate marketing strategies to strengthen their on-line leads generation and conversion. Here are some useful strategies that can be used in the affiliate marketing -
1) Grab sales with Coupons, Deals and Promotions
2) Get connected to social influencers and bloggers in the relevant niche, as they can effectively build trust for your brands among the target audience
3) Create an effective affiliate network
4) Use multiple affiliate sources such as email marketing, YouTube video marketing etc
5) Take a good care of your product page for better conversion rate, such as improved page loading speed, enough information, quality images etc
Hope these suggestions will bear fruitful result.
All the very best!!
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