- Facebook #hashtags–Just a waste of space?
- SEO – The shifting sands of optimisation
- Finding the UnGoogleable in Mobile Search
- Amazon continues testing for the perfect Shopping Cart!
- Duplicate Content Won’t Hurt You, Unless It’s Really Spammy
- Pinterest Beats Facebook & Twitter on Ecommerce Content Sharing [Study]
- As Mobile becomes more important so too does the Responsive Experience!
- 7 issues contributing to cart abandonment!
- Ecommerce conversion dependent on more than just the title!
- Pinterest Analytics paves way for more business marketing facilities
Monthly Archives: June 2009
Reputation not Price!
Of those surveyed only 26% said price was most important factor.
28% of more than 1,300 online users surveyed by Webcredible said that, despite the recession, reputation of the retailer was more than price when buying online mainly because of security fears.
Track email campaigns with Google Analytics
If you are not tracking the success of your email campaigns then you are missing a huge opportunity.
Assuming that you do have Google Analytics installed (if you don’t then do it now!) you can measure the interest different offers have on your email recipients.
By tagging links in your email campaigns Google Analytics can segment the clicks each link gets and you are able to monitor the conversion rate and success of each.
11 Ways to waste Money with Adwords
11 of the most common ways that can waste lots of money with Adwords advertising and reduce the effectiveness of your ad budget. They are not in any rank or order but the more important tend to be closer to the top!
How many web sites, once built, are almost abandoned?
What do I mean?
How many web site owners ignore the potential to communicate effectively with their visitors and Potential Customers.
Every visitor, well, almost every visitor, is a potential customer. Why would they have taken the trouble to search you out or click on your search result in Google or any of the search engines?
- Do you know what they were looking for?
- Do you know if they found it?
- Do you know what search engine they used?
- Do you know what they did on your web site to try and find it?
- Do you know what actual keyword or phrase they used to find your site?
- Do you know what pages/content they read?
- Do you know what pages or content they find of most interest?
- Do you know how long they stayed or how many pages they looked at?
- Do you know if they ever come back?
If you answer no to any of the above then you’ve abandoned your site, albeit unintentionally.
Copywriting for conversion – small change, BIG effect!
We know that little things can make a big difference. Changes to a headline or other piece of copy can make or break an ad or the effectiveness of a landing page or indeed any web page.
Amazon – Progessive and incremental changes for higher conversion
If you’ve been on Amazon.co.uk recently you will have noticed they are celebrating their 10th anniversary. How many can remember what Amazon’s site looked like 10 years ago?
I can’t remember either but I know it looked nothing like it does today!
Amazon UK’s big brother is three years older being launched in 1995 and this is what it looked like when it first arrived on the scene (on the right):-
Amazon re-design or Evolution?
Today is looks a lot different (below) and looks like it’s gone through some major re-design since first being launched when it just sold books.