Heuristic analysis: A step-by-step video guide for your website

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What’s a heuristic analysis, how do your run one and why on earth does it matter? If want to uncover new opportunities for optimization on your site or Don’t have enough traffic or monthly conversions (300+) to run a meaningful, statistically significant A/B test or You want to uncover any friction and roadblocks in your funnel so you can fix them and get those conversions up, … Then a heuristic analysis may just be the thing you need. Because when you run one – and you do it right – …

Two Emotional Triggers That Boost Conversions (Including Formulas)

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What really drives the way your prospects and customers make decisions? While we may like to think of ourselves as rational, logical, data-driven people who make informed choices, there’s something else going on beneath the surface. Something that influences everything we do and affects what we buy and who we buy it from… Just think about the number of choices you have to make every day. What to eat. What to wear. Which side of the bed to get up from. … And those are just the first of hundreds choices …

Use These 3 Psychological Triggers to Turn Visitors Into Customers (Workshop)

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Visitors don’t just stumble on your site by accident. They find you through the content marketing plan you painstakingly designed, the comprehensive SEO and linking strategy you built, the paid ads… … And all the other marketing you put in place. So while discovering you may feel like a stroke of fortune to your visitor, you know just how much work went into making that serendipitous encounter happen in the first place. But getting found is just the first step. Now you need to grab that visitor’s attention and show them …

How to Boost Conversions with Cialdini’s 7 Persuasion Principles

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How can you persuade visitors to your site to sign up for your newsletter or download that resource you painstakingly put together? How can you convince potential customers to buy your products and services? Or urge people to show up to your events or log into your software? Converting is about so much more than the quality of your product. It’s about the way you make people feel and just how persuasive you can be… That’s why marketers, conversion optimizers and copywriters use specific persuasion principles. These principles let you …

Workshop: How to Leverage Psychology and Persuasion to Increase Conversions

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What makes your customers choose your solution over your competitors’? Is it just down to the quality of your product? Back in 80s, as Coca Cola kept losing market share to Pepsi, they thought the problem had to be the product. Clearly Pepsi were making a better tasting soda… What else could explain the drop in sales? So they invested 4 million dollars (about $10 mil in today’s money) updating Coke’s flavor and… It was a complete disaster. Their sales plummeted. Turns out, people bought Coke for a lot more than …

Workshop: Ask Me Anything About Conversion Optimization

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Who doesn’t want to make more sales? To create a customer experience so smooth, people can’t help but fall for your product? That’s what conversion optimization really is. It’s taking every asset you use – whether that’s an email, a landing page or your home page – and transforming it into something your visitors and customers can’t help but click, engage and buy from. But this is a pretty tall order. That’s why in this workshop, we focused on answering all your questions about conversion optimization. We talked about B2B personas …

Workshop: How to Leverage Competitor Research to Increase Conversions

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Ever looked at a big competitor’s site and thought: Whoa. They sure know what they’re doing? Maybe I should try something similar… Yeah… A lot of us have. Truth is, you never really know what lies behind your competitors’ design, messaging and strategy. And directly comparing your features, pricing and pages to their features, pricing and pages won’t really get your that far. But there’s a different type of competitor analysis you can do – one that will reveal the way their customers feel about the industry, the product and …

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How to Get Into Your Customers’ Heads with Customer Interviews (and Increase Conversions)

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I’m not gonna pumpkin-spice coat it: interviewing customers is hard. Prompting vulnerable sharing from complete strangers is not something most people consider fun… Which is why I’ve heard just about every excuse for not interviewing customers: I don’t have any customers. I don’t want to bother my customers. No one has any time to talk to us. Customer interviews don’t give quantitative data. We don’t even get any good qualitative data from interviews. Just a bunch of whining. And my personal favorite: I know what my customers need. There are …

Workshop: How to use customer surveys to write high-converting copy

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Do you want to learn how to uncover the words your visitors need to see before they convert? Would you like to discover exactly how your customers feel about you, your products and your services and use that knowledge to write compelling copy, craft irresistible designs and create a delightful user experience? Because if you’re going to get people to do anything, you need to help them see themselves on the page. And there’s no simpler way to do this than by running visitor and customer surveys. A survey helps you get …

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My 3-Step Process for Setting Goals You’ll Actually Follow

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It’s that time of the year again… planning time. That time, where I suddenly have all the time in the world to do everything on my to-do list, just to avoid the dreaded yearly planning session. Thing is, for years I’d try to plan my year (heck, sometimes I even tried making a 5 year plan!) but I’d just strike out. It’s not that I didn’t know what I wanted to achieve, or that I didn’t have a general sense of where I was going, it’s just that like most businesses, I …