How to improve conversion rates ?
For those who do not blog for pleasure,
the web is more than an ocean.
Know your why’s and how’s
Selling products or services?
As long as your traffic does not convert into customers
it is of no use.
Whether it be purchases, downloads, subscriptions, comments.
You need response. Action.
Where do you find your conversion rate?
A way to track your conversions is through google analytics.
You can do that through google analytics or a wordpress plugin like GADWP.
The Google Analytics for WordPress (GADWP) plugin enables you to track your stats within your site. A Very handy plugin
What is a good conversion rate?
Ideally between 2% and 3%
unless you focus on a target public
with higher interest in your products or services.
How can we improve the rates?
By having a high leveled website
with excellent speed, visibility and design.
– Have a responsive web design that is mobile friendly .
– Invite your reader to interact (social sharing, subscription, call to action)
– Make sure your website is not dull with stuffy content, bad images, no navigation, lack of information,… there is a whole list to work on. I know.
– Target your audience, your niche.
– Keep it updated and speedy
– Check the health of your website with google, bing and other webtools. Google analytics being the most important one when it comes to checking your conversion rates.
– Take time to study and deepen the subject. It is not done overnight.
Some video tutorials
How to add your website on google analytics
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My conversion rate is not the greatest right now. I know it’ll get better with more people coming into my site. I’m going to be coming back to this site to find more tips and tools to build my business.
Hi Didi, glad it helped you a little. Will do my best to keep it simple.Thank you.