The purpose of your website is to bring you more business. Because of this, you’re most likely to focus your time and attention on the end of the funnel – the part where you make money.
As important as it is to optimize those last steps in the funnel, it can also be a dangerous distraction from what might be the most important conversion your website has to achieve.
Watch the video below to see what this most important conversion is and discover 5 simple steps for optimizing it:
OptimizePress is a very popular theme that transforms a WordPress website into something like a Swiss army knife for marketers. With it, you can easily create sales-pages, launch-pages and lead capture pages.
However, it is not the only theme of this kind and neither is it the newest. Is OptimizePress 2.0 the best option, or is there an alternative that’s better suited to your business?
Read this review to find out which of the following solutions takes the crown: 10 Minute Pages, Authority Pro 3, FlexSqueeze, InstaBuilder, OptimizePress 2.0, Premise, ProAffiliate Theme, ProfitsTheme, PT Instant, SalesPress Pro or WP Enlighten.
When someone asks me about how to get more traffic to a website, my answer usually something like this:
“The most important thing I do to get more traffic to my sites creating and selling good products.”
In this post, you’ll discover exactly how creating and selling great products is a traffic generation strategy in itself (when it’s done right). Read on to learn what steps you can take, to drive more traffic to your products and get more customers.
Nothing converts like a good video.
There are countless studies showing how effective videos are at turning visitors into customers. Certainly, video has been one of the most valuable additions to my marketing toolbox and I’ve been doing video for a long time.
But what exactly goes into making a high-conversion sales video? How do I go about creating these videos and what elements are included to make sure the video is engaging, interesting and leads to sales?
These are questions I get asked a lot and below is the most comprehensive answer I can give in a blog-post format.
Traffic is overrated.
There, I said it. Everyone worries about traffic and tries to get more of it. I did the same, when I was starting out.
Over the past few years, I have learnt about a skill that is much more valuable than traffic generation and focusing on this skill will get your business off the ground much more quickly.
Watch the video below to see what I mean:
I’ve published a review which pitted OptimizePress 2 against all the major WordPress sales-page-building themes and plugins. I’ve also published a review of LeadPages, which is an online application made for creating landing pages of various kinds.
OptimizePress 2.0 and LeadPages can’t really be called similar products, but there is quite a bit of overlap in their purpose.
To avoid any confusion and preemptively answer a question that’s bound to be on many people’s minds, here’s my tak eon LeadPages vs. OptimizePress 2:
Some web-pages are important, pivotal points in your business. Pages like opt-in pages, post-opt-in confirmation pages and webinar registration pages, for example.
Getting a higher conversion rate on such a pivotal page has a positive effect that carries on all the way through your funnel.
LeadPages is a software-as-a-service solution that is meant to make it especially easy to create (and improve) exactly these kinds of pivotal landing pages in your business. Check out this review to find out exactly what this software offers and whether it stands up to closer scrutiny.
Recently, Google rolled out a new “tabs” feature for Gmail users. Your email now gets automatically sorted into several categories like “promotions”, “social” or “forums”.
From reactions I’ve seen so far, for everyone who likes the feature, there seem to be at least 10 people who hate it (and I’m among them).
In this post, we’ll look at how you can improve Gmail sorting or get rid of the tabs altogether. Also, we’ll take a look at how this change affects email marketing and what you should do, if you have a mailing list.
WordPress is a brilliant platform for creating all kinds of websites and its popularity is well deserved. However, it was originally conceived as a simple blogging platform and if you use it for anything other than blogging, it does sometimes show its humble roots.
As soon as you want to create content that goes beyond text with basic formatting (e.g. columns, tabbed content, etc.), the WordPress editor can feel awfully limited. In response to this problem, various solutions have sprung up, that replace the WordPress editor with sophisticated drag-and-drop interfaces.
What do these plugins actually offer and do any of them really improve upon the standard editor? Read on to find out.
A few days ago, I launched my first “proper” online contest.
I had done a couple of very simple contests before, where I would compile entrants manually and pick winners via random numbers, but this was the first time I created a contest using a dedicated software to do so and with more bells and whistles I’d ever been able to add before.
In this post, I’ll show you all the results I got from running the contest and break down all the lessons I’ve learned from it. Be warned, though: what you’ll read below is probably not what you’re expecting…
Postling provides a “social media inbox” – a simple interface for you to manage and monitor social media and even blogs.
Does Postling’s less-is-more approach make for the killer app you’ve been waiting for, or does the tool under-deliver?
Watch this quick video review and tour, to find out:
Can Sprout Social help you grow and manage your social media presence, even on a large scale?
With built-in publishing, trend-watching and engagement tools for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, it looks like a promising solution for both individuals and teams.
Check out the video review below to see what Sprout Social is really made of: