Every good Internet business understands the value of hits versus conversions received. Far too often, businesses become fixated on the hits they are receiving instead of monitoring their hit to sale conversion rate. Because it fails to take in the issue of abandonment, this misguided focus is the road to ruin.
" Abandonment" is one of those terms that has a unique meaning when applied to the Internet. The term refers to reasons why a user leaves a site before taking the action the site owner desires, typically purchasing a product or making an inquiry.
These sites rarely turn a profit or unnecessarily limit their profit potential. Site owners must focus on only one thing when building a site-- converting visitors to customers.
By Donna Gain
One of the common questions among clients is how they can get more visitors on their websites. While the website doesn't have anything wrong with it as it is professionally designed but the problem is that it is not promoted well enough to get more visitors.
If you want your audience to pay attention to your work, you need to earn it. You cannot expect your job to speak for itself and accept that marketing is a part of your job.
Here are four ways which you can use to attract the right kind of visitors to your website.
1. Create and amazing blog.
You must not only post here when you have a new client or something new to sell, but you must make a blog that can grab people's attention by giving entertaining and useful material regularly.
You can write about
• How you made the product - with pictures and videos.
• From what you were inspired - your audience will like it if you like it as well.
• How your viewers can make a similar product to yours
• Also about any gadget that helped you made your work better.
Instead of writing your opinions in a long paragraph, you can:
• Devote an entire blog for ONE idea.
• Make a compelling headline.
• Give solid examples.
• Invite comments that end by a question.