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Pilot using checklist

What if there were a method—even a process—that you could apply to increase website sales? Wouldn’t that be swell? Well, there is.

I’ve turned it into a checklist.

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A-B Testing tools

A/B testing is no longer a new field. Finding a proper A/B testing tool isn’t the problem anymore. Now, the problem is choosing the right one.

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River flow

User flow is the path a user follows through your website interface to complete a task—make a reservation, purchase a product, subscribe to something. It’s also called a user journey.

And it has a massive impact on conversions.

To maximize your conversions, you have to get the user flow right on your site. Do it by building a user flow that matches user’s needs.

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Example of a good error message on Google

Your users will make mistakes. It’s inevitable. That’s what error messages are for—but so many companies fail to follow best practices, and they’re pissing off potential customers in the process.

So, how can we better design error messages to improve the user experience and increase conversions?

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Sign-Up Flows: A Friction-Based Analysis (with Examples)

Friction is “the psychological resistance that your visitors experience when trying to complete an action.” It’s also a conversion killer.

You can optimize your value proposition or call to action buttons all you want, but if your sign-up flow contains too much friction, you’re leaving money on the table.

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An example of serial position effect

You put tons of time into creating your product, experimenting with acquisition channels, and honing your messaging.

Yet here I am, about to tell you that consumers are often swayed by such subtle nudges as the order in which you present your products, or the “serial position effect.”

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cheesy stock photo handshake.

When it comes to online imagery, it’s not so much about having images as making sure those images give the visitor a sense of texture, size, scale, detail, context, brand.

According to MDG Advertising, 67% of online shoppers rated high-quality images as being “very important” to their purchase decision, which was slightly more than “product specific information,” “long descriptions,” and “reviews and ratings”:

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Visual Cues in Digital Marketing: How to Use Them (With Examples)

A large part of landing page optimization is focusing your visitors’ attention on what matters.

There are many design theories on how exactly to do that. Most will include using what is known as a visual cue to direct attention towards a desired object.

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Social Media Login

We are always striving to boost conversion rates and encourage users to engage more.

Forward-looking businesses are using social login, also known as social sign-on, to do just that.

For the uninitiated, social login allows users to access websites using their existing social account IDs, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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Airplane in the sky

A landing page is the first page that visitors see after clicking on your banner ad, PPC ad, or promotional email. It can be a specific page on your website or a separate page created exclusively for search engines.

Landing pages direct visitors to take a specific action, such as making a purchase, completing a registration, or subscribing to your email list.

Your landing page often determines the success of your ad campaign. A good landing page equals good ROI. A crappy landing page (needlessly) wastes money.

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