“Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.” —Napoleon Bonaparte
When your competitors make mistakes, it makes winning so much easier. But what if it’s you who is making a mistake, while your competitors are off to the races? You won’t know until you figure out what your competitors are up to.
Knowing what the competitors are doing—how they’re thinking about the market, which tactics they’re using, how they’re crafting messages and design—can make all the difference in the battle for customers.
Conversions are mostly about being relevant to your customers. If what you offer and the way you present it is relevant to your visitors they will convert to buying customers.
Then again if you don’t understand who your customer is or worse it’s “everybody” then you have very little change of being successful at it.
Wondering how to write “compelling” copy? Consider this.
According to a 2012 psychological study conducted in France by psychologist Remi Radel, humans can perceive the meaning of words in as little as 1/300th of a second.
Most people shop online to find lower prices, right?
There are hundreds of ways to increase the conversion rate of a website: A/B testing, customer surveys, and usability studies are all hugely important techniques. But what about spying?