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5 simple tips for increasing conversion rates

Consumed => “5 Quick Tips for Writing a Successful Landing Page” by Todd Bailey on Search Engine Guide.

http://www.searchengineguide.com/todd-bailey/5-quick-tips-for-writing-a-successful-la.php

=> My value add (i.e., left a comment)…

While somewhat a tweak of, “Make sure the heading on the page aligns with the search term bringing people to the site,” I’d like to add:

Make sure you’re getting the right visitors to the site / page to begin with.

Casting a wide net – also known as tossing sh*t at the wall to see what sticks – is nonsense. Granted, for early testing it’s helpful but once you’re serious the crap should be cut and the focus should be on quality visits, not quantity.

I admit that for some this is stating the obvious, but too many others it’s an ah-ha moment.

Great post. Yet another one that falls under, “Those who most need to read it are probably the least likely to do so.”

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