We found a blog post thief – not even the slightest bit of credit for either of the 2 posts they stole! Luckily we still host the images…
It’s been almost a year since Amazon Checkout has ruled out in the UK but strangely enough is still hardly used by our E-commerce players. For sure, i don’t have any precise data on the usage within the industry (any links are highly welcome) but based on a simple old school observation technique we can conclude that it’s not even close to the results it was expected to reach. How many UK Ecom sites using amazon checkout you actually saw? Then compare that to the Paypal or Worldpay.
This might sound a little over-confident, but I think I’m an ideal prospect for the majority of e-commerce shops. When you are involved in CRO on a daily basis, all ther dramatic conversion roadblocks like usability, friction or anxiety factors just don’t affect you anymore. I spot things more easily but at the same don’t react [...]
It’s been quite a while since the new interface and we finally got our email scheduler and PDF export back. That was the only reason so many analysts were still [...]
Topics this month:
Introducing Flow Visualisation
Big Issue Vendor
There are some truly brilliant Big Issue sellers out there and it strikes me that listening in to how these inspirational characters are seeking to capture your attention can be a way of generating good headlines for websites and AdWords ads.
I know I have heard better but this one [...]
I’ve been told I’m an angry person. I don’t agree, however I will admit it’s probably true when it comes to computers and anything online. And what gets me most annoyed is when things should be really good and useful and lovely but then aren’t, and turn out to be really annoying and irritating and crappy. Enter Google’s Adwords Campaign Experiments…
The internet marketing industry is full of shysters. This is not really a discussion starter – it’s a fact. During this series I want to talk about the quite popular myths in my favourite area of CRO. Today we address:
Myth 1 – The fold
Myth 2 – Users don’t scroll
Myth 3 – Content on long pages is less likely to be seen than on short ones
Google have just released a whitepaper – Beyond last click: Understanding your consumers’ online path to purchase – with some very interesting stats about the purchase path length and types across different verticals. I’ve summarised the important points from a search perspective.
In the first chapter of this series of posts we tried to cover the email capturing forms and some basic tactics on how to optimise both form and supportive elements in order to maximise the subscription rate but not severely damage the quality of subscriptions. I’ve been covering the importance and incredible business value of web forms in the first chapter as well so if you just stumbled on this page – do check the 1st part
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