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Kick That Conversion – Score Big With Your Website’s Visitor-To-Lead Conversion Rate Using SEO and Other Essential Strategies

Expert Tips for Conversion Rate Using SEO and Other Essential Strategies

 

Focusing your attention on the type of visitors you want to attract to your website is a major part of increasing your visitor-to-lead conversion rate.  Making your site a haven for warm leads is essential to your success. Concerns regarding the quality of your leads should be just as high up your list of site goals as the focus on the foot traffic. Quality and quantity are a non-negotiable, interconnected, dynamic duo.

User Experience (UX)

Your site needs to be stylish, approachable and trustworthy–just like your favorite leading lady or leading man in that iconic role you love. A clear and uncluttered website, with a focused call-to-action, interactive content, aligned branding, and intuitive design principles, will make your site visitor more likely to achieve conversion. 

Removal of all friction between the customer and your goal action for them is equally important. While it is tempting to add in lots of additional products and ideas, as they cruise down the home straight to take your desired action, it can create unexpected hurdles and the last thing anyone wants is a disqualification as your ‘near conversion’ flounces off the pitch in disgust and frustration from what should have been a simple process. 

Value Proposition

Here we are, down to the nitty-gritty of the sales pitch. However, this isn’t any old school sales patter. Give them absolute clarity of vision. This is the real deal of why your customer should invest their financial and social resources on your product or service. You are sure to be the savvy and practical answer to their specific problem, because they found their way to you, and because you are investing the best of yourself in what you offer. So tell them that. Offer valid reasons, a solid value proposition, why they need you and your brand.

Improved SEO

Where is a discussion about web marketing without a reference SEO? It is truly the roadmap for all serious entrepreneurs and businesses. Without it, you have little-to-no direction, and no-one can find you. Yet with it in hand, the landscape opens up and opportunities abound. Make sure all of your SEO keyword opportunities are maximized, and updated regularly. Without this essential box ticked, all those lovely organic searches with strong purchase intent will breeze past you from the half-way line.

Multiple Personas 

Facebook has the data, you have the creativity and vision, and so, with a decent dollop of analytics, you have a pretty solid team. Focus on the capacity to visualise the personas of the people you want to turn from cold visitors to warm leads and conversions. These personas will be able to show you how best to interact with your real-life site visitors. They will also show you who the real visitors are. Not the expected, not the projected, but the real. You might find that a different, broader version of a non-traditional demographic than expected, is engaging with your brand. Rather than trying to corral the people you think ‘should’ be there, you are then in the enviable position of being able to tailor your style to suit them, encouraging an ever-rising conversion rate.

Website Experiments

As the saying goes, there are so many different ways to skin the proverbial cat that you won’t be able to please all of the people, all of the time. But with a keen eye on your analytics and a bit of experimentation, you will be able to find out what the majority want and tailor your sales plan and web site to fit those expectations. You are also best placed to utilise chatbots when you have deduced your best visitor personas and are in experimentation mode, ready to gain and utilise even more analytics. Try different marketing channels, and audit different aspects of your sales conversion funnel, especially if your analytics look rough in one area. Test what works in reality, not just in theory. And keep testing!

Climbing Conversion Rates 

It’s what we all strive for, and with a few adjustments to your processes, you will see that your time poring over statistics and analysing data has been well spent. This is something that will need to be done regularly to keep the flow of savvy, focused-on-the-next-big -thing customers engaging with your site. After all, this is a process, a journey. It is never static, and it is never done! Keep kicking those conversions!

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