29 September, 2014, 03:28 AM
How Some Companies Succeed at Converting Visitors yet Fail to Earn Great Customers
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18 March, 2015, 04:59 AM
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18 March, 2015, 16:36 PM
First, the answer to this post given by previous post has nothing to do with the damn subject!
Again, a newbie inserting the same crap all the time (good content, blah blah blah).
SOmetimes, most visitors just want a particular product or service.
Nothing else gets them excited enough to come back and buy again.
And lots of people (I am one) will check out a site for their products, prices, etc.
And not buy for any number of reasons.
Case in point: wife and I spent a few months looking at every known site it seems that sold bed frames. Not regular bed frames, but just the bed frame where one does not need headboards, etc or a box spring.
Eventually made our decision last month and bought one.
So all the sites got us as visitors, got us as interested visitors, got us almost to the point of buying.
But only one site won out!
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