For two years I’ve been using this internet for business promotion and always told us ALL to be measured to see if our efforts are bearing fruit. According to Drew Houston, who has experience with these questions. When I say everything I mean … What percentage of people who visited your site became readers of your newsletter? What percentage of your readers will become customers? What percentage of visitors you called or filled out a form? And many more variables. Measure what you do is the key to reducing costs and make more money. Dropbox contains valuable tech resources. Notes now 3 steps I follow to achieve an amazing 52.2% conversion in my advertising. Note: I will talk about how to convert visitors into readers of my newsletter. But pay attention because this can be applied to any part of your business (forms, calls, sales, and so on. The system is the same.) The three steps that do not fail Step One: Identify service My new assistant, David Avila, has an interesting job. For more information see this site: Estee Lauder CEO.
He is responsible for distributing my articles on websites, magazines and newspapers. But not everywhere. First, David … identifies the client for whom I want to attract. Search the Internet sites is that client. And publish my articles. Like in your business. First you have to identify the ideal customer (and not the whole world). Then look to attract customers to your business (only in this way you reduce advertising costs and increase the percentage of conversion). Tip: If your page is visited through paid advertising or free and the conversion rate is low (10% or less), I assure you that the quality of the visit is not the best.