There’s an old adage that a woman decides whether or not she’s interested in a man 30 seconds after meeting him. A study in 2010 actually suggests that this figure is closer to 3 minutes. Either way, the point remains that first impressions are extremely important.
Making your site work for users is the key to achieving your conversion goals. That means looking after the principles of web usability: availability and accessibility, clarity, learnability, credibility and relevancy. Here are 12 tips from recent articles on web usability to help you nail this important conversion
Ask anyone and they will tell you that slow speed kills conversions — and it’s not just their imagination. Matt Schmitz, Web Performance Engineer at Dotcom-Monitor, points out: “Speed is incredibly important with respect to conversions, as most people are beginning to realize. We’re living in such different times from the 1990s/early 2000s when waiting […]
Regular testing and tweaking should be standard practice for every business owner. Regardless of how well your site is performing, it can probably do even better. But let’s take a step back from tweaking (not to be confused with twerking — although you should probably step back from that too) for conversions for a moment, […]
Like most people, I’m using mobile devices more at different times of day. And like most people, I’m looking for a seamless experience that moves smoothly between devices. Sadly, that’s not always what happens. I recently visited a website using a mobile browser on my Android tablet. I can’t remember what information I was looking […]
User intent is a major factor in search engine optimization and conversion optimization. Most of the talk about customer intent, however, is focused on SEO not CRO. The fact is, however, CRO and SEO converge so closely in this area, it’s impossible to separate the two. I want to take a fresh look at user […]