Have you ever invested your time and energy reading through a website only to find there was no way to get in touch with anyone when you had a question?
Frustrating, isn’t it?
Surely, you’re not frustrating your own online visitors like that… right?
While the contact page may not be the most important page on your site, it’s still pretty damn important. In fact, it’s considered one of the four most important pages on a website along with the home, about us, and blog pages.
But there’s more to it than giving people a way to get in touch with you. Like the other important pages on your site, there are tips, tricks, and best practices you should follow when crafting your high performing contact page.
In July 2018, we introduced the new contact form feature in Thrive Architect along with four tips to help you create better contact forms.
Today, we’re going to show you even more contact page best practices along with some good and bad examples for you to study.
When looking for a WordPress pricing table plugin, you'll find a ton of solutions... But very few of them satisfy your needs if you want to quickly build a conversion focused pricing table.
What you're really looking for in a pricing table tool is:
Does that sound about right?
If so, I'd like to inform you that your pricing table search is now over. Check out the video to see why you no longer need a separate pricing table plugin...
A visitor arrives at your website to read an article. 3 weeks later you receive a payment notification telling you that they just bought the most highly priced product you sell.
But here’s the magic: You didn’t do anything during those 3 weeks, yet the visitor moved through a perfectly crafted and optimized marketing funnel that did all the hard work for you.
This is exactly what Ramit Sethi is doing to sell his premium courses and in this article we’ll take a deep dive into how he has built a conversion optimized funnel that is selling his products on autopilot.
Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle...
And in essence, both the "wiggle, wiggle, wiggle" Jason sings about and the hover animations do the same thing:
Attract the audience's attention
Don’t you love getting a better bang for your buck?
If you’re spending money on Facebook Ads for your online business, every dollar counts.
The better you are at decreasing your cost per action (CPA) (i.e. the average price you pay Facebook for your conversion goal—lead, purchase, add to cart, etc.), the quicker you’ll make money from Facebook ads.
But when you’re new to Facebook ads, or to conversion optimization, it’s normal to feel as ill-equipped to decrease your CPA as a deep-sea tube worm performing brain surgery.
Check out this cool 're-dip strategy' to discover how you can launch a Facebook ad campaign and then use it to help you decrease your cost per lead by strategically increasing the conversion rate of the landing page where you send the Facebook ad traffic.
We used it to increase the conversions (and therefore, decrease our cost per lead) of a landing page by 47.74%…
“I know how to create great content for my website...but how can I do it better, faster and with fewer headaches?!”
That’s the big question a lot of online business owners start asking themselves whenever their content marketing starts to drag.
If you produce blog content for your website on a frequent schedule, I’m sure you’ve felt this frustration before.
So to help you get a step ahead of that relentless publishing monster, this post will show you 20 + 1 must have Google Chrome extensions you should’ve been using yesterday to accelerate your content creation process.
It's publish-time again. You can feel the dread of the deadline approaching.
Consistently pumping quality articles to meet the endless demand of your content hungry audience can be stressful at best.
Thankfully, there's an article format that's quick to write and can result in massive engagement when done properly: the list post.
What is a list post, you may ask: any article built around a list of points is called a list post, or a listicle. Content writers all over the internet have adapted it as their go-to format.
Regardless of your niche, this type of article allows you to write quick content that can drive a ton of traffic to your website. It's quick to write, it's fun to read, and a properly executed list post has great potential to go viral.
Except they rarely do.
Most list posts out there end up as useless filler that no one ever talks about.
Let's make sure you don't become one of them. Let's make sure you can write amazing list posts quickly and every time.
When’s the last time you double checked what your homepage, blog posts and landing pages look like on mobile?
No worries...I’ll wait here while you go take a look. ;-)
If you’re like most people, you haven’t been giving your mobile landing pages the treatment they deserve.
Sally's about to travel to Italy and arrives on your website where she finds the perfect opt-in offer "A local’s guide to Rome’s gourmet food scene". However, when she's about to download it, the opt-in button states "Submit".
She's confused and slightly worried... Will she get the guide if she submits the form?
She closes your site and goes back to Google to look for another option.
Bummer, right? She was your perfect lead. But that one word triggered a feeling of uncertainty that made her leave.
How can you make sure to avoid this type of anxiety in your visitors' mind?
The answer: Specific call-to-action (CTA) buttons.
The new European data protection regulations (GDPR) are right around the corner and many website owners are in a panic. There’s been a lot of talk about rules, regulations and hefty fines that await those that don’t comply.
Most “how to GDPR” content seems to suggest that you have to add multiple checkboxes, prompts and extra steps all over your website.
In this post, we’ll take a look at what GDPR actually means for small business entrepreneurs and email marketers. And you’ll discover ways in which you can make your website compliant without sacrificing your visitors’ user experience or your conversion rates.
Disclaimer: I’m not a lawyer and this post does not contain legal advice. Always work with your legal counsel to determine the right decisions to make about regulations.