Web Design

Conversion Optimization 101: Optimize Your Product Image to Sell

Last week’s Conversion Optimization 101 challenge, asked you to look at the eBags TLS Workstation Laptop Backpack and the product image(s) they use. I asked you to let me know what  things would you test as the primary image display? They have multiple images, are all the best ones there? They even have a video, what would you do with it? So what things would you test as the primary image display? They have multiple images, are all the best ones there? They even…

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Conversion Optimization 101: Optimizing Complex Web Forms (w/ 10 Point Checklist)

Last week, I asked you to review and comment on how you would optimize this beautifully designed, but non-optimized form: The three most common form design problems: Forms that fail to reduce fear Forms that fail to build trust and credibility Forms that fail to reinforce benefits Unfortunately, this form page suffers from all three issues. Whenever we look at optimizing forms we should review each of the 7 form factors that affect form conversion: Size – the form looks…

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Just One Thing

Do you remember the movie where an ad executive played by Billy Crystal takes time off to go on a cattle drive and he befriends an old cowboy, Curly, played by Jack Palance? While they are out, Billy’s character, who is in search of the secret of life, is told by Curly, as he lifts his index finger, that the secret of life is “Just one thing.” Sometimes I feel like that old cowboy. Being a pioneer in marketing optimization…

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Conversion Optimization 101: When Ads and Landing Page Don’t Stink!

Last week I asked how you would improve scent from this NetFlix ad and landing page combination, I found while looking at FaceBook on my iPad. From a scent perspective the issues include: a mismatch of languages mixed messaging in the offers image issues – if I was on my iPad the landing page could have used a picture of someone holding an iPad. while they did try to maintain the color scheme of their ad and of Facebook, it broke…

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Conversion Optimization 101: Could You Help?

Yesterday, I went to a website to make a donation for a friend who is running in the NYC Marathon. As I was finishing entering all my information and was on my last step I saw the following call to action: What’s wrong with this picture? How would you fix it? P.S. Extra credit if you can get this non-profit site (I won’t tell you who it is) to fix it since it must be costing them in money raised…

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The Product Page 2012: 7 Must-Test Elements

All retailers have product pages. Some product pages are good in that they help you sell. Some product pages are neutral in that they don’t detract from making a sale. Some product pages – well, they hurt your sales. Is your product page earning it’s keep? Is it attracting and engaging qualified buyers? Does it have a profitable look-to-book ratio? Product pages must work harder than ever before, since visitors are demanding more from your product pages than they ever…

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Online Form Optimization: 3 Simple Form Problems to Fix

I’ve spent almost 15 years of my life helping companies to get their visitors to fill out and submit forms online. Forms to request information, to attend events, to sign up for a service, to complete an order, all sorts of forms. Web forms are a transaction. You need to look at them as an exchange of information and value in exchange for something of value you promise in your offer. When you don’t look at it as an exchange…

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Us…

It’s often the most neglected page on your website; if you even have this page. However, if you do, it is very likely among the most visited pages. I may be dating myself but it is the Rodney Dangerfield of web pages. It gets no respect. Do you have an “about us” page? Is it performing at the level it should be? As brands, we should want people to like us, to share our values, to feel validated by doing business with…

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