Telecommunication has become much easier recently and in the age of cell phones or low-rate distance calls, you might ask yourself: “Do I need a toll free number for my business?” There are several pros and cons to answer this question. Let me highlight some reasoning from the point of view of a small business owner. Continue reading
Less than 5 percent – that’s how many of a website’s visitors turn into real customers. At least according to global online sales statistics.
This proportion may seem surprisingly low. But keep in mind: it is a very long road that takes from visiting a website to actually purchasing a product or a service there.
Statistics show that 90-95 percent of visitors to any small or medium-sized company’s website end up making their purchase somewhere else, most likely on the competitor’s website. The obvious reasoning says they probably didn’t find what they were looking for on the website they visited first.
Fortunately, there are ways to accomplish both. We made a little survey among our multi-fold clients to find the ‘secret recipe’ for successful online client conversion. That is, turning website visitors into customers.
Let me share with you my top 5 online tips not only for retaining, but also for acquiring new customers:
1.) Use new, eye-catching and customer-friendly technology solutions in order to draw visitors’ attention.
Try to emerge from the crowd of competitors with an extra service, a new gadget that creates interest and raises the attention of your visitors. If possible, offer them some convenient, easy-to-use solution that really gives added value to your core service.
2.) Help your visitor right at the time of the purchasing decision.
No website can answer all the questions of its visitors. What we all do if there is no answer is clicking and jumping to the next search item in Google. To minimize bounces, provide immediate and free one-click access to customer and sales support on your website.