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.
Encouraged by the recent interest in our one-click toll-free online phone service GreenCaller, we have made a web search on the location of our customers. You can see the results on the map below. We are proud that GreenCaller is already widely used by European enterprise customers, and we are more than happy to have our first user from the Far East, namely, the Philippines.
Let’s keep up this trend, okay?
Online shopping has become “default setting” in a lot of business areas, and probably the most widely so in the tourism sector. With the rapid expansion of online booking, businesses operating in tourism are having vast opportunities to market themselves to travelers. However, competition has become even tougher in this sector. Let me only hint at the overwhelming success of such sites as booking.com or hotels.com.
Online dating sites have one common goal: to enhance user activity in order to make more money. Our creative ideas will help them to increase interaction even when the user are offline.
Creative user interaction: More user communication > more user activity > more income (pinkcaller.com)