The Ultimate E-Commerce Conversion Rate Optimisation Course
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 article
- 12 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Increase your online sales
- Better understand your online customer
- Access tools to improve your sites conversion
- Learn the 5 biggest conversion killers
- Discover the 11 areas of CRO that can make the biggest difference
- Basic understanding of ecommerce
- Willingness to make changes
This course is geared specifically towards E-commerce business owners and any one who wants to increase their e-commerce conversion rate on their store.
This course draws in the very best insight from a host of international agencies, clients and seasoned E-commerce consultants, using their split test data compiled to show you exactly how to optimise your store for maximum conversions.
All of this information has been compiled into 10 easy to consume, easy to digest and easy to act upon sections (with more planned in the next 12 months).
I share with you what I find works best for the:
- Header of your store
- Footer of your store
- Home page (including three tactics of how to sell directly from the home page, even to first time visitors)
- Videos and images you use
- Product pages
- Checkout process
- Information touch points
- And even down to the best way to deliver shipping and returns information, as well as making sure your site is as fast as possible with easy site speed optimisation tactics.
I even discuss how to use strategically delivered re-marketing campaigns that are built around a solid three step funnel so your message is always delivered to the right consumer at the right time in the right context.
This is the very best in E-commerce conversion rate optimisation so that when you are driving traffic you can get the most value from that traffic.
If your technical skills are lacking or you don't have dedicated webmaster support, don't worry. In this course we have you covered providing you with either free or low cost solutions for implementing all of the changes you may want to make.
Don't worry about what sort of site you have, WordPress, Magento or even some sort customer build. The strategies we talk about in this course can be applied equally no matter what sort of site you have or what products you sell.
Inside this course you will see a wide range of examples and case studies from:
- Furniture retailers
- Fashion Brands
- Food and many more.
30 Money Back Guarantee. Take the course for 30 days, try it, implement what I show you, run some ads on Twitter and if you don't like it, you will get a full 100% refund no questions asked. What have you got to lose? Get the course right now and generate new leads and sales in less than 3 hours!
Join now and start increasing your sites conversions today!
- Online marketers
- Business owners
- Web masters
- Web developers
Introduction to the course and an overview of the 11 sections we will optimise in this course.
User Experience & Knowing Your Customer
Home Page Optimisation
Product Search Optimisation
Product Page Optimisation
Touch Point Optimisation
Information Touch Points Optimisation
Load Speed Optimisation
Shipping & Returns
The objective of this course is very clear – To give you an understanding of how to improve your Site's Conversion Rate by identifying and working on the touch points which you have not considered before. These little things add up to really big conversion gains when optimised properly.
If you want to improve conversions, you need fresh eyes and a different perspective than your own. You need to know your customers with the help of direct interactions and not just by empathetic assumptions.
Showcasing products, video and and channels that your visitors can order from are great ways to increase overall site conversion, especially if you have large traffic volumes coming to your home page.
If it's appropriate for your market, nothing is too obsolete or inappropriate when it comes to establishing a connection with your user; present to them all available contact and order points, and tailor your site experience to where in the world they are. In this lecture we look at how to do just this
Most of the visitors landing on your site are in a hurry. If they sail through your navigation and don't see what they need, they may be put off from using the search functionality to dig deeper into your site. Lets fix this big problem killing many conversions right NOW.
Tag lines, strap lines, usp's or value propositions, or whatever you want to call them. What we're are talking about here is the importance of creating a compelling and unique value proposition or UVP that your market will instantly recognise, trust and want to buy from.
We will be using the Value Proposition Canvas created by Peter J Thompson to help start-ups and existing businesses examine the human experience of their customers. This canvas contains questions and sections that manoeuvre users of the canvas into thinking through the customer experience Each section of the improved canvas includes questions to ask when filling in the chart.
If your site is like many others, then the majority of your market/ visitors enter your site from the home page. If they know what they want, they would straight away search the product name in the site's product search box. An inaccurate or dysfunctional product search WILL hurt your business in the form of lost sales
People no longer want to browse a website – they want to experience it. An image is ALWAYS the first thing that a visitor will notice as soon as he lands on your site's product page. Good product images can add life to your site and help your site convert better - there are no two ways about it.
When visitors don't buy, one of the biggest reasons is that the user finds the price either too high or the product description too vague to back up the claims and justify the higher price tag. The same can be said for delivery charges and times. Here we discuss 5 simple ways you can improve both and protect your bottom line
Rich snippets are a type of on page mark-up. They are the extra bits of text that appear under search results. Think of them like bacon bits for search engines. That extra pop of flavor that differentiates you from the plain old potato next to you. Are they necessary? That depends. Do you want your listing to stand out? If so,rich snippets are a great way to get your online shop noticed!
Following on from part 1:
- Optional or Mandatory Fields
- Give Input Examples
- Simple Form Fields
- Automatically Pre-Fill Where Possible
- Form Field Labels
- The importance of Linear Fields
- Matching Length With Input
- When To Use Use 3rd Party Connect Tools
- The Importance Of Button Text
- How To Use Validation Errors
- Validation Checks
- Account Registration Optional or Mandetory
- Password Selection
- How To Deploy 'Guest Checkout'
- Amplifying The Effect Of Primary Buttons
- Avoiding Unnecessary Buttons
- When To Limit Navigation
- Use Intelligent defaults
- Letting Users Force-Proceed
- How To Use Process Steps
- No Supprises
- Opt-In By Default
- Brave Guarantees
During the entire customer journey; from the moment they do a Google search and see your site for the first time, right through to them become a loyal and regular customer, there are many, often overlooked, touch points that help build a picture in the customers mind of your business and if you are the right people to deal with or not.
Every e-commerce site needs trust signals. Without them, you can expect conversion rates and revenue to remain low. With trust signals, you can power your e-commerce websites to heights of success. In part three we are going to focus on TRUST, I want to share with you the secrets of trust signals that have worked for dozens of extremely successful e-commerce websites.
There are other information touch points on your site that most of your users will engage with while they make a buying decision. Since these are not critical touch points, they are often ignored. However, these information touch points are important as they give a human face to your site.
It's totally inconvenient and annoying to buy from a slow site. After all you wouldn't keep your used waiting at the reception desk of your shop our dealership if you didn't have to would you? So why do it here. Get all your site speed enhancements audited, reported and implemented with this tool.