It’s all very well to have a website that generates traffic. But unless you can convert that traffic into buyers, it’s like having a money bag with a hole in it. No matter how much gold you pour in, it just keeps slipping out the bottom.
Chances are that your website or blog could be making more money than it is. A lot more.
There are a lot of ways you can start making more money: affiliates, traffic, etc. But if your website isn’t built intelligently to get people to click “buy” then you’re letting money slip through your fingers every day.
Probably the easiest way of all to increase your conversion is by improving your website’s copy.
While hiring someone can undoubtedly help, not everyone has thousands of dollars in their budget to hire a professional copywriter. And I have to admit, when my friend Bnonn told me that he was creating a guide to help people improve their website’s conversion rates, I was a bit skeptical at first.
There are a lot of nuances and experience that goes into writing great copy that converts customers. It’s not easy to pick up the subtleties of these powerful tactics overnight.
But when I started reading Bnonn’s guide I was blown away. The way he guides you step-by-step through the most important elements to a compelling offer and call to action is very smart. The best part about his guide is that you don’t need any previous experience to increase your conversions by even a meager 50%.
Even if you do only increase conversion by 50%, that turns $1,000 a month into $1,500 a month. Or $5,000 a month into $7,500 a month.
I’ve personally hired Bnonn and have seen at least a 50% increase in ebook sales through implementing the changes he recommended. He has a unique blend of expertise, in that he’s trained in direct-response copywriting and webdesign. So he knows both sides of the equation — the aesthetic and the strategic.
The guide is called Attention Thievery 101.
If you’d like to improve your website’s conversion rate, I suggest that you pick it up now. Then you can start filling your pockets full of loot instead of letting it slip away for someone else to pick up.
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