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Do you feel like nobody is listening on Facebook? You’re probably asking the wrong questions, or more likely, not asking them in the right way. Read the stats that show how simple changes to your phrasing can get you more engagement.
It’s easy to run a marketing campaign that doesn’t deliver the results you’re hoping for. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Use this 50-point checklist to whip your landing page into shape.
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All great food starts with a recipe. The same goes for your landing pages. In this post I break it down food network style into 9 ingredients. Learn how to create a tasty conversion experience for your visitors.
This infographic shows the right and wrong way to do CRO. Following a path based story we’ll learn whether you’re here to chew bubblegum and kick some ass, or if you’re screwing up your conversion rate optimization.
We’ve gathered the best free marketing ebooks of 2012, and some of them are truly epic and authoritative. Download them all and you’ll be set for how to create an effective online marketing plan for 2013.
Psychology, when used properly, can increase your conversions by interacting with your customers in a more intelligent, and almost subliminal way. Read the 10 techniques below to learn how to apply some science to your marketing
Businesses are placing more importance on testing and optimization, but are they doing it right? Are they optimizing the right things? This post shows value of testing certain page elements, the challenges of measuring ROI, and the growth in the number of people involved in the process.
Finding good landing pages is hard, but I found 13 great ones in the Unbounce archives. Check out the designs and conversion critiques, where I dig into what works and what doesn’t