A well designed and managed ecommerce site will improve your sales and conversion rates. On the flip side, even one poorly designed aspect of a store can turn visitors away. It’s all about engaging your users and offering a helpful, easy to use online experience.
Bringing this optimal online experience to your users requires constant attention and tweaking of your pages. Consistent sales come from a lot of trial and error and even a change in wording or colour can influence your conversion rates.
This month I have scoured the internet to find you 5 of the freshest, beautifully designed, free WordPress themes.
3 months have passed since we opened our Zopa account and I am pleased to say we have lent out 100% of our £1000 fund.
I haven’t had any problems using Zopa and so far I really like the hands-off automated approach to their system. Below are screenshots from my thirdmonth, you can see I gained £6.83 interest from borrowers.
3 months have passed since we opened our Funding Circle account. Performance on the account has been good and because of this I have increased my fund to £1000. It is now level with my Zopa fund. The extra £500 I added was lent out much quicker than the original £500 so that was a nice surprise.
I haven’t had any problems using Funding Circle and so far I really like the hands-off automated approach to their system. Below are screenshots from my third month, you can see I gained £3.86 interest from borrowers. We should see a higher return next month after the repayments start to flow in from the extra £500 I added.
We are doing a review of the Buffer Awesome account as we are testing it against our latest review of Oktopost and we want to give one lucky reader a chance to try out Buffer Premium (they call it the Awesome plan) too.
Are you tired of manual content curation and scheduling of your social posts? Do you wish there was an app that helped you curate content and schedule social posts all under one dashboard? Sounds like you have the same problem as me so read my review of Oktopost and maybe it might just save you from this daily headache.
When I hit writers block it’s usually not because I have too little to write about, it’s because I have TOO MUCH. I stumble across so many topics, thoughts, ideas, I don’t know where to start. As my brain slowly fills up with all this information it reaches a limit in capacity and processing and then just shuts down. I can’t think clearly and usually give myself a headache trying to do so.
In the past I would struggle onwards, constantly trying to cling onto the one coherent thought I had in my brain. Wasting time trying to work through this situation was unproductive. I quickly discovered that taking myself out of that environment and doing one of the 4 listed below got me out of the block effectively.
Here is my list of the most effective ways to crush your writers block.
Have you noticed a strange website appear in your referral lists recently? Follow my quick and simple guide that will remove semalt from appearing in your analytics.
Looking to use Facebook ads to convert users? Have you stumbled across the conversion pixel when creating your ads but have no idea what it is? Read this guide to find out why you want to be using it with your campaigns and how to install it on your WordPress blog.
Setting up a Facebook conversion pixel sounds like a really complicated task. In reality with the thanks to a few wordpress plugins it has been simplified tremendously.
In order to start building my email list I decided to advertise my latest ebook using Facebook Ads. Wow was it a big learning curve, this was my first time using paid traffic and while I may have wasted some of my $10 daily budget I did learn a thing or two.
Facebook ads, as well as other advertising platforms are a great way to reach your target audience. If you are just starting out and do not have a huge following, it can be difficult to get your message across. Paid advertising allows anyone with a budget to have their voice heard. Unfortunately too many rush into advertising without knowing how to effectively use the platforms. It’s always best to start out with a small budget, test it until you have it performing well and then gradually scale it with your budget. Here are my top tips for anyone starting out.