This Week In Internet Marketing 2016 07 19

This Week In Internet Marketing

Hello and Happy Tuesday!

This week in Internet marketing, we’ve gathered some of the best and most helpful articles from across the web. We’re looking at tips to improve landing page conversion rates, as well as an effective framework for enticing content, and what might be affecting your organic traffic. We’re also looking at conversion rate optimization metrics, and how to get started on your SEO strategy.

11 Quick UX Tips to Improve Landing Page Conversion

Landing pages are effective in promoting a new product or service but they do require strong design, planning and strategy in order to improve your conversion rate. User-experience focused landing pages engage your target audience and build trust. Your landing page should be clear and concise, mobile friendly and educate the user all while attracting them with a simplified and visually appealing design. As well, boost your conversion rate by asking very little from the user and eliminating possible distractions such as pop-up menus and external links.

The 4-Point Content Framework That’ll Hook Your Readers and Double Your Time on Site

4-Point Content Framework

Content production can often be challenging for marketers. Using a simple framework for writing content can peak the reader’s interest, keep their eyes on your page, educate them and ultimately connect them with your business. You should avoid click-bait headlines and instead focus on enticing the reader with a headline that peaks their curiosity and follow it through with relevant content that is broken up with photos, videos and sub-headers. As well, using strong research and cohesive storytelling, and incorporating interactive elements, will engage your audience.

10 Factors That May Be Impacting Your Organic Traffic

Factors Impacting Organic Traffic

Fluctuations in organic traffic are natural, but major changes can be the result of a variety of factors. There are some more obvious ones, such as site overhauls or migrations, that may only take a few weeks to resolve. Double check to ensure your web pages are indexed and you’ve applied a generic bot filter. Other issues that might be to blame are competing pages as a result of URL confusion and previous promotional campaigns you’ve held. While there are factors that are out of your control such as industry trends and Google ad placement, understanding the root cause of organic traffic fluctuations will help you to resolve the problem.

What’s the Most Important CRO Metric? (Hint: Not Conversion Rate)

Important CRO Metric
You can measure the success of your conversion rate optimization through bounce rate, time on site and more, but you might also want to consider your click-through rate (CTR). After all, the more users click on your ads, the more eyes you have on your ads and the higher chance of converting. Conversion rate numbers on their own are a bit skewed because they only factor in users who have previously visited your site, but looking at CTR will help you to measure your success with new users. CTR is an important conversion metric for opening your business up to a new audience and allowing you to more easily attract your target market.

How Do You Build a Cohesive Search Strategy?

Cohesive Search Strategy

Creating an SEO strategy can seem like a daunting task, but with the right research and planning you can increase traffic to your website and encourage higher conversion rates. Start with developing several “searcher personas” that reflect your target audience and begin developing your strategy from there. Creating a relevant keyword list using Google Keyword Planner, developing a competitive analysis and mapping your data will ensure the success of your SEO strategy.

Check out these additional articles for more Internet marketing news!

Why I’d Recommend Local SEO as a Promising Career for Millennials

How to Build Strong Customer Relationships to Boost Retention

Storytelling 301: Site Content as Story

 

Post By Jillian Morgan (50 Posts)

Jillian Morgan is the Content Strategist at TechWyse. She has a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax. Jillian's passionate about elevating the quality of online content through strong editing and writing.

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    A lot of people lately have been trying to convince me that SEO is not the way to go for my blog and that it’s mostly hit and miss and all the other stuff. But I have seen the results for myself and I know it works. Thanks for the great article. I learn so much here every single day.

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