11 Steps to Increase Conversions on Your Website: Conversion Rate Optimization Strategies

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You are a pirate, you’re under arrest!

The lyrics to the opening song of Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean ¬†are not only catchy and memorable, they also represent an ideal situation for search engine optimization. Search engines have been using crawlers to index pages on websites since 1997. This is because after years of trial and error, it has become clear that web crawls should be able to find all content on a website in order for it to rank high in results when people use keywords relevant to your business.

In this blog post we will discuss 11 steps that will help increase conversion rates and generate more revenue for your business!

Step One: Conduct Keyword Research

The first step you should take is to conduct keyword research. Learn about the keywords that people who are likely to buy your product use, and also determine what words are used by those with expertise or authority in this field. You can do this by looking at sites like Google Trends (or a similar site) for common questions related to your industry or niche. For example if you sell shoes online then you would look up “shoes” on Google Trends and see how many searches there were over time, which countries they’re coming from, etc. This will help you identify trends in demand so that you know where best to focus marketing efforts and content creation such as blog posts!

After finding out what words you want to target, you should set up the site so that it is optimized for content and traffic. This includes a) having keywords in both your URL (for example, “shoes-online”) and throughout your website b) using those specific keywords on pages where they’re relevant c) making sure all images have titles with related text d) creating natural links between different parts of the site

Next, you’ll need to optimize each individual page by adding compelling headlines & subheadings as well as providing quality copy written specifically about this topic. You should also make use of headings within paragraphs so readers can skim down or jump around without losing context. Readers will be able to quickly scan through content and see what topics are covered while

Next, you’ll need to optimize each individual page by adding compelling headlines & subheadings as well as providing quality copy written specifically about this topic. You should also make use of headings within paragraphs so readers can skim down or jump around without losing context. Readers will be able to quickly scan through content and see what topics are covered while

For example: if you’re sprucing up your homepage, you may want a headline that includes the main features and benefits of using your product/service. If you have two products on offer for different customer segments, then these would require separate pages with their own sets of headlines and subheads (you could even include a table of contents at the top).

Use bullet points to explain the topic you are writing about.

You should also make use of headings within paragraphs so readers can skim down or jump around without losing context. Readers will be able to quickly scan through content and see what topics are covered while

For example: if you’re sprucing up your homepage, you may want a headline that includes the main features and benefits of using your product/service. If you have two products on offer for different customer segments, then these would require separate pages with their own sets of headlines and subheads (you could even include a table of contents at the top).

Use bullet points to explain the topic you are writing about.

For example: if you’re sprucing up your homepage, you may want a headline that includes the main features and benefits of using your product/service. If you have two products on offer for different customer segments, then these would require separate pages with their own sets of headlines and subheads (you could even include a table of contents at the top).

When writing copy for marketing materials or websites it’s important to keep in mind how people read online. Copy flows horizontally across webpages so many readers will be scanning down rather than reading word by word from left to right as they do when reading print material. For this reason, you should make use of headings within paragraphs so readers can skim down or jump around without losing context. Readers will be able to quickly scan through content and more likely to read key messages if you use headings.

Headlines are essential for getting attention and should match the subject of your content so readers can quickly identify what they’re about to read. Keep headlines short, punchy sentences with a central point or message (around ten words).

Subheads will help you break up text into easily digestible chunks which is especially useful for lengthy articles that might otherwise be skimmed over by impatient readers who don’t want to scroll through too much copy before finding out what it’s all about. You may also implement subheads as links that direct visitors from one section of content on your website to another related page – this is an excellent way of linking different parts together and helping users navigate around complex content.

It’s also important to include good grammar, spelling and punctuation in order to make your content easy to read for visitors – so you can be confident that people will want to stick around long enough to find out more about what you have on offer.

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By Ethan Devid

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