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7 tips to get more leads from your website
20 Sep

7 tips to get more leads from your website
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This is a guest post by Alisha Shibli Alisha is a Senior Content Marketing & Communication Specialist at Radix, the registry behind some of the most successful new domain extensions, including .STORE and .TECH. You can connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter.  Having a website that isn’t optimized to generate leads is a recipe for business disaster. Generating leads is far from being as simple as a “click here” button through which users come to the homepage of your website. Getting new leads requires a strategic approach. The journey usually starts when...

Free Giveaways To Generate Leads
23 Jul

How to Generate Leads with Giveaways
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According to Robert Cialdini, author of Influence: The Psychology Of Persuasion, people feel obliged to return a favor or a gift they receive from someone. He calls this the principle of reciprocity. That’s why you see Chinese restaurants offering free fortune cookies, bakeries giving out free samples, and dentists providing complimentary toothpaste. The idea of reciprocity applies to the world of internet marketing too. Giveaways play a key role in convincing people to provide their contact details, and that’s the first step in generating leads. A giveaway is something offered to website visitors...

18 Sep

Responsive Design: 7 Design Mistakes that Can Cost You Leads
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You want your website design to generate leads – not send new visitors clicking to find information elsewhere. The best website design is a reflection of the quality of your company’s products and services. Your website needs to do more than look good; it needs to be clear and intuitive for users. Here are the Top 7 mistakes I see when newbies design websites for lead generation. Where Is Your ‘About Us’ Page? Data analytics company Chartbeat says the majority (55%) of visitors spend less than 15 seconds on your page. Forget the 30-second...