Establishing points of contact with your customer are critical to success. You probably know more than any other business in your area about your specific pool of customers. You have data on their locations, product interests, names, and the possible reasons they may be buying your products. Through email and social media, you can begin to target them more specifically with content that is relevant to only their customer-type.

Since, in this example, my main business is booking travel, my ultimate goal is to convert newsletter subscribers into travel bookings. But if I develop a more sophisticated sales funnel, I can start to segment my list and target my marketing even more carefully to my “hot leads” and my most active subscribers. This way, I can begin to learn more about my list to offer well targeted new products and services.

My solution: I’ll be her turnkey solution. She tells me what she needs, and I let her focus her time and energy on developing that course she wants to sell. I’ll take care of the installation and presentation of all of the widgets she needs to add to her site to make selling her thing possible. She gladly pays me because while she could probably figure it out, she’ll make more money sooner if she pays me to do it.


I’ve got 2 audiences – the check-signer (business owner or senior manager) and the end-user of my product. I know which problem the product solves for the check-signer as it repeatedly shows up in the testimonials I receive from them. A completely different solution shows up in the testimonials from the end-user. In marketing collateral that goes to the check-signer, I can easily talk directly to them about their perceived problem. But both the end-user and check-signer visit the website. Who do I talk to from there? (The check-signer’s perception of a problem is almost always very different than the end-user’s.)

Sure, you need to be compensated for your time and knowledge. But far too many business owners, especially those in the professional service industries, don’t give enough education and information upfront. When you give more information than you’re comfortable with, you are empowering your customers and actually drawing them closer to your business.

Make it as easy as possible for mobile visitors to buy whatever you’re selling. This may involve an extensive overhaul of your checkout process (see tip #18), or the design and launch of an entirely separate mobile site. Amazon’s mobile site is an excellent example of how mobile ecommerce can (and arguably should) be done, but you don’t need Amazon’s resources to create a compelling, user-friendly experience for visitors on mobile.
I’ve always believed in keeping a strong relationship with the web developers at your company. They do amazing things and are typically working with a long backlog of website updates, some that you’ve probably requested yourself. And just like we don’t think you should be bugging developers for landing pages at all, we also want you to save them the headache of building AMP versions of all of your landing pages.
The intention here is to be better about communicating our intent. We’ve always wanted to [make the technology behind AMP a web standard] and always said this, but not very clearly. … We just want to communicate very clearly that AMP is not anything other than trying to make the web better. The lessons learned from AMP are being put into the standard bodies so we can have other frameworks implement the same stuff too.
Measure your most effective TOFU content with first-touch attribution. One of the key takeaways of Rand Fishkin’s video on marketing funnels is that you should set up first touch attribution at a bare minimum.  First touch gives you a clear picture of the top of the funnel by assigning the sale’s credit to the first interaction a lead had with your company. You know what’s bringing in visitors, so you can optimize for demand generation.
This is an important concept to have in mind when navigating a negotiation or considering a price. As an example, most people, when asked whether Gandhi was more than 114 years old when he died, will provide a much larger estimate of his age at death than others who were asked whether Gandhi was more or less than 35 years old. Experiments show that our behavior is influenced, much more than we know or want, by the environment of the moment.

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Using Facebook Live as a promotional tool is another proven way to get in front of your audience candidly and add a more humanized approach to your marketing strategy. Many companies are using Facebook Live as a way to promote new products or launches, share stories with their audience, and hold Q&A sessions to create more transparency and close the communication gap between themselves and their users.
MailChimp is a freemium email marketing tool. Similar to Wufoo, they offer a free plan (good through 2,000 contacts). A bit of background: MailChimp grew their business significantly when they decided to go freemium. How? At the bottom of every email, it would say something like Powered by MailChimp. Every customer email sent helped to spread the word. It created a kind of viral loop.
Another aspect that business owners often overlook, Dixson says, is to think about how to maximize those brand communications activities that you currently use. For example, if you are going to be speaking at a conference, how can you use social media to publicize that event, get feedback on the content your audience would like to hear, and use that content in an enduring way after the live event (like video clips)? "What happens most of the time is that we show up at the event, deliver our speech, hand out a few business cards, and cross our fingers that it turns into something more," says Dixson.
60 percent of consumers use mobile devices exclusively to make quick purchase decisions. Mobile devices and desktop computers or laptops are considered equally important as the media source of information – 42 percent of internet users favor of mobile as opposed to 43 percent for PC/laptop – but the convenience in accessing the Web via mobile devices is driving mobile internet usage and business opportunities.
But let’s say that you want at least 100 people to purchase from your sales funnel. You can work backwards to see how many people you need at each point along the funnel. If you want 100 sales, you would need 250 people to end up on your landing page (100 divided by 0.40). In order to get 250 people on your landing, your social media ad needs to target 1,250 consumers (250 divided by 0.20).
According to surveys done by Akamai and Gomez.com, nearly half of web users expect a site to load in 2 seconds or less, and they tend to abandon a site that isn’t loaded within 3 seconds. 79% of web shoppers who have trouble with web site performance say they won’t return to the site to buy again and around 44% of them would tell a friend if they had a poor experience shopping online.
Google researchers suggest page load times of less than 100 milliseconds give visitors the illusion of instantaneous website response as the visual Sensory memory processor in our brain works in bursts of 100 milliseconds. The memory store clears itself after 0.1 seconds as photoreceptor cells in the eyes transmit more information to the Occipital lobe.
For different types of businesses, buyer needs at the problem/need recognition stage would be different. For example, if you’re running a consulting business, then at the very beginning, your clients would realize that they’re having certain problems around your service area – like a high cost per lead (if you’re in marketing), disorganized spending (if you’re in accounting), etc.

Re-target website visitors who don't convert the first time. You won't be able to capture lead information for all of your website visitors, but that doesn't mean you should give up on the visitors who don't convert. Consider running a retargeting campaign so you can display advertisements on popular websites which will display only to people who visited your website. This will give you another chance to draw them back in.
No matter what kind of purchase we’re making or how much we intend to spend, all of us follow a relatively similar path when it comes to deciding what to buy. This buying process was first introduced by John Dewey in 1910, but even now — more than 100 years later — it’s still the foundation of understanding buyer behavior and marketing funnel creation.

When using YouTube, it’s key to optimize your posts to make sure you’re getting the most exposure. Research keywords that will make your videos more visible. Optimize your video thumbnail and description. Push your video to your most popular social channels. These practices will put your video in a great position to reach new potential buyers—and further establish your brand authority.

No matter how much you want to make a sale or need to make a sale, don’t approach a customer with dollar signs in your eyes. Remember that you’re selling them something that will make their lives better (or you should be), and your attitude ought to reflect that to the customer. They should feel like you’re helping them—not that they’re helping you!


In 2001, Apple introduced the all new iPod in a one-minute TV spot. The product’s features were miles ahead of the competition (keep in mind that this was a time when CD players and inferior MP3 players were leading the market). People had heard rumors about the iPod and were well aware of the Apple brand, but in order to spark interest, Apple needed to respect the level of awareness that their audience had towards the product. Apple’s only statement was: “iPod, a thousand songs in your pocket.” Apple didn’t mention the price because that would assume its viewers were ready to consider making a purchase. Apple didn’t focus on features like battery life, versatility or the technology that was used to develop it. Too much emphasis on the added features and benefits would require the audience to invest in learning about a product that was completely new to them.
The number and name of each stage may vary based on business type and sales process. But what the sales funnel represents is straightforward. You start with a lot of prospects who know your business. Sales reps qualify those prospects, and out of those, only some will proceed to the next stage to have a conversation with you. As sales reps continue to nurture leads towards the close, they trickle down the funnel until you’re left with actual customers.
Interest: Interest and information both start with the letter “I.” This is the stage at which customers are actively seeking, or interested in, information to help them solve their problem. As they move through the sales funnel from recognizing or drawing attention to the problem, their interest is sparked in a solution. They need information to move into the next phase.

Many consumers respond positively to incentives that create a sense of urgency, from time-sensitive special offers to limited-edition products. Although the ways you can accomplish this are as diverse as the products you can buy online, some strategies may be more effective than others. For example, if you don’t (or can’t) make a limited-edition product to entice prospects, maybe you can offer a financial incentive to customers who commit to a purchase right away, such as free shipping or a discount.
Setting up your sales funnel is the key to creating powerful prospect experiences. It is important that you map them out ahead of time to ensure your sales process is in alignment with the customer’s journey. A CRM tool like Pipedrive, set up to mirror your sales funnel activities, can then help you manage and stay focused on the most important tasks during each stage in the process.
Downloading tons of memory hogging website content within milliseconds of initiating browser requests is not entirely possible without a thorough revamp and speed optimization of slow websites. In many cases, visitors only seek the primary information in the form of content or product information portrayed by Web pages. Add a lot of complementary graphics and website features, and page rendering times rise beyond measure.
Sales funnels are important so that you stay focused on carrying out the right sales activities at the right time in the prospect relationship. If you’re in the Awareness phase, you are engaging in prospecting or lead generation activities. If you’re in the Evaluation phase, you are sending your customers quotes or proposals so they can evaluate their options and ultimately make a purchase. Sales funnels serve as reminders of what needs to be done and when.
She recommends doing a same-different analysis of the competition initially in the personal brand discovery phase and then doing quarterly or biannual check research of your competition. "Too much concern over what the competition is doing isn't productive. You aren't moving forward as fast when you are constantly looking over your shoulder," Dixson says.
For one of my startups I’m launching, I’m solving the problem of drunk driving. There are systems in place that are not working. My company, The Bar Car, is an Uber-like car service whose focus is reducing drunk driving. One thing that sets us apart from a taxi or Uber, is out ability to get your vehicle home for you. I’m starting first in Wisconsin, and I plan to franchise nationwide in college towns and smaller, underserved markets.
Clearly, the idea was genius and never died—it just took on new forms over the years as the marketing universe changed. The early model has been modified over the past decades by marketing consultants and academics to cater to the changing marketplace. Several variations on the theme have been created to accommodate the emerging modes of marketing—especially, digital marketing.
60 percent of consumers use mobile devices exclusively to make quick purchase decisions. Mobile devices and desktop computers or laptops are considered equally important as the media source of information – 42 percent of internet users favor of mobile as opposed to 43 percent for PC/laptop – but the convenience in accessing the Web via mobile devices is driving mobile internet usage and business opportunities.
As your sales reps qualify leads and identify opportunities, they’ll create an opportunity, aka deal in the CRM. Sales managers want to know the value of each deal and total deals by stage to prioritize the team’s efforts on high-value deals. In addition to this data being available in the CRM’s visual sales pipeline, you can also create detailed reports to further analyze deals, and add them to a dashboard to actively monitor their progress.
I have my big problem to solve and I have the solutions but I don’t know how to let people know I can solve them. I’m a hair stylist so I can aproch a lot of problems from form to color or hair care or styling products. I like to find there needs and wants and educate my clients but I have a hard time reaching new ones. How do I aproch someone about there problem so I can offer the solution?
A rigorous approach toward designing speed optimized website would incorporate a strong intent on eliminating unnecessary bytes from the code. Utilizing all the coding space available, deleting extra spaces, indentation and line spaces while maintaining readability of the code reduces the overall size of website core and front-end files. And for websites already developed without this strategy in perspective, combining multiple server requests (for HTML, JavaScript, and CSS) into single ones effectively slashes sizeable chunks from page load times.
The purchase decision is the natural conclusion of the preceding three stages. You determine that you have a problem, investigate your options, decide which one is best for you, and then pull the trigger. However, businesses need to be aware that there are two things that can disrupt this stage: negative feedback from fellow customers and the prospect’s motivation to accept this feedback.
Solution: The 100 Locals guidebooks (now available for Italy, Barcelona, Paris, and Prague) are a collection of interviews with real people who live and work in those places. They’re long-time locals, passionate expats, chefs, trekking experts, historians, and culture buffs. And they’ll tell you how to find that hidden-away pizzeria with the best pizza in Rome, or the palace that inspired Versailles (which most Paris visitors never visit), or that unique tour company in Prague whose tour guides are (wait for it) homeless people.

Consider how personality traits affect purchasing behavior. Just because someone will splurge when it comes to cable TV doesn’t automatically mean that they will go all out in everything. If you think about a car, some buyers might be interested in the safety standards and gas mileage, while other buyers might focus on brand, color or speed. The first buyer would appreciate information on the specifications, but the second buyer would probably respond better to a celebrity endorsement.
It works because it’s simple. The CTA is clear. The design is trustworthy. In addition, the visibility of the signup button remains across all the pages, both at the bottom and the top of the landing pages. That’s a best practice. It also works because visually, they show you exactly what you’ll be getting when you sign up. There are screenshots of the application and not a lot of text. Mint is very benefits-focused.
The entire focus should lie on treating the two entities – mobile and desktop – separately, at least from a website design standpoint. Without this strategy, mobile user experience in accessing desktop versions of websites is usually compromised in terms of page load times, usability and functionality. Compromising these core aspects of mobile websites can force online businesses into facing the obvious negative implications including:
Website performance optimization, the focal point of technologically superior website designs is the primary factor dictating success for modern online businesses. After all, unimpressive website performance kills business bottom line when the torture of waiting for slow Web pages to load frustrates visitors into seeking alternatives – impatience is a digital virtue!
“We inundate our sales teams with new technologies all the time, hoping that at least one of them will enable our sellers to make quota. Imagine what would happen if we gave people a real silver bullet—more time. That’s exactly what Jill Konrath offers in her new book. She lays out the tools and tactics salespeople can use to do more in a day and achieve their goals.”
Mini Fast Funnel is a patented and patent-pending disposable funnel. Made of coated, heavy grade paper stock, they can be used with virtually any liquid or powder and are designed to fit a wide variety of openings. Fast Funnel is folded flat for storage so you can keep them where you need them...in a drawer, glove box, toolbox, pocket or just about anywhere.
Hey Matt! Thanks for this article, it was super helpful! I tried to scroll through some of the comments, but figured I should just shoot you a message. There weren’t a ton of B2C examples in your list and was hoping you had some more up your sleeve. I just launched my company, Make It Hapin, and I’m living on a prayer haha. My finances are limited so my ability to pay for ads in order to test possible funnels is very limited but I’m trying. Make It Hapin is a personalized shopping service designed to help you recreate inspiration images you see on Pinterest and Instagram. The struggle is figuring out a way to get people to remember us while they’re swiping through their feeds. Anyway, I’ve included my website…I’d love it if you could take a look!
The first stage in setting up sales funnel reporting is to understand your sales process fully (perhaps using a technique like flowcharting). While sales processes are often quite similar from company-to-company, there can be points of difference depending, for example, on the size of the order and the consequences to the client of making the wrong purchase decision.
A customer is made aware of the product through Marketing and advertising campaigns, consumer research and discovery. The awareness is followed by gathering information in some form from him. This process of gathering information is called lead generation and the information is further used in the lead management system to nurture it down the system.
While service and product quality apparently has the biggest impact on business sales, converting website visitors into purchasing customers in the cyber world largely depends on developing a positive customer impression. And this is where ecommerce website performance parameters such as ultra-fast page speed and rapid check-out processes come into play, ultimately giving customers a positive psychological impression encouraging sales and customer loyalty.
When you offer giveaways or discounts, it naturally attracts prospects and encourages them to buy your product or services. If your customers love your products or services, they won’t hesitate to talk about your brand and promote it. To reward such loyal customers, you can give them attractive offers such as a VIP discount or a membership to the top tier of your rewards program.
Why is the set of steps to conversion called a “funnel”? Because at the beginning of the process, there are a lot of people who take the first step. Then, as the people continue along and take the next steps, some of them drop out, and the size of the crowd thins or narrows. (And even further along in the process, your sales team gets involved to help close the deal.)
Problem; You’ve got boring, poorly edited, non- SEO copy all over your website that isn’t bringing in any customers and is making you look unprofessional to every potential customer that stumbles by your site. Maybe you wrote it yourself, but you have no idea what you’re doing- or even worse, maybe you got screwed by an unqualified and inexperienced writer- whose services you paid through the nose for!

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Oil filter not included.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eCRF 150\/RB MAG OIL FILTER COVER\u003cbr\u003eOFC-CRF150\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr\u003ePARTS # 0940-0729\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis part fits these bikes:\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eHONDA CRF150R\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2018 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2016 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2015 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2014 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2013 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2012 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2009 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2008 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2007 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eHONDA CRF150RB (Expert)\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2016 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2015 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2014 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2013 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eHONDA CRF150RB\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2013 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2009 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2008 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003ca href=\"https:\/\/ziptyracing.com\/products\/crf150-magnetic-oil-filter-cover\"\u003eYear: 2007 Part: COVER, OIL FILTER Part Group: left crankcase cover\u003c\/a\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}
For example, if you’re selling an eBook, you could offer a free chapter in exchange for their email address. Submitting their email is a low barrier to entry, and they’ll receive a lot of value in return. From there, you can use their email to push them deeper into the sales funnel, especially since they have already shown interest in your product.  
The solution: I offer a comprehensive childbirth class series that is very effective at giving people the skills they need to make informed decisions and to cope with labor. Most people who sign up for my classes desire a natural birth experience and the vast majority of my students get that experience. Too bad I’m not able to help more families off to such a great start because few people are aware my classes exist and of those that are aware, many feel the time commitment is too much or the classes cost too much or they can just take the childbirth classes the hospital offers, which are not nearly as thorough as the ones I offer.
For different types of businesses, buyer needs at the problem/need recognition stage would be different. For example, if you’re running a consulting business, then at the very beginning, your clients would realize that they’re having certain problems around your service area – like a high cost per lead (if you’re in marketing), disorganized spending (if you’re in accounting), etc.

If you’ve ever looked at the targeting options available to Facebook advertisers, you may have seen the amazing granularity with which you can target users on Facebook – advertisers can target users based on the square footage of their home, the university from which they earned their degree, and even where they plan on going for their next vacation (as Margot revealed in her fascinating post about amazingly granular Facebook audiences).

Very limited customer base, compete with “free,” and would like to offer solutions to parties that don’t really want what I have to offer. In other words, they “have” to meet education/inservice requirements, but they would not buy anything from me that they “want.” Make sense? Easier to sell (IMHO) something that a person “wants” rather than something they “need.” Most of my potential customers do not “do” social media professionally. There is a constant battle for them to save money where possible. Pitiful results so far.


The aptly named Gap of Death, the interval between expected page load time of under 2 seconds and average site load time of 5 seconds expands or contracts due to surprisingly neglected website optimization tactics and business decisions. Contrary to the popular sentiment, speed optimization is ideally implemented across all stages of website development, and not just after building the entire site, which is only when website owners realize the need to push for website performance optimization.

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The absolute critical principle in maximizing website performance is to focus on page speed optimization from the ground up. Performance optimization plugins, server-side scripts, and final tweaks have minimal – however noticeable – impact on page speed and load times. Yet, Web developers and online business owners tend to overlook page load times in their website development and design strategies.
This is a method I developed when I first began selling to overcome fears of being rejected. Reach out to 100 customers as fast as you can. You don’t really care about your sales results, only the number of people you contact. You will become fearless when selling your product. You can read more about the 100 Calls Method from this blog where I go into detail.
The technology has come a long way in improving internet experience. The over-crowded cyberworld of the 1990s was often labeled as the World Wide Wait, but innovations in communication and networking technologies have revolutionized the way digital information is transmitted across the internet. The next generation of online businesses have all the resources they need to deliver content instantaneously, but to leverage and complement these resources, businesses need speed-optimized websites that deliver the best user experience.
Address concerns. When you have a product or service that can change someone’s life, you have to listen and address any doubt or hesitation they might. Listen to your customers' concerns as they consider buying from you. What are your most frequently asked questions? Can you use the feedback to make your product (and also your pitch) even stronger?
Problem: Most people think dehydration is something that would happen if they get lost in the desert and had to go without water for several days. The truth is that chronic (ongoing) dehydration is widespread. Most Americans are in a state of dehydration without even knowing it. According with Dr. Dave Carpenter, N.D. The common symptoms of Dehydration are: fatigue, constipation, digestive disorders, weight gain skin disorders, join problems, premature aging, acid alkaline imbalance…Seems familiar? More and more people of all ages claim this symptoms.

As the key to driving business, conversions are a great indicator of effectiveness. Your conversion rate is the the percentage of people who completed an intended action after watching the video. If you notice your conversion rates dipping, there are ways to improve the conversions with little tweaks. Make your CTA compelling and clear through action-oriented words. Place your content is on the right platform to reach the audience you’re targeting. Finding this information requires a bit of research and surveying, but it will give you the highest return on your video investment.


Most prospects will enter this stage after identifying Norman’s company as a possible alternative and completing the information search process described in Stage 2. However, some customers might be introduced to his brand after completing Stage 2 with his competitors, as in the case of an industry blog running a comparison chart of the different competitors in his space.
There’s a better solution: It's not impossible with sales funnel management automation. Set up your system with the response you want, and it will be ready to send it immediately to any interested prospect—even the one who contacts you on Saturday at 3 am. As captured leads pass down the funnel, your sales automation platform can send added personalized emails that are just right for each moment.
Corporations and businesses are all looking for organic growth, to increase market share, effectively deal with low price competitors, increase closing averages, and retain top talent (SAP study shows that cost of losing your top sales person is 700K).  The key is to do all this within a process that can be repeated and held accountable from the any position of the sales organization.  The Sales Funnel can help you achieve these goals.  Click here to learn more…
Depending on your business and industry, you could have 1,000 prospects at the top of your funnel. However, towards the end of your funnel, you may have 25 prospects. While these 25 prospects are more likely to convert than the ones at the top of the sales funnel, at the very end, there may only be five customers who’ve made a purchase and only two that are repeat customers.
That’s not too much of a surprise. As mentioned above, AMP documents use the AMP JS library to handle a lot of the optimizations and resource loading. Anytime you rely on that much JavaScript for the display of your page, render metrics are going to take a hit. It isn’t until the AMP cache comes into play that AMP pulls back ahead for Start Render and Speed Index.
The Solution: I work with them to be able to go the places they want, to go to a restaurant without getting completely overwhelmed with panic. I help them be able to live a life not ruled by fear. I will meet them where they are whether it is their home, at my office, online (secure video conferencing and telephone), or out in the community (go to a restaurant together, go driving, etc.).
Following your information search — or, sometimes running concurrently with this process — you’ll start comparing the alternatives that your research has uncovered. Again, the time spent in this stage will vary based on the type of purchase being contemplated. Choosing a restaurant might be as simple as deciding, “Well, I feel like Chinese food, not Mexican, tonight.”
The aptly named Gap of Death, the interval between expected page load time of under 2 seconds and average site load time of 5 seconds expands or contracts due to surprisingly neglected website optimization tactics and business decisions. Contrary to the popular sentiment, speed optimization is ideally implemented across all stages of website development, and not just after building the entire site, which is only when website owners realize the need to push for website performance optimization.
On the other hand, it does appear that AMP documents tend to be faster than their counterparts. AMP’s promise of improved distribution cuts a lot of red tape. Suddenly publishers who have a hard time saying no to third-party scripts for their canonical pages are more willing (or at least, made to) reduce them dramatically for their AMP counterparts.
As an author who does a little bit of coaching as well, I can say that a lot of people write the book and then start asking two questions: ‘Should I use CreateSpace/Kindle or should I self-publish?”. You might be surprised at how many people write a complete book without having any idea of the big picture, especially of how to market or that being an author means you are a small biz owner in 2014.
With Fasteyepages you don’t need to worry about how your site would look on a tablet, mobile device, or any other device with smaller screens. The templates were developed keeping in mind that customers are using more and more portable devices. These templates are completely mobile responsive and work perfectly on devices of varying screen sizes without fear of losing content or distortion.
For us non-developers, AMP HTML is essentially a modified version of standard HTML, preventing us from creating pages that load slowly. Marketers can sometimes be guilty of designing beautiful pages with crisp, high-res images, parallax elements, and every tracking script under the sun. We love it, but that person looking for the closest place to fix their flat tire? Not so much.
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