So you’ve got a bunch of traffic to your site from listing on places like Reddit, Inbound, and Growth Hackers, but that doesn’t mean they will convert to customers. So what do you do?
Instead of wasting countless hours and time on changing your landing pages or running A/B tests, conversation optimisation experts like Peep Laja step into run user tests, focus on first time buyers, and survey site traffic to get a good understanding of who your visitors are so you can change your site to best fit them.
In the podcast Peep talks about the steps involved in converting visitors into customers, the death of SEO, and which is better when it comes to writing articles: quantity or quality?
ConversionOctober: Free email course on conversion optimisation
Growth Hacking Conference: 28th October 2014
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What happens when you reach your professional limit working at a company? For some, moving onto another place just doesn’t cut it, so the only option is to branch out on your own to experience, grow, and build the things you love.
Veronica Domeier, web designer, took this leap to make it on her own as a professional freelancer. Founder of Fresh & Daily, her work speaks volumes to what you can accomplish when you do what you enjoy.
We chat with Veronica about why she quit the 9-5, what it’s like starting out as a freelance web designer, and the importance of making connections.
Fresh & Daily
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Selling an online business can earn you between $100,000 to $10,000,000, but it can be a real struggle to find the right buyers.
Jock Purtle, founder of Digital Exits, helps those looking to find out how much their site is worth and potential how much is can sell for.
We chat with Jock about why he started Digital Exits, what it’s like being a digital broker, the sort of companies that are in demand right now, and advice on how to evaluate and sell your site.
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Twitter is probably the most useful service for keeping up-to-date with news, tech, and communities. However, information can sometimes get lost or buried under thousands or tweets, but luckily there’s devs out there that have built solutions to almost every problem.
Darren Greaves, freelance software developer and tech enthusiast, has created a service called Twurly, an easier way to get the best links from Twitter.
We chat with Darren about why he created Twurly and how it can help sort through your feed, getting involved in dev communities to get the most out of the tech scene, and the best place to go for digital businesses.
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Find Data Patterns with Predictive Analytics
Businesses generate so much data it’s unbelievable, and let’s face, who wants to sieve through nonsensical data to find important information? It can be almost overwhelming, but not for CAN Work Smart.
The brain child of both Grant Stanley and Ted Wood, CAN Work Smart is an analytic service that uses contemporary analysis to dive into nonsensical data, finding patterns and solutions to otherwise chaotic problems.
We chat with Grant about what CAN Work Smart is and how it can help your business excel, attracting those first customers when starting out, and common problems and solutions faced by new businesses.
Predictive Analytics: What it is and how it can impact your business.
Sales Leads: How to generate sales leads.
Mechanical Failure & Predictive Analytics: Learn how CanWorkSmart helped a company predict and precent critical roof failures.
University Admissions & Predictive Analytics: Optimising recruiting for an online university.
Customer Segmentation & Predictive Analytics: Preparing for the affordable care act.
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Starting a Bitcoin Business in Hong Kong
Since it’s origin in 2009, Bitcoin has exploded all the world as being a new wave currency to disrupt the ecosystem. Wanting to dive into this in detail, we got Bitcoin expert Jon Fry.
Jon is the founder of Hong Kong based company: CoinDirect, a platform for Bitcoin that allows merchants to accept Bitcoins into their own wallet.
We got the chance to chat with Jon about the idea CoinDirect, relocating your business, and what the future holds for Bitcoin.
bitlegal.io: Follow regulatory ruling involving Bitcion.
coinmap.org: Find merchants accepting Bitcoin.
coinometrics.com: Check the daily transaction volume and quantity of Bitcoin.
purse.io: Bitcoin merchant that’s safe and easy to use.
37coins.com: Send and receive Bitcoin anywhere via SMS.
fiatleak.com: Watch the world currencies flow into BTC in realtime.
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Starting a Business in Palestine
One of the many challenges we face is doing something new, but let’s face it, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it! We have few bold and courageous people that do what others won’t, like starting your own company – Nedal Zahran is one of the few that started his own business.
Nedal is the man behind both FastForward.ps and Ezents, which is an event management and promotion service. Having a background in startups and investment, he has the experience and knowledge to advise those just starting their own business.
We got the chance to chat with Nedal about starting his own company, tools that every startup should be using, and some of the major challenges faced running a business in Palestine.
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