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16 CommentsPersonality Styles
Understanding customer personality styles (Analytical, Driver, Amiable, and Expressive) will quickly tell you just how and what to say to each customer.Although every customer is different, most can be grouped into one of four groups: Analytical, Driver, Amiable, and Expressive. Here are some basic characteristics...
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3 CommentsIncrease Conversion Rates
Takeaways from Bryan Eisenberg's talk at SES London 2010. So what do the best converting websites have in common? Communicate unique value proposition – You have 7 seconds to persuade (or 8-10 seconds if you have really, really good content). Establish credibility on every landing page. Make...
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1 CommentUnderstanding Customers
"Who are your customers?" Most businesses make the mistake of being too broad with their definition of their customer. For example, "My customers are all people that need a website." This is too broad and is NOT an accurate definition of their customers. For example, my sister needs a website...
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Writing great articles (copywriting) can be done in these seven simple steps. Say something that gets attention. Tell them why they should be interested. Tell them why they should believe what you are saying is true. Prove it is true. Itemize and describe...
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9 CommentsColor and Emotion
Color can evoke emotions and influence people in positive—or negative— ways. Designing a website consists of more than just copy and layout—color also needs to be a consideration. To help choose the correct colors, it is a good idea to come up with how you would like to describe your...
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