100 Tips For Improving Web Site Conversion Rate

David Lifferth, the President of World Vital Records, has studied the book “Call to Action” by the conversion rate marketing gurus Bryan and Jeffrey Eisenberg and Lisa Davis. I gave him my copy recently and asked him to find every tip in the book, and then teach my Academy members about it.

So Tuesday, January 23rd, at 12:30 pm at the Provo Labs Academy, David will be sharing with us more than 100 tips for improving web site conversion rates. He wants to blog all these tips as well. I told him to contact the Eisenbergs and see what they will allow him to share. Check out David Lifferth’s blog.

One thought on “100 Tips For Improving Web Site Conversion Rate

  1. I’m glad to see you are still doing the general Entrepreneur stuff and have not given up on your Blog to go all Ancestry!!

    Keep up the posts!!

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