When someone stumbles onto your
website, chances are, they're looking for a reason to leave.
That's just the nature of the Internet.
People have become "click-happy," so you only have seconds
to lure them in.
The good news is - there are ways to give your website a
fighting chance at their attention.
But you've got to make sure you plug up these 9 holes first.
And in this interview with "Million Dollar Mike Morgan,"
you'll hear all the details about those pitfalls.
From the look of your site to the tone of your copy, if
you're like most people, you don't even know you're making
the kind of mistakes that put prospects off and label you an
But they're easy to fix, and in this audio, you'll hear how.
You'll Also Hear . . .
How to create a
rabid fan base instead of just an email list
The vital importance of testing, the two main types of
tests, and the 5 things you absolutely must test in every
Two free tools for
tracking/testing and how to use them
How to cut "shopping cart abandonment" in half (when
someone abandons their shopping cart before checking out)
A 5-minute exercise
that will teach you how to write in your ideal
What it means to be completely true (but not truly
complete) and how to use that to "credentialize yourself"
The one spot you
never want to put your "buy now" button in your sales
letter - and the two phrases you may want to use instead
of "buy now"
How to sell without selling on niche forums - add this one
thing to your posts and you'll have prospects clicking
through to your website out of sheer curiosity
The days of hiding behind your website are long gone.
Prospects want to get to know you, and they want to do it
fast or they're clicking away.
That's why it's so important for your site to look, sound,
and act exactly like they expect. The good news is -
this isn't something you have to guess at in order to get