In an average year, I meet with more than 700 store owners, web marketing managers and consultants at various meet-ups, events and masterminds. And frankly, I’m amazed that so few of them have even heard about the techniques used in my eCom Conversions System™!
…You’d think they’d be a required module for every web marketing course on the planet.
…You’d think that the so-called internet marketing gurus would be shouting them from the rooftops.
…You’d think that they’d be front page news on business magazines in every developed country, worldwide.
But the fact is less than 1% of online marketers even know about them!
And that includes internet marketing gurus, web marketing bloggers and even high-priced consultants!
Of course, the exclusive handful of online business people who have mastered this system guard it like the crown jewels. They wouldn’t share them with you for a king’s ransom!
…But I want to introduce them to you, right here.
This treasure trove of conversion knowledge
is based on more than 11 years’ worth of scientific split-tests on some of the world’s most sophisticated websites.
Here’s why I’ve been so successful doing that very thing…
I’ve had the very wonderful privilege in my professional career to be involved in industries from e-commerce stores of all sizes, across countless different niches, to B2B and B2C lead-gen sites to software services selling to both consumers and Fortune 500 companies.
And here’s what all of them have in common:
- They don’t just watch things happen or let things keep happening to them. They make things happen for themselves.
- They have an open mind to testing bold changes to their website.
- They stick to following the System I teach.
- They continually test everything.
The truth is, there are only three things you need to experience this level of success.
First, you need a foolproof system to follow that routinely gets solid results.
Secondly, you must have already mastered traffic-on-demand. Split-testing is a lot easier when you can send a fire house of traffic to a page.
Thirdly, you have to accept that not every test wins. On average 1 in 8 does. But every losing test teaches you something about which direction to head to find your next big winner.