Friday, June 4, 2010

What is conversion rate? Especially for Computer Supplies.

So what is Prospect to Customer Conversion Rate? Prospect to Customer Conversion Rate is a good measuring tool to see if your visitors are buying or just window shopping. So how do you calculate the conversion rate? Take the number of visitors to one specific page divided by the number of orders you receive. Example: You had 1,000 visitors in one day to a specific page on your website and you got 15 orders that day. Divide 1000 by 15. That gives you a conversion rate of 1.50%

Why are we showing you this graph, not that we like to brag, but our conversion rates have been 20% plus, month after month, for over a year now.

Skeptics, can say - "Sure 10 visitors in a month, and two orders is an easy 20% to get." Well not true, we have a third party tracking conversion rates for this single page for over a year.

This single page is just out there, not Merchandised, No Marketing, No SEO, No Pay Per Click, just sitting out there. It gets an average of 400 visitors per month, which mean more than 100 orders per month. Average order size is about $100, which makes about $10,000 a month in revenue. Just from one page. Do you want a page that gets you a conversion rate of 20% or greater.

Contact us (info (@) answerco dot com) for an free evaluation of your Ink & Toner website, and let us show you how to get 20% conversion rates.

Just imagine what would happen if this web page was merchandised?  Imagine if projector lamps and batteries were added, not just toner and inkjet cartridges?

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