“do it like that” is a song by the rapper, Lil Yachty. In this blog post, we will discuss 11 steps on how you can increase your conversion rates on your website. – Step one: test the trustworthiness of your business. You can do this by adding a strong privacy policy to your website, as well as displaying Testimonials and reviews from customers on different pages throughout your site. Step two: make sure that you have high quality content on each page of your site. The easier it is for users to find what they are looking for, the better their user experience will be – which leads them to stay longer and convert more often! High converting websites should also contain lots of subheadings with short paragraphs around four sentences long in order to increase readability and keep visitors engaged without deterring their attention span or concentration too much (hint: check out our blog post about how many words per line you should use in your writing to increase readability). Step three: make sure that there is a clear call-to-action on each page. Ask yourself, “Why do I want my visitors to convert?” By asking this question, you will be able identify what type of action would best suit them and then determine the most appropriate CTA for that particular landing page. For example, if you are selling an eBook or whitepaper which aims at increasing conversions by getting people onto your email list – using something like ‘Download Now’ might be more suitable than just saying ‘Submit.’ To get even more out of CTAs such as these (and other variations) it’s important not to forget about psychology! Try and familiarize yourself with the most common psychological triggers on CTAs and try to integrate them into your processes. See our blog posts about CTA psychology here, here or even here! Step four: make sure you are using a responsive website design that works equally well across all devices. This means having mobile-friendly websites that look great and load quickly for users who access sites via smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktop computers. If visitors can’t easily read what’s on your site when they visit it from their phone (or anything else), there won’t be many conversions taking place – so always test if your pages render correctly in different browsers before pushing them live! You should also ensure that every image is optimized for SEO purposes as Google now uses quality

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