by Jim July 30, 2019 Taking a look at a long-term client that has recently switched to the revenue model. We told her that our target would be to double her revenue over the course of the following month. I’m pleased to say we achieved that target, mainly by focusing on mobile transactions. What I learned Is it time to refresh your design? Learn to accept compromise Leverage your existing traffic It’s not how the customer arrives; it’s how they leave. Transcript Hey, welcome back, Rankers. Sorry about the audio last week. Got a few complaints, mainly from staff. But I hope you enjoyed the content. I want to talk to you a little bit more about revenue again and, incidentally, if you did have the same sort of issue with the bots that we`ve had or that we`ve seen, we`d love to know, love to hear your theories. Time for an update? This is a client who`s been with us for a while, and we`ve only just switched her to the revenue model for this one particular site, and she has a couple of sites with us. The pleasing thing about doing this is that I said to her,… Read full this story
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