Nick Disabato – Draft Analysis
Draft Analysis: What works now. What’ll work for you.
A year of highly actionable, conversion-focused website critiques.
You have a store. You find a theme that looks good, and slap your logo on it. Someone tells you that exit intents convert well, so you put a coupon code on an exit intent plugin. Quick view is a thing, too, so you add that. And you put a carousel on for good measure. And live chat! Gotta have live chat.
You launch, and things go well… for a little while. But your conversion rate isn’t great, it’s plateaued, and it costs inordinately much to get qualified traffic from your ad campaigns.
What’s the deal? People like your store. You’ve done everything right. But others are eating your lunch – not only on conversion rate, but also on mindshare and average order value.
This is the Whole Point of Optimization
You’re not going to stop using off-the-shelf solutions. Compared to something custom, they’re comically easy to implement. And they offer a solid blueprint for something that did work for somebody, once. That’s definitely better than nothing.
But when your conversion rate stalls and you take a bath over the holidays, or your sale doesn’t perform like you expected, then you’re going to need to improve, somehow. Maybe that involves ripping it out and starting anew – but more likely, you’ll need to optimize to what you already have.
But how do you know what to work on – and what to change it to? Well, you don’t. But you can figure it out – and the best way is to stand on the shoulders of giants. For example, are you selling cameras? It probably behooves you to figure out what B&H and Adorama are doing. Everyday carry stuff? Well, Bellroy & Shinola are doing a lot right.
What if there was a way to dive into how these stores really work, and get actionable takeaways for your business? You’d come away with a solid plan of what to do next – and how to improve what you already have. Presenting Draft Analysis, a series of 25 video critiques of the best & most interesting stores out there.
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