10 Essential Elements To A High Converting Website

  1. Courtney says:

    You shared so many great tips, I jotted a few of them down for me to work on with my blog this week, and also pinned to refer back to later!

    • Misty says:

      Thank you! I am glad it was helpful. If you ever run into problems or just aren’t sure you know where to find me.

  2. Melanie says:

    These are very helpful tips. Your website is beautiful!

    • Misty says:

      Thank you Melanie! I appreciate that compliment very much. Web design is one of my biggest passions. I have a big announcement coming up in the next few months.

  3. Wow! Clear navigation, I couldn’t agree more! So important and so many people think their visitor will just click around to find exactly what they are looking for.

    • Misty says:

      That’s a big one for me too. I try and keep the top navigation clutter free and to the main topics of the website. And then spread the content out from those pages.

  4. Brooke Bolen says:

    Thanks for sharing! This is all very true and a good reminder!

    • Misty says:

      You’re welcome. Thank you for reading and commenting. I appreciate it all. I am also very glad it’s a good reminder.

  5. Great tips lady, always good to learn more about blogging and I feel like some people don’t really think about how you can judge a site from the first look. If you have great content but bad writing nobod is going to see it

    • Misty says:

      I couldn’t agree more. I always strive to be helpful and give information that you all can start to implement immediately and that can impact your business for the better.

  6. Mimi says:

    Definitely some things to keep in mindd, I’ve just updated my theme but I’ve tried to keep the same tones I had before to make it cohesive

    • Misty says:

      That’s awesome! I love playing around with site design and new themes. It can be time-consuming to get everything right where you want it when you switch, but it gives you a chance to explore your brand a little more.

  7. Jaime says:

    Thanks for this comprehensive list. I was utilizing some of these but not all. I can definitely see why these things need to be include to make a site convert a lot of users.

    • Misty says:

      Thank you so much. I am glad you found the post helpful. While you don’t need everything on every page just having a few can make a big difference in how your website converts.

  8. Kelsey says:

    Great tips! I need to use the CTA more, along with my email subscriber plug ins!

    • Misty says:

      Thank you so much. Yes, you definitely want to use your CTA’s to ask people for what you want. And it’s good to have an email opt-in or email signup on every blog post and page.

  9. Hey Misty! This is a great post and spot-on tips for bloggers and business owners who are trying to capture leads. I think the one area that many bloggers miss is the SEO on every page like you said, and not just on your blog posts. This is very important. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve searched for a topic on google and got a blog’s home page instead of a blog post because they SEO’d their homepage too!

    • Misty says:

      Yes! If you are a blogger or service provider it’s so important to SEO every page of your website. Once people get to that page it’s important to be able to guide them on a journey through your website and convert them. People need to be given every opportunity to find you and then convert to a lead or subscriber.

  10. love the tips. thank you!

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