SalesSalvage.com We Find Out Why Exiting Visitors Didnt Buy .pdf
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Author: Christian Dillstrom
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SalesSalvage.com is a start-up.
In fact, it is a spin-off of global boutique
social media agency 12social.com.
Currently, SalesSalvage.com has offices
in London, UK and Tallinn, Estonia and
its services are available every country
in the World.
Today SalesSalvage.com services are
used by web pages in 130 countries.
SalesSalvage.com is owned by Mr
Christian Dillstrom who has founded
and ran three global start-ups.
During last seven years, Mr Dillstrom
has given Growth Hacking consulting
for over 10% of Fortune500-companies.
To boost sales of companies around the
Globe, he has made over 100 marketing
innovations. Today hundreds of millions
his marketing solutions are active.
Each company seems to share the same
Only a few realize the problem, but
none of them can solve it with a
satisfactory financial return.
12social.com was asked to solve this
problem. After years of trialling and
testing, a great solution was found.
SalesSalvage.com is based on that
Most Visitors Won’t Buy
Company websites and online stores
are losing more sales than they receive.
Unfortunately, companies do not know
real reasons why they are losing sales.
Usability and AB-testing or educated
guessing have not revealed these
reasons. If they would have, companies
would not be losing sales.
As a result, they cannot fix this problem.
Scope of problem?
98% of website visitors do not turn into
sales. If website improves conversion
only by 14%, its results will increase by
75.6% of online shopping carts are
abandoned causing $800 billion annual
If online store fixes problems of just
20% of non-buying visitors, sales would
increase by 62%.