What if you lost a lead this year because your website wasn’t optimized for conversion? No big deal, right? Well, that’s okay as long as that advance Costa Rica WhatsApp Number wasn’t going to turn into a deal…if it did, then it’s $10,000, $20,000 or even $30,000 straight down the drain . And, as my real estate agent says, “It only takes one – the right one .” Unfortunately, for most unoptimized websites, the truth is far more depressing than one lost lead per year. A website that loses a lead from your target market will, after all, lose all similar leads. This is why preparing your real estate site to convert its visitors is absolutely vital… before generating traffic (paid and organic). How, though, do you know if your website is or isn’t optimized for conversion?
Online Real Estate
For our thousands of Carrot members, 64% of all leads come from a mobile device . Not via desktop or laptop, but via phone with the click of a thumb. And it’s happening all over the world online, not just at Carrot. 52% of all global online traffic is generated from smartphones, according to Shane Barker. This means that if you want to convert more than half of your website visitors, you can’t create a bad mobile experience. Google takes this so seriously that it recently rolled out mobile-first indexing, which essentially means it prioritizes the performance of the mobile version of your website over the desktop version. And they’re not the only ones taking mobile website performance seriously.
Easy for Visitors
The same goes for your website visitors. In fact, 61% of shoppers have more positive opinions of brands that deliver a great mobile experience, according to Crazy-egg. That’s why, at Carrot, each of our website designs is designed to convert visitors, no matter what device they use to browse. Carrot Real Estate Websites for High Lead Generation Here are some signs that your website is not mobile friendly… You can scroll from side to side and the screen does not adapt to the size of the device. The words become so small that they are unreadable on a mobile device. Buttons are hard to click with a normal sized thumb on mobile.