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Improve sales on any website - guaranteed

Improve sales on any website - guaranteed

Wellington Internet marketing company - Redcow Marketing, have just released a product that will improve the sales, leads and revenue streams on any website.

The method on offer is based around conversion lifting which is improving the levels of engagement from existing traffic sources on business website. 

Redcow have developed a method over years of testing and say they will improve the levels of conversions guaranteed! If for any reason a business does not generate more leads, sales and/or customers from existing traffic they will refund the entire investment placed into the programme.

The results from testing and implementation of this have been remarkable to say the least, with one client generating more than double the cost of the programme in extra sales in the first month of implementation!

Results from others who have used the improvement services.....

•  Wellington business - 262% more revenue online
•  Wellington business - 100% higher conversions from web enhancements
•  Wellington business - 70% more sales on booking system
•  Wellington business - 127% more booking numbers in month one
•  Auckland business - 291% increase in more conversions in 3 months
•  Auckland business - 1654% more conversions in rentals

Their website has just launched and includes a really cool and funky conversion lift calculator so you can see how much a increase can mean to your bottom line.

"Its amazing what a conversion lift can do in terms of revenue streams and new opportunities and for a long time businesses have been concentrating only on traffic and design but for a website to really generate a return companies need to now look at conversion lifting" says Dave Lemmon the strategic director of Redcow.

At present the market seems flooded with companies that focus on driving traffic what Redcow Marketing offer is completely new, refreshing and without risk - improving the level of conversions by default with your current traffic will instantly mean more business - its that easy. 

Redcow are focused on making introductions to any organisation that wants more revenue from its website and is very happy to work directly with the business owner and conduct the product on their website or consult the services to the business owners online marketing team. 

Managing Director Leanne Chapman says "Most people spend money on more traffic or a new design in order to generate more revenue but really it all comes down to conversions, once you have a high performing website - then you see the returns"

For a look at this product please visit...


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