May 20th, '09, 23:10
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Conversion rates for online tea businesses?

by Yogic Chai » May 20th, '09, 23:10

Can someone already involved in doing business online share with us what your typical conversion rate is.

or

If you happen to know what the industry standard conversion rate is, that would be helpful too ;)

Thanks

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May 22nd, '09, 08:45
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by virago_ns » May 22nd, '09, 08:45

What are you converting? Measurements, dollars?

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Jul 1st, '09, 14:18
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by tea buddha » Jul 1st, '09, 14:18

I think he's talking about converting "hits" into "customers". Not an easy number to come up with, too many variables. A great site that is easy to navigate, informative and offers value is a good place to start.

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Jul 5th, '09, 15:01
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by virago_ns » Jul 5th, '09, 15:01

Ahhh... that's a tough one. I agree with Yogic Chai. Keep it simple and easy to buy. Pictures are important, people like to see what they are buying.

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