Social proof is when people influence others in ambiguous situations causing herding behavior. Social proof can be very powerful persuasion as over 70% of consumers read reviews before making a purchase. Here, we will discuss the different types of social proof and strategies to boost conversion.
Businesses spend a lot of money on web design, SEO and advertising to drive web traffic so it is critical that people want to engage with your website so that they convert into customers. If you are using Google Analytics, a good measure for people who are leaving your website after viewing just one page is called bounce rate. Another measure of non-conversion is if people are browsing your site but they are not taking any actions like leaving their contact information or buying your products. Here, we have compiled some reasons why people leave and what you can do to fix these issues.