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Access Forex Calculators and Tool the Where's and Why's by Kenny Yong
... It typically arranges rates and conversions of various currencies in a matrix that allows for easy comparison. This type of calculator is a flexible variant of the crossrate figures most financial newspapers carry. You can set the base amount for comparison and may specify the currencies you want compared. This is a great tool for currency traders and exchange specialist as it can give them a good picture of the currency market. Mobile Currency Converters these are mini application ...

3 Ways to Increase Conversion Rates by Nick Usborne
... Both media struggle with conversion rates that typically hover around the 2% rate. Most of us throw out or recycle direct mail pieces almost every day. And most of us know how many of our site visitors leave before buying, signing up, registering or completing some other task. Now for the difference. Direct mail copywriters work extremely hard to minimize the number of readers they lose, at every stage. How hard do you work to keep and convert your readers?

Squeeze Page Testing - Critical to Your List Building Success by Sean Mize
... advertising (or whatever you are doing to generate traffic) you will put in the rotator link rather than the squeeze page link. Each time someone clicks on the rotator link, the rotate will rotate to the next squeeze page. You can then compare sign-up rates between the different squeeze pages. Anyhow, whichever way you choose to do your squeeze page testing, you must come up with one that works for you, and you must do it consistently, at least until you are satisfied with your results.

Paper Clip Management by Justin Rains
... In online advertising it is all about the numbers and conversion rates. The major disadvantage is that your daily budget can be used pretty quickly. That means your ads will not show up until the next day. After a week or two it will be easy to determine if your budget is working for you. Another disadvantage is that there is no way to stop your competition from clicking on your ad. See this post about Yahoo being sued for PPC fraud. In closing choose wisely when setting up your Pay Per ...

Broadband Tools To Measure System Performance And More by Michael Lemm
... data communication rates and storage space. * SG RWIN/BDP Calculator The RWIN/BDP calculator can be used to estimate TCP Window values, based on the Bandwidth *Delay Product (BDP for short). It can also calculate maximum bandwidth based on RWIN and latency values, and perform a number of different conversions as well. Drop in at SpeedGuide.net and test out (no pun intended) these tools . At the very least you may learn something about your current system needs or performance.

Does Your Site Have Link Value? by Ken McGaffin
... FutureNowInc , are online conversion rate specialists. They offer free content in terms of reports and articles, but the most attractive for me is the free WeWe calculator, The essence of Bryan Eisenberg's message is that if you are to increase your conversion rates, you must talk in your customer's language and address their problems, not about yourself using self-centered 'we are' speak. The WeWE calculator allows you to do just that - enter your name and URL and you'll get a free report ...

The 3 Metrics You Must Understand Before You Do Your Next Pay Per Click by Mike Makler
... 1 - Conversion RateThe Conversion rate is the number of Visitors who actually make a sale. If you have 100 Visitors and make 3 sales then your Conversion Rate is 3 Percent. Often you need to take a best guess at your conversion rate until you actually run some PPC. A 3 Percent Conversion rate is fairly conservative for most good Pay Per Click Campaigns. 2 - Return on Ad SpendReturn on Ad Spend is a measure of How Many dollars you take in versus how much you spend on advertising.

How to Measure Your Website's Performance by Charlie Cook
... A 1% percent conversion rate is a healthy rate for most businesses on the web. If you offer a free newsletter, your objective is to get as many people as possible to sign up for it, to maximize your conversion rate. While you may only get 1% of people to buy your products during a given month you should be able to get 5-15% of site visitors to give you their contact information so you can stay in touch with them. Try the Free Web Site Conversion Calculator with this link.

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