From the various instructions that are currently circulating for optimizing the conversion rate, we have selected the ten most effective. If you implement them consistently, you should quickly see success in increasing your conversion rate: 1. KISS – “keep it simple and stupid”: This is especially true for design. Users want familiar processes and interfaces,… Continue reading 10 tips on how to push your conversion rate
How many questions are too many for surveys?
It may have already happened to you: The next survey is coming up, but you haven’t had time to think yet: What is the best way to set up my questionnaire? Surveys often seem to be a science in themselves understandably so, there are different opinions about the ideal number of questions. But how many… Continue reading How many questions are too many for surveys?
Take a screenshot in Windows with the clip tool
Previously in Windows, you had to use the less-than-intuitive method of pressing the Print Screen key and pasting it into a graphics program if you wanted to add highlighting and save a screenshot. Then Microsoft included a tool called the Snippet Tool in Windows Vista and later Windows versions to make it easier to capture… Continue reading Take a screenshot in Windows with the clip tool
Export forms and respondents directly to Excel
In HeyForm you have always been able to export all questions and answers to your forms as CSV files. However, these files have been difficult to open in some versions of Microsoft Excel or other spreadsheet applications. By popular request, we have therefore now made all exports directly to Microsoft Excel format.
Few tips for online questionnaires and forms
1. Build the form for easy-to-read results The key is to ask questions with clear answer options that create results that are easy to analyze and visualize. An example of such a clear question might be: What services do you use from us?1) Gym2) Massage3) Personal training If you include too many open-ended questions that… Continue reading Few tips for online questionnaires and forms
What is a contact form?
The visitor of a website can contact the operator/owner of the website via a contact form. The contact form makes it easier to get in touch because the request or message can be written and sent directly via the website without having to take the detour via e-mail. For this reason, every website should offer… Continue reading What is a contact form?
Helpful tips to get started with texts and questions when creating your questionnaire
Write the way you talk Every text, with all the rules, is a personal product. So do not try to pretend. You’ll only cramp up. When my junior copywriters ask me how they should write, I always say: Imagine you’re sitting at the counter and you meet a friend, and that’s who you’re telling the… Continue reading Helpful tips to get started with texts and questions when creating your questionnaire
What are social signals anyway?
Wouldn’t it be great if Likes and Tweets could also improve the ranking of your own website? Unfortunately, it’s not quite that simple. But before we ponder further, let’s first clarify what social signals are and how they can be used. Explanation of terms Social signals are publicly available information about the engagement of a… Continue reading What are social signals anyway?
What is click-baiting, anyway?
The verb “to bait” translates very well as “to lure”. The idea is to somehow hook the user. In the case of click-baiting, this means clickbait. The bait is a small but powerful story. This technique is not new: We are all familiar with it from the tabloid media and the tabloids. But while a… Continue reading What is click-baiting, anyway?
7 tips for a good link structure
Our checklist tells you what a good link structure looks like in order to provide your website visitors with an optimal user experience (UX). Use meaningful link texts! The most important thing to start with: use understandable and equally activating language for your links. Make sure that the right expectations are aroused in the visitor.… Continue reading 7 tips for a good link structure