Everyone wants to work hard at getting people onto their website, and that’s great. The problem comes from your visitors’ lack of doing anything. Nobody benefits unless they take some form of action. Action that eventually helps your bottom line. All websites have a bounce rate, defined by visitors that come along and do nothing
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- Sell on third-party marketplaces, with a revenue over £100k.pa.
- Have a social media audience of at least 10,000 followers.
- Are committed to growing their brand by selling independently.
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