Use testimonials of people who didn’t buy and their reasons for not buying. It should be presented as a positive: “I didn’t buy because X but would have bought because of Y and Z” where X is a benefit that they don’t need or does not apply to them, and Y and Z are also benefits that do.
Emphasize testimonials might lead to higher conversion rate.
Use a big picture of the person giving the testimonial that changes after a short time (3–5 seconds after it becomes visible on the viewer’s screen) to the actual testimonial (text or video that plays silently.)
Don’t waste time going through a lot of irrelevant material when looking for information on the internet.
A service that offers on-demand personal researchers. You choose the area to research (like health, advertising, sports, etc.) and briefly communicate exactly what you are looking for. The personal researcher will then do the research for you and send you the most relevant information with links to the original materials.
Get better attention from you website visitor.
Wherever you need attention (a headline, sub-headline, paragraph, image, etc.), show an animated countdown (from 3 to 1 for example), and only then reveal the actual web page element.
Marketing automation encompasses many functions and service. It would be useful to have a tool to help build funnels.
A graphical interface where you can drag and drop specific functions connected to external services (Facebook, Google, etc.) and have the basic building blocks (tracking pixels, campaigns, etc.) built for you at these services (using their APIs), all based on your design.