How to Use the Google Browsersize Tool [VIDEO]

How to Use the Google Browsersize Tool

Finally!  You’ve developed the perfect WordPress page!

Maybe it’s a great looking squeeze page to help you build a list.  Or, better yet, it’s a sales page to help increase those orders!

But wait… things just aren’t converting like you thought they would.

Could it be… that NO ONE can see your BUY button, Opt-In Form or other call to action?

Maybe people aren’t clicking on your ads, simply because they can’t see them.

In this short 5 minute video, I’ll show you a simple tool you can use to make sure at least 90%  (or more) of your visitors can see what you want them to see.

(It’s a great way to make sure your WordPress site is taking advantage of its “above-the-fold” real-estate!)

(Watch How to Use the Google Browsersize Tool on YouTube)

I’ll be glad to answer any questions… just leave them in the comments below!

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Leave A Reply (14 comments so far)

  1. Alun
    8 years ago

    I don't get this Mercer sorry, does it mean that 99% or 99 out of 100 people only see that tiny portion of our sites?

    • Chris Mercer
      8 years ago

      Hi Alun – It means that 99% of the people can see that part of your site, without having to use the scroll bar. Then, as you drop down you can see what 95% or 90% of the people can see (without have to scroll around).The best way to use this tool is to design your page, then load it into the Browsersize tool and get an idea of who can see what.For example, if your opt-in form is showing under the 80% color-band, that means 20% would have to use the scroll bar to view your form. (Which could hurt your conversions.)I know it can be a bit confusing at first, and I\’m open to additional questions if you have them!

  2. Faisal
    8 years ago

    Hey Chris,
    Awesome video man. its very helpful 🙂

  3. Trish
    8 years ago

    As always, a great educational video from you Chris; I have shared at my blog site and have rightfully so retained all credits to you and your site. Thanks, Trish. Keep up the great teachings, I am learning so much from you.

    • Chris Mercer
      8 years ago

      Thanks Trish! Greatly appreciated!

  4. Laura
    8 years ago

    Wow! What a great tool from Google! I had no idea that some people may not see everything that I see on my website, but that makes sense. This tool will really help me and I'm going off to use it right now! thanks again Mercer for your great information…. Hey, BTW, I liked the added screen behind you and that there was no visual stuff distracting me. Great!! 🙂

    • Chris Mercer
      8 years ago

      Thanks for noticing Laura… I was hoping that screen would help! 🙂

  5. Duane Ford
    8 years ago

    Thanks Mercer,
    I've always wondered if my blog was sized correctly and now I know!

    I just pulled it up with the google tool and it is right at the 90% mark. That's good enough for me.

    Once again, you've given us some very helpful and useful guidance. You're appreciated, by me at least.

    Duane Ford

    • Chris Mercer
      8 years ago

      Glad to see you took action and tried it out! It\’s a pretty cool tool. I agree… I\’m at the 90% mark and I\’m good. 🙂

  6. Ellie
    8 years ago

    Thanks Chris. One of those seemingly small tools that can mean a great deal in our marketing. Thank you!

    • Chris Mercer
      8 years ago

      Isn\’t it funny how the small tools are often the ones that can help in the biggest ways? 🙂

  7. Thanks for the video Mercer very helpful and presented very professionally.


    • Chris Mercer
      8 years ago

      Thanks Steve… I appreciate the feedback!

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