— Increase Your Sales
Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO)
Maximize the traffic your websites and mobile applications already have. Conversion rate optimization (CRO) is the process of increasing the percentage of your visitors who take a desired action. Increase your conversion rates and revenue.
Audio 7.10 Minutes
— Quick Question:
What if we were to tell you that you could turn more website visitors into customers?
Thereby improving your conversion rates, rather than spending more on paid ads to increase sales leads, or online purchases?
Wouldn’t you be curious as to how this could be done?
We know we would be. Generate more sales while spending the same amount or less? Absolutely. This is something marketers call Conversion Rate Optimisation.
But let’s put the brakes on just for a second. What exactly is a conversion, and how is it defined?
Firstly, consider what your goals are
A goal could be a phone call made to your business, or a contact form being submitted, or a completed online purchase. When a website visitor does one of these things, the goal then becomes a conversion. In essence, it’s something that you’ve defined, that you can measure as an indicator of success.
The conversion rate optimisation process
Discovery: This stage involves gathering data and listing hypotheses to inform your testing. This stage is time consuming, but if implemented correctly, can save you a lot of time further down the process. When collecting data make sure to focus on three main areas: company goals/ USPs, customers objections and website usability sales funnel. Based on this information make informed hypotheses about what, where and who you want to test.
Experiments: This stage is where the testing begins. This step varies depending on specific circumstances. Some companies will have to create a wireframe test design initially whereas others may make changes directing to their website using tools to optimise their website.
Review: Check if your hypothesis. Firstly, check if your hypothesis was statistically significant, this can be tested through tools such as Sample Size Calculator. If it is, you can now check if the hypothesis is correct. If the hypothesis is correct, determine how to scale these results onto the website. If the hypothesis is not correct, what did you learn? Use this information to adjust your hypothesis and test again.
What to Expect
Steve ( Growthlytics) has dedicated his career to Digital Marketing and his knowledge and skills in this area are second to none. These skills married with a solid knowledge of lead generation make him a huge asset to any online business.
US DIRECTOR AT MONEVO.COM
How do you optimize conversion rate?
Why is Conversion Rate Optimization Important?
What can help you analyze conversion rate optimization?
How can conversion optimization affect your return on investment?
What is a realistic conversion rate?
visualise how CRO can benefit you
For every 100 website visitors, you’re generating 3 leads, of which you are converting 2 into a sale. You’ve spent £200 in Google adverts to achieve this, and the total revenue earned is £400. You’ve therefore made a profit of £200.
Is this enough to make your business profitable, or are you trying to grow your business further? The obvious route to making more money, is to increase your advertising spend.
This of course makes sense, but how about if we could somehow improve your profitability, and turn your £200 profit into, (for example), £500 of profit instead? Doing this would mean you’re not having to hand over more of your marketing budget to Google, yet you’re still increasing profitability.
If you’re still reading this page, then we must have piqued your interest! So to reward you, here’s some insight into how we can do this for you…
If we’re to increase your conversion rates
Then we need to start looking at the pages on your website that you’re promoting; typically, these should be pages which you’re relying on that lead to a sale. All too often, we come across content which is too generic, or too bland, or talks about the company first. How about instead, placing the customer front and centre within your content? What pain points are they feeling right now? You need to resonate with them before you can start talking about the services you offer.
We also need to look at your calls to action
By this, we mean the clickable buttons that link to another page, or submit a form when clicked upon.
Indeed, are there any?! If so, how many are there?
Does the call to action button stand out so it’s immediately apparent where to click if someone wants to make contact? Or add a product to the shopping cart?
Have you reviewed the experience on a mobile phone?
How easy is it to locate your contact information?
The list is endless, but we individually check each of these elements – and many more – in order to provide the website visitor with the best experience. Anything less, and you’ll be encouraging them to click the “Back” button, to return to Google’s search results page, and find someone else to approach. This is made worse if you’ve paid for that initial click to your website!
— Improve performance
How can we help improve your website’s performance
Our Conversion Rate Optimisation services ensure that you maximise the potential from every website visitor. By reviewing your existing data, we can determine where people start to lose interest.
We scrutinise the user behaviour, and take a good look at the customer journey through your site, identifying areas of weakness and highlighting areas for improvement. This sets the benchmark, against which we will be able to witness the impact of the optimisation work as we move forward. We then apply some of those changes, collect some data over time, and monitor the impact.
Marketing is all about continual testing, and analysing the data from those tests. The more tests we run, the more we can discover in terms of what alterations provide the most positive effects, in driving sales and relevant leads.
Some of the required changes can be made on an existing page within the website, but we would often recommend creating new landing pages – ones which we hide from your main menu navigation, but we direct web traffic to them in order to conduct a split test, to see which page works best.
— Quick Question:
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to conversion rate optimisation.
Everything we do is tailored specifically to you and your business.
After all, it’s your data, your website, and your business niche we’ll be working with, so there’s no blanket approach to your strategy. Many of the tools that we use are widely available to any marketer, but it’s our unrivalled ability to interpret data and combine it with your business growth goals, that truly sets us apart from everyone else.
Our consultants are highly experienced across multiple industries, Whichever business sector you’re in, and whatever type of business you have, we have the in-house skills and know-how that will improve your profitability, and drive sustainability through these uncertain times.
Why would you use us to grow your business?
Why Should I Prioritise Conversion Rate Optimisation Over Other Marketing Methods?
Sending traffic to poorly conceived web pages will only waste much of your efforts in getting them there in the first place. So before you start paying for clicks, whether through Google, Facebook, YouTube or other platforms, you need to ensure the style, content and design of your web pages is visually engaging, and ultimately encourages a higher percentage of your web traffic to make contact, or make a purchase.
So why wait? Conversion Rate Optimisation is one of the most effective marketing strategies available. Contact our specialists today for a free consultation.
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