Digital marketing agencies and teams are constantly analyzing how to get a higher return on investment from their efforts. Luckily, Conversion Rate Optimization (also called A/B testing or “CRO”) is an old but extremely valuable experiment to test and with new tools, has become painless to set-up on your website. Yet, I still hear about brands changing elements on their website by guessing, instead of setting up a Conversion Rate Optimization experiment. I have no doubt your Marketing team has a good hunch about what the change will do, by why leave it to chance when you can support a change with data? This blog will break down what Conversion Rate Optimization is, what benefits it brings you, and conclude with website elements that create good CRO tests.
The necessity for personalization emerges as a website undergoes rounds of testing that examine the impact of different experiences on different users. It is an exciting time when a brand realizes that revenue is driven by personalization (the ability to target customers based on their individual preferences). Personalization and testing allow marketers to evolve their website into a more effective tool instead of risking time and money to build a one size fits all approach that doesn’t meet the needs and preferences of their customers.Read More