While our SEO & PPC teams are working to bring as much traffic to your site as possible, our Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) team focuses on making your site easy to use for your users, so that they complete intended actions such as buying products or subscribing to mailing lists.
This involves a lot of user research into your audience and users. There’s not a set best practice to follow, it’s all about finding what works best for your particular audience. We conduct large amounts of research using Google Analytics, Formisimo, surveys and user testing to find out what is stopping users from purchasing or entering their details.
We then use this information to create A/B tests to see how different changes affect your conversion rate. For example we might try out variations of your homepage with different banners. We split the traffic evenly between each version to see which works better and then implement the winning variation.
PPC Landing Pages
We also work closely with the PPC team to build well optimised, high converting landing pages specifically for PPC campaigns. These pages follow a different set of rules, so it’s wise to employ a specialist to help you maximise the return on investment of your campaigns.
Our Conversion Rate Optimisation team are constantly researching and reading up on the latest developments within the industry to stay ahead of the trends and ensure your site performs as well as possible.
In a world where it is becoming increasingly difficult to rely solely on SEO to see results from your digital marketing campaigns, Conversion Rate Optimisation can offer a competitive edge without having to incur the cost of a brand new website, by increasing lead generation on your existing site and ensuring your business remains successful.
Speak to our Manchester-based Conversion Rate Optimisation experts today.
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What we do
We start by researching your audience and how they interact with your site using a variety of different methods including surveys, user testing and analytics among others.
We use this research to formulate ideas of things that could potentially be improved on your site. This might be something like a banner redesign or rewriting the text.
A/B tests are performed on each variation at the same time to show us exactly which version of the page performs better.
Once a winner is declared we work with the development team to implement the winning site design and then begin the process again so improvements are continually being made.