Sometimes, it’s not what you say, but how you say it.
When marketers are tasked by their company leaders to activate an optimization strategy within their organization, they may not realize the hurdles and challenges that are likely to come their way in the process and the kinds of resources they’ll need to successfully optimize their company’s website(s).
We are in the midst of a rapid technology shift with the rise of voice search. Google projects that 50 percent of all online searches will be voice searches by 2020, and the devices for these will be in 55 percent of U.S. homes by 2022.
Did you know that you are in a relationship with your users?
You could be in the courtship phase and trying to attract new people to your website, or perhaps you’re already “dating” and trying to show your best self so users continue to interact with your brand. Maybe you’re in the “honeymoon phase” where your users can’t seem to get enough of you, or you’ve entered that “comfortable” and familiar stage in a relationship that only comes from having been together for a long time. Or, maybe you’ve hit a rough patch with your users and you’re doing all you can to win back their trust and their hearts.
Most online businesses are engaged in all of these types of relationships simultaneously with different subsets of users, across multiple touch points in their conversion and engagement funnels.
But, no matter what type of relationship a website is in with its users – from new user acquisition to maintaining those loyal brand evangelists – they all want that “one true thing”: for users to fall in love with their product, service, or brand and convert, ideally over and over again throughout the relationship life cycle.
This Valentine’s Day, we break down the science behind why users fall in love with a particular website (and, just as important, why they don’t) with a special Valentine’s Day-themed webinar on how AI-powered personalization can boost your conversion rate optimization strategy and make users fall in love with your website so that they keep coming back to your brand and you achieve continuous, ongoing conversions from your users.
In the webinar, you’ll learn how to:
The optimization of your website’s content is critical to boosting conversion rates and authentically creating an engaging user experience. Some trends that are driving changes in the CX can help you exceed customer expectations and enjoy a higher conversion rate in 2019:
To stand out in a fiercely competitive digital landscape, the best travel websites demand highly optimized, user friendly landing pages to attract and retain users. Even a few small, quick optimizations to your site’s most heavily trafficked landing pages can have a significant impact on your conversion rates, UX, and engagement metrics.
Here are some of the most impactful, yet fairly simple, optimizations you can make to your site’s landing pages in order to see the best results:
Deciding how much or how quickly to overhaul your website can be a complex decision, with multiple factors (and stakeholders) to consider. Here, we’ll lay out the two most common types of website redesign strategies – “big bang” versus gradual – and the pros and cons for each approach.
What is a “big bang redesign?”
Email is often the most profitable channels for e-commerce websites, which is why it's so important to make sure you're continuously optimizing your campaigns and testing your content to make sure you're providing users with relevant messaging that will keep them engaged and encourage them to purchase.
We've narrowed down the most important strategic factors that determine whether or not your email campaigns are successful:
Finding the right digital marketing agency to work with that suits your needs is kind of like going on a first date. Will you get along? Will it be a good match? Will it lead to a long, fulfilling relationship? Or, will you both leave disappointed and frustrated?