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Sometimes, CRO gets you in a rut and you simply need inspiration. And what best way to attain that inspiration than through actual implementations done on other sites? But where to look, who to look at, and how to get that information? Well, we’ve carried the brunt of the work for you! We conducted research on over 500 SAAS and e-commerce sites to come up with some great resources for you. These will be a series of very exciting articles reviewing various pages on the sites and drawing inspiration and information for you.
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Seasonality is an ever-evolving trend.
Even if you are not in a seasonal business – your customers are reacting to a particular season in predictable ways that you can leverage.
According to BigCommerce, nearly 40% of online sales are generated in the last three months of the year – October, November, and December.
What’s more:Read More
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Prof Sheen Iyengar of Colombia University is one of the world’s leading experts on the psychology of humans when it comes a choice.
She conducted experiments early in her tenure that was groundbreaking. She set up a tasting table at a grocery store offering visitors a taste from an assortment of 24 different jams. 60% of the shoppers stopped by and took a taste. But then she set up a table with just 6 flavors. A lesser amount of 40% of shoppers stopped by and took a taste.
But the kicker was that 30% of …Read More
It would be great to simply change some copy, a headline, a button on your site to see massive improvements. But you and I know, that’s not the reality. In the early 2000s, when websites were still growing and developing, those slight changes could highly influence the user. However, now, because of the variety of well-designed sites, sticking out by having better usability really doesn’t move the needle.
SHIP (Scrutinize, Hypothesize, Implement, and Propagate), is our CRO methodology. The 4 phases represent the overall CRO process we follow at our organization. Ultimately, the research you collect during the scrutinize phase …Read More
If you are a marketer, optimizing for conversions is probably etched in bold in your job description. After all, getting users to complete the desired action on your website – be it clicking on a PPC ad, filling up a form, subscribing to the blog, or making a purchase – is the primary objective. The more efficiently you can drive conversions, the more you end up saving in terms of time, money, and effort.
Needless to say, every little tweak you make to your website to convert a visitor into a customer or a passive user into an active one, …Read More
Data from U.S consumer monitors demonstrates a distinct spending peak in certain seasons. Even amidst the 2008-2009 recession, the average spending always went up around new year and Christmas season.
Optimizing your website for conversions around peak seasons will give you an additional boast and generate higher revenues.
There are few basics premises that you should keep in mind while creating campaigns during the holidays:Read More
Did you know that 87% of in-store shoppers look for information online before shopping, 79% while visiting store and 35% after visiting a store. Check out our infographic “How Digital Influences In-store Shopping Behavior” to know how digital is influencing in-store shopping behavior and latest statistics and trends.Read More
Khalid recently wrote a post on why most case studies suck. Well, it wasn’t actually that case studies that suck, but rather that the AB experiments conducted within these case studies are simply not valid. We also had an interesting discussion about in the Invesp linkedin and the Invesp facebook pages and tweeted about it as well.
The point of this long week debate came down to: process, process, process.
If you follow a sound CRO process and are careful about missteps when it comes to AB testing, you can achieve amazing results and have a successful program.
But for …Read More
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