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Optimising your website and landing pages to improve the conversion rate can be one of the fastest ways to improve your bottom line. Depending on the position your business is in this channel often tends to be what will deliver the fastest results from our growth strategies.

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Data driven design updates

The process of optimising for higher conversions comes from reviewing the available data to see how current users of your site are interacting with the current designs and then making changes to encourage them to make choices that provide a better outcome for your business.

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Constant Split Testing

To find out if your current design is the optimal version we run a different version of the page and split the traffic between the two to see which version delivers a better result. Once we have enough data to provide an acceptable answer we move all the traffic back to the winning page.

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SEO results can only be achieved in long time-frames, right? Wrong!

Test, compare, implement, repeat

Heat mapping

We are able to run a program on your site which will create a heatmap of the current user behaviour. This information is one of the fastest ways we can work out what is grabbing the attention of your current users and ensure that they are not being distracted from your actual goals.

Pop-ups

By enabling the use of pop-ups across your site we can encourage your users to take a specific action. This could be moving them from a blog page to a service page or offering them a great resource in exchange for their name and email address. We can even use them to bring them back onto the page when they are about to leave.

Split testing

This is the process of taking a highly optimised version of a page and then make a change to a section of the page and compete the versions against each other to see which will deliver a higher conversion rate. Generally used on landing pages although if your site generates enough traffic this can be used to test anything, the volume is the key.

Test, compare, implement, repeat

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Why you should consider us to be your agency for Conversion Rate Optimisation

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The service pages on your website are where you will often win or lose the sale.

Optimising these pages to ensure your traffic is converting as highly as possible is of paramount importance. If your service pages do not convert at a high level it will case a negative effect across all your marketing efforts.

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Via sending paid marketing traffic to dedicated landing pages we can increases conversions.

These pages were born from the need to improve conversion optimisation rates. The pages are specifically developed to provide the user with one option and make it as enticing as possible to take that option. We even remove the menu!

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People reading your blog should be converting into lead you just may need to give them a reason.

We create all out blog posts to target search terms on Google that have monthly volume or to be clickbait for social media posts. We need to be sure that when people land on the articles we are offering them a very enticing reason to leave us their email address or sign up as a lead.

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Don’t settle for anything less than 100% transparency across your entire  account.

From analytical data to the entire scope of work and all the finer details in between, you can rest assure that we will always deliver 100% transparency across the board.

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Our brilliant team of CRO experts focus on aligning your strategy based of real data.

From heat mapping, to content creation, technical optimisation and competitor research, all decisions are justified and based on real data.

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Emad Raad – Head Of Digital

Emad Raad

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Frequently asked questions

What is a conversion rate in SEO?

The conversion rate is when a visitor to your website performs a desired action. These actions can vary according to your brand’s goals. Actions such as buying a product, filling out a form, or subscribing to a service would all be considered conversion actions.

Conversion isn’t SEO, but good SEO (such as targeting the right keywords) can help you improve your conversion rate. You can calculate your conversion rate by measuring the number of visitors that visit a page against the number of those same visitors that performed the desired action (e.x.: made a purchase).

What is a good conversion rate?

In all seriousness, a good conversion rate is one that’s higher than it is now. A conversion rate can always be optimised and improved. Conversion rates also vary widely by industry and business model, which is why it’s always helpful to seek out the experience and advice of a good CRO agency that can look at your current website conversion rate and advise on a robust conversion optimisation strategy.

As a ballpark, looking across industries, the average landing page conversion rate sits at about 2.35%, with the top 10% of organisations converting their landing pages at 11.45%. If you aren’t converting at that level, you will definitely benefit from conversion rate optimisation services.

How long should you let your conversion optimisation experiments run?

Most professionals would suggest at least a two week period, allowing you to see how website traffic might be affected by time or day of the week. But the time frame of experiments can also be affected if there aren’t enough conversions in the experiment to make it valid, or if there isn’t a statistical significance observed.

Depending on your business, and your website traffic, experiments may be able to run on a shorter or longer timeframe. Until you’ve been able to observe a statistical significance, you want to keep testing.

How do I get a high conversion rate?

There are many different strategies that can be implemented in order to achieve a higher conversion rate. Once again, the type of industry or company will come into play, but a few simple ways to help raise conversions include:

  • Adding testimonials
  • Keeping conversion elements above the fold (e.x.: don’t make your potential customers scroll to find them)
  • Practicing landing page optimisation, and creating a new landing page for each pay-per-click ad
  • Incorporating strong call-to-actions throughout your website
    Including a clear value proposition
  • Offering various payment options

There are a myriad of strategies to help you hit higher conversion numbers and CRO specialists are uniquely situated to help you uncover and implement strategies that can increase your conversion rate.

Why is Conversion Rate Optimisation Important?

Conversion Rate Optimisation is important because it enables you to reduce your customer acquisition costs. This happens when you get more value from the customers you already have. If you can optimize your conversion rate, you can increase your revenue per customer and acquire more customers.

Optimising your conversion rate will help you zero in on pages that are converting, and give you insight into what is working, so you can continue to improve your overall conversions into the future.

What are the steps of conversion optimisation?
  1. Decide on what steps you want your customer to take
  2. What are the steps of conversion optimization?
  3. Try making small changes to high-impact pages on your website in order to entice customers to act
  4. Test your results
  5. Verify your findings

Once you’ve verified your findings, you can continue the cycle of optimising your conversions by making incremental changes to other areas, testing those results, and verifying conclusions to constantly make strides towards improving your conversion rates.

What is a good conversion rate for social media?

Once again, conversion rates differ from industry to industry and even from company to company. What is typically good for one business may not be for another. In general, however, a good conversion rate for social media is between 2% and 5%.

This means, of all the people who click on your ad, 2-5% of those will perform the desired action, whatever that may be to assist in hitting the goals.

What is a good Amazon conversion rate?

On Amazon, the conversion rate is measured by comparing how many sales occur for each view of a listing. Conversion rates will differ depending on a number of factors, including, for example, the amount of competition your product has on Amazon.

While the internet typically has a conversion of 2-3%, Amazon is special because it has a certain amount of trust with its users that don’t exist across the rest of the internet. That’s why Amazon’s conversion rates are a bit higher. Amazon PPC advertisers find there’s a typical conversion rate of around 10%.