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What is Conversion Rate Optimisation?
CRO is all about efficient marketing. It’s a systematic process of identifying, testing and optimising your web marketing strategy. So you, ultimately, increase the percentage of visitors that take a desired action on your website. If this is to sell a product, then it means to sell more of them and boost your revenue.
  • Provide you with a CRO Expert. Who will analyse your website usability, funnelling, conversion rate, copy, aesthetics and social media use (amongst others).
  • Produce a clear report. From the results of your review and provide you with recommendations on areas of improvement that are easy to understand.
  • Define actionable steps. That you can decide to implement, either entirely or in stages, to fully embrace the CRO potential of your web services.
  • Ensure your website loads fast. Ideally, fully loaded in under 3 seconds. CRO campaigns will not be as effective on slow websites.
  • Confirm a market exists. You need to make sure you perform due diligence, confirm there is a market for what you offer otherwise no CRO campaign, however effective it may be, will help you.
  • Book a photographer. You need lots of recent high-resolution photos. Of you, your team, the environment, your products and happy customers. Reach out to a professional photographer, they’ll know what you need.
The Power of CRO Metrics.

CRO Metrics are benchmarks specifically chosen to assess your website’s performance whilst also identifying opportunities.

Entrance Pages

The page(s) where a unique visitor enters your website from an external source. Such as from a paid advertising campaign, organic search result or social media post etc.

Bounce Rate

The percentage of unique visitors that land on your website but then leave without browsing to other pages on your site. This can be due to a navigational or relevancy issue amongst others.

Click Through Rate (CTR)

How many of the unique visitors that saw your ads, organic listing or search results actually clicked on your website link. This can be used for keyword performance, relevance and effectiveness.

Pages per Visit (PPV)

Your average pages per visit indicates how engaged the visitors are with your website content. How interesting and relevant it is to them and ultimately, your brand.

Return on Investment (ROI)

How much you have spent and what you have got back in return for your spend is vital in the CRO process. Without this metric it's difficult to gauge the impact of the changes in your marketing.

Cost per Conversion (CPC)

This indicates the price you pay to obtain a new customer from start to finish. Enhancing your customer journey is vital to improve the conversion rate whilst reducing your overall CPC.

Website Traffic

How many unique visitors load your website, when and from where. By tracking patterns in your traffic, you can determine key areas of improvement and when to advertise promotions.

Load Times

The speed in which your website responds to user interaction. Studies reveal the first five seconds are vital to maintain interest in your brand and directly impact conversion rate.

Exit Pages

The percentage of visitors that leave your website from a specific web page having visiting at least one other. We need to define an acceptable exit rate for each page and improve it.
Why Conversion Rate is Vital For Online Success.

It’s hard to design a website experience that delivers results consistently. CRO puts the power in your hands so you can see those leaks in your marketing strategy and plug them. Here are some big reasons why you should consider being a conversion rate centric business.

Data-driven

Strategic Decisions

Be confident in your strategic decisions by analysing the data of your customers behaviour. This identifies ways to better engage with them.
SEO + CRO

Synergistic Benefits

By combining CRO with SEO, you optimise your entire web experience so you please visitors and search engines alike. Reap the benefits of being found more easily.
Trust

Customer Retention

Who doesn't like feeling valued and appreciated? Your customers will reward you for doing so by trusting your brand and that means returning time again.
Trends

Keeping Fresh

When you're data-driven, trends and forecasting are much easier to create and more accurate too. Use this to your advantage and stay ahead of trends.
Efficiency

Outpace Competition

By optimising your marketing strategy, your efficiency will skyrocket and efficient businesses are often the most successful.
Pain Points

Negative Reviews

Statistics reveal around 88% of online users are unlikely to return to a website after a bad experience. Identify these problems before they become a major headache.
Ready to boost your Conversions? Let's Talk.
Oliver Corby

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