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4 Tips to Optimizing Your Conversion Rate standard

The conversion rate is one of the most important metrics to track. Basically, it gives you an idea of how your marketing campaign is performing based on the number of prospects who end up buying a product or signing up for a service. If your conversion rate falls below the ideal rate (depending on the industry you are in) of the total number of prospects you engage, you may have to consider tweaking your campaign a bit. That’s not hard to do. Here are a few things you can do to optimize your conversion rate. 1. Check your other metrics A low conversion rate does not provide you with the whole picture of how your business is performing. It’s important to note that ...

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Social Media Analytics Platforms

Companies devote a great deal of time and resources today into developing and executing social media strategies to deliver on the goals important to their organizations. They create well thought-out content that addresses these goals, which may differ based on the social channel as well as their industry, value proposition or ROI expectations.  For example, a company may use social media to build a community around thought leadership, or to increase brand awareness and trust among its clients or to help nurture prospects during the lead gen process.  Or you may be nodding your head up and down to all three of these goals.  On the flip side, your clients are utilizing social media every day too – posting thousands of ...

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Website Design

Companies are embracing the digital transformation and looking for marketing initiatives that drive customers to their online channels. Website optimization, including site redesigns are topping the list of must dos for many marketers this year. And they’re looking to be guided by analytics that are aimed at improving the customer experience. Using real-time customer data and analytics allows for decisions to be made based on customer needs and provides a foundation for continuous optimization. With tools like Google Analytics, heat maps, and feedback surveys, design and digital strategies can truly be made based on real data. Taking this approach means moving away from redesigning based only on intuition or company leadership input. For many organizations this requires a cultural shift to ...

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