Conversion Optimization: Which Metrics Matter?
Conversion optimization should be critical to every business, not just those with ecommerce offerings. Find out which metrics should matter to you and why.
Why Conversion Optimization Should Be Your Top Priority in 2014
Did you know that marketers are more likely to have high conversion rates when they invest 10-25% of their time and 5% of their budget on optimization? Given that, however, 70% of marketers do not know their competitors’ conversion rates, nor do they know the average for their industries. If you don’t know where you stand, how do you know what you can improve?
Announcing Millward Brown Digital’s Online Conversion Insights
Conversion tracking is an essential part of any digital marketing strategy. No matter what the conversion represents, your conversion rate is one of the most important metrics you have in your optimization arsenal. With how important this metric is, it is surprising to find that 70% of marketers are not aware of their competitors’ conversion rates—or the average in their industry.
Have Your Conversion Funnel Cake and Optimize It Too
Funnel cake is a delicious summer treat and may not have much to do with ecommerce, but your conversion funnel certainly does. If you’re stuck in an ecommerce rut and don’t know what to do, don’t worry; you can continue to use aspects of your funnel as they currently stand and test different versions of landing pages, shopping carts, checkout processes, etc. using A/B testing.