People tend to have strong opinions about which elements of a landing page are effective, and which are not. The VP of product development may think changing the headline will be the thing to increase clicks, while the graphic designer may think it’s the color of the “download now” button. But without testing, opinions are
Whether a landing page is used with mobile apps, social campaigns and/or on the web, it is the stage in the sales funnel most vulnerable to abandonment. That’s why it is the easiest testing ground for optimization. It’s also the easiest way to squeeze the most ROI possible out of a campaign.
At Forrester’s Customer Experience Forum, the themes that we at Webtrends are focusing on were repeatedly reinforced: relevance in real-time, successful personalization through analytics, testing, targeting & segmentation and, of course, on-going campaign optimization.
The right online ad formula is often a mix of mobile, social, display and search advertising. It is important to minimize ad interruption and to increase margins through steady growth and optimization.
The path to optimization success includes a long-term, continuous strategy that incorporates culture, processes and organization. Our Webinar on Tuesday, June 19th, with Webtrends Optimization expert Bob Garcia and guest speaker Joe Stanhope of Forrester Research, shows you how it’s done.
Based on recent industry research by our webinar guest speaker Joe Stanhope of Forrester Research, Inc., we will provide a three-step framework for a successful site optimization and testing strategy, plus advice from digital marketing experts. Tuesday, June 19.