An invaluable one off report to understand your goals and the user journey required to achieve them, the results you are currently achieving using key metrics, and present a list of recommendations that is easily understandable and implementable.
Why user journey analysis matters
All businesses create a website in order to incite some form of action from their visitors. That action may be to buy a product, download a white paper, fill in a contact form or phone your sales office. Whatever your goals may be, we’ll examine the how easy and enticing it is for the visitor to take that action, and identify anything that may reduce or restrict their ability to do so.
Only about 22% of businesses are satisfied with their conversion rates. (Econsultancy)
Why conversion optimisation is just as important as visitor acquisition
Your website needs to have visitors (traffic) in order to generate business – but we very frequently see businesses that are investing only in acquisition. If you fall into this trap you are missing a huge opportunity.
Imagine you have 5,000 visitors per month. You currently have a conversion rate (visitor to lead) of 1.5%. That means you are getting 75 leads per month. You could double your marketing efforts (and spend) to get 10,000 visitors per month (150 leads).
But with a few simple changes as a result of a good conversion rate optimisation plan you could double your conversion rate, without changing the amount number of visitors you need to acquire. Now with a 3% conversion rate you have 150 (+50%) leads without needing to acquire a single new visitor.
Now imagine you combine conversion rate optimisation with your acquisition efforts, the number of visitors are growing, the conversion rate is constantly improving, and soon you’ll be hiring to expand your sales team!
What’s included in our conversion optimisation service?
We’ll examine the way visitors interact with your site and provide you with a clear list of our findings, and a roadmap on how to improve your conversion rate.
Your report will include:
- A summary of our initial consultation on your website goals
- A list of the tools and metrics that were made available to us and used during the analysis (Google Analytics or CMS for example)
- A list of qualitative findings with explanations on actions to improve
- A list of quantitative findings with example tests that could be run to promote positive change
- A final roadmap of action needed and expected outcomes
- An implementation support proposal and recommended ongoing reporting services we can provide to help you action all conversion recommendations and measure their effect
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I measure conversion rate?
We have worked with many clients who just don’t know how well their site is performing. They don’t know how many people subscribed using this box, made contact through that form, downloaded which PDF. We can work with you to make that information visible and easy to understand, and as a part of this process we’ll include a proposal on how to grow these numbers.
Why we are uniquely positioned to help you
We have worked with a range of businesses from a range of industries offering both B2B and B2C services and have extensive experience in conversion rate optimisation. We originally specialised in e-commerce but have since applied our proven methodology to lead generation with outstanding results.
The right service to deliver the results that matter to you
We start all new projects by getting to know you – developing an understanding of your business, objectives and taking a history of what you have done before, what results you achieved, and where you feel you could improve. We’ll then go on to complete our own research into your industry, competitors and your current website to develop a report that is completely bespoke for you and your goals.
All of this for just £100!
Want to find out more? Get in touch to find out how we can help your business get more out of your visitors.