There’s a lot to learn from the way site visitors browse and interact with your website. Then there’s customer acquisition marketing, since before users navigate your site, they must be acquired, which is a digital marketing feat on its own. Much of what we cover is UX (user experience) — the environment and associated feelings […]Read More
Integration with Salesforce B2C Commerce Gives Teams Access to Unique Customer Conversion and Content ROI Metrics Within Their Commerce Dashboard NEW YORK, June 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Contentsquare, a leading digital experience optimization platform trusted by brands like Avon, Kenzo, Sephora, and GoPro, is making its actionable customer behavior insights available to brands through the Salesforce LINK Partner Marketplace. […]Read More
Some brands are digitally mature as soon as they come into being. With their appetite for digital disruption and strong data-driven culture, this new crop of pure play brands has been capitalizing on retail’s shift to digital. Other brands benefit from years and years in the customer service game and have used their physical stores […]Read More
Conversion funnel, upper funnel, top of funnel… if your business is digital, you probably hear the word “funnel” several times a day. If you thought you could ignore it, you’re wrong! Whether you’re selling goods or services on your site, or if you’re using email marketing to reach your audience, the conversion funnel is your […]Read More
There’s More to Conversion Rate Optimization You’re probably aware of the weight that analytics carry in your overall marketing executions. While quantitative analytics solutions give you a good indication of what is happening on your website (conversions, bounces, etc), they don’t present a granular understanding of your customers’ user experience. And when it comes to […]Read More
Conversion rate is one of the most important KPIs for digital marketers and their businesses, directly affecting a company’s pipeline and revenues. In this context, digital marketers includes everyone from executives to acquisition managers, via the creative teams who are most involved in any reworkings to a website, or at least in conceptualizing these changes. […]Read More
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