CRO — Conversion Rate Optimization. It is the C word in R.A.C.E. — the marketing strategy we use for all our clients (Reach. Act. Convert. Engage.) using our Webdirexion Surge System™ solution. It is the single set tactics that leads to best ROI, meaning more leads and customers.
Mastering C.R.O. — Conversion Rate Optimization — is a discipline involving art and science — and the most important discipline when it comes to success for your company and your career. Why? Because content is not king. Focusing instead on two other C-words in marketing –
– Conversions and Connections — that happen after quality content engages the right prospects is how you get to the “holy grail”… the final C-words — Clients and Customers.
We focus on CRO for our Agency and Clients at Webdirexion and here we publish helpful articles to help you optimize conversions — when visitors online take one step closer to doing business with you — in your marketing practice.
Digital Marketing Checklist for Chief Marketing Officers
How do you make your Content Marketing pay off? We use the “R.A.C.E.” marketing model, and we’ve prepared a high-level checklist to help you succeed. Now you can help your marketing team focus on smart strategy and tactics.
A/B/C Testing and When to Use it
What is A/B/C Testing? Why test three versions of a content element? We’ll take a practical look at this optimization tactic that many digital marketers are overlooking.
How to Be Confident in Your A/B Test Results
How confident are you in your A/B test results? There’s always a certain amount of risk when you pick a winner because, statistically speaking, testing not a binary proposition with one version a clear loser and one a clear winner. We look at some tools that help you understand the degrees of probability that the version you pick will be the true A/B test winner.
Recent Webdirexion WordPress Content Strategy Projects
When it comes to the symphony of choices for content strategy, design, and user interface components, how do you know if you’re playing the right tune? We review some recent Webdirexion WordPress Content Strategy projects on the way to ferreting out an answer.