A/B testing, — when every other site visitor sees a different version of the same page — is a CRO (conversion rate optimization) tactic, also called split testing. Webdirexion has a long history of such tests because of all digital marketing tactics we believe this one to be at the top in terms of ROI and simply gathering more qualified leads for sales you can close. Here, we write tips, tactics and techniques you can apply.
Most people know about A/B testing… but what about A/B/C testing?
With any website and the larger sales funnel, the wise digital marketer is always testing for better conversion results. Does this have to be a major, time-consuming task? No. Do you have to push yourself? Yes.
Today we’ll look at A/B/C testing for a headline and consider both why we want to create such a test and how it compares to other forms of testing.
Let’s look at one we have running right now. We have written three landing page headlines and our testing hypothesis is that only one will compel more visitors to convert to leads. Luckily this is easy to do — no external testing provider required — using our preferred WordPress theme – Divi. Divi comes with built-in A/B (and C and D, etc.) testing. Here’s how it looks in the admin area: (more…)
Design, UI, and Strategy components all combine to play a symphony pleasing to website visitors.
Looking back at a run of recent projects (see examples below), we can see modern responsive design, content strategy, and conversion rate optimization (CRO) is paying off. Like a concert master, the “music” of each design and strategy component are directed to play the right “tune” to attract and engage your prospects. We review some recent Webdirexion WordPress Content Strategy projects to look at the symphony of choices involved in developing compelling websites. (more…)
Content strategy is a critical component to the success of your online marketing strategy. This blog post is the first in a series of articles where we will discuss successful content strategy tips for the modern marketer of the future.
We all know high-quality content is key for success, but what good is this content without a proper strategy in place?
Content is the key element to every online marketing activity. From social media and paid advertising, to blog marketing, email marketing, and SEO – all of these online marketing activities require high quality content in order to produce results. In fact, Demand Metric conducted a study that shows an amazing 78 percent of Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) believe custom content is the future of digital marketing.
However, high quality content marketing is only one piece of this intricate marketing equation. In the ever-evolving world of online marketing, a business needs to conduct significant research and focus on the development and execution of a winning content strategy to reach its goals.
We would like to introduce you to five key aspects you need to consider when creating a killer content strategy for success. Each one of the following aspects will be expanded upon in individual blog posts to follow.
What if you could increase readership for sales related blog posts by 67% or more? And… what if you knew, before spending a lot of ad dollars on your content, exactly how well it engaged your target prospects? Kapow.
Kapow: How split testing + Facebook audience engagement pays off — before your ad campaign (and after).
We do a lot of split testing at Webdirexion because it causes our content to perform better for clients and our agency itself. Too many content marketers and web designers think they are done after their “first guess” at compelling copy and design. Not so. Better engagement of qualified prospects means more sales, so why would you not test for this?
In this post I’ll tell you about a Facebook pre-test “Kapow” tactic that helps you get your content optimized better results before a higher advertising spend. Then I’ll answer the oft-asked question… how do you know when you have enough of a test sample so that your results are valid? Quick tip — the wider the percentage of conversion results, the sooner you can end the test; see below. (more…)