Conversion Optimisation

Increase Conversions And Revenues With Conversion Optimisation

The process of increasing conversion rates on a website or a landing page is referred to as conversion rate optimisation (CRO). 

Adding effective optimisation techniques is likely to convert more visitors into customers. This is where Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) comes to play. It refers to a process in which a single or collection of optimisation techniques are implemented to boost the likelihood of converting the visitors by making them complete their desired action.

Conversion Rate (CR) is an essential metric for any website. It’s because it shows the percentage of the site traffic fulfilling a particular goal. The more this percentage is, the better it is for the site.

A conversion can come in different forms. It’s not necessary to have to be a purchase. It can be subscribing to newsletters, Creating an account, Filling a form, Downloading an app or even spending an x amount of time on a webpage.

When you understand the potential demand for your products or services, then you can begin to implement strategies that will get you more from your website traffic. For example, if your site generates 20,000 hits a month and out of this 300 hits turn into leads, the conversion rate would be 15%. What if you can increase your conversion rate by 5%? It means you will increase sales dramatically without having to spend money to drive more visitors.

However, its easier said than done. Not all CRO experiments become successful, and it’s hard to measure the actual impact. Running A/B split tests can help you identify potential improvement areas, and most of the times the increments are marginal. But, for websites with high average order value, any increase in conversion rates can make a significant impact on their revenue.

Improving your conversion rate is one of the most underrated but effective things you can do today to improve your bottom line.

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