Cole Don Media

Conversion Rate Optimization

Conversion Rate Optimization reduces your cost per conversion.

By optimizing your website for conversions, your existing organic traffic and paid campaigns will see a significant boost in sales, signups, and other intended actions. To achieve this success, you will need an experienced marketer and web developer such as myself. I have 20 years of web design under my belt and I’ve become adept to placing website content where it’s needed most.

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Conversion rate optimization is changing your qualified leads into conversions by testing and analyzing your user behavior.

Conversion rate optimization is the process of finding what encourages your customer to take an action such as filling out forms, buying a product or downloading an eBook. It’s a practice best utilized on existing websites and brands who want to see more conversions and less lookers. Conversion rate optimization (CRO) is not only an attempt to increase web traffic to your website, but also an attempt to optimize the website experience so that your existing visitors behave in a certain manner.

Conversion optimization improves the user experience and increases customer loyalty and trust in your brand. The process of optimizing conversions enables you to increase your number of qualified leads, increase sales, reduce acquisition costs, increase value for your current leads and customers and grow faster and better. Each conversion is an action you expect from the user, and as a result, you collect user information, make sales, and gain insights into how users interact with your campaigns.

In CRO, we observe the end user behavior, create a conversion funnel, analyze results, and improve the decision making process of your customer by optimizing your website content. Ultimately, I want to do what works best for your business. A long-term process of conversion testing can achieve a sustained, repeatable and consistent increase in conversion rates on your website. A good conversion test program can increase the sales of your websites month by month and achieve significant cumulative annual growth

What does the CRO process look like?

  1. Identify Goals
  2. Gather and Analyze Data
  3. Create Hypothesis and Test Variants
  4. Make A Prediction
  5. Test Prediction
  6. Analyze Results
  7. Repeat Process
Still need some more data before implementing your CRO plan? Let’s get more website visitors with either our SEO plan or PPC campaigns.

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It’s important that together we create your goals, KPI’s, targets, and other data points so we can see where you’re at now and where you plan to be.

Analytics Audit & Setup

Is your analytics collecting the right metrics and behavior? Can you see your customers journey and speed bumps that prevent them from converting?

Data Collection & Analysis

To provide effective changes to your website CRO, we need to collect a sufficient amount of data about your customer behavior.

A/B Testing

A/B testing and reporting will provide some insight into what methods and growth driven designs work best for your website.

CRO Roadmap

A CRO roadmap gives us a calendar of events for the next 3 months to effectively test and evaluate different growth driven strategies.

Customer Journey Mapping

Reduce the amount of clicks it takes from discovery to sale. A frictionless journey is the ultimate goal to creating effective conversions.

Packages

Conversion Rate Optimization Packages

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Basic CRO

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Per Month + $1,000 Initial Investment
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Advanced CRO

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Per Month + $2,000 Initial Investment
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Elite CRO

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Per Month + $4,000 Initial Investment

FAQ

Conversion Rate Optimization FAQ

As a Longmont, Colorado CRO expert, I am more than happy to provide in person conversion rate consultations. If you’re based anywhere along the Colorado Front Range such as Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont, Boulder, Denver, I would love to discuss our CRO proposal and go over your business needs and deliverables.

It all depends on the objective of your website. Some examples of tracked metrics include bounce rates, time spent on your site, user flow, conversion rates, A/B test results, goal tracking and more.

I create formal quarterly reports.

A/B testing is a split test to compare results of two variants. This gives us insight into our hypothesis and allows us to analyze the results. In this case, we typically use A/B testing in landing pages to see which one converts better and why.

Heat maps are indispensable to finding patterns in behavior. It uses data to highlight how users interact with your website. This helps me provide suggestions for areas of improvement.