You have a great product or service, but your website is not doing it justice. You are losing potential customers every -day because your website is not optimized for conversions (turning visitors into customers)
This is why you need Persuasion Rate Optimization (PRO).
There are typically two (relevant) reasons why visitors don’t become customers. (1) They aren’t willing to pay what you’re asking for, meaning you have not made them a compelling offer, showing them value. Or (2) they don’t understand what you are offering them, you have not made simple enough for them to make a decision. To fix this, you need, help, you need Persuasion Rate Optimization.
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The navigation should be broad and shallow, with good feedback and logical ordering of items. The search bar should have auto-complete and auto-suggest options, clear search results, and helpful error messages.
The cart widget should be easily accessible and prominently display relevant information, including the number of items and free shipping options. The footer should highlight the store’s benefits, policies, and trust indicators, along with links to social media accounts.
To optimize a website’s category page for conversion rate, it should allow users to sort and have clear subcategories. Product cards should show relevant information with consistent styling, badges, and scarcity indicators. The page should offer easy-to-use filters that are relevant and update in real-time. Customers should also be able to receive notifications for out-of-stock items.
To optimize a website’s home page for conversion rate, it should have clear CTAs, high-quality graphics, and a visually prominent value proposition. The most important product categories should be displayed first, with descriptive photos, and special category pages that encourage shopping. The home page should also provide customer contact options, display recently viewed items, tell the story of the founders, and show social proof through customer reviews, ratings, awards, trust-badges, logos, and user-generated photos.
The product page has a sticky navigation bar and a clear call-to-action (CTA) section that prominently displays the price, product variants, and shipping information. The image gallery includes a zoom function and shows different product photos and videos. Customer reviews and social proof are displayed to increase credibility, and quantity discounts and urgency triggers are used to boost conversion and average order value. The product description is easy to read and includes sections for technical specifications and FAQs, as well as product comparisons and embedded reviews from social networks.
The landing page should have a sticky navigation bar, a descriptive product title and subtitle, an image gallery with zoom and product variant options, and a clear and prominent call-to-action (CTA) area with pricing and shipping information. Social proof such as customer reviews, product ratings, and relevant conversion boosters like quantity discounts, cross-sells, and urgency triggers should also be included. The product description should be easy to read and scan with FAQs, technical specifications, and comparisons, as well as embedded reviews from social media.
The product page highlights the benefits of the product and offers clear options for selecting product variants, quantity, and payment methods. It also includes social proof in the form of customer reviews, star ratings, and product photos. The cart page has a clear design and includes urgency and scarcity triggers, as well as an easy way to contact the store’s help center. The CTA area prominently displays the subtotal price, savings, and a lock icon for secure checkout. Alternative payment options and installment methods are also shown.
The checkout page should allow the user to make a purchase as a guest, provide good feedback, show a clear order summary prior to purchase, and avoid any outgoing links. The main CTA should be prominent, and there should be an option for users to log in during checkout. Input fields should use inline validation, have an option to delete content with one click, and use auto-complete functions wherever possible. Lastly, the checkout page should offer a way to get in touch with the store’s help center and have conversion and AOV boosters, such as order bumps and upsell steps.
The Thank You page should clearly summarize the user’s purchase, including delivery details and an explanation of how to track the package. It should congratulate the user and offer an easy way to contact the store owner. Additionally, it can offer AOV boosters such as the opportunity to buy additional items or a coupon code for their next purchase. The confirmation email should also summarize the purchase, including any upsells or coupon codes.
CRO stands for conversion rate optimization, even though we prefer ‘Persuation Rate Optimization’ both are the process of increasing the percentage of website visitors who take a desired action, like filling out a form, purchasing a product, or subscribing to your newsletter. CRO is important for your website because it can help you improve your user experience, generate more leads and sales, reduce your customer acquisition costs, and maximize your return on investment (ROI) from your digital marketing efforts.
You can measure your conversion rate by dividing the number of conversions by the number of visitors to your website or landing page. For example, if you have 100 visitors and 10 conversions, your conversion rate is 10%. You can improve your conversion rate by using various CRO tools and techniques, such as web analytics, heatmaps, surveys, user testing, landing page design, copywriting, A/B testing, multivariate testing, personalization, segmentation etc. It may sound daunting but it doesn’t have to be. Take a look at the list we’ve created for you and you can just go through it step by step to boost your conversions.
To optimize your website or landing page, you can use web analytics tools like Google Analytics or third party tools like Triple Whale to track and measure key metrics such as traffic sources and conversion funnel. Heatmap tools like Hotjar or Crazy Egg can show you where visitors click, scroll, and move their mouse, while survey tools like SurveyMonkey or Qualaroo can collect feedback from your visitors or customers. User testing tools such as UserTesting or UsabilityHub allow you to observe how real users interact with your site, and landing page design tools like Unbounce or Leadpages can help you create persuasive pages that follow best practices. You can also use copywriting tools like Hemingway App or Grammarly and techniques like PAS, AIDA, or FAB to write effective copy. Finally, A/B testing tools such as Optimizely or VWO and multivariate testing tools like Google Optimize or Adobe Target can help you compare different versions of elements and optimize for conversions.
A CRO audit and analysis involves a thorough evaluation of your website to determine the elements that affect your conversion rate. It helps to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your website and prioritize areas for improvement. The process includes setting measurable goals and tracking accuracy, identifying your target audience, analyzing visitor behavior, evaluating traffic sources, and prioritizing optimization opportunities. Tools like Google Analytics, surveys, heatmaps, user testing, and optimization software can be used to gather data and insights. The ultimate goal is to create a roadmap for improvement that will increase conversions on your website. Take a look at the list we’ve created for you and you can just go through it step by step to boost your conversions.
To design landing pages that convert it’s important to state your case and lead with action by solving people’s problems straightaway. We realize this might sound vague, but it’s the most important aspect of anything you do on your site. Your business exists to solve someones problem. Make them an offer they can’t refuse (really, work on it) and reduce friction by keeping your web forms simple. Designing with a mobile-first approach and avoiding too much information is also another key point. You want to at least start a conversation with your visitors and then analyze your traffic and device source so you know what to optimize. Following these best practices can help improve conversion rates on your landing pages.
A/B testing compares two versions of a web page or an element to see which one performs better. Multivariate testing compares multiple variations of multiple elements to see which combination performs better. Both methods require defining goals, creating variations, running experiments, and analyzing results. We realize there’s a lot of jargon in there, the gist of it is that in order to figure out how to fix or optimize your website we need to measure it’s conversion performance.
As mentioned in our last question/answer, data and analytics can help you understand your websites performance, your users behavior, pain points, and opportunities for improvement. You can use tools like Google Analytics, heatmaps, surveys, etc. to collect and analyze data and identify areas for optimization.
A hypothesis is a fancy word which essentially means a statement that predicts how changing an element or elements on your web page will affect your goals. You can create a hypothesis based on data, research, design, and measurement. You can prioritize your experiments based on the potential impact, ease of implementation, resources required, etc. Remember when we said you need to do some hard work? This is part of it. You have an idea what might work, you write it down, you break it into chunks that you can apply and then you implement each chunk (or all of them) and then you test and measure the results.
We know you’re going to hate this, but as with most things, the time frame for seeing results from CRO efforts depends on the complexity of the changes being made, the amount of traffic the website receives, and other factors. Some changes may show results immediately, while others may take several weeks or months to show a significant improvement in conversion rates. If we can measure it though, we can manage it.
The cost of CRO varies depending on the tools you use, the services you hire, the scope of your project, and the frequency of your testing. Lucky for you we don’t offer CRO as a specific service, we offer it in conjunction with our website development, SEO and PPC packages. The ROI of CRO depends on the value of each conversion, the increase in conversion rate, and the decrease in cost per acquisition. CRO can have a positive ROI if it leads to more revenue, more customers, or more engagement.
* Yes, we know fine print sucks. We can’t guarantee results for everyone. Give us a call and we’ll see if you qualify.