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Learning that most CRO strategies are ineffective is like learning for the first time that Santa Claus isn’t real. Most of the tips and tricks you’ve learned on the web are seriously lacking in substance.
The conversion of your eCommerce site can be split into 2 categories:
Primary conversions – These are the conversions we all dream of. When your customer completes a purchase and sets the cash register ringing.
Secondary conversions – A secondary conversion matters too! A secondary conversion is an indirect conversion that does not directly result in a sale but can affect it in the future. Ex: Blog subscriptions, pop up submissions etc.
Primary conversion rate calculation = ( Total number of sales/transactions ) / Total number of visitors
Secondary conversion rate calculation = ( Total number of subscribers/opt ins ) / Site visitors
A long time ago there lived a CRO expert who changed the color of a CTA button and it resulted in a 4% conversion lift.
Except that conversion rate optimization goes beyond fonts and colors. And there’s nothing much you gain with a 4% conversion lift. Wait. That number isn’t even real. When the novelty of your offer/change wears off you lose the early lead you gained. And it is back to square one.
A/B testing and making minor tweaks isn’t a groundbreaking growth strategy. It is table stakes.
Despite all the buzz about conversion rate optimization the fact is that only a small minority of unicorn sites have a conversion rate of 15%.
The average conversion rate is just above 2%.
Reduced the cost of conversion by 3X and helped our client see a 10X return on investment.
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