Now that you’ve finally gotten used to writing “2019” when you fill out forms, you may be considering a new CRO strategy to help you exceed last year’s traffic and revenue goals.
If so, you’ve come to the right place, and you’re acting at just the right time.
Now, more than ever, web visitors are more discerning and require an A-level web presence if they’re going to subscribe or buy from you.
A CRO strategy will ensure that every aspect of your website is tailored strictly for your audience while boosting traffic, leads, customer signups — and therefore, revenue.
Sadly, only 22% of businesses are satisfied with their conversion numbers. That’s understandable when you consider that 40% of marketers report conversion rates of less than 0.5%.
That’s way below the national average, which is from 1 to 3%.
If you’re unhappy with your conversion rates, a CRO strategy can help.
It’s said that the mere use of conversion rate optimization tools delivers an average rate of return (ROI) of 223%!
Not only are you going to learn about a few tools in this article, but you’ll also receive actionable CRO advice that you can use to ramp-up your web marketing results even further.
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