Is Conversion Rate Optimisation
part of your digital strategy?
Increasing the conversion rate of your website is more than likely a top priority. But knowing where to start can often be the key challenge for many businesses that are suffering from conversion rate issues.Speak with a Strategist
A lot of your website traffic won’t come back.
Most websites have a conversion rate between 2 and 4%.
That means any where up to 98% of your website traffic will leave your website, never to return.
And even if your website conversion rate is at the higher end then ask your self this simple question:
What would an extra 1% conversion rate look like to you in profit?
An Award Winning Google Premier Partner just like Bang Digital is your next step to finding out.
Increase your profits, not just your revenue.
As conversion rate optimisation is strictly focused on maximising the performance of your current website or app, there are no additional fixed costs to your business or increase in marketing budget required.
So while your variable costs, such as the cost of producing and shipping products go up in total (because you are selling more), your fixed costs like staff salaries, office rent and marketing budget stay the same.
This means your profit increases disproportionately. The graph shows an example of how doubling your conversion rate on-page actually increases profits by 4x because of the stagnant fixed costs.
Ready to increase your leads and sales?
In the fiercely competitive world of business, where everyone is jostling for a larger piece of the pie, Conversion Rate Optimisation is the single most important tactic for maximising the return from your online marketing.
Still not convinced? Let’s take a look at the benefits.
Once you have implemented a CRO strategy, the benefits go beyond just getting more people to complete a specific action on your website.