The “classic” idea of content marketing—cranking out SEO-focused articles, ranking for hundreds of keywords, generating visitors, leads, and paying customers—doesn’t work in all industries. Keep reading »
Freemium and free-trial signups have one thing in common: Neither generates revenue.
You may agonize over the decision to choose one path over the other, but you can save that strategic energy for figuring out how to transition more free users into paying customers. Keep reading »
If you’ve ignored the design and content of your “thank you” page, you’re neglecting:
- Recent purchasers.
- New leads.
These are some of the highest value segments of an online audience, yet what most sites decide to show them is an afterthought. Keep reading »
You regularly run A/B tests on the design of a pop-up. You have a process, implement it correctly, find statistically significant winners, and roll out winning versions sitewide.
Your tests answer every question except one: Is the winning version still better than never having shown a pop-up? Keep reading »
Earlier this year, at CXL Live, you asked us about voice search (a lot). More specifically, you asked the hard questions, like:
- How can ecommerce companies compete with Alexa?
- How will voice search work given the human urge to shop around?
- Are there use cases for voice search in B2B?
This post has answers. Keep reading »
It’s the early 1980s. You’re in charge of a fledgling ESPN, and you have two choices:
- Add more college basketball—you’re highest-rated programming—to the schedule.
- Stick with the skiing and billiards you’ve aired for years (because you couldn’t afford anything else).
Which creates the more profitable programming bundle? Keep reading »