In the pursuit of sustainable and consistent ecommerce growth, we look to many places: content, SEO, Facebook, Instagram, paid acquisition, new channels, growth hacking.
But rarely do we turn the focus to our own website and ask, “how can we improve our own ecommerce user experience to drive growth?”
Elite Camp is a traffic and (mainly) conversion event held in Estonia every summer. It’s among the very best CRO events in the world, and of course in Europe.
Elite Camp 2017 had an enviable line-up of heavy hitters and rock stars. Here are top insights from every speaker of this year’s event.
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If you’re not following form design best practices, you might be leaving a significant amount of money on the table.
While forms aren’t the sexiest part of conversion optimization, they tend to be the closest to the money, the macro-conversions. Spending a little time optimizing forms can be some of the most important optimization work you can do.
Of course, best practices don’t work the same on all sites. It’s contextual. But generally, implementing form design tactics that work more often than not is a good way to get started.
From the outside, it seems like data is impartial. It’s cold, objective, accurate.
In reality though it’s more complicated. In the hands of someone with an agenda, data can be weaponized to back up that viewpoint. Even in the hands of someone benevolent, data can be misinterpreted in dangerous ways.
It’s all about asking the right digital analytics questions.
Sure, in the right context, you can probably get by doing what Avinash Kaushik refers to as “data puking,” but you won’t excel as an analyst or marketer that way.
In addition, you’ll consistently come up short on bringing true business value to your company.
Most product descriptions are awful. Or worse, non-existent.
Product copy and product descriptions seems like such minor parts of a website in the grand scheme of conversion optimization, so many brands brush it off. But for companies doing it right, writing excellent product descriptions is a great way to sprinkle brand personality in a place that most people don’t expect it.
In fact, some companies do product copy so well that it’s almost a feature of the product itself.