Conversion Rate Experts Podcast: Conversion Rate Optimization |
Why some of your projects take ten times too long....10/02/15
In this episode, we describe how to make your company move at least ten times faster. That may sound like an overstatement, but bear in mind that we’ve seen one company take six months to complete a task that took another company thirty minutes....
With Rand Fishkin from Moz: Our mistakes. And how...
Rand Fishkin from Moz joins us to talk about the following: (i) How to increase your conversions whilst keeping—or even enhancing—your search-engine rankings. (ii) Strategic and tactical mistakes we have made and seen when optimizing for conversion....
Secret copywriting words and why we don't do Twitter.
This episode is actually taken straight from another podcast called WebPayload, in which we were interviewed about a lot of subjects that we haven't discussed in public before, including (i) Secret copywriting words. (ii) How we acquired clients like...
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More informationConversion Rate Experts is an international consultancy that scientifically optimizes the profitability of online businesses. Essentially, we do just one thing: we make changes to our clients’ websites, then we stick our necks on the line by insisting that they carry out scientific split tests to verify that we’ve significantly grown their business. We have applied our methodology to some of the web’s most sophisticated companies, including Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook. We have worked with clients in over 22 countries, speaking 9 different languages. And we get great results—improvements of over 100% are commonplace.
Considered one of the leading authorities on conversion rate optimization, we are regular speakers at industry conferences worldwide. These talks were originally recorded for other purposes, but we have converted them to podcast format to make them easier to listen to on the move. At times, we will refer to a slide that you can’t see. You have two choices: (i) You can imagine what the slide would look like, or (ii) you can visit our “Podcasts” page, which links to a video of the talk. Maybe the slides look better in your imagination.