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|August 25th, 2014
Subscription Checkouts Optimized: How experimentation led to compounding gains at the revenue level
Complex or confusing checkout processes can negatively impact ecommerce conversion rates. A process that's not clear or logical to a customer can have them saying "yes" one moment, and "no" the next. Read on to find out the results of a three-stage testing and optimization cycle on a large media publication’s checkout process.
|August 21st, 2014
Lead Generation: How one company increased leads 96% by changing the presentation of incentive content
Many B2B marketers use free content as an incentive to gain prospect information. How can we improve lead capture on landing pages with free content? In this experiment, we look at how a few changes in the manner of how a free guide was presented increased leads generated by 96%.
|August 18th, 2014
Landing Page Optimization: 5 factors that lead to (and prevent) conversion
Conversion – whether it be a click, a registration form sign-up or even a sale – is a goal and key metric for marketers. In this MarketingExperiments Blog post, learn the basics of the MECLABS Conversion Sequence Heuristic, and how it can serve as a thought tool for marketers to help increase conversion.
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