SiteSpect President Eric Hansen to Present At OMMA New York Conference and Expo

Wednesday, September 19, 2007 Press Release

Expert Panel to Discuss Ways to Use Multivariate Testing and SEO Tactics to Improve ROI on Pay-Per-Click Campaigns

Eric J. Hansen, president, SiteSpect (www.sitespect.com), the leading provider of non-intrusive Web site testing and optimization solutions will participate in an expert panel at the OMMA New York Conference and Expo entitled: "The SEO-ing of PPC: Can SEO Tactics Improve ROI?" on Monday September 24 at 4:00 p.m.

QualitySmith Selects SiteSpect For Multivariate Testing and Conversion Optimization

Monday, September 10, 2007 News

SiteSpect, Inc., the first and only provider of non-intrusive web site testing solutions, announced that QualitySmith, Inc. has selected SiteSpect for multivariate testing of its web site properties. The on-line home improvement industry innovator will use SiteSpect to rapidly optimize lead generation conversion rates across its many web sites without requiring its web designers to first modify and tag the content.

SiteSpect Survey Reveals Boosting Conversion Rates and Improving the User Experience are Top Priorities For Online Retailers

Tuesday, August 14, 2007 Press Release

In a survey of marketers and e-commerce professionals for leading online retailers gathered at eTail 2007, the majority of respondents said that boosting conversion rates and improving the user experience are their top Web priorities for 2008. Most of the respondents' 2007 budget dollars went to actual site management which provided staffing, tools, services and other resources needed to run their Web sites.

Interview with Eric J. Hansen of SiteSpect

Monday, July 9, 2007 News

Eric J. Hansen, President & Founder of SiteSpect, answers questions about their solution. SiteSpect lets you run A/B split and multivariate tests.

Read more: http://www.outfox.com/interview-with-eric-j-hansen-of-sitespect/

ShopNBC Selects SiteSpect For Online Conversion Optimization

Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Press Release

SiteSpect's non-intrusive multivariate testing technology and professional services accelerate site improvement without the need for page tagging or content changes

SiteSpect President Eric Hansen to Present At DM Days: New York 2007

Friday, June 15, 2007 News

Addresses multivariate testing strategies for helping marketers better understand Web site visitor behavior and optimize conversion rates

SiteSpect 2007 MITX finalist

Tuesday, June 5, 2007 News

The MITX Awards is the largest and most prestigious annual awards competition in the country for digital marketing and technology innovation, bringing together 1,200 of the best and brightest minds in the digital media, marketing and technology industry. Bigger, bolder, and more interactive than ever, this event celebrates and awards New England’s thriving digital innovation ecosystem in 30 categories.

Read more: http://www.mitxawards.org/

SiteSpect WATTS® Enables Industry's First Turnkey Web Analytics Integration For Multivariate Testing

Monday, May 7, 2007 Press Release

Web Analytics Tag Transformation and Segmentation (WATTS) provides real-time visibility of testing data within all major Web analytics systems

Integration requires no programming, feeds, manual data imports or exports, saving marketers and IT personnel time and money

ShopNBC Selects SiteSpect For Multivariate Testing and Site Optimization

Tuesday, April 24, 2007 News

SiteSpect, Inc., the first and only provider of non-intrusive web site testing and optimization solutions, announced that ShopNBC, a multichannel retailer and one of the nation's leading home shopping television channels, is using SiteSpect's multivariate testing technology and professional services to optimize conversion rates across ShopNBC.com.

When Testing, More Is More

Sunday, April 1, 2007 News

Do you know how big your “buy” or “submit” button should be? How about what color? Should your online registration process involve more than one page?

Right about now the old-school direct marketer in you is thinking something like, “I’m not sure, but I know how to find out: Test. Test. Test.”

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