Ever feel like a marketing castaway? You know what I mean: you want to improve conversion rates, but your site is trapped on a desert-island CMS and surrounded by hostile IT and C-level natives. The budget supply is running low and the only site elements within your reach are a few global images and CSS styles. Should you go for it? Are such small changes worth doing? Yes. Here’s why, and where to start.
Military.com is an online military and veterans membership organization serving some 10 million subscribers. A Monster Worldwide company, Military.com provides service information to military members and their families through a multitude of websites and newsletters, all supported by advertisers.
SiteSpect, Inc., the leading provider of non-intrusive multivariate testing and behavioral targeting technology, today announced that it will sponsor and exhibit at Emerce eDay, the largest conference on digital marketing and media in The Netherlands, on Thursday, September 16, at the Van Nelle Design Factory in Rotterdam.
SiteSpect, Inc., the leading provider of non-intrusive multivariate testing and behavioral targeting technology, will sponsor Web Analytics Wednesday, the world's only networking event for web analytics and online marketing professionals. Eric J. Hansen, Founder and CEO of SiteSpect, will provide use cases on mobile multivariate testing and best practices.
SiteSpect, a provider of non-intrusive multivariate testing and behavioral targeting technology, announced that Military Advantage, an online military destination, with more than 10 million members, has selected SiteSpect as its testing and targeting solution.
In the offline world, once the buy is completed and the ads are sent to the publishers, the work is virtually done. In the online world, once the buy begins, the work has just started.
Consumers using mobile Web browsers are visiting your site -- whether you have pages designed for them or not. If they don't find what they want, their visits will be short before they go somewhere else.
See how a travel website responded to growing mobile traffic by testing mobile versions of selected pages. The new pages decreased bounce rate 22%, while increasing page views and conversions. Includes creative samples of the test pages.
SiteSpect is in the running to present a multivariate testing panel at SXSW Interactive, but we need your help!
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