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Frequently Asked Questions
What does a conversion mean in marketing?
In marketing, a conversion is an action taken by visitors, subscribers, or customers in response to your call to action.
Businesses count a lot of different actions as conversions, but the term is likely to include anything that moves people a step closer to being customers.
Typical marketing conversions include:
- Subscribing to an email newsletter
- Downloading a free ebook
- Signing up for a webinar
- Acting on a tripwire offer, such as purchasing an inexpensive product
What is conversion rate optimization?
Conversion rate optimization (CRO), also called conversion optimization, is about increasing conversions from your existing web traffic, your marketing campaigns, email marketing, social media engagement, etc.
Why is conversion rate optimization important?
Conversion rate optimization is important because it lets you capitalize on the visitors and traffic you’ve already got. That makes your marketing more effective, because instead of trying to reach people who may not even be interested, you’re focusing your efforts on the people who are already there, and who have shown some interest. That keeps your costs down, and improves return on investment (ROI) for your marketing.
What is a good conversion rate?
This is a great question. Conversion rates vary widely across industries. For this reason, the real answer for you is connected to your industry, the type of campaign your running, your product or service offerings, and other factors directly influenced by your company.
However, if you're curious just on a general basis, Smart Insights has some interesting data on eCommerce conversion rates. It shows that:
- 43.8 percent of people visit product pages
- 14.5 percent of people add products to their carts
- 3.3 percent of people buy
Ultimately, it's important that you have a reasonable baseline and expectation. A good conversion rate isn’t something absurd, like 25 percent. It’s almost certainly in the single digits. But beyond that, it varies largely from industry to industry. It also varies depending on what you’re looking at converting (e.g., an email, a landing page, a product page, etc.) and what goal you’re hoping to convert (e.g., a sale, an email signup, a free download, etc.).
What is a conversion goal?
A conversion goal is what you expect to happen after you optimize a web page or email. This is something you can measure, like:
- Increasing the amount of time people spend on a web page
- Attracting more email newsletter subscribers
- Getting more people to download a lead magnet or sign up for a webinar
- Increasing the number of free trial signups
- Getting more people to add products to their cart
- Reducing the number of people who abandon their shopping cart
- Reducing your website bounce rate
- Increasing checkouts or average order value
How can analytics help with conversions?
You can use web traffic analytics tools like Google Analytics to track the behavior of visitors to your website.
You can use heatmap and click tracking tools like Hotjar to see which areas of a web page are most successful in getting visitors’ attention. When you have that information, you can start thinking about how to improve your key metrics.
You can also set up goals and funnels in Google Analytics to match your customer funnels and important conversion goals. This makes it easy to see what’s working, and what’s not. As well as analytics, you can often get this information via customer feedback.
Email platforms, like Jilt or MailChimp, often include detailed analytics about actions people take with regards to your email campaigns, such as open rates, click through rates, and attributable revenue.