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(Webinar) 7 Ways to Make CRO a Growth Driver for Your Business 2014

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You know conversion rate optimization is important, but how do you take it from the campaign level to being an essential part of the growth engine for your business? …

You know conversion rate optimization is important, but how do you take it from the campaign level to being an essential part of the growth engine for your business?

In this webinar, growth hacker Sean Ellis will share how CRO was the key ingredient for the growth of Dropbox and LogMeIn, and show you seven specific ways to make CRO a growth engine for your business. From how to use early testing wins to build momentum, to maximizing test quality and velocity, to the golden questions in customer research that unlock big gains, Sean shares his insights from growing two startups from concept to IPO (LogMeIn, Uproar) as well as his time at Dropbox, Eventbrite, and Xobni.

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  • 1. Grow with CRO 7 Ways CRO is a Growth Driver for Your Business Sean Ellis – CEO of Qualaroo @seanellis
  • 2. About Me @seanellis • Founder/CEO of Qualaroo & GrowthHackers.com • Previously VP Marketing for customer zero to NASDAQ IPO filing at LogMeIn and Uproar.com • Then interim marketing exec roles at Dropbox, Lookout and Eventbrite
  • 3. Elements of Sustainable Growth • “Must have” product • Appeal to large market • Cost effective acquisition @seanellis Without elements of sustainable growth, CRO is low impact
  • 4. Growth is Units of Gratification @seanellis
  • 5. Simple CRO Formula @seanellis Conversion Rate = Desire – Friction
  • 6. 1. Harvests/Enhances Desire (Intent) • Increase conversion momentum • Most powerful marketing force • Takes slack out of market • Recommended intent questions Does this page make you want to [sign up for] [this product]? What are you hoping [this product] can do for you? @seanellis
  • 7. 1. Harvests/Enhances Desire (Intent) • Increase conversion momentum • Most powerful marketing force • Takes slack out of market • Recommended intent questions Does this page make you want to [sign up for] [this product]? What are you hoping [this product] can do for you? @seanellis
  • 8. 2. Reduces Frustration (Friction) • Scaling frustration is dangerous • Rarely 2nd chance with frustrated • Recommended friction questions Any questions before [conversion action]? Is anything preventing you from [conversion action]? @seanellis
  • 9. 3. Adds Business Momentum • Early CRO wins build momentum • Data driven improvements infectious • Attracts more growth capital • Prioritize tests for early wins @seanellis
  • 10. 4. Increases # Viable Campaigns • Conversion improvement increase successful campaign tests • 10X improvement in conversions ≈ 100X increase in growth • Repeat ad tests after CRO wins @seanellis ✔ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✖✔ ✔
  • 11. 5. Helps Customer Retention • If visitor reaches MHX* - very high retention rate • CRO is about maximizing % that reach MHX • Understand your MHX to create accurate promise (expectations) @seanellis *MHX = Must have experience
  • 12. 6. Improves Word of Mouth • WOM powerful growth driver • More MHX = more WOM • Some products lead to better WOM that others • Optimize referral program flows @seanellis
  • 13. 7. Doubles Down on Success • CRO and growth are about doubling down on success • When you can improve, good chance you can do it again • When you can’t improve, move on to something else • Double down on best pages, sources, user segments... @seanellis
  • 14. Review All Seven Ways 1. Harvests/enhances desire (intent) 2. Reduces frustration (friction) 3. Adds business momentum 4. Increases # viable campaigns 5. Helps customer retention 6. Improves word of mouth 7. Doubles down on success @seanellis Grow with CRO
  • 15. Continuous Improvement Process @seanellis Quantitative Research Qualitative Research Conversion Testing
  • 16. Questions? @seanellis Thank You. Sean Ellis CEO of Qualaroo Twitter: @seanellis

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