Evergage allows marketers to add behavioral analytics tracking to your website and then create and launch a personalized user experience based on the results. Their platform allows you to increase conversions through guiding customers, upselling customers, promoting word-of-mouth through the personalization of content to your site. This is accomplished without programming since Evergage has a Visual Editor, allowing easy setup and changes on the fly. Evergage offers 5 different ways to personalize content and increase
Visual Website Optimizer is an A/B testing tool that allows marketing professionals to create different versions of their websites and landing pages using a point-and-click editor and then see which version produces maximum conversion rate or sales. Visual Website Optimizer is also a flexible multivariate testing software (full factorial methodology) and has number of additional tools like behavioral targeting, heatmaps, usability testing, etc. A/B testing – Visually create different versions of your website with an
While the Internet continues to evolve and has only been around for a couple decades, the world is quite well-versed at how to create a great customer experience. The parallels between the way you treat customers in person and the way you treat them online are quite similar when you’re trying to create the ultimate customer experience. Infographic by Monetate: Consumers expect highly-relevant online interactions with brands. For many businesses, the ability to deliver an
We’re behind on customization of our mobile and iPad versions of the new theme on Martech… it’s in the works, though! One thing you will notice is that, based on the categorization of the post, we have different advertisements on the page. We did this by customizing our own dynamic widgets and utilizing iSocket for self-service placement of the ads. There are many more ways to target your audience than the device they’re utilizing, though,
Key to many of the links I share and the posts I write on this blog is automation. The reason is simple… at one time, marketers could easily sway consumers with a brand, a logo, a jingle and some nice packaging (I admit that Apple is still great at this). Mediums were uni-directional. In other words, Marketers could tell the story and consumers or B2B consumers had to accept it… regardless of how accurate was.