Obtain actionable CRO strategies to drive frictionless growth
Maximize your potential
Don’t let your marketing investments go to waste - make them work for you with Algofy’s conversion rate optimization tactics. We ensure a smooth customer experience with every detail, from landing pages to CTAs, to turn your website’s visitors into clients and accelerate ROI.
Analyze visitor behavior to identify areas of improvement and user abandonment.
Formulate and prioritize a hypothesis to improve performance.
Setup and perform A/B testing based on the hypothesis.
Implement better performing variants after obtaining statistically significant results.
What We offer
Visitor behavioral analysis
A/B and variant Testing
Landing Page optimization
Discover how Algofy improved conversion rates, maximized ad strategy returns, and boosted sales of an outdoor apparel brand in a highly competitive market.
Conversion rate optimization (CRO) is the process of increasing the percentage of users who perform a desired action on a website, such as signing up for a service, buying a product, or filling out a contact form. This is done by performing user behavior analysis, A/B testing, and implementing changes based on the information received.
The tools we use to collect data about your website and its visitors to identify optimization opportunities and track progress include Google Optimize, Crazy Egg, and Google Analytics.
Every aspect of your website can be tested. It can be anything from minor changes in headlines and CTAs to layout shifts and page speed improvement. Our team will identify what tests your business needs most to start out strong and prioritize them. As the conversion rate begins to increase, we will shift the focus to secondary elements.
Every business is sure to benefit from well-executed CRO, as it brings more clients, increases website profits, leverages current traffic, and lowers customer acquisition costs. That being said, the bigger the business, the more it can gain from CRO.
After formulating the hypothesis, we create a copy of a webpage with an introduced change and split the traffic. This way, we can see which version performs better and determine the main focal points.