Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO)

CRO supports website performance by improving the ratio of site visitors converted into actual customers; assisting in increasing sales, click-through rates and other goals without having to increase the traffic to your website.

Conversion rate directly impacts the ROI from each of your traffic sources; the higher the conversion rate the more profitable your digital marketing will be!

CRO enhances virtually every facet of digital marketing by elevating the value of each visitor your website.


The benefits of the work extend far beyond the conclusion of the CRO project, the uplifted conversion rates and ROI can be enjoyed by every future event.

CRO techniques

A/B Split Testing

Better website ROI 

Qualitative CRO

Gathering non-numerical data like user interviews or feedback to understand user behaviour and preferences on a website.

This insight helps uncover reasons behind user actions, such as shopping cart abandonment or conversion barriers, and can guide improvements to enhance user experience and boost conversion rates. Qualitative analysis provides depth and context to the user journey, making it crucial for successful CRO.

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Quantitative CRO

Using numerical data to track user behaviour on a site using tools like Google Analytics.

It provides facts about user actions such as visit duration and conversion rates. This data highlights areas needing improvement, aiding decisions to enhance user experience and increase conversions. Essentially, quantitative analysis offers a measurable snapshot of user interactions, crucial for successful CRO.

We help you to make the visitors do what you want them to on your site, our team is ready to help optimise your site and boost the conversion rates, providing a successful a long-term effect CRO strategy for your business.


Companies analyzed


Market analysis


Content auditing


Customer auditing


Event tracking


In-page analytics

Elements of your marketing that can be tested an improved by conversion rate optiisation

Design Elements

  • Calls to action (CTAs): The wording, placement, and design of CTAs.
  • Website layout: The placement of various elements on the webpage.
  • Color schemes: Color combinations used on the website.
  • Typography: The type, size, and style of fonts used.
  • Images and videos: The quality, relevance & placement of visual elements.
  • Icons and buttons: Their size, color, and placement.
  • Navigation menus: Their layout and ease of use.
  • Responsive design: How the site looks/ functions on all devices (desktop, mobile, tablet).

Analytics Elements

  • Traffic sources: Their effectiveness in driving high-quality traffic.
  • User behavior: Patterns and trends that can be leveraged for improvement.
  • A/B testing: Comparing two versions of a webpage/page element to see which performs better.
  • Heatmaps: Visual representations of how users interact with the site.

Functional Elements

  • Forms: Their design, length, and ease of use.
  • Search functionality: Its effectiveness in helping users find content.
  • Shopping cart: Its design and functionality.
  • Checkout process: Its design and simplicity.

Content Elements

  • Headlines: Their clarity and ability to grab attention.
  • Subheadings: Their effectiveness in structuring the content.
  • Body content: The quality, relevance, and readability of the text.

Technical Elements

  • Browser compatibility: How the site functions across different web browsers.
  • Error messages: Their clarity and helpfulness.
  • Security features: Their robustness and user-friendliness.

Usability Elements

  • User interface (UI): Its simplicity and intuitiveness.
  • User experience (UX): How enjoyable and easy it is for users to navigate the site.
  • Accessibility: The website's accessibility to users with disabilities.
  • User paths: The journey a user takes through the site.

Marketing Elements

  • Landing pages: Their design and effectiveness in driving conversions.
  • Sales funnel: Its design and effectiveness in guiding users towards a purchase.
  • Social proof: The presence and effectiveness of reviews, testimonials, case studies, etc.
  • Offers and promotions: Their appeal and effectiveness in driving conversions.
  • Personalisation: The effectiveness of personalized content and recommendations.
  • Email capture: The design and placement of email sign-up forms.

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