Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO)

Via our hands-on, analytics- and insights-based approach to conversion rate optimisation, we will convert more of your website visitors into customers.

CRO provides a systematic approach to enhancing the website’s output and user experience, guided by observations and described by KPIs.

To provide the best experience for travellers, the website must be both functional and informative. This is true for any single page on your website, not just product pages and your home page.

We don’t stop until we see an immediate increase in conversion rates. We are committed to delivering long-term results through continuous study, production, testing, and reporting. This ensures that the website works optimally at all times, from the first visit to any landing page to the final check-out.

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Conversion rate optimization leads to data-driven decisions that increase the conversion rate of your website.

Customer feedback review

Via focus groups and in-depth interviews, we gather information about users’ desires, interests, and aversions. These emotions, ideas, and opinions are then organised and prioritised into a hierarchical structure so that your site can be described or refined to meet the needs of your customers.

Remote user experience testing

We observe users in their natural environment using remote user interface research. We assign tasks to customers on your website and use screen-sharing and face and voice recording tools to learn exactly what your customers think about your website when they interact with it in real time.

Moderated user experience testing

Moderated testing gives you full control over the results, ensuring they meet your expectations. Our expert moderators are available to answer any questions asked by the user, ensuring that stumbling blocks do not distort test results.

A/B testing & multivariate testing (MVT)

Split testing is an optimization technique in which the conversion rates of two versions of a page (A vs B) can be compared in real time. We can do this with more than two iterations of a page thanks to multivariate research. After the results are in, we will be able to choose the most appropriate version of each page for the future.