Staying Competitive in the Experience Economy
Experience Economy 101
Before getting into the nitty-gritty of competing in the experience economy, let's take a quick history lesson. Since the dawn of man, the economy has existed in one form or another. The first time a caveman exchanged a sharpened rock for a mammoth steak, trade was born. When we discovered food could be grown and harvested the agrarian economy was born and dominated civilization until the mass technological shift of the industrial revolution birthed the industrial economy. Two world wars and a Cold one after that resulted in stark structural changes in global economics. In the late '90s, the internet began its conquest of our personal and business lives and it changed just about everything. The way we interact and respond to our world evolved and ushered in our latest economic era: the Experience Economy.
The term was first described in a 1998 Harvard Business Review article, the author made note of experiences being a distinct economic offering "as different from services as services are from goods". Experiences exist as the most differentiated offering in today's economy; they go beyond price and quality and give the consumer an emotional reason to engage with their brand, product, or service. The modern consumer expects a fair price, excellent quality, and flawless customer service as minimum requirements to even consider a brand and bases their decision to purchase on an emotional response. In the experience economy, you are marketing feelings over the service or product.
Experience and the Purchase Cycle
It's tricky to come up with a formula that gives businesses the key to delivering on experience. We need to consider that this can be a bit abstract at times since experience is always present throughout every stage of the purchase cycle and varies greatly at each point. The experience you may want when searching and actually paying may be completely different from the experience you want interacting with your product.
Let's use an example: the author of this article is an avid video game enthusiast. For the better part of the last decade, most video game purchases are done through direct digital download: you search for your game, enter a payment method, download, and start playing. Gone are the days of enduring a block-long line for several hours in the cold to purchase a physical copy of the new Mortal Kombat, but also gone are the days of the thrilling anticipation that came from waiting to get home to unbox a brand new game and put it in the console for the first time. Direct digital downloads improved the experience of making it easy for everyone to purchase and immediately receive a game from the comfort of their homes, but completely removed the emotional value of unboxing a game.
Video game company's found a way to deliver on both these experiences and also make more money out of it through Day 1 collector's editions. These experience-heavy editions of video games allow the customer to download the game before it's release and activate on launch date so they can start playing immediately, but they also ensure the delivery of additional digital and physical content such as artbooks, action figures, bonus items, and elaborate boxes with a physical copy of the game on the day of the release. This way they are both removing the negative experience of having to leave your house to stand in line to buy a game, but adding the positive nostalgia-filled experience of unboxing something unique, all for a hefty price tag usually 3x or 4x the price of a standard digital-download.
Engagement and Customer Experience
That last example illustrates how experience sells, but video game company's are still selling a tangible product. How do we deliver on experience when it comes to service providers? The "math" is pretty much the same: the opportunity in this economy lies where business can meet or even exceed a customer's initial expectation of their buying experience. To understand what those expectations are, it's crucial to study your customers in detail and collect and use as much data from them as possible. Creating profiles of the different type of buyers that approach your business will help you learn how to appeal to each one on many different levels including the way they consume information and the way they make decisions. A lot of self-assessment is also required from every business to understand what they can be doing better to deliver on CX.
There is a lot of fertile ground in this budding economy in digital marketing even though it may not be easily apparent. What are your potential buyers looking for online? Why are they looking for it? When are they looking for it? What devices are they using?
All these questions give you answers on where you can improve CX. From intuitive design to content marketing and lead-conversion optimization, we are considering customer-experience throughout every level of how we do business and trying to drive the CX philosophy in the work we do for our clients. Our marketing strategies are aimed at driving engagement by improving customer experience elements for digital audiences. Learning and analyzing how your audience asks questions online and building informative original content to generate demand goes much further than providing basic product information. Customers are looking to be understood and cared for, so answering their questions as best as possible without them having to do too much searching is a compelling way to deliver on experience in this industry.
The Most Common Website Problems That Affect Business
The Most Common Website Problems That Affect Businesses
Your company’s website is it’s most important online sales asset, period. If you expect to create any sort of value for your company through your website, you need to make sure it’s armed for the task.
Bounce Rate is the indicator that shows you how many people are leaving your website after seeing a single page. When your bounce rate is high, it means visitors aren’t liking what they are seeing or aren’t finding what they’re looking for in your website, even though your company might actually provide what they need. If your visitors are bouncing, your website may have problems related to one or more of these categories:
- Lead Capturing
In this blog, we want to take an in-depth look into the most common website issues affecting businesses all around the globe:
Clean, responsive, and visually-appealing design is indispensable for a corporate website. Your visitors need to like what they see first and foremost before you can start expecting them to provide you with their information. Design problems can range from unappealing or outdated visual design to issues with the website’s internal structure. Poor design can result in slow loading time, confusing navigation, and altogether failing to capture leads or even keep visitors interested in staying. Some of the most common website design problems out there are:
- Poor or Outdated Website Design: Most of us remember what websites looked like in the early days of the Internet; they went from dull and square to overwhelmingly cluttered with flashing gifs and annoying backgrounds. Unfortunately, it’s still common to find business websites that have not been updated since the mid-2000s as well as websites that have been built without any sort of design elements taken into account. A company’s corporate website is their online business card; as such, it needs a modern and visually-appealing look and feel, free of clutter and sensibly decorated with high-quality images and graphics.
- Do-It-Yourself Free Builders: Using a free website builder that lets you drag and drop items and use nice stock photos may seem like a quick way to solve your website needs on a budget, but, as with most free things, there is a hidden cost. These free services may be easy to use, but each design facet added will create a large amount of back-end code lines that will pile up and generate many performance issues. Websites created with free builders tend to load slower as they grow and content is added, and many small design errors will begin to accumulate that you won’t be able to correct without access to or knowledge about back-end coding.
- No Mobile-Responsive Design: More than half of all global online browsing takes place on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. It’s pretty simple: if your website isn’t responsive to mobile devices, you’re missing out on more than half of your potential market. This is an absolute must when it comes to website design.
- Poor or Complicated Navigation: You want your visitors to read the information they are looking for, so you need to make it easy to find. Intelligent website design will lead a visitor straight to what they are looking for and then makes it easy for them to contact you once they are interested in your product or service. If your menus aren’t easy to use or your contact points are hidden, you’ll end up with a lot of frustrated visitors. User experience makes all the difference.
A visually-appealing website will keep your visitors interested for only a short period of time if your content isn’t up to standards. We like to say that “Content is King” because content is the answer to your public’s questions. Content is your online sales pitch; you don’t have a face-to-face interaction with your visitors, so whatever they read on your website has to convince them to take the next step. Content also needs to fulfill certain standards so that search engines can find it. As important as content is, it’s probably the area where many business websites are weakest. Some common content issues are:
- Insufficient or Confusing Information: If you don’t have enough content on your website, it will be ignored by search engines. If you have too much information, then you’ll confuse or overwhelm your visitors. Your content needs to be balanced and concise, but it also needs to be informative, interesting, and easy-to-read. Writing quality content is not an easy task, which is why many people build careers around this. Make sure your website’s content is created by people who know what they are doing. Even if you have good writing skills and feel you can create your own content, website content for businesses needs to fulfill with certain standards and integrate with the overall design of the site. At the very least, consulting with a content expert can go a long way.
- Plagiarized Content: If any amount of content on your website is plagiarized, search engines may flag and reject it. Every business’ website should have original content created exclusively for them. It’s common to find sites with content that was intentionally or inadvertently plagiarized. There are many online tools (eg. Grammarly or SmallSeoTools) that can help you determine if you have plagiarized content, which needs to be urgently corrected for your website to get organic visits.
- Not Updating Content Periodically: In order to keep your website relevant, new content needs to be added in the form of articles, blogs, whitepapers, news, or video material. The more interesting and informative content you generate on your website, the higher it will rank on search engines and the more likely it is you’ll get quality visitors. Your website’s main content can hold up for a more extended period of time, but it will eventually need to be revised and updated as well.
- Not Catering to the Audience: It’s easy to end up with poor content. Even if you hire professionals, your business may need a specific type of knowledge from a writer to communicate with your target audience effectively. For example, if you’re the CEO of a company that produces industrial chemicals, it’s likely that your potential customers are also knowledgable on the subject. Your content needs to prove to them that your business knows what it’s talking about. Whoever writes your content needs to understand the audience that will be reading it and needs to either have a sufficient level of technical knowledge on the subject or be an expert researcher. Defining buyer personas is an essential step in understanding your business’ audience and how to communicate with them effectively.
So, your website’s look and feel are modern and intuitive, and you regularly add relevant content, but you’re still not getting enough organic visits. You may have missed out on a critical step: SEO.
SEO used to be seen as an afterthought, but nowadays optimization is considered a minimum requirement for search engines to give your website any sort of attention. SEO needs to be taken into consideration from the very first steps of content design. Keywords need to be researched, strategized, and implemented with a tactical approach. Overall, SEO is not an overly complicated process, but you need to know what you're doing to get it right. Common SEO issues are:
- Not Using a Keyword Strategy: Keywords are how online users find websites on search engines. If your content is missing the keywords that your audience is looking for, then you have little to no hope of attracting them. Good keyword research and planning are the main ingredients of a successful optimization. Finding out what your audience is talking about and hitting the right keywords are the first steps in climbing search engine rankings. The more in-tune your content is with a well-planned keyword strategy, the higher your website will rank.
- Headers, Meta titles, and Meta descriptions: These elements are what show up on search engines when your website is displayed. If this information is missing or incorrect, then potential visitors will not be inclined to click on the displayed link. Meta-descriptions can be especially tricky; they need to be over 120 and under 156 characters and need to grab the audience's attention enough to make them click. They also need to incorporate the right keywords seamlessly to rank higher.
- No Metrics or Conversion Tracking: Without KPI's and conversion metrics in place, you'll have a hard time finding out where your website is falling short. Metrics will let you track the effectiveness of your optimization tactics and keywords, and will help you adjust your efforts accordingly to improve results.
- Using Only Broad Keywords: Broad keywords will help you somewhat, but long-tail specific keyword phrases are the most effective at capturing good organic leads. Long-tail keyword phrases need to supported by relevant content as well; there's no point in using a specific phrase like "The Most Common Website Problems That Affect Business" if you don't actually provide that information. Specific keywords are more effective towards getting those organic clicks, but the content is where you make your sale's pitch.
Lead capturing is the science of funneling a lead through your website content a towards them giving you their information to start the sales process. There both front-end and back-end characteristics of lead capturing optimization. A well-designed information flow, strong Calls to Action (CTAs), and comprehensive contact forms are all part of the front-end aspect of lead-capturing. Behind the curtains, the lead funnel needs to be able to notify your sales team and get them to act quickly. Some of the most common website problems relating to the lead capturing process are:
- Missing or Hidden Contact Forms: It’s surprising how many business websites out there make it difficult for users to contact them. If your website’s purpose is to bring in leads and create sales opportunities, you need to make sure that getting in touch with you is a simple process. Contact forms need to be easy to find and easy to fill out; they need to request enough information without making it a tiresome task for the user. Drop-down menus and multiple-choice options are preferable to blank spaces for writing; they also make it easier to classify your leads internally.
- Slow Notification Process: Once a lead fills out a contact form, your sales team needs to know about it as quickly as possible. A user will lose interest if they aren’t contacted within the first 24 hours, at the very least. Optimally, a company’s website is integrated with their CRM so that lead notifications go straight towards the sales queue. If CRM integration is not possible, then the lead notification has to be programmed to reach an email inbox that is regularly monitored.
If you are experiencing any of the most common website issues that affect business, you may need some expert advice. Contact our team to find out how your website can improve and become a powerful sales asset for your company.
CXGlobals' Growing Partner Channel
Our Growing Partner Channel Network
Building a brand online takes more than just setting up a website and a few social media accounts. It requires a dedicated strategy, careful execution, and continuous monitoring and followup. Unfortunately, many small and medium businesses find it difficult to build their online presence at a reasonable cost, as well as finding a digital marketing partner they can genuinely trust. This is where Partner Channel networks can make a difference.
CXGlobals has built its reputation and nurtured its expertise on strong, trustworthy partnerships. For over a decade, we have developed customized digital marketing strategies and services for our B2B Partner Channels. This approach has been beneficial both for us a company as well as for a long list of customers who have been able to find a digital marketing agency that is cost-effective and highly flexible. Channel Partners receive a special deal that gives them an affordable solution for their web development, graphic design, content development, social media management, and online marketing needs. They also benefit from the peace of mind that comes with knowing they will work with a partner that is familiar with their industry and the products they sell.
CXGlobals dedicates time and resources towards building a stronger and further-reaching network of partners, searching for a mutual benefit for all parties involved. This effort takes commitment and professionalism, ensuring that trust and transparency are primary factors in all of our business relationships. We would like to highlight two of our ongoing Partner Channel programs with industry leaders Microsoft and SAP.
The R.A.C.E. Framework
All of our marketing and development projects are based on a success framework we call R.A.C.E., which stands for Reach, Act, Convert and Engage. Each of these phases represents a step in your digital journey and the actions that are executed during each one. Reach initiatives are focused on improving core digital marketing techniques and online demand generation. Act initiatives are focused on analyzing and improving interactions and conversion throughout your digital properties. Convert initiatives are meant to identify improvement opportunities to increase lead conversion through Business Intelligence analytics, sales funnels, and CRM integrations. Finally, the Engage initiatives are meant to gauge and improve the level of customer engagement that you are having across all your digital marketing assets.
Learn more about the R.A.C.E. Framework here.
Our long-standing partnership with Microsoft has been one of our most valued relationships. We work closely with Microsoft tools and have been doing so for well over a decade. We understand Microsoft products and how to market Microsoft business solutions effectively. This is why we have built a specialized channel for Microsoft partners with the DigitalStride program. Microsoft Partners are eligible to contract DigitalStride services as a benefit to help them develop their brand as Microsoft service providers, solution designers, and product resellers.
If you are interested in applying for DigitalStride, you can access the program through by clicking here.
SAP Partner Benefit Catalog: Digital Booster
CXGlobals has worked with many SAP Partners helping them with web development, content development, and organic and paid demand generation projects. Our growing expertise in marketing innovative SAP products, such as SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Leonardo has helped us build an exciting new program exclusively for members of SAP Partner network that have access to the SAP Partner Benefit Catalog. Our Digital Booster program enables SAP-focused small and medium businesses to create a digital presence, rebrand their image, and improve demand generation, website traffic, social media, and online conversion using marketing development funds (MDF) provided by SAP. With SAP taking on a significant portion of the costs, partners will find a reasonable path towards developing their digital marketing efforts.
If you are an SAP Partner, you can find the Digital Booster services through SAP's Partner Benefit Catalog that you may access here.
WordPress 4.9: The Best Release Ever
Improve the way you edit code with the new and safer version of WordPress. Its new widgets will let you customize your website with better advantage and enhancements, let´s take a look at them:
Code Editing Improvements: CodeMirror
The most drastic improvement to code editing in 4.9 is that you can actually code editing control rather than having an assistance input. This sounds familiar for developers that have been using WordPress for over years, in fact the 2.8 version used to work with plugin editors. CodeMirror can help authors catch mistakes visually while typing a code with its new syntax highlighting abilities. When a linter finds an error in your code, WordPress will prompt you to fix it and allow you to save it once is corrected.
Another interesting feature is the hinting, as you start typing your code, an autocomplete dropdown will appear and you can use your keyboard to select an option.
The Gallery Widget
This upcoming release introduces us to the Gallery widget; users can now add galleries to their sidebars. The media widget allows content that was formerly restricted to be posted on your website. Widgets used for images, video, audio and galleries will migrate, but in the meantime, WordPress users will not perceive any difference.
New Changesets Enhacements
Persistently store changes via the Customizer framework, save pending changes for any number of settings and model any object in WordPress such as options, theme mods, nav menu items, widgets and even posts. When a change is requested, it will be read and applied to the response via WordPress filters.
Only authorized users can write changes for a given setting, according to its capability. All the changes will go live together in a batch save operation.
Navigation Menu Improvements
The Customizer’s menu will now let you add a page without any problems. This issue was prior listed in older WordPress versions but now has been updated for clarity. Step by step you can create a menu and to adjust any specific scenarios. The panel will simply ask you to create a menu and the process becomes more fluent. Once the menu is done, WordPress will guide you to add items and highlight the buttons if the user can´t find it after a brief time.
WordPress hardened security when it comes to prohibited actions by indicating any circumstance that is not allowed to perform. Also, the switching available roles and capabilities have moved to a new function. With this any performance can become temporary, this way roles and capability will not need to be switched.
WordPress 4.9 has come to revolutionize your developing experience with more plugins options, update language files easier and most important, no bugs!
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Avoiding The 4 Most Common Mistakes When Publishing Blog Articles
It is time to re plan your whole marketing strategy focusing on your audience and their demands. Let´s check the most common mistakes businesses do when it comes to branding and digital presence.
Being Too Sales Oriented
Of course the #1 goal for companies is to improve their sales, but consider entertaining your audience as well. Create educational and informative content that will engage to your visitors. Your audience will get to know you better showing your creative and fun side. Explicitly promoting your brand could make your consumers feel attacked at the same time they are losing interest in your company.
Not Communicating to the Proper Audience
We highly recommend on making a research on your audience interests and demands. Get informed on their challenges and motivations, and create an appropriate marketing strategy. Your audience has issues, get to know them and people will engage with your content more easily. Never focus on general topics, get specific when it comes to entertaining your audience.
Posting Too Often or Never
Content creating can be difficult when there´s a lack of time and an efficient strategy. Try to make a content posting schedule and stick to it, commitment will become your best friend. Developing a content topic strategy will make you save time and headaches, there are some days that the creativity is zero, but a list of potential topics will make your content struggle a little bit more enjoyable. Avoid random content and overwhelming for your consumers.
Getting Too Serious on Your SEO
Any content marketing strategy should start with an effective keyword research campaign, but we have a couple advices to keep in mind. Your company should communicate to people, not for Google. Remember that your potential clients are people, ley your communication be approachable. Also, link building on your content shouldn't be your main priority, focus more on topic ideas that can relate to your keyword research.
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Search Engine Optimization Trends for 2018
Lets get ready for next year digital trends by mastering your SEO strategy. Apply the right SEO with these powerful trends and tools that will help you achieve your digital goals:
Get a list of the best keyword tools of this year like Google’s Keyword Planner, Ubersuggest and Searchmetrics. You need to get informed about your industry and latest trends general with other tools provided by Google. Also, is very helpful to keep an eye on your competitors by ranking them and the keywords they are using. Focus on new keyword opportunities so you can build additional and fresh content, remember that your audience has needs and their interests are constantly changing.
On Page SEO
On this part you should re-do your whole digital strategy basing on longer content and applying relevant topics. Once your keyword research is done, add them throughout your content, it can be at the title, header, sub headers and paragraphs. Optimize your link structure by adding 2-3 links per article, of course; publish relevant blog posts within your site. Remember to ensure that your content is been properly optimized.
Your site needs to be mobile friendly in order to be accessible for everyone. On 2017,more Google searches take place on mobile devices in countries like USA and Japan. With tools like Google Developers, you can upload images and create interactive content. Rank your website on mobile search and get the best results next time someone is browsing the net.
Re-Plan your Content Marketing Strategy
Engage the curiosity of your visitors with interesting content, this way your SEO rankings will improve. We recommend tools for content ideas such as Reddit, Quora and Alltop, get inspired and create great articles using worldwide trends. Consider using effective titles and intriguing words on your content, allow your visitors to get to know you on a creative way. For your content creation and marketing, Google Trends will be your best ally; you will instantly know what’s going on your country or around the world.
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How to Improve Business to Business Communication
A full marketing strategy should be your cornerstone and a priority to help increasing leads and turning your brand into an industry influencer. Organizations that manage Business to Business (B2B) communications behave than companies that sell directly to the consumer or individual customers; therefore, your approach should be focused on the industry’s best practices and current trends.
These 5 tips will provide you with useful strategies you can implement today to transform your B2B marketing.
- Publish Testimonials
A recent study shows that 62% of companies use testimonials on their website or any marketing event. Most of the B2B buyers make purchases after reading a recommendation. Your customer’s decisions may be affected by trust issues, so we advice you to leverage any customer testimonial available so you can provide and extra peace of mind when your customers are ready to engage. Transparency is the key to any purchasing decision.
- Provide an Excellent Customer Experience
The way you approach your potential customers can be critical on B2B messaging. This means that you need a strong Social Media presence more and more now days, avoiding potential clients never reaching your company. Business to Customer approach has a different angle, their results are more underwhelmed. A successful B2B company understands current and potential client’s demands and is always developing a relationship of trust.
- Get Better Traffic by Constantly Blogging
Inform and communicate what you can do. Increase the traffic of your online channels with blogging and attract prospects providing them with interesting data. You may be surprised that 62% of B2B companies that blog generate more leads per month compared with those who don´t. Also, 43% of bloggers have acquired a client from their blog strategy. Make sure to target your content, this way you will attract those companies that are really interested in your products and services.
- Webinars and Seminars
Expose your company providing conferences and approach to those that are more likely to research online videos. Millenials tend to value more online conferences or explanatory graphics. Communicate about what your company can offer as an added value, do it with your own voice and be a useful resource of information for the upcoming generations.
- Leverage Your LinkedIn Profile
It has been stated the importance of Social Media presence, and for B2B industries it is mandatory to have a compelling LinkedIn profile. 1 out of every 3-business people has a profile on this platform and 45% of LinkedIn content readers, are C-Level Executives, Managers, etc. Boost this Social Media platform to leverage your marketing strategy and generate more potential leads easier than other social media channels related to B2B.
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Boosting Digital Presence for Siemens Partners in LATAM
Siemens established a partnership with CXGlobals to optimize the Digital Marketing landscape for their partners in Latin America. The main goal was to increase online presence through their digital channels, with a custom product Landing Page, and Search Engine Optimization for the newly created asset.
Finally, Siemens can promote solutions and campaigns with a successful social campaign.
X-Plan is a Siemens partner in Argentina with over 25 years on the development market, sales and implementation of software for Engineering, Planification and Production Control. CXGlobals helped by creating content, improve website speed and constant updating with blogs.
Another partner from Argentina that commercializes design softwares and emphasizes on analysis, robotics and digital factory. Their main area of improvement was the constant update of their website and thanks to reference links the organic traffic increased.
In this case we worked on a brand-new website and fixed broken links, also the improvement of the website´s speed was a must. We created the content and keywords implementation for this Colombian partner that also offers engineering services.
FIXPLM is the biggest Brazilian partner of Siemens with over 10 years on the market offering high technology solutions. We dedicated ourselves to create a sitemap, fix broken links and implemented a better keyword research. Also, their website is now being updated with blogs and reference link.
For this Brazilian partner, we developed strategies to increase their organic traffic such as content generation and link building with blogs. This partner offers custom made solutions for product generation.
Being the main partner of Citrix Systems and offering technological solutions, they needed a Sitemap and a keyword research implementation on their two websites.
We develop custom made solutions so our partners can have a successful digital journey and increase their deals. Are you ready to take this step? Click here and Get in Touch Today.
Arbor as an Outstanding Client for CXGlobals
Arbor Networks, the security division of NETSCOUT, is driven to protect the infrastructure and ecosystem of the internet. It is the principle upon which they were founded in 2000; and remains the common thread that runs through all that they do today. Arbor’s approach is rooted in the study of network traffic. Arbor’s suite of visibility, DDoS protection and advanced threat solutions provide customers with a micro view of their network enhanced by a macro view of global internet traffic and emerging threats through their ATLAS infrastructure. Sourced from more than 300 service provider customers, ATLAS delivers intelligence based on insight into approximately 1/3 of global internet traffic. Supported by Arbor’s Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT), smart workflows and rich user context, Arbor’s network insights help customers see, understand and solve the most complex and consequential security challenges facing their organizations.
In mid-2016, CXGlobals was approached by Arbor’s marketing team, to help build the new corporate sites for Portuguese and Spanish-speaking Latin American countries.
The Problem: Need for new regional websites
As Arbor continued to expand in Latin America, they needed new websites to support this growth. The team at Arbor Networks wanted to work with a regional agency that understood the Latin American culture and that could be able to adapt, create and implement in Spanish and Portuguese.
Working together with Arbor’s Marketing team, CXGlobals were able to develop three WordPress-based Websites, with a Blog and News section, and integrated with Marketo; one of the most popular Marketing Automation platforms in the market today. Along with this, CXGlobals provides monthly support for Blog article publication and website maintenance. Reporting is provided with insights of page analytics and recommendations on how to apply best practices in digital marketing.
Words from the Team
“Our Spanish and Portuguese website project began with the evaluation of five local agencies. We certainly picked the right one! The team at CXGlobals is attentive to detail, responsive, reliable, and just a pleasure to work with!” - Paula Ellis, LATAM Marketing Manager, Arbor Networks.
Their Success is also Ours
Thanks to the combined effort of a clean, simple design, and easy to update platform, the Web sites managed to perform with the following metrics.
· The site Increased the percentage of new sessions by 66% through organic traffic alone.
· A 89% goal completion increase was achieved for the Spanish website (in comparison to 2016).
· The average session duration by visitors increased by 106% over the previous year.
· There was an 11% decrease in bounce rate.
· The site achieved a 657% increase in Goal Completions compared to same period in 2016.
· There was an increase of 75% in overall number of sessions.