We are always striving to boost conversion rates and encourage users to engage more.
Forward-looking businesses are using social login, also known as social sign-on, to do just that.
For the uninitiated, social login allows users to access websites using their existing social account IDs, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Over the last years, Google Data Studio has evolved from an appealing but clunky application to a tool that we recommend to any digital marketer.
Data Studio allows you to communicate data simply and in a repeatable format, and their expanded integrations, customizations, and editability have made Data Studio dashboards extremely powerful.
A relatively new feature, data blending, came out last year. This underused function can do a lot of cool things; it also has some limitations. Once you’ve got your head around the basics, the possibilities are endless.
A/B testing splits traffic 50/50 between a control and a variation. A/B split testing is a new term for an old technique—controlled experimentation.
Yet for all the content out there about it, people still test the wrong things and run A/B tests incorrectly.
The easier your website is to use, the more people use it. An essential part of “easy to use” is intuitiveness. Intuitive design means that when a user sees it, they know exactly what to do.
Here’s an interesting statistic: Eight out of 10 TikTok users say they enjoy TikTok Ads.
At a time when more people are using ad blockers and paying for ad-free experiences, TikTokers are embracing advertising.
TikTok’s audience uses the app with an exploratory mindset and a willingness to engage with branded content. Ads are a natural part of the experience. You can use this to your advantage to sell more products.
In this article, you’ll learn how TikTok Ads work and how you can create campaigns that grab attention and turn interest into conversions.
More than 60% of marketers use 20+ marketing tools on a regular basis according to Airtable. For email marketing alone, more than half of small businesses use two or more tools according to Litmus.
On top of this, the number of sales and marketing tools each company uses is forecasted to continue to increase rapidly as the number of available tools and the amount of customer data grows.
At the same time, according to Mulesoft, only 28% of tools a company uses are integrated with other tools. More tools, more data, but limited integration—can you spot the issue here?
CXL Live 2022 was a blast. Over 300 old and new faces flew to Austin to spend two days full of networking and talks on growth and experimentation. Add to that breakfast tacos, a lot of beer, and three parties.
Even though the Austin weather had some surprises in store for us, the tremendous effort to organize CXL Live pulled off the event through a (literal) storm and frenzy.
This conference focused on relationship building, and a lot of work was put into creating curated groups to have fruitful round table discussions with like-minded peers. However, that’s not to say content doesn’t matter.
It does, and we brought world-class marketers to deliver keynotes full of value on growth and experimentation. These are the highlights of each one.
Marketing metrics are a competitive advantage. They allow you to create and optimize campaigns based on actionable evidence rather than intuition.
But to turn data into insights and money, it’s not enough to simply collect information. You have to track metrics you can act on.
In this article, you’ll learn which metrics to measure if you want to understand and improve marketing performance.
Intuition is no substitute for data. As Dr. Eric Bonabeau says, “The more data you have to weigh, and the more unprecedented the challenges you face, the less you should rely on instinct and the more on reason and analysis.”
With digital analytics, you have access to all the data you need to make smart decisions without solely relying on feelings.
In this guide, you’ll learn how digital analytics can benefit your business and how to use it to communicate with stakeholders. You’ll also discover digital analytics tools and the most complete digital analytics training to help you better understand your customers.
According to Dell, data is the new crude oil of modern society. It’s mined, it’s processed, and it’s valuable—when you know what to do with it.
Data visualization turns raw data into accessible charts, graphs, and maps to help you share it, learn from it, and make data-driven decisions. But game-changing campaigns are only possible if visuals present information in the right way. Get it wrong, and the message is lost.
In this article, you’ll see eight of the best data visualization examples to inspire your internal and external marketing efforts.
You’ll learn when to use them, what to avoid so you don’t overwhelm or confuse your audience, and five tips for creating these visualizations yourself.