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Universal Analytics: Understanding the Value of the User-ID w/ Justin Cutroni

You may have heard that Google recently announced that Universal Analytics was officially out of beta.

But what does that mean & more importantly, how can you take advantage of Universal Analytics to improve your business?

Let’s start with the basics.

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Unlocking Your Company's Growth Engine w/ Conversion Rate Optimization w/ Sean Ellis

If you’ve heard of Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn or Qualaroo, you’re familiar with my work.

I’m Sean Ellis & I’d like to tell you how Conversion Rate Optimization played a critical role as the growth engine for the companies I’ve worked with. I’m going to lay out the specific tests & processes I’ve used to grow these startups into incredibly valuable businesses.

How important is CRO? It was the key to our success in scaling LogMeIn to a publicly-traded company, and helped us optimize our referral program at Dropbox, whose latest funding figures peg it’s value at a rumored $10 billion.

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Finding The High Converting PPC Keywords That Are Right Under Your Nose

Note from the editor: We talk a lot about conversion rate optimization, and how it’s about showing the right people, the right thing, at the right time in order to get more out of your website.

For many CXL readers, PPC advertising is a big part of your business & in many ways it is just as critical to the conversion process as what’s happening on the page. You may have an exceptional page that would convert beautifully if your PPC ads were just a little more on topic.

That’s why I’ve asked my friend Georgene Nunn, one of the brightest PPC people I know, to break down some of the ways you can use your existing data to improve your keyword sets, targeting options, and relevance scores to drive more targeted people to your site.

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How to Build Habit Forming Products w/ Nir Eyal

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Nir Eyal, Stanford Business School lecturer, start up mentor, and author of “Hooked: How To Build Habit Forming Products.”

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How To Do Conversion Optimization With Very Little Traffic?

I have too little traffic to test; hence, I can’t do conversion optimization.

I’ve heard this a lot. Bullshit, I say. You can do conversion optimization on any website – even on sites that have so little traffic that a split test would take 2 years to run until statistical significance is reached.

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A/B Test Planning: How to Build a Process that Works

A strong A/B testing plan will allow you to increase your revenue. You’ll also learn valuable insights about your customers because you’ll know their preferences instead of guessing what they want.

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Maximizing Your Autoresponder Campaign: Content, Length & Frequency

Most people won’t buy anything on the first visit, so you need to capture emails. And then what? In this article we’re going to dive deep into a discussion about creating content for your autoresponder campaign.

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6 Ways to Re-Optimize Your Email Auto-responder Campaign to Improve Opens, Clicks, and Sales

So you’ve used different landing page strategies, managed to entice visitors with a great lead magnet, and you’re capturing emails like a boss.

Question is, now that they’re on your list, what do you do with them?

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Three Hard Truths About A/B Testing

Sometimes A/B testing is made to seem like some magical tool that will fix all problems at once. Conversions low? Well run a test and increase your conversions by 12433%! It’s easy!

Setting up and running split tests is indeed easy (if you’re using the right tools), but doing it right requires thought and care.

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Sell More Stuff Online By Eliminating Click Fear

If you want to sell stuff online, there’s one thing you should always be looking to eliminate – Click Fear. No, it’s not a modern day phobia.

It’s when people are not sure what will happen after they click.

So in most cases they won’t.

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