If you were to ask any business leader what their main goals for their company are, the answer would most likely be something along the lines of increasing sales and leads. In fact, even if they mentioned other goals, such as improving website performance and SEO, or redesigning a website for better user experience — the main objective behind these actions is to get more people onto the site, ideally leading to more sales.
For Corrugated Metals, Inc., these were the goals in a nutshell. But as with many companies in the industrial space, carving out time to improve their online footprint was a daunting task. As a roll forming manufacturer creating necessary products for the construction, equipment, transportation, and defense industries, focusing on customer needs usually trumped their own business development.Read More »
The majority of buyers added fewer than 10 new suppliers to their supply chains last year, which means you need to ensure you're reaching them when they're searching.
Aside from having an up-to-date website with detailed product and company information, having examples of your products and services in action — as well as testimonials from happy customers — can make you stand out among your competitors.Read More »
A cold-root rolling manufacturer wanted to increase leads on their website. A simple arrow made it happen.
Our conversion experts came across studies which showed that directional cues are effective at drawing attention to different objects on a page. While these cues can take many forms – arrows, eyes, fingers, etc. – independent research by the folks over at ConversionXL showed that hand-drawn arrows were the most successful.Read More »
Purchasing products or services online requires either a quote request process or an e-commerce store, and there’s different opportunities for optimization depending on which method your website uses.Read More »
We often work with customers who have an online store or catalog platform and are interested in increasing exposure to their products.Read More »
If you've ever wondered whether the forms on your landing pages should be on the left or right side of the page, you're not alone.
We decided to put this to the test on the contact page for one of our client's who specializes in custom metal stamping, Engineering Specialties, Inc. Now, you may be thinking that a small change such as which side of the page a form is on would have little difference in lead generation, but on the contrary, we've seen even simpler tweaks like adding an arrow above a form convert like crazy.
So, are you ready to see which side of the page the form should go on?Read More »