Key Elements of Delightful Connected Experiences Across Web and Mobile

Connected experiences across web and mobile

What do excellent experiences across web and mobile look like? They are consistent, seamless, available, and context specific across channels. As people move from web to mobile app, they are able to pick up where they left off. The company’s voice, tone and brand should be consistent whether a customer is using an app or laptop. The experience between platforms should be continuous.

This type of connectivity is an aspiration for many businesses, a goal that may seem unattainable due to technical constraints. Whether or not you can achieve this level of connectivity today, understanding the key elements and examples of great web to mobile experiences is a great place to start.

2 Controversial Site Redesigns That Should Inspire You to A/B Test

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When it comes to making better data-driven decisions, the sooner the better. Often the temptation is to wait until after the redesign is done or the feature is rolled out. “Oh, we’re doing a redesign; we’ll do the A/B testing afterwards.” The fact is you actually want to A/B test the redesign. One story from Digg and another from Netflix show why.

Around 2010, Optimizely co-founders Dan Siroker and Pete Koomen were introduced to the folks at Digg by their new VP of Product Keval Desai to talk about using Optimizely. Their response was, “We are busy working on a complete overhaul of our site. After we do that, then we’ll do A/B testing.”

5 CRO Elements to Test on Facebook

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In an August 2013 CMO Survey, 66% of respondents indicated that their companies are putting more pressure on measuring social ROI. The challenge? There isn’t a clear cut path for doing so.

While there isn’t a ‘silver bullet’ in quantifying social ROI, you can create a system for maximizing the impact of every moment your audience spends on Facebook. That’s where conversion rate optimization (CRO) comes in.

3 Essential Steps to Drive Revenue & Conversions from Pinterest

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Smart marketers know that Pinterest is a valuable social media channel. In fact, one study found that Pinterest drives more traffic to media websites than Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit, and Google+ combined.

The referral traffic opportunity from Pinterest is massive. But many companies are unclear about how and whether to develop a Pinterest-meets-conversion strategy. This blog post will explore ways to drive traffic to your site from Pinterest.