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Best Practices in Website Management, Part 2: How to Make Your Site Personal & Profitable [October 31, 2013]

Best Practices in Website Management, Part 2: How to Make Your Site Personal & Profitable [October 31, 2013]

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You have 7 seconds to make a great impression with your site visitors. Otherwise, they’ll hit the dreaded “back button” and go to your competitor’s site.

Personalization matters! The more you can understand your prospects - from the first time a prospect visits your site ‘til the moment he/she becomes your strongest advocate - chances are they’ll want to do business with you instead of your competitors.

Join us for a discussion on the business benefits of personalization, plus a real world case study on how to use personalization to deepen engagement with your prospects and customers:
• Personalize every site visitor’s experience in real-time to improve customer acquisition, satisfaction, and retention
• Plan & implement relevant content and free trial cross-sells on your web pages to decrease bounce rates and guide prospects through the buyer’s journey
• Use progressive personalization to optimize the exchange of contact information for helpful content and increase conversion rates

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