Over the past year, we’ve made great strides towards improving conversion at our startup, Docebo. What we do at our startup is help companies deliver e-learning solutions through a web interface and a WordPress plugin.
Because of our recent efforts in improving our conversion rates, we now have a fairly good idea of who lands on our homepage, and whether or not they’re likely to convert and becoming a user.
But it wasn’t always like that for us.
The necessity of providing user satisfaction on every key touchpoint in your business is critical to your success.
The issue, however, is identifying those crucial touchpoints.
Customer journey maps could be an incredibly helpful solution in this area.
The growth in online sales is staggering, and now accounts for 8% of total retail sales.
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Last month we had a sponsored giveaway of interactive HTML5 world map licenses from Simplemaps.
Congratulations to all the winners! The winners should have already gotten an email from me containing information about their prize.