(Last Updated On: April 1, 2019)

Recently Digideo started a partnership with Salesmanago, a powerful marketing automation application.

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When designing ads that represent the topmost point of your user flow, ask yourself the following:

  • What type of user am I targeting?
  • Are they actively seeking a solution to a problem, or are they casually browsing?
  • What problem are they trying to solve?
  • How can I best capture the user’s attention?
  • How do I relate to the user?
  • Is there a message that will be suitable for the user?
  • Is there a pain point that my product or website solves for the user?
  • How can I present this solution clearly and quickly?
  • What compelling calls to action will get our target user to click?

Look to the data you’ve compiled via analytics, user surveys, and user testing to ensure your ads speak to your users’ motivations and be sure to include a great hook.

When we talk about user experience (UX), we are referring to the totality of visitors’ experience with your site – more than just how it looks, UX includes how easy your site is to use, how fast it is, and how little time there is when visitors try to complete whatever action it is they’re there to complete.

We can help you with such audit and analysis.

As it applies to funnel optimization, the importance of UX cannot be overstated.

What is a prospect funnel in marketing?

It is a pipe of users motion on your website that is wide at the top and narrows at the bottom, used for guiding a users’ flow into a small opening. It means that they start from your home page, next navigate and visit many other pages. Finally, they found this page or that product and bought it or left your website. You can decide what he should see and visit.

The user experience during this journey has to be monitored and analyzed.

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By carefully crafting your user experience, you can ensure the user stays on task and keeps moving through the funnel, having been given just enough information and options at each step.

In your funnel optimization efforts, you’ll be focusing primarily on two aspects of UX:

1. Reducing friction in the form of wasted clicks, excess pages, false starts, going to the wrong page, slow page loads, and other friction points that cause users to give up.

2. Reducing cognitive overhead—another version of friction—that puts doubt and indecision into the mind of the user, causing them to waver over whether to convert.

In Salesmanago you can do A/B testing for new interface versions, pages, forms, call out buttons, etc.

If you begin by looking at the objectives of the user and the business, you can sketch out the various flows that need to be designed in order to achieve both parties’ goals. The user might be looking to find a fact, order a product, learn a skill, download a document, and so on.

Business objectives could be anything from getting a lead, alike, a subscriber, a buyer, and so on. Ideally, you’ll design your flow in a way that meets both user and business objectives.

In addition to an awareness of user objectives, it’s important to account for the different traffic sources and levels of knowledge and engagement in your user base. You must map that in-bound user flows to conversion funnels that provide value to the user (without neglecting those business objectives.)

When mapping out your user flows, start at the top—the point at which users first exposed to your site. You’ll probably want to address the flows that impact the most users first.

Here are a few examples of typical user flows:

  • A user clicks into your site from a banner or Google AdWord ad (Paid Advertising)
  • A user finds your site via a friend’s post on a social network (Social Media)
  • A user clicks into your site from a deep link that was surfaced by a search (Organic Search)
  • A user sees you mentioned in the news or a blog post and visits your site (Press or News Item)

In each of these cases, the user comes with his or her own needs, expectations, and level of knowledge, and they need to be treated accordingly.

The marketing automation tool helps you to monitor the whole flow and all steps effectiveness. You can suggest on each step a proper offer based on the user journey.

It is very useful, especially for online shops. You can propose a specific product based on such a journey and more:

  • Text and graphical banners
  • Product banners (eCommerce recommendations)
  • Contact forms
  • Dynamic banners on your website run by automation rules
  • Coupon download forms
  • Materials download forms
  • Landing page/target web page generator
  • Dynamically personalized script generator
  • Free modification of your web page for a better match with the visitor’s profile

Simply you will be able to keep and catch your prospect and customer as long as possible and get more successful purchases or leads.

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