The Conversion Blog

Can DevOps Unlock Your Marketing Agency's Future?

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 12, 2018 / by David Ward posted in Agency, Growth-Driven Development, Growth-Driven Design, DevOps [fa icon="comment"] 1 Comment

One of the biggest issues we’ve been seeing again and again over the past 2 years within enterprise client organizations is the inability of internal service delivery to keep up with marketing and operational velocity. Customers are demanding needs be met faster and faster, and while customer-focused organizations have built marketing and sales teams to respond – the fact remains that most technical teams haven’t been able to keep pace.

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We Deliver On Clutch Again: Top Global Development Agency

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 06, 2018 / by David Ward posted in Awards, Client Spotlight, Website Development [fa icon="comment"] 1 Comment

Here at Meticulosity we're proud to offer impactful end-to-end digital marketing services, the foundations of which are in HubSpot COS, Magento, WordPress, and ecommerce development. Because our team specializes in complex sites that need to marry form and function, we're super excited to announce that once again we're in the top five agencies in the world when it comes to ecommerce development and ranked among the top for Magento development.

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Creating Better Advertising Reports in HubSpot

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 27, 2018 / by Tanya Wigmore posted in HubSpot, Advertising, Facebook Ads, Analytics [fa icon="comment"] 1 Comment

Tracking your links is essential to identify which marketing campaigns and platforms are working well for you. But if you're not doing your due diligence, you might not be tracking correctly and your reports will be more confusing than insightful. Luckily, with the smallest bit of legwork you can get your HubSpot reports to display more accurate information and align a little closer to the data that you're seeing in Google Analytics. 

Let's take a look 👀

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What is Conversion Rate Optimization? Increase Your Website Conversions

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 20, 2018 / by Lynn Genske posted in Ecommerce, Conversion Rate Optimization, Inbound Marketing [fa icon="comment"] 3 Comments

Inbound marketing isn't only about driving traffic to your website or app, it's also about converting visitors into leads when they land on your site. The more qualified those leads are the better and the great thing about inbound marketing is that when you do it right a great deal of those leads will be qualified.

The process of making sure your site is turning strangers into customers and visitors into contacts is called conversion rate optimization and it's something you should be doing on a regular basis.

Whether it’s signing up for a newsletter, downloading an application, making a purchase, or creating an account, these conversions are important if you want to turn sessions into sales.

Here are some of our top tips for getting started with conversion rate optimization:

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Improving Facebook Ad Performance Using Budget Optimization & Bidding Strategy

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 14, 2018 / by Amy Hayward posted in Facebook Ads, Social Media Management, Instagram, Social Media [fa icon="comment"] 0 Comments

If you’re using Facebook Ads you already know how much of a minefield the Ads Manager can be for the uninitiated. There are a lot of powerful features that go unnoticed by even the most experienced advertisers. Facebook Ads are highly effective, and can have incredibly high click through rates, but time and again it can be hard to know exactly how to refine your ads for performance without stopping an entire campaign and starting again fresh.

Here’s a closer look at what optimizing ad performance actually means in a Facebook Ad Account when it comes to bids, target costs, bid caps, and optimization. Let's fix your Facebook financials once and for all.

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