The Conversion Blog

Meticulosity Shines on Clutch!

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 06, 2018 / by Tanya Wigmore posted in Magento, Website Development, Agency, Awards

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Our name says it all. Meticulosity has a keen eye for detail — for diligently learning about what matters most to our clients, translating our ideas into designs, and optimized websites with custom Magento web development, which we then leverage to increase traffic and sales. The holistic design, development, and marketing solutions offered by our team always prioritize our clients and communities, and due to this service-based approach for our partners, we’ve been featured on Clutch for our efforts and excellence.

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We’re a Global Leader in Magento Development

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 22, 2017 / by Amy Hayward posted in Magento, Growth-Driven Development, Website Development

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We’ve been recognized as a global leader in Magento development by the Clutch Global Leaders 2017 list. We’re honored! Clutch is an excellent site to help you shortlist which agency is right for your business, and we are honored to be listed as one of the top 15 Magento developers in the world.

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Three Simple Changes to Boost Your Conversion Today

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 10, 2017 / by Amy Hayward posted in Ecommerce, Website Development

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Website traffic is an important driver of your ecommerce business and for building brand awareness. But if you’re getting traffic but simply not converting enough of your audience into customers you're missing valuable trade. There are a whole host of tried and tested strategies that can help boost your conversion and (ultimately) increase sales.

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Growth-Driven Development

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 27, 2017 / by Tanya Wigmore posted in Growth-Driven Design, Inbound Marketing, Growth-Driven Development, Website Development

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Most engagements with a web development company are structured in one of two ways; one-off products such as site launches and platform migrations, or as development retailers to apply patches, fix things that are broken, and to provide reactive assistance on development tasks. But there is a better way...

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