I am a growth marketing specialist from New Zealand and im passionate about growing businesses through creative and performance focused digital marketing. I insist on tracking everything, follow proven growth processes and I still love the thrill of getting a first conversion then optimising & scaling the campaigns for clients across a huge range of industries. This blog aims to help businesses improve the marketing they're doing and grow faster because of it. You can find me on LinkedIn here, find out how to hire me here or you can contact me here.
Of all the time and effort that is put into designing a website and using conversion rate optimisation to split test and improve it, not a lot of love goes into the thank you or success pages your visitors see after they have completed an action you want them to take and it’s a huge opportunity you should be taking advantage of.
Aussie Broadband were a small telco servicing rural Australia and providing ADSL + Wireless Internet.
With the nbn™ being rolled out across Australia to replace ADSL, Aussie Broadband utilised a third-party provider to sell nbn™ to it’s customers but over time, congestion within the network damaged their brand and the experience their customers were receiving.
This left Aussie Broadband with a choice: they could either continue as they were and struggle to provide the quality of service they wanted, or they could evolve and build a nationwide nbn™ network that could compete with the big 4 telcos. They chose the latter and to support this initiative they needed to increase recurring revenue significantly.
The following outlines how the combined marketing teams at Web Profits and Aussie Broadband worked together on a 12-month growth marketing campaign to rapidly grow the business – a campaign which I was Growth Lead on in collaboration with Matthew Kusi-Appauh at Aussie Broadband’s end.
Have you ever looked at your website analytics in real-time and watched as people entered the site? To your excitement, some of them filled out a form and converted into a lead. I have, and it’s awesome seeing the 5-6% of people that make it through your website funnel pop out the other end.
But what about the 94-95% of people who don’t convert? Most likely you’ve got a remarketing campaign setup which is bringing some of them back. But is there anything else you can do?
The answer is yes. And in this article, i’ll show you two ways to identify the visitors on your website who haven’t converted, and then what you can do with that data to take your B2B marketing to the next level.