Optimization Strategy

OPTIMIZATION STRATEGY

OPTIMIZATION STRATEGY

It's time to get strategic.
 
The interaction between businesses and their customers is very different today than it was just a few years ago. To stay at the forefront of this change, your business needs to evolve to meet current standards. Your customers demand it. Nobody understands that more than us, we’ve built successful optimization programs for organizations since 2007.
 
Building an effective optimization program goes well beyond just picking the right technology; it requires having the right technology and process for ideation and testing, adaption to current development processes, governance, etc. We know that not every company is the same, we’ve worked with leading companies in hospitality, financial, travel, retail, CPG, auto and other industries that have unique needs when it comes to the visitor experience. By listening to your goals and assessing your needs, we will build momentum for your program right out of the gate.
 
 
 
 

Opticon17 and the Power of Experimentation

Against the force of fierce modern competition for the next customer and market share, companies need an edge. However, that edge will not be apparent, nor will it present itself plainly in a Harvard case study. To find your edge, a process of experimentation will be key to deciphering what works in your favor and what does not. Each company’s path will be different, shaped by industry, line of business, size, and geography. Yet, in general, any experimentation program starts with an experimen...
By Tim Walker
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Tim Walker is Optimization Strategy Practice Lead at Stratigent

ANA Masters of Measurement Recap

The Association of National Advertisers holds several conferences over the year focused on issues marketers in the US face across the advertising industry. Recently, they held the ANA Masters of Measurement conference which honed in on measurement and the idea that better measurement can help marketers make better business decisions and, as a result, add billions of dollars to the bottom lines of the marketing ecosystem. Their conference maxim of “what gets measured is what gets done" bea...
By David Dobes
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David Dobes is a Solutions Consultant, North America at Stratigent.

How Cloud Computing can Elevate Analytics

  Big data analytics has been around for a while and its worth has widely been accepted. Yet, companies still struggle with maintaining their data, storing it, and then actually using it.  When large amounts of data are being processed at high speeds, companies need a solution to help leverage their data. One solution is cloud computing, which gives organizations the ability to consolidate data across all of their channels and sources at a grand scale.   So what exactly...
By Akshay Ahluwalia
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Akshay Ahluwalia is an Analyst at Stratigent.

3 Steps to Optimization this Holiday Season

  It may seem too soon to be discussing the holidays, but we all know what’s looming on the horizon in a few months. Last November, I wrote a newsletter to explain how Tag Management was your gateway to avoiding the holiday code freeze (read it HERE). I want to revisit that topic this month since it ties nicely with a webinar I am presenting with Maxymiser on August 5th (you can still sign up HERE!) and provide a few steps you can take to ensure you get the most ROI out of your dig...
By Bill Bruno
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Bill Bruno is the CEO - North America, Ebiquity.

A Crash Course for Tealeaf Starters

If someone was to ask you why a particular visitor abandoned a process on your site or why a large number of visitors to a page did not complete a goal, would you be able to answer? Would your IT team know, your customer service team? Probably not, uncovering a definitive answer into a customers online experience is usually very difficult. Due to the historic lack of a consistent platform to uncover and address customer problems, teams across varying departments such as IT, business groups, a...
By Akshay Ahluwalia
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Akshay Ahluwalia is an Analyst at Stratigent.

Opticon 2015: An A/B Testing Recap

  Being the Solutions Consultant for Stratigent I have had the privilege of attending many conferences. So, on the plane ride back from California last week I was trying to figure out how to recap the latest conference, Opticon 2015 by Optimizely. Since this was a conference focused on optimization, why not make the recap like an A/B test (of sorts)? Click on the button below to read the recap you are initially drawn to - I will post the results in the comments section after next week!...
By David Dobes
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David Dobes is a Solutions Consultant, North America at Stratigent.

Testing & Optimization: Ingredients for a Successful Site

Testing is an important ingredient in the recipe of a successful web site. If a site becomes stale or needs a burst of flavor to reach a wider audience with a more discerning palate, testing allows for making changes on the fly that can lead to a much larger impact.   However, with so many different aspects of your site you can test, a well-designed testing plan is needed to ensure you truly understand the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of the test results. To help you cook up a good p...
By Jeremy Banks
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Jeremy Banks is the Quality Assurance Practice Lead at Stratigent.

Utilizing Tag Management for Personalization

With marketing technologies becoming more advanced, it is now easier than ever for businesses to discover and preserve information about a customer's behavior, interests and needs. The next step is for businesses to use that information to deliver higher quality, personalized experiences. However, many organizations still struggle with gaps in the technology infrastructure.    Although there is no argument that the advancements in MarTech have been profound in recent years,...
By Yin Yu
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Yin Yu is a Senior Analyst at Stratigent.

Updating your Website, from Optimization to Personalization

  Your brand website is the virtual face of your company and the experience it provides affects the behavior of your visitors, your potential customers. Because of this, it is important to continually change and evolve your site to keep up with your visitors - their needs and wants are continually changing and so should your site. If you have ever noticed visitor volume slipping or usage of certain aspects of your site dwindling, then perhaps it is time (or past time) to think about...
By Jeremy Banks
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Jeremy Banks is the Quality Assurance Practice Lead at Stratigent.

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