How Will You Optimize In 2017?

How Will You Optimize In 2017?

2017 is just around the corner, and that means a new year with a fresh batch of goals and milestones.

If you increased your website’s conversion rate by 10%, how would that affect your business’ overall growth this year? How would that accelerate your career or revolutionize your bottom line?

Now’s the time to get optimization efforts in motion, and we’re excited to hear about what you have planned for 2017. Leave us a comment and let us know what you’re up to!

In the meantime, here’s a quick recap of Conversion Sciences’ 10 most popular articles from 2016.

  1. 5 Elements of Persuasive Writing that Make Your Posts Takeoff

  2. 7 Best Practices for Using Exit-Intent Popovers, Popups

  3. 5 Tactics for Increasing Your Telephone Sales

  4. 12 Rules for Maximizing Conversions from AdWords

  5. 10 Value Proposition Upgrades That Increased Conversions

  6. AB Testing Statistics: An Intuitive Guide

  7. The 20 Most Recommended AB Testing Tools By CRO Experts

  8. Can Live Chat Increase Conversions?

  9. The Ultimate A/B Testing Guide: By Conversion Sciences

  10. The Proven AB Testing Framework Used By CRO Professionals

And of course, if you’d like to have a group of proven experts handle your CRO efforts in 2017, the Conversion Sciences team is here to help. Our calendar fills up fast this time of year, so don’t put it off.

Contact us right now to schedule a free consultation.


  • Ferdi

    I am starting a new job on january 2nd where I will finally be testing and analyzing full time. The ageny days are behind me! <3

    My main goal in 2017 is to learn new things. Both professionally and privately. Speaking of which: How would you start getting into satistics? (I obviosuly read your post listed above ;))

    • Hey Ferdi,

      That’s awesome! Congrats on the new job! When it comes to learning new information, do you learn better by reading articles or watching/listening to something explained via audio/video?

      • Ferdi

        Good question. I liked the video courses of hubspot, but the problem with content in this format is, that it might be easier to read in some situations. At work ie.

        On them other hand: I read _a lot_ during the week and seem to just remember very little.

        Do you think about putting together videos?