Web Strategy

Most recent blogs in the Web Strategy category

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

Cart abandonment? Who needs a cart! Recover lost revenue NOW.

Regular readers of the Wiliam blog will have noticed that cart abandonment has been a trending topic over the past 6 months, give or take. There's a good reason for this, and there's nothing I like better than a good yarn about how we've managed to turn around the fortunes of one of our awesome clients.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

Bits and bobs and Google Analytics

A few of us in the Production team recently shuffled our way through a Google Analytics short course. It was a great way to brush up on our knowledge as it had been a couple of years since I'd needed to dive into analytics, and a lot has changed in that time. Here are some useful snippets of knowledge that I thought were worth mentioning. Gone are the days where Google Analytics was just about hits and page loads, now I can't imagine a successful web project without it!

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

Content is still king, but localisation is the trump card

I was delighted this weekend past to receive an email from Houzz spruiking their new localised version of the site. Still all the same wonderful content from all over the world, but now with a dedicated local team and a .com.au domain. And immediately, I was impressed.

Natalie Ashes Team : Web Production Featured

The Today show has scared all the mums at home into using Paypal

All the mums are home at scared of PayPal because of this morning's Today Show's segment on "Stopping Scammers".

Maximillian Crawford-smith

Content Marketing

Will Content Marketing be the new SEO?

Josh Shardlow

The unstoppable rise of video content

It’s time to realise that if you’re not using video as a part of your online content strategy, your website is not realising its full conversion potential.

Matthew Bruce

It's nice to feel appreciated

A couple of months back I published a blog about cart abandonment technologies, and used 'Rejoiner' as a specific example that we had integrated for one of our major clients with tremendous, overnight success. Today I received a heart-felt thank you letter from the Rejoiner CEO himself. Chuffed!

Josh Shardlow

I 'heart' Hotjar

There's been a bit of buzz about in the Wiliam office about Hotjar. Here's why . . .

Josh Shardlow

User Research - the missing link

Analytics will only get you so far in truly understanding user behavior and perceptions.

Kathleen Shrimpton

What’s mine is yours

A simple change in wording from ‘Your’ to ‘My’ is emphasising to the user that this is for them.

Maximillian Crawford-smith

Customer insights, analytics and Micro UX

Today I intrinsically understood the concept of Micro UX.

Simon Miller

A website is a lot like a hamburger

A website has many layers, all important to the overall experience. The difference between an average website and a great website can be compared to the quality of a hamburger.

Kathleen Shrimpton

A/B Testing Financial Calculators

In this week’s Which Test Won we get to compare two different versions of a financial loan leads calculator.

Kathleen Shrimpton

How Much Can You Get for a £60m Website Re-Design?

B&Q just launched their new website re-design for £60m. So what are the stand out changes?

Josh Shardlow

Using Google Analytics Segments

Segmentation has the power to add extra insight to your Google Analytics reporting

Maximillian Crawford-smith

Analytics and Quick wins. Optimising your interface.

If budget constraints are prohibiting you from undergoing a complete overhaul of your website; achieving some quick wins through anaytics and optimisation can can really benefit the overall success of your website, and ultimately lead to increased traffic and conversion rates.

Josh Shardlow

Adwords or Analytics – which one is best for me?

Google Analytics and Google AdWords are designed to provide you with a complete picture of the customer journey but which one is best?

Kathleen Shrimpton

How to perfect your cart abandonment emails

In 2013 48.1% of cart abandonment emails were clicked on and from there, 33.3% of these users went on to purchase the product.

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