I’ve worked for marketing / conversion agencies in London (UK), Toronto (CAD) and Melbourne (AUS) working on e-commerce, lead generation and university websites based in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and in Europe so I have very good understanding of many different markets and businesses. (A/B testing, MVT Testing, PPC Landing Pages, Email Optimization, Site Personalization, Weekly & Monthly Analytics Reports).
My Success Rate+
My success rate is 70%, i.e. 7 out of 10 tests are winning and my average conversion improvement is 19%. This was one of our measured metrics, while working for a conversion agency in Melbourne as a Senior Conversion Specialist between 2015 – 2016 (over 14 months) and is fully verifiable.
Agencies I’ve Worked For+
Monitoring employees at work it's important because it can be a tool for improving your employee's productivity and relationships. And, monitoring employees outside of work is just as valuable as those inside.
When a company implements a health and wellness program, the goal is to improve employee health and wellness without requiring them to sacrifice their personal and work lives. This can be accomplished in many ways, including monitoring their exercise and wellness progress.
It's not all just about monitoring health and fitness, it's also about using it to your advantage in business. You may need a wifi extender for gaming
and business to improve your customer services.
We are about to explore how tracking your employees and tracking their progress can lead to great workplace collaboration.
Innovation is an integral part of keeping the workplace fresh. It's a continuous process of constantly re-inventing and improving your company and helping your employees grow and thrive, so knowing what your employees are doing is important for this, so know that you can monitor users internet activity
if you have a lot of remote staff so this makes it really easy to keep track of what they are all doing, and how to improve this.
While innovation is all about growing your own company, it's also an exciting part of finding new ways to use your company's technology, such as monitoring productivity and performance, and creating opportunities for growth and innovation.
Innovating with the people You've got your people. How do you know they're up to the job? How can you be sure that your employees are the best, most productive, and most committed? Well, you know you have a great team. And, yes, you've got their best interest in mind and are doing everything you can to maintain it. You've got their best interests in mind, but how do you know that the people you have are capable of taking that responsibility? Well, you know they're good. You've seen them up close, and if you asked me what I'd do if I were going to replace my team today, I'd do some things differently. How do you know? Maybe you haven't. Maybe you have no one to replace them. But you know what you want to do. And you know you have to do something. Well, there are some tools that help you do that.
The first, and the easiest to see and use is confidence. Most of the time, it's hard to get people to want to do what you want to do. Your job is to get them to want to do what you want to do. Getting people to want to do something is a big deal. Think about how many times you have had people do exactly what you've said. In a team meeting, it's normal to have people talking about why the thing you're doing is bad, or how you're doing it is bad, or how your team doesn't understand it. But usually, you're just there to work. That's ok. The point is that people know you're there to do work, so when you come to them, they're used to hearing about it. Your job is to give people a chance to do what you want them to do. To get people to want to do what you want them to do, you have to make it easy. And one of the easiest things to do is to say, "I don't know."
In my experience, most people want to work on the most interesting, exciting things. People who aren't the most excited, interesting, and exciting people want to work with the most exciting, exciting people.
Why Others Hired Me+
- Generally, to improve sales conversion on their websites. I’m being contacted either directly by website owners, or provide my services to other marketing agencies in UK/Australia/Canada for their clients.
- or, if clients need a web marketing analyst (weekly & monthly reports with recommendations leading to sales improvements of their sites)
More Success Stories+
- increased the number of demo downloads by 19.66% – pop up vs. no pop up
- increased checkout conversion by 13.39%, which equals an increase in revenue by $62,000 monthly or over by $744,000 annually.
- email test – plain vs. html – revenue increased by 308.08%.
- email test – testing recommended best practice – visits increased by 94.63%, and revenue by 94.42%. We run this type of test on 3 different sites, and in all cases we increased the conversion.
- newsletter signups increased by over 13,000%.
- site-wide conversion improved by up to 252% and site revenue by 235% (from $32,000 to $108,000 per month.