How To Prioritize Your Next Conversion Optimization Project

September 12, 2016 Mike Lieberman, Chief Inbound Scientist

Conversion optimization requires a different approach than the other phases of inbound marketing. For conversion optimization to work as designed, you need to have a team that is intimate with your key performance metrics. You need a team that has access to all resources required to make any change, at any time, in any area of the engagement tactics, and you need a structure that allows the team to estimate and prioritize the time required to deliver the adjustments.

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