User Experience (UX) is all about making sure your website meets your users’ expectations and delivers a positive experience. Poor UX can have an impact on your website’s conversion rate.
A site with good UX tends to have good user engagement, a low bounce rate and a high time on page. It will also promote relevant user journeys across the site, ending up with the user taking the desired action.
If a site doesn’t have these things, conversion rate optimisation (CRO) work can help to improve it.
At Loom, we know the importance of good UX. We also know how to carry out thoughful CRO processes to improve it. By considering your conversion points, audience journeys, navigation, call to actions and the buttons across your site, you can help your users to easily complete the conversion actions you want them to.
A positive web experience is the basis of a long and beneficial relationship between you and your customers. When users enjoy their time on your website, it develops trust between you, making it easier to communicate your expertise with your audience without distraction.
Ultimately, the conversions on your website can increase dramatically when UX is carefully considered in the web design and improved.
At Loom, we analyse your UX data and monitor the user flow throughout your site. We make sure that there are no obstacles, and when we find them, we make recommendations around how to fix them. The aim is to make sure that your users get the information they need and can easily take the desired steps on your website – essentially resulting in a conversion.
Aside from conversion rates, UX is also vital to your site’s SEO. In fact, UX is one of our 4 pillars of SEO. If Google senses that your landing page doesn’t match a user query (for example by noticing that users bounce quickly) then your site will stop being returned for that query.
In a nutshell, whatever’s good for a user is good for search engines, too. Site speed, navigation, accessibility, and a clear user journey is vitally important to the searchability success of your website.
Aside from conversion rate, this is another reason to have your website’s UX components deeply considered, such as well mapped keywords and well-researched intent targeted.
UX and CRO impacts all the channels we manage at Loom. We drive so much high-quality traffic to websites, it would be negligible for us to ignore it. That’s why all our digital marketing strategies use data to inform website improvements – so we can help you get a higher ROI from the traffic we’re generating for you.
Our expert team will help you identify what your site should aim to achieve in terms of conversions. Once we have that in mind, we’ll analyse your website data, identify sticking points and make suggestions on how you can improve your website’s performance to meet your desired goals.
We work collaboratively with partner agencies such as web designers, developers and UX agencies so your users can enjoy using your site and take the actions that you want them to.