Do you want to learn CRO?
CRO is a huge field, it can be difficult to know where to start 🤔
My free workbook will help you create your own plan for CRO success by showing you how other companies have done it successfully and what went wrong with their strategy to learn from their mistakes. The book is free, as I believe knowledge should be shared! The book has already helped several companies.
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An introduction to the world of CRO, UX and User Experience Design. 👏
In this video, you will learn what CRO is all about, how it can help increase your conversion rates on your website or app. You will also learn what UX is all about – the importance of making sure people are happy with their experiences with your product. And finally, you will get a sneak peek at my new book “How to Start with CRO: The Workbook,” which teaches you everything you need to know about designing products that users love!
Have you been looking for a way to improve your website?
The first step is understanding what CRO is. It stands for conversion rate optimization and it’s the process of improving your website or app so that more people will take a desired action. You can use any number of methods, but they all have one thing in common – they require patience and consistency. That means no quick fixes here! But if you’re willing to put in the time, we promise you won’t regret it.
I know this may sound like significant work, but don’t worry – we’ve got your back with our handy guidebook on how to start with CRO! This book will give you everything you need from start to finish, including examples of excellent practices and bad ones, so that if you are done reading this book, you have nothing left to figure out yourself. All that’s left is for YOU to TAKE ACTION! Just fill in your email to get started!
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Alexander is a 26 years old Senior User Experience designer specialized in Customer Experience and Conversion Rate Optimization. He loves problem-solving, and as we all know, UX design is a process of solving problems. He likes to think of himself as a Design Detective, getting to the root cause of why people have certain feelings about your product. It’s not just what you do; it’s also what you don’t do.
As an 11-year-old, Alexander already started programming his own websites and programs for the PC game The Sims. Working closely with Electronic Arts, he learned an incredible amount in development, design, marketing, and his website being the largest The Sims website in Norway.
As a skilled entrepreneur, Alexander has used his creativity and problem-solving skills in designing several products, both physical and digital. In the past few years alone, he has started a few companies, including an online store for home decor along with complex solutions for larger ERP markets – all of which have allowed him to develop strong business acumen that can be applied across various industries. Whether it’s creating brands or working on design projects from start to finish using new technologies like AR, you’ll find Alexander’s professional approach is always endearing and compelling.