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With the CRO-Tool blog, you will improve your CRO skills and A/B test results by learning more about psychology. This blog will have a wide range of blog posts all aimed at CRO.

Survey questions you should ask your visitors / customers

Posted on Aug 14, 2020

Make sure you're using short surveys, visitors are more likely to answer them which means more data in a shorter amount of time.

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Boost web performance with Service Workers

Posted on Aug 5, 2020

If you're looking to improve the performance of your website and you haven't tried service workers yet, you should. Adding them gives you a big boost in web performance. Read here how I did it and let me show you how you can too.

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Technical SEO: Improving your page loads with properly sized images

Posted on Jun 24, 2020

What is an easy way to speed up your page loads? Serving your images in the proper size is one of the things you can do. But, there's more. Find out what you can do to reduce the loading times for your pages with 1 simple trick.

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The variables and correlations within the CRO process

Posted on Jun 23, 2020

CRO (Conversion Rate Optimization) starts with data! But how do you gather it and what do you do with it? Read this post to find out more about using data with CRO.

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Technical SEO: How to add structured data to your website

Posted on Mar 23, 2020

SEO is very important to help people to find your website. To help Google understand the content of your website you can use Structured data to provide more context about your website and individual pages. In this post we go over how you can implement this in your website.

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The impact of COVID-19 on CRO

Posted on Mar 14, 2020

The corona virus has an increasingly visible impact on e-commerce especially when you're dealing with something like plane tickets. This post is about how the Corona virus is impacting CRO and what measures you can take to deal with this situation.

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