Analyses and insights
Customer insight as the cornerstone of modern marketing and business development
Understanding your customers’ actions and behaviour in digital channels can support your development in other channels as well. Getting the best results and insights often requires a combination of various data sources and analysis methods, such as web analytics, social media analytics, search engine behaviour data, online user surveys, heuristic usability estimates and/or clickmap and heatmap tools.
Website user data also provides a valuable foundation for customer segmentation, understanding customer paths, or the development of content marketing. User data from digital channels can be enriched by combining it with CRM data, brick-and-mortar sales data or other third-party data, giving even more comprehensive insight into your customer base.
We can help you with questions such as:
- Why are my online shop customers abandoning their purchases? Why are visitors browsing product pages but not making purchases?
- What do website visitors do in our brick-and-mortar stores?
- Why are users leaving a campaign’s landing page immediately?
- What customer segments can we identify on our website?
- What are the most typical user paths leading to conversion?
Current state analysis
Current state analysis uses various data sources and points of view to study how a website functions from the perspective of the user or a specific user persona
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Where does the site do well, and where is it less successful? A current state analysis is frequently used as the basis for conversion rate optimisation and an A/B testing roadmap.
Bottleneck analysis focuses specifically on the functionality of each step in the site's principal conversion or purchase funnel. What works in the funnel, and where do users drop out of the funnel and leave the site? Why?
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Pullonkaula-analyysissa hyödynnetään tavallisesti web-analytiikan rinnalla esimerkiksi heatmap- ja clickmap -työkaluja, ja joskus myös funnelin kesken jättäville suunnattuja kävijäkyselyitä.
Customer segmentation can help you define different customer categories so that you can address relevant messages to them, design appropriate content, and develop your service and offering to better meet their needs.
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Customer segmentation will answer these questions:
- Who visit your site and what are its most typical visitor segments?
- What content do random visitors view, and what are your most loyal customers doing on the website?
- Do the website's visitor segments correspond to your business and marketing segmentation?
Shopping basket analysis
Shopping basket analysis helps you understand what products, services or product categories are typically purchased together. Shopping baskets can be studied at the level of individual transactions, i.e. what customers typically buy in one purchase.
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Customer path analysis
Customer path analysis helps you gain more in-depth insights into various paths leading to conversion or purchase, as well as into the conversion impact of the traffic sources, marketing measures or content involved in the path. These insights are essential for the development and optimisation of marketing.
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Customer path analysis can answer the following questions:
- What pages and content on your site are accessed more often than others on visits that lead to conversion?
- What roles do product pages, blog content or product reviews have in conversion?
- What are the roles of the various traffic sources on the conversion path?
- What are your most typical conversion paths actually like?
Online brand analysis
Your customers can tell you a lot about your brand. But these important stories and messages often remain unheard, and the valuable data unused. We can help you hear what your customers have to say!
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Online customer surveys
Online customer surveys increase your understanding of who your site’s visitors are, why they came and whether or not they found what they were looking for. Surveys often collect general feedback on your site's user experience and gather suggestions for improvements from users.
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However, an online survey can also be focused on groups such as customers who drop out of the purchase funnel or perform a certain action / make a purchase to provide information on reasons for interrupting purchases or shed light on factors that influence purchase decisions.
Attribution modelling is used to identify and rank the roles that different channels in the purchase path play in purchases or conversion.
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In practice, attribution modelling seeks to find out what ads or content users have seen or clicked on their purchase path and how various marketing measures have influenced their purchase decisions.