You’re a marketing manager for your company’s website, JesseJames.com, an online seller of books about American History. Google Analytics has shown that the exit rate on the checkout page is high. In a meeting with the developer team, you explained that this means the user experience is good up to the checkout page. Then, making the purchase becomes too too difficult for most users. You’ve recommended that they implement a one-click-to-buy option that uses information stored in the users account. Which type of user personalization is this known as?
- Using known user signals
- Delivering a relevant web page
- Static profile matching
- Using given information
According to Google data, 63% of mobile users expect to get information specific to their situation. Personalization has a proven impact on customer behavior and helps to improve marketing and business results.
When using personalization, it’s important to deliver relevant results using known signals and user-given information.
User-given information might include details that the user has saved to an account profile within your website. When users provide information about themselves, they expect that companies will deliver a relevant and more personalized experience.