Why do people leave your website? The answer lies with your 'Undecided Explorers'!

October 18, 2018 by Louis Grenier
When you set out to improve conversion rates, where do you focus your attention? Do you obsess over the visitors who leave your website without buying?

How to set up an e-commerce post-purchase survey in 7 steps

September 6, 2018 by David Peralta
Implementing a survey right after your customers make a purchase is an easy, non-intrusive way to help you boost your e-commerce sales. You get to learn directly from your customers how to improve the buying experience and overcome potential objections. In fact, it’s so valuable and simple to create that we recommend all our e-commerce customers create this survey before any other. That’s why we’ve put together this quick guide: to help you create a simple, post-purchase survey in just a few minutes.

3 lessons from Bill Macaitis on building a customer-centric culture

August 3, 2018 by Fio Dossetto
At Hotjar we don’t want to be just another company who claims they are ‘customer-centric’ without putting in any of the (hard) work required.

How to succeed with customer-centric marketing in 4 key lessons

July 18, 2018 by Louis Grenier
In the world of marketing, there is no shortage of approaches and strategies. One such method is called customer-centric marketing. We were fortunate enough to interview Bill Macaitis, a marketing leader who served Salesforce, Zendesk, and Slack, about this approach, and learn exactly how customer-centric marketing has helped him—and can help you—grow these companies. 

3 reasons why customers leave Hotjar (and how we found out)

June 13, 2018 by Louis Grenier
On average, for every 100$ of Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) being newly generated on a given day, $32 is lost one year after (which means we’re left with $68 of MRR).

4 lessons Rand Fishkin learned from building a $45M software company

May 30, 2018 by Louis Grenier
Rand Fishkin found success by transforming his mother’s small business marketing firm into a $45M+ marketing software company. Over the course of 11 years, he helped to design and launch a multitude of software products and made his fair share of mistakes along the way. Lucky for you, Rand is an open book. Here are four lessons he learned building a $45M software company, based on a conversation we had with Rand Fishkin on Hotjar’s podcast 'The Humans Strike Back'.

Why we decided to trash our content strategy & gamble on a purpose-driven podcast

April 18, 2018 by Louis Grenier
In this post, I want to let you in on the entire process that went into developing ‘The Humans Strike Back’ by Hotjar; a podcast, a website, and a community about helping each other succeed as individuals, as employees, and as business owners by putting people first. It’s been a winding road, but hopefully, in seeing how this idea developed, you’ll gain insight into how to create your own purpose-driven marketing campaign that not only shines a spotlight on your company, but makes the world a better place for humans to live. Some of this may sound familiar, if you’ve signed up for our emails, but here I go into even greater depth and share the whole story of our journey to get back to being human.

The Humans Strike Back: why it’s time to put people first - in tech, in marketing, in everything

April 3, 2018 by Louis Grenier
I was hired by Hotjar last year to lead content, which I thought meant the blog, but it didn’t. Our CEO, David Darmanin, had a much wider scope in mind. It just took me a while to figure that out. Once I did, the idea to launch a podcast began to evolve (the evolution of which we’ll cover in our next post, because it’s an interesting story of trial, error and a picture of a light-saber wielding Rand Fishkin).

How 400+ beta readers helped us write our best content (PS: you can do the same)

December 20, 2017 by Fio Dossetto
For decades, software developers have been using beta testers to get feedback on products ahead of their official release. For centuries before them, novelists and literary writers used beta readers to get opinions on late drafts before preparing manuscripts for publication. At Hotjar, we are not new to using beta testers for our software, but we only recently decided to learn a lesson from literature and apply a beta reader approach to our content.  

Death by 'best practices': why they can kill your business

October 11, 2017 by Louis Grenier
It was my first job in digital marketing and I wanted to make an impression as quickly as possible. I was working for a SaaS company in Dublin and one of my objectives was to increase the conversion rate from visitors to paid customers. I really had no clue where to start.
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