SEO News You Can Use: How Salesforce Pardot Increased Leads by +29%, Conversions by +15%

Brandon George
Published Sep 09, 2019 by Brandon George in SEO News, SEO News You Can Use
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This should certainly get your attention: Salesforce recently made website optimization updates to Pardot.com that generated +29% more leads, +15% more conversions and +12% more traffic.

Those are very impressive increases for any website, but especially for a site that faces fierce keyword competition for organic rankings. Now, find out how Salesforce did it.

ClickZ.com does a great job of breaking down just how Pardot.com transformed its website through optimization. Pardot.com focuses on marketing automation and lead nurturing for the B2B sector under the Salesforce umbrella.

Pardot started its optimization by using self-analysis of what it was doing well and not so well, putting together actionable steps to start its updates. Pardot’s optimizations included elements of content that included telling a story, optimizing the length and content of its forms and using call-to-actions only where they made sense (careful not to overdo it).

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Written by Brandon George

Brandon George
Brandon George became the editor of SEOblog.com in 2019. He manages all of the website's content, editorial staff and guest contributors. Since February 2019, he's also served as the Digital Marketing Editor for Thrive Internet Marketing Agency. Previously, he spent 23 years as a professional journalist. He was a senior writer for The Dallas Morning News for 18 years, which included covering the Dallas Cowboys for eight seasons.

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