A common objective for a website is to convert an anonymous visitor to an engaged and active registered user. Download this paper for best practices in implementing online user registration and collecting data without sacrificing conversion rates.
Enabling people to register using an existing identity from Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo,
or other provider is one of the most powerful registration tools to emerge in the last
few years. Registering people through an established online identity not only
streamlines the registration process but also gives your business a head start on
building deeper relationships with them.
An online game such as Marks and Spencerís holiday Pass The Parcel campaign is in many ways, the worst case authentication scalability demand. The viral nature of the game generates massive numbers of registration and login events through both social providers and through username/password as eager players open presents and engage their friends to play. The game builds a huge audience of active players that remain active for the entire promotion while recruiting even more players, each of whom must register and then login to play, often multiple times per day.
Whether registering for downloads or e-newsletters, re-ordering or renewing, or telling their friends, customers who feel more confident to click, learn, and shop online, spend more.
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Published By: Infacta
Published Date: Jan 22, 2007
Online consumers demand relevance, so list builders must focus on building large, highly-relevant lists rather than just gathering a bunch of email addresses. In this article, the author will discuss list size, registration methods, data collection and permission requirements.
This paper covers establishing best practices in implementing user registration, and strategies for collecting more and better user data without sacrificing conversion rates. Topics include social login, progressive profiling, CAPTCHA, SSL, and more.