Recent Launch Of Split Test Monkey Claims To Improve Conversions, As Complete Walk-Through And Bonus Package Released By HanifQ

The recent launch of the Split Test Monkey tool claims to improve conversions through simple split tests, creating reviews from users and marketers alike. Facebook announces new tools that can further help marketers improve conversions.

The recent launch of Split Test Monkey aims to provide a new solution for novice internet marketers to run conversion optimizing split tests effortlessly. The claims being made by the creators of this tool is a source of controversy among internet marketing review experts, as they discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of this tool.

Emarketer Hanif Quentino has published a walk-through and bonus guide for Split Test Monkey, which can be seen on his review site:

HanifQ has prepared the Split Test Monkey review because of his experience with conversion rate optimization and running split tests on landing pages. He suggests that internet marketers also utilize all of Facebook's recently updated tools to improve their conversions further.

Facebook has introduced several new tools for local marketing, to improve discoverability and help with commerce. The new tools, including call to action buttons that link up with third parties, will help marketers to make their pages more actionable, and improve marketing for both businesses and consumers.

Facebook wants to make itself the mobile solution for local business owners. It sees itself as being a powerful platform for consumers, and it has put a lot of effort into things like the marketplace and events apps. This week, it added even more tools for business owners and consumers, including local event tools, the ability for Pages to allow booking and ordering, and social recommendation tools.

The new online food ordering tool, and the ability to buy tickets or book an appointment through a page using a call to action button marks a huge step forward for Facebook as an ecosystem. Using these features, buyers will b able to book tickets through services such as Ticketmaster and Eventbrite, request quotes through TalkLocal or Porch, and book appointments with tools such as BookingBug, Front Desk, Setster and other similar services.

There is also the option to have the booking request go to a Messenger interaction, which the business owner could then bot, if they wished. At the moment, however, most businesses would need to hook their pages up to one of the third party services to fully take advantage of the features.

The events system has been improved, and the new Events app is widely considered to be a much better tool, integrating with the existing events calendar. When combined, these announcements will make Facebook a more useful, utilitarian option for marketers and shoppers alike, and is a big step towards Facebook becoming a one-stop shop for consumers.

Mr Quentino's complete Split Test Monkey review, along with bonus strategies and software, can be viewed here:

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