Worship celebrates raft of new client wins

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MD Nina Mack

Manchester-based eCommerce growth specialist Worship is celebrating a raft of new client wins at the end of a year of record growth and turnover. 

Worship was shortlisted in Prolific North’s Northern eCommerce Awards in the ‘Conversion Optimisation Agency of the Year’ category. 

New business wins this autumn are Skipton Building Society, Reuse Technology Group, Henchman, Boy London and Criminal Damage. 

Each client is seeking to increase website revenue by better understanding users and providing a better online experience.  

Nina Mack, Managing Director at Worship, said: “We specialise in improving user experiences and customer journeys. Our growth framework involves collecting and analysing data about user behavior and psychology, iterative testing and continuous learning and improvement. Simply put, the Worship framework grows website revenue.

“Our work with Corgi HomePlan increased conversion rates by an incredible 132%, which in real terms translated to an additional £750,000 in revenue over 12 months.”

The agency is currently looking to add a conversion focused digital designer to the team with to work in its Manchester city centre offices. 

Worship also works with North West based gift tree delivery company, Tree 2 My Door and online toy retailer Bargain Max.