Bre Battista was born and raised in Maine, and after having one too many blizzards she decided to venture off to South Carolina for college. She graduated from Coastal Carolina University in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing. As much as she loved South Carolina, she decided to take the heat up a notch and moved all the way to Austin, Texas to start her career.
She began her marketing career as an Account Manager for a company that focuses on website design, paid search, and enhancing search engine optimization for attorneys across the country. She found a love in working with clients and their marketing strategies. She enjoys helping them grow their livelihoods to their fullest potential while giving them personalized care along the way.
In her spare time, Bre loves to cheer on her favorite teams the Saints and the Mets.
Conversion tip: Don’t be discouraged with a decrease in conversions, and look at the bigger picture. Even though seeing an increase in conversions can give you a sense of relief, don’t forget to look at your revenue. Sometimes lower conversions are resulting in higher revenue. For example, you might see a decrease in the amount of people visiting your site but that could mean you are getting higher quality leads that are purchasing your products.