Who is Rob Pitt?
A brief synopsisWhat I do. Who I've helped. What I love.
I'm Rob Pitt, I help large companies and small businesses make money.
I identify obstacles in their conversion funnels, onboardings, apps, and websites. I analyze, test and make designs backed by data that help businesses to improve their user experiences. I use conversion optimization and human behavior to create lift, engagement and satisfaction.
My work has earned me recognition and awards. Including, CashStar of the Month, L.L.Bean’s Best, best non-profit website design, and #1 Facebook page for acquisitions. I'm listed by my peers as one of the top 100 web designers to follow on twitter!
I’ve helped companies large and small. Including L.L.Bean, Nordstrom, Gap, Subway, Starbucks, Wal-Mart, CIEE and many more. My favorite thing to do though is to share what I learn and help others grow. I’ve gained an honest following of some amazing and talented people on Twitter including entrpreneurs, creative directors, growth hackers, the voice of Siri, and Barack Obama.
I started my design business when I was still in college with a full time side job. I taught myself how to program and design. My first portfolio site launched in 2001. I have since started several successful businesses and I am an entrepreneur at heart.
I curate and operate an online antique store. I recently launched a tea e-commerce site leveraging everything I know. Growth hacking an existing business is easy. I want the challenge of starting from nothing and testing my limits.
This isn’t the first time I’ve done something like this. I take what I know working for large retailers to help small business owners. I use email marketing, cro, seo and ux to more than double annual revenues.
I build my reputation through always learning, improving and being honest. I want to take what I know and expand it outside twitter. I already blog for CashStar on e-commerce best practices and now I am going to share with everyone. It won't matter your experience or skill in growing a business. I'm going to make it easy for everyone to understand the art of retail hacking.