In the ever-raging battle for higher conversion rates and better sales, it can be tempting to go straight to the more extravagant landing page make-overs. However, in many cases, simple tweaks of basic components can yield impressive lifts. Here’s a case study where tweaking 4 basic elements on a B2C landing page increased conversions by 99.4%.
4 years of research and over 250 A/B split tests have taught me a lot about website copywriting. One of the most important lessons is that friction kills conversion. The good news is that reducing friction is one of the most effective ways of increasing conversion. The bad news is that it can be difficult to spot sources of friction, if you don’t know what to look for.
In this article I’ll walk you through the four most common sources of friction related to website copy, and give you concrete tips for how to overcome them.
But first – What is friction?
I recently tested four different privacy policies on a sign-up form on the home page of a betting community. The results were quite surprising as the variations had drastically different impact on sign-ups – from an 18.70% drop in sign-ups to an increase of 19.47%.
In this article I’ll show all four variations, run you through the test data, and give you concrete takeaways.
If you need growth capital for your small business, you will want to make sure that you consider investors. Investors will be looking for a business that has optimal potential so that they are ensured to get a return on their investment. With that in mind, you will want to come up with a winning investment proposal.