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is the Neuroscience of Decision Making. But, all you need to know is that it works!
Where visitors click first, and understanding why, tells us more than hours of focus groups.
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Data accumulation and analysis begins with creating the right types of testing mechanisms that produce actionable data.
Although the secret sauce for overcoming drop off is not universal, the approach for fixing these issues comes down to understanding what users expectations are when they arrive on a particular landing page and where they typically fall off. From there, we begin a process of experimentation and testing that will improve results.
Almost everyone now expects that there is a price to pay at the end of a free trial. However, imagine if you could have saved 50% by buying without the trial period. A lot of factors play a role in coming up with appropriate pricing, and each incremental increase or decrease can make or break any CRO strategy. Every market and customer type is different and your approach may need to fluctuate radically.
A/B testing for pricing and correlated offers is an absolute must in finding the euphoric nexus between your profit and your customer’s perceived value of the purchased product. Permutations of the page offers need to be exactly the same, with the only difference being the price. Things can get really fun when talking about customers purchasing more than one item at a time, but don’t worry we’ll help you through it.
In most cases your differentiators are the features of your product or service, but how these details are represented on the page can exponentially impact the perceived value of that feature. Even if a particular feature is beyond what the user is interested in, it still plays a part in their willingness to pay, and the perceived value of that offer goes up and up.
People, in general, want to feel like they are part of something that is not open to others that are not “in the know.” Messaging of inclusion spans numerous topics, such as access to publications/white papers, invitations to events or trainings. Anyway, you get the idea, we just want to feel like we are included, regardless of what the offer may be, it’s a human characteristic that reinforces action as a reflex.
The data visualization explosion has happened for several reasons, but possibly the most important reason is its ability to communicate as quickly and as effectively as a photograph does. The strange nuance or asset of displaying data in beautifully sophisticated ways is that it is almost always believed on face value. Data, such as sales numbers, embodies almost all the techniques discussed on this page in one strategy, and the good news is, it’s one of the easiest to produce.
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