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A brief presentation of Landing Page Optimization using examples.

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  • Associative content targeting (also called rule-based optimization or passive targeting). The page content is modified based on information obtained about the visitor's search criteria, geographic information of source traffic, or other known generic parameters can be used for explicit non-research-based consumer segmentation.Predictive content targeting (also called active targeting). The page content is adjusted by correlating any known information about the visitor (e.g., prior purchase behavior, personal demographic information, browsing patterns, etc.) to anticipate (desired) future actions based on predictive analytics.Consumer directed targeting (also called social targeting). The page content is created using the relevance of publicly available information through a mechanism based on reviews, ratings, tagging, referrals, etc.
  • Look at your site metrics, and evaluate each channel of traffic (e.g., PPC, email, SEO, etc.) Do channel mapping to see what text and images you are using (i.e., if a visitor clicks an ad, be sure you are using that copy on your landing pages) Determine how each channel is impacting your conversion or customer experience Use the landing page that best matches the motivations of customers arriving via that channel Do not send visitors from PPC, banners or emails directly to your home page Make sure to connect them to the most relevant page for higher conversions Analyze order history Know what your customers looked at or ordered previously Design or build pages that are more relevant to that history to enhance their next visit Analyze your metrics to see what customers are most likely to buy Look at what products the customer is looking for Deliver relevant solutions on your landing page Survey your customers, and ask them about their shopping experience Do not simply guess what the landing page should be Inquire with your customers to see if they were able to find what they were looking for

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    By Anurag Kumar
    Landing Page Optimization 
  • Landing page optimization  (LPO)
    Part of conversion optimization, also called Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)
    LPO aims to provide page content and appearance that makes the webpage more appealing to target audiences
    With goal of improving the percentage of visitors to the website that become sales leads and customers
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  • Example of Landing Page Optimization
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  • Example of Landing Page Optimization
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  • LPO based on targeting
    Associative content targeting 
    rule-based optimization or passive targeting
    Search, geographical information, generic parameters
    Explicit non-research based consumer segmentation
    Predictive content targeting 
    active targeting
    Prior purchase, demographic information, browsing pattern
    Consumer directed targeting 
    social targeting
    Reviews, rating, tagging, referrals
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  • Example of On-Site Behavioral Targeting
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    Before
    After
  • LPO based on experimentation
    Closed-ended experimentation
    Consumers are exposed to several variations of landing pages while their behavior is observed
    At the conclusion of the experiment, an optimal page is selected based on the outcome of the experiment
    Open-ended experimentation
    Similar to Closed-ended experimentation
    On-going
    Landing page is adjusted dynamically as the experiment results change
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  • Experimentation-based landing page optimization
    A/B Testing
    testing of more than one version of a web page
    usually uniquely created and stand alone
    Multivariate Testing
    Testing different modules/containers of a web page
    Experience Testing
    change the entire site experience of the visitor
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  • A/B Testing
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  • A/B Testing
    Pro's of doing A/B Testing:
    Cheapest way of doing testing since existing resources and tools are used
    Con's of doing A/B Testing:
    It is difficult to control all the external factors
    hard to discern correlations between elements being tested
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  • Multivariate Testing
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  • Multivariate Testing
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  • Multivariate Testing
    Existing Tools
    Free:
    Google Website Optimizer
    Paid:
    Offermatica, Optimost, and SiteSpect
    Pro's of doing Multivariate Testing:
    Application Service Provider (ASP) model
    Easy to implement
    It can be a continuous learning methodology
    Con's of doing Multivariate Testing:
    Need a clean pool of ideas that are sourced from known customer pain points or strategic business objectives.
    Website experiences for most sites are complex multi page affairs.
    Can only optimizing one page and cannot play a outsized role in final outcome, just the first step or two
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  • Experience Testing
    Existing Tools
    ATG, Blue Martini Software
    Pro's of doing Experience Testing:
    Ability to test on your customers in their native environment
    Five to ten times more powerful results than any other methodology
    Con's of doing Experience Testing:
    Need a website platform that supports experience testing
    It takes longer than the other two methodology
    It takes more brain power
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  • Marketing Experiments Conversion Sequence
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  • What is Motivation?
    When we refer to motivation (m), we are thinking of the following two components:
    The nature of or reason(s) for the customer’s demand for the product
    Why is the customer looking for the product or service?
    The magnitude of the customer’s demand for the product
    How intense is the customer’s desire for the product or service?
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  • 5 ways to gain insight on Motivation
    Look at site metrics, and evaluate each channel of traffic (e.g., PPC, email, SEO, etc.)
    Use the landing page that best matches the motivations of customers arriving via that channel
    Analyze order history
    Analyze your metrics to see what customers are most likely to buy
    Survey your customers, and ask them about their shopping experience
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  • What is a Value Proposition?
    Determining the (v) for your site requires the following:
    You must differentiate your offer from competitors’
    You may match a competitor on every dimension of value except one
    You need to excel at least one element of value
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  • 5 ways to improve Value Proposition
    Headlines
    make it clear why a customer should try your product or shop with you
    Copywriting
    analyze your content for potentially substantial conversion gains
    Images
    ensure they are communicating your value proposition; if not, remove them
    Design
    test layout, fonts, colors and aesthetics for location and effectiveness
    Button text
    include a clear value, as this is likely the last element a customer sees on a page
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  • What is Friction?
    A psychological resistance to a given element in the sales process
    Friction on a landing page can be broken down into length and difficulty of proceeding through the information
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  • Examples
    Length Example: A form with 23 fields to complete.
    To get more people to complete the process, only ask for the data you need. Quality over quantity.
    Difficulty Example: A landing page with three columns of information and no clear way to proceed.
    To make next steps clear, analyze the page layout to ensure it is easy to scan and absorb.
    A landing page is intended to be about one product, one offer or one action—one value proposition
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  • 5 ways to decrease unnecessary Friction
    Forms
    ask for the minimal amount of information, and use clear field labels
    Length
    display only enough detail to enable the customer to make a buying decision
    Distractions
    remove unnecessary navigation, secondary offers, banners, ads and promotions
    Content
    make it flow vertically down the page with cues (e.g., headings) not distractions
    Images
    use charts and graphics only where they communicate more effectively than text
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  • What is Incentive?
    an appealing element introduced to stimulate a desired action
    Example:
    Discount
    Bonus
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  • 3 ways to optimize incentives
    Look for high perceived value products that complement the primary product or service, for instance:
    Ink cartridges for printers (a few dollars invested but a retail value of $20-$30)
    Anything of value to your customers that you can get at a discounted price or rate
    Position them on the page where they are both in the primary eye path (e.g., sub-headlines) and in close proximity to the call to action (e.g., order forms, carts) right before they click
    Test, test, test to find the right incentive
    i.e., $5, $1 or free shipping
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  • What is Anxiety?
    Quality of service
    Will they deliver on their promise?
    Reliability of the product
    Is there a warranty if it breaks?
    Security
    Is it safe to use my credit card on this site?
    Price
    Competitiveness and cost/benefit
    Could I get it for less elsewhere?
    Is it worth it?
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  • 15 ways to help overcome anxiety
    External factors (what others say about you)
    Security seals (VeriSign)
    Credibility indicators (BBB, Trust-e, HACKERSAFE)
    Testimonials (categorized, sequenced and specific to cause of anxiety)
    Third-party ratings (PriceGrabber, Yahoo! Store)
    Internal factors (what you say about yourself)
    Copy
    Language (Spanish vs. English)
    Tone (match tone to buying decision)
    Personalization
    Signatures
    Images
    Colors and themes (matching look and feel of site to niche)
    Privacy policy
    Satisfaction guarantees
    About Us page
    Contact phone number (reassure that the company is legitimate, talk to an actual person)
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  • Four common issues with landing pages
    Too-much text 
    without any apparent order and layout
    Headline 
    that doesn’t tell what your product or service does
    or, in other words, tangential headline
    Call-to-Action
    Lack of a single prominent call-to-action 
    either there is none or there are too many
    Social Proof
    Lack of social proof or ROI proof
    who uses the service and what are the benefits
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  • Issue #1: Too much text
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  • Issue #2: Lack of descriptive headline
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  • Issue #3: Lack of a single prominent call-to-action
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  • Issue #4: Lack of social proof or ROI proof
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  • References
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    Wikipedia (Landing page optimization)
    SiteSpect (Resources)
    Omniture (Resources)