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    INFOGRAPHIC: Landing Page Optimization INFOGRAPHIC: Landing Page Optimization Infographic Transcript

    • LANDING PAGE VS. OPTIMIZATION What You Should Be Testing and Why WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO TEST YOUR LANDING PAGES? The landing page is the stage in the campaign funnel most vulnerable to abandonment Time you have to capture your landing page visitors’ attention â TO ENSURE YOU ARE GETTING THE MAXIMUM RETURN ON YOUR MARKETING INVESTMENT 72 % â THE MORE YOU TEST AND OPTIMIZE, THE BETTER YOUR CONVERSION RATES WILL BE Percent of marketers who are not testing landing pages, who also failed to measure any meaningful ROI from landing page optimization efforts * Marketers who allocate more of their budgets to optimization tend to have more success with conversion.** Marketers who see conversion rates >5% Optimization is 400× 33 % more likely to show a positive impact on P&L VS. Marketers who test 12 % Marketers who do NOT test** METHODS OF LANDING PAGE TESTING â A/B Testing â Tests one whole page against another, with one distinct change to a single element between the two, i.e. a different headline. Multivariate Testing Tests multiple elements on a page against each other in different combinations, i.e. different headlines AND different buttons. VS. WHAT LANDING PAGE ELEMENTS SHOULD YOU TEST? PAGE LAYOUT Make sure your landing pages do not include any other distractions that take people away from the central call-to-action, such as additional navigation or social media buttons. HEADLINE COPY Appeal to your audience’s need to know “What’s In It For Me” (WIIFM) by writing benefits-driven headlines. LOGO CALLS-TO-ACTION Headline Use simple, direct language in your callsto-action and try testing different words (such as “Register” vs. “Sign up”). CTA subheadline Name FORM LAYOUT Email VISUAL MEDIA Try testing video against a static image to see which one gets a better conversion rate. The fewer fields in your forms, the lower the barrier to entry – and the higher your conversion rate. Try utilizing techniques like progressive profiling to attain prospect information over time. CONVERT BODY COPY Write in the second person, using “you” and “your”, rather than “we” and “us”. Use actionlanguage that focuses on benefits. BUTTON DESIGN PAGE LENGTH A general best practice is to keep your most important content, including your call-to-action and form, above the fold. However, with this in mind, you can also try testing long-form versus short-form (if your copy is compelling enough to warrant additional scrolling). Don’t be afraid of white space! Give your buttons room to stand out from the other content on the page by allowing for some negative space around it. MOST IMPACTFUL LANDING PAGE ELEMENTS TO TEST* Headline Copy Calls-to-Action Form Layout Body Copy Page Layout *MarketingSherpa 2012 Website Optimization Benchmark Report **Adobe 2013 Digital Marketing Optimization Survey To request a quote, call 800.939.5938 x1 or visit search-mojo.com/sales. ©2013, All information in this document is the property of Search Mojo.