You get the highest conversion rates from landing pages that concentrate on convincing visitors to do just one thing. Offer visitors too many choices and they bounce.
But what if there are two equally good things your visitor could do?
This happened recently with a client of mine...
Most of the her visitors are on mobile phones. Often they Google for her service right after getting bad news. They're looking for a fix in a hurry.
Mobile phone + in a hurry suggest that offering a click-to-call button is right for her site.
But, it's not always a good time to call. Some visitors are on computers and others prefer the relative anonymity of first contact via a form. That swings the balance towards a contact form.
We decided that we needed both: a click-to-call button and a contact form.
The landing page template makes the contact form stand out. There are also contact us buttons elsewhere in the landing page text that take the visitor back to the form. We're telling visitors exactly what we want them to do.
I wanted to offer click-to-call buttons without competing with the form. I won't link to her site but here's a screenshot from the demonstration lead generation site.
Here's the part where I should be telling you that adding the click-to-call button produced a 17.23% increase in page conversions. Truth is it's too early to tell if it's working or not. I'll let you know when that changes.
I've put up a demonstration page with click-to-call buttons here if you'd like to see it in real life.
I’ve seen conversion rates double, triple and even 10X after a few quick and easy changes to the enquiry form.
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Amy Hoy wrote a brilliant article titled 6 Critical Mistakes You're Making with Your Landing Page. She makes a really interesting observation which resonated with me: Landing page design is actually a usability exercise.
Don't make it difficult for your customers to contact you. Businesses with the smoothest processes will attract (and keep) the best customers.
Here’s a quick tip for improving landing page speed. As you know, nobody likes a slow website. Load speed is strongly correlated with the conversion rate: Fast website = more leads.
Improving page speed helps improve landing page experience. Google's guidance is broad, not specific. That makes it hard to know what to do. Google does provide one specific set of instructions, following these will improve landing page experience and boost conversion rates.
Here's a small tweak to the contact form on your website that'll make it easier for people to complete it. Adding autocomplete to your form fields is one of those 1% kaizen improvements. They all add up.
You get the highest conversion rates from landing pages that concentrate on convincing visitors to do just one thing. Offer visitors too many choices and they bounce. But what if there are two equally good things your visitor could do?
Read on to learn how your website could be sabotaging your advertising. And, what you can do to get more leads from your the clicks you've already paid for.
The number of website enquiries you get is going to fall off a cliff after 24th of October if your website doesn't use HTTPS. After the 24th of October 2017, Google Chrome will warn people that web pages with forms are insecure unless they’re served over HTTPS. Here's how to fix this.