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If you work in online marketing, you know how important testing is.

If you’ve read the Wishpond blog before you’ve had this message drilled in here, here and here (plus a lot more.) You get it, it’s important to test.

What you don’t know is what you should be testing. Sure, you’ve seen one or two case studies that say changing one word on your CTA can increase conversions by 76%. But what if that doesn’t even apply to you?

You’re in luck. What I have here are 50 split test case studies. I’ve shown the main points and how these individuals or companies got great results.

Now, no two websites or contests or buttons are the same but try these out - test (Wishpond has some great A/B testing tools) - and see if you can get similar results (hopefully better.)

Let’s get started.





1. Adding FAQ, social proof and statistics increases conversions by 11.5%


Kiva, an innovative non-profit organization, wanted to increase the number of donations of first time visitors to their landing page.

Hypothesis: Kiva believed that if they provided more information for visitors on their landing page that they’d increase the number of donors.

Result: Adding an information box to the bottom of the page resulted in an 11.5% increase in donations.

Version A - original:

Version B - Addition of information box (FAQ, social proof & statistics) - Winner:

What these split test results mean:

You always need to make sure you answer any objections a visitor to your landing page will have. The additional information at the bottom helped clarify objections and increase credibility as an organization.

Source: Conversion Case Study: Kiva.org

2. Changing the subject line of an email increased Click Through Rate (CTR) by 2.57%


A large retailer sent out an email blast to its list just days before Christmas to encourage people to browse their collection.

Hypothesis: They wanted to see which subject line would get the most click throughs. They were testing between “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Holidays” or a combination of the two in the subject line.

Result: “Merry Christmas” had 2.57% higher CTR than the next closest competitor.

What These Split Test Results Mean:

If your emails aren’t being opened it doesn’t matter what your offer is, no one will see it.

Source: “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”? Choose wisely!

 

3. A personalized banner ad increases CTR by 6%


Sony wasn’t achieving the conversion rates they wanted from their banner ads. Originally, the ad featured two calls-to-action, “Make it personal” and “Customize your VAIO.”

Hypothesis: Sony wanted to test if either the personalized or promotional ad would convert better.

Result: The personalized call-to-action increased click through rate by 6% and shopping cart adds by 21.3% over the original.

Control/Original (Dual CTA):

 

 

Version A - Personalization - Winner:

 

 

Version 2 - Promotion:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Version A worked so well because it personalized their message. Sony used the word “your,” but “my” would also work. You just need to see which one works best for your customers.

Source: [Case Study] Song A/B Tests Banner Ads

 

4. Changing copy of Facebook Ad increases Facebook likes from 0 to 70!


Adspresso wanted to increase the number of likes on their Facebook page. They ran two Facebook ads to see which one would result in a higher number of likes.

Hypothesis: Keeping everything else the same they just changed the copy on their ads (see below.)

Result: Version A “LIKE us for pro tips on how to improve your Facebook ad campaigns today!” resulted in 70 Facebook likes. Version B didn’t even get 1 like.

 

 

What these split test results mean:

From the first line you can see why Version B did so poorly (not even getting 1 like.) People don’t like being spammed. Telling them that they’ll be getting a daily tip is basically warning them that they’ll have to sift through emails to find useful information.

Source: Case study: Facebook AB testing results

 

5. A more clear and direct call-to-action increases clicks by 49%


Fab is an online retail community whose members can buy and sell apparel, home goods, accessories, collectibles etc. The majority of people who add items to their cart do it directly from the catalog pages.

Hypothesis: Fab wanted to see if they could increase cart adds by making the “Add To Cart” button clearer.

Result: Spelling out “Add To Cart” increased cart adds by 49% over the original. 

The original design (on the far left) features a small shopping cart with a “+” sign and no text. The two versions (middle and right) added text based designs. Version A “Add To Cart” was the winner and helped increase cart adds by 49% over the original.

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Having a clear and direct call-to-action will help customers know why they should click. If you have an unclear CTA your visitors won’t know what the button does. 

Source: Fab Uses A/B Test to Improve Customer Shopping Experience

 

6. Replacing a guarantee with a trust symbol increased conversions by 107%


ExpressWatches is an online dealer of Seiko watches. They were looking to increase the amount of customers who buy their watches online. They found that a major problem consumers have when purchasing online is whether a product is authentic or not.

Hypothesis: They wanted to try replacing the price guarantee with a trust symbol to see if more people would purchase.

Result: The replacement of the price guarantee with a trust symbol increased sales by 107%.

Version A (Guarantee):

 

 

Version B (Trust Symbol) - Winner:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

You need to figure out what’s most important to your customers not just what you think is. ExpressWatch customers cared more about the authenticity of the watch than the price.

Source: 107% increase in sales shows that customers care more for authenticity than low prices

 

7. Replacing an image with a video increases conversions by 12.62%


Growyourowngroceries.com teaches people how to “grow healthy food in your own backyard” through a set of DVDs. The owner, Marjory Wildcraft was looking to increase the amount of sales on their DVDs. The original landing page featured an “About me” section that had a description of the owner and a friendly picture.

Hypothesis: Marjory hypothesized that if she replaced a photo of herself with a video that sales would increase.

Results: The video helped increased conversions by 12.62%.

What these split test results mean:

A video on a sales landing page instead of a photo can drastically improve conversions. Video’s can be more engaging than a photo and give you an extended period of time with a visitor. This gives you the chance to provide more details, clear up any questions and make a personal connection.

Source: Replacing image with video on landing page increases conversions by 12.62%

 

8. Using an image instead of a blank background resulted in a 7.46% higher conversion rate


A company wanted to know whether they should leave their background blank or use a photo.

Hypothesis: They split tested a photo background page against a blank background page.

Result: The photo background page had a 25.14% conversion rate compared to 17.68% for the one with no photo.

Version A - Image - Winner:

 

Version B - Blank Background:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Having an image of the product helps drive visitors towards conversion. This is so they have a way to visualize what they’ll be getting.

Source: Split Test: Should You Use A Photo For Your Background?

 

9. Showing an image with a desired outcome increases signups by 89%


Prospective home sellers can register to post their home listings with Makelaarsand. Registering is a three-step process and if help is needed there’s a “help” option to the right of the form.

Hypothesis: Makelaarsand wanted to see if more people would sign up if a different image was used in the help section.

Results: Changing the picture from a smiling female to a male placing a “sold” sticker on a “for sale” sign increased signups by 89%.

Version A - Smiling female:

 

Version B - Man with “sold” sticker - Winner:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

  • The second picture worked well because it showed prospective clients the desired outcome. It conveys the message, “if you sign up with us, you will sell your home.”

  • Persuasion tactics when used in the right place will help sell your product. You just need to find the one that works best for you.

Source: A/B Testing Image on Lead Generation Page Increased Conversions by 89%

 

10. Adding the incentive of free shipping increases orders by 90%


NuFACE is an anti-aging skin company that was looking to boost their online presence and ultimately sales. They found that their potential customers were holding back on purchasing even though they were interested.

Hypothesis: They wanted to test if offering an incentive (free shipping) to all orders over $75 would increase conversions.

Result: Adding free shipping increased orders by 90% and the average order value (AOV) by 7.32%.

Version A - No free shipping:

 

 

Version B - “Free Shipping Over $75!” - Winner:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

  • Offering potential customers an incentive to buy increases the likelihood of them buying now.

  • Lack of free shipping is one of the top reasons for shopping cart abandonment. If you provide this incentive then you not only increase the likelihood of someone purchasing but also the Average Order Value.

Source: Adding Free Shipping Threshold Increases eCommerce AOV by 7.32%

 

11. Sales increased by 17.1% when best practices for product pages was used


SmartWool wanted to increase the average revenue per visitor on their product page. 

Hypothesis: They wanted to see whether changing the design on their products page would increase the average revenue per visitor.

Result: Using best practices of product pages (Version B) increased average revenue per visitor by 17.1%.

Version A : Uneven and mismatched, this product pages features its products in different sizes and on different levels.

 

 

Version B - Winner: This page used best practices of product pages with each product being the same size and on the same level.

 

 

What these split test results mean:

  • It’s important to be creative on your website. However, creativity shouldn’t necessarily be focused on your products page. A messy product page makes it harder for visitors to view your product and therefore harder to purchase.

  • There’s a reason why certain layouts are used, they convert better! Stick with best practices instead of trying to be too fancy.

Source: [Case Study] SmartWool Sells More Socks With A/B Testing

 

12. Changing the copy in one bullet point lifts conversions by 18.59%


Michael Aagaard wanted to get more to people to download his ebook by saying how long it would take to read. 

Hypothesis: He thought that time was a major barrier for visitors to download his ebook. Keeping everything else constant he simply changed the copy of a single bullet point. 

Result: Changing the copy of a single bullet point increased conversions by 18.59%.

Version A

“Insights and experience from 4 years of research and over 350 A/B tests distilled into one 26-page free ebook” 

Version B

“Read the book in just 25 minutes and get insights from 4 years of research and over 350 A/B tests”

What these split test results mean:

You need to determine barriers of conversion for your prospective customer. In this case, letting visitors know the exact time the ebook would take to read increased conversions. 

Source: Case Study - 18.59% Increase in Downloads by Tweaking one Bullet Point

 

13. Changing placement of testimonials increased downloads by 64.53%


Michael Aagaard knew the importance of having customer testimonials on his downloads page.

Hypothesis: He wanted to see if conversions would increase by changing the placement of the testimonials.

Result: Breaking up the testimonials into sections (two above and two below the CTA) increased conversions by 64.53%.

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Moving two of the testimonials above the call-to-action increased conversions because more visitors were seeing them. If the visitor didn’t scroll down the original page visitor wouldn’t have seen them.

Source: Case Study - 64.53% More Downloads by Moving the Testimonials on an Ebook Landing Page

 

14. Mobile-friendly landing page increases leads by 256%


Rasmussen College was looking to increase leads from Pay-Per-Click traffic on their mobile site.

Hypothesis: Creating a newly designed for mobile site featuring a click-through menu would get more conversions than a responsive site.

Result: The new mobile-only site increased conversions by 256%.

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Mobile responsive sites are better than unresponsive sites. However, if you want the highest conversion on mobile it needs to be redesigned for optimal mobile use. You can do this by simplifying the page and taking away unnecessary items which will reduce load time. Adding a drop down menu will also help with navigation.

Source: Which Type Of Mobile Site Increased Leads From PPC Traffic? Responsive Design vs. Stand-Alone Mobile Site

 

15. Change in headline increases sales by 6.49%


Monthly 1K wanted to increase the amount visitors purchasing their online courses.

Hypothesis: They wanted to see if changing the headline on their landing page would increase conversions.

Result: “How to Make a $1000 a Month Business” increased sales of their $300 course by 6.49%.

Version A - Winner:

 

 

Version B:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Providing an actual dollar amount resulted in a higher conversion rate. Visitors were able to visualize themselves making a dollar amount rather than just their first dollar. Whenever possible showcase the value of your products.

Source: Which Headline Increased Sales On This Landing Page?

 

16. Removing reference to pricing increased signups by 31%


Unveil was trying to generate as many leads as possible for beta testing their new application.

Hypothesis: They wanted to test whether eliminating reference to pricing and clearly stating it’s free would increase signups.

Result: By removing any mention of pricing from their website they were able to increase their signups by 31%.

On the top part of the page they changed two things. They removed the “pricing” option in the menu and changed “from just $1 per month” to “free”.

Version A:

 

 

Version B:

  

 

Version A (right) Version B (left) - bottom of page:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Determining the right price point for your target audience is important. Try testing different price points to see which one works best for your business.

Source: Case Study: Removing Pricing Improves Beta Sign Ups by 31%

 

17. Conveying a clear message increased sales by 40.81%


Underwater Audio wanted to redesign their website to increase sales.

Hypothesis: They wanted to test whether improving the copy and design of their information section would increase sales.

Result: The updated information section increased sales by 40.81%.

Version A:

 

 

Version B - Winner:

 

 

What these split test results mean:

The biggest improvement I saw in this section was the copy. In Version A they state you can wear the headphones for “Most Activities.” I like that in Version B they list the types of activities you can do. By giving me some clear options I can imagine myself swimming with these headphones in.

Source: Compelling Copy + Clean Design + Fewer Distractions = 40.81% Increase in Sales

 

18. How placing ads on content pages helped increase engagement by 104.99%


Bakker-hillegom is an online store specializing in products and information related to gardening. Because of their niche and relevant content they were able to attract a large number of unique visitors to their website. The problem they were finding was that the visits weren’t turning into sales.

Hypothesis: They decided to test if adding promotional banners to each content page would increase engagement on the site.

Result: Adding banners to the top of each page increased traffic to the sales page by 105%.

 

 

What these split test results mean:

If visitors don’t know what you sell they won’t be able to buy it.

Source: Banner Displaying Top Deals Increases eCommerce Engagement by 105%

 

19. Additional information near CTA increases action by 24%


Overtoom, a large mail order company, wanted to increase conversions.

Hypothesis: They thought that adding a trust symbol, incentive to buy and offering different payment options would increase basket adds.

Result : Adding these three elements below the CTA increased sales by 24%.

They took the original order form and added three elements close to the CTA:

  • Trust - Added a star rating from customers

  • Incentive - Free delivery on orders over 200 Euros

  • Options to pay - Invoice, Visa or Mastercard

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Each element worked together to push the customer to add something to the cart.

  • They assured the customer - through high star ratings - that it’s a good product to buy.

  • Increased Average Order Value (AOV) with free shipping.

  • Gave a final push with multiple payment options.

Source: Three Things You Can Do In 20 Minutes To Increase Ecommerce Conversions

 

20. Change in subject line increases open rate on emails


Spicerhaart knew that their email marketing was only effective if people were opening their emails.

Hypothesis : They felt that if they changed the way the subject line was presented that more people would open.

Result: Splitting the subject line into three easily readable sections increased open rates by 74%.

Version A : Mill View | Join us for our pre-launch weekend to find out more about these exciting new homes

Variation B (Winner) : Mill View | Pre-launch weekend | Quality homes affordably priced

What these split test results mean:

Your subject line is the most important element in email marketing. If no one opens your email it doesn’t matter what the content inside is.

Source: Which Subject Line Increased Opens For This Real Estate Site

 

21. Cleaned up registration page lead to more newsletter sign-ups


The World Wildlife Fund wanted to increase the number of registrants for their newsletter. 

Hypothesis: Redesigning and adding a photo would increase the number of registrants. 

Result: Changing the layout and adding a photo increased registrants by 83%.

Version A:

 

 

Version B - Winner:

 

 

They changed these 4 elements:

  1. Gave information about what to expect.

  2. Moved the text right to make it easier to read.

  3. Moved CTA to the left to align with the form.

  4. Added a picture showing the layout of the newsletter.

What these split test results mean:

Cleaning up the page made it easier for visitors to register. The example was a great addition as visitors knew what they’d be receiving for their efforts.

Source: Which Opt-In Page Increased Leads For The World Wildlife Fund

 

22. Increase your email clicks by 325% with a sleek design


Microsoft was looking to increase the amount of people clicking through on their emails.

Hypothesis: Changing the color scheme would increase click throughs.

Result: Version A increased click-throughs by 325%.

Version A (White Background, Full Product Image, Purple CTA) - Winner:

 

Version B (Orange Background, Cropped Product Image, Pink CTA):

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Despite Version B following the color scheme of Microsoft’s online marketing, Version A won. Version A made it easier to find where you were supposed to click. The contrast of the purple CTA against the white background draws your eye immediately.

Source: Which Button/Image Combo Increased Email Clicks?

 

23. Personalized abandonment subject line for email increases opens by 31%


Raileasy, an online travel booking company, wanted to increase the amount of people returning to purchase a product.

Hypothesis: They felt that if they changed the subject line they could increase re-engagement.

Result: A personalized subject line increased open rates by 31% and overall sales by 38%.

Version A (Winner) - Personalized Subject Line: “Still looking for tickets to [destination]?”

This helped the visitor remember why they were searching the destination in the first place.

Version B - Generic Subject Line: “Haven’t found what you are looking for?”

This was far more generic and could have been related to anything.

What these split test results mean:

Abandonment issues are one of the main concerns of ecommerce stores. Having an effective cart abandonment follow-up plan (like Raileasy) is key to increasing sales.

Source: Which Abandoned Cart Email Subject Line Increased Both Opens & Orders

 

24. Change in design of social proof generates leads 69% better than original


comScore was looking to generate more leads from their website.

Hypothesis :  They already had social proof on their website. They felt that by changing the design of their proof they’d generate more leads.

Result: Social proof in a vertical layout with logo (Version 1 below) generated leads 69% better than the original.

Original version (Social proof in a grey box with no logo)

 

 

Multivariate testing was conducted.

  • Version 1 (Logo on top/Vertical design) Winner!

  • Variation 2 (No Logo/Horizontal design)

  • Variation 3 (Logo on right/Horizontal)

 

What these split test results mean:

Social proof is extremely important to online marketing. It’s not going to mean much if people think its fake or it’s hard to find.

Source: comScore Increases New Leads 69% by Adding a Customer Logo

 

25. Redesign increases interactions by 606%


Spreadshirt wanted to increase the amount of visitors who became sellers on their website. 

Hypothesis: Changing the “how to” section of their website to make it easier to understand would increase conversions. 

Result: Reducing the amount of text, graphics and calls-to-action made the “how to” section clearer. This increased conversions by 606%. 

Version A (Original):

 

Version B (Winner):

 

 

What these split test results mean:

Version B is way easier to follow. It shows very clearly the process (with arrows) of how to use their website.

Source: How A Data-Driven Site Redesign Lifted Clicks 606% and Purchases 11%





26. Redesign of mobile homepage increases user activity by 235%


Runkeeper is a mobile application that allows users to log their exercise activities. They wanted to expand the types of activities people logged.

Hypothesis: They felt that if they clearly showed each activity available then people would be more likely to log them.

Result: Showing each activity available on the home screen increased logged non-running activities by 235%.

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

You need to design with the user in mind. It’s much easier to just choose a clearly-available option than search for it.

Source: Case study: Runkeeper Drives User Engagement with A/B Testing

 

27. Increased conversion by 7.3% by offering free returns


The French Connection ecommerce store wanted to increase their online sales. They found that price was a major concern for visitors to their website. They already offered free shipping on orders over £75.

Hypothesis: They felt that if they added free returns (the statement “Love this style? We offer FREE RETURNS on all orders”) would make people more comfortable purchasing.

Result: Adding a guarantee on products increased conversions by 7.3%.

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Determine what’s most important to your customers. Providing a guarantee can make your customers feel more relaxed about purchasing. It also makes the price feel lower because they know they can get their money back if they don’t like it.

Source: _ 7.3% increase in conversion across paid and natural search traffic for FCUK_

28. Weather targeting increases conversions by 11.6%


Burton wanted to increase their online sales. They wanted to do this by personalizing the shopping experience for each visitor.

Hypothesis: Showing personalized results based on weather targeting would increase conversions.

Result : Weather targeting shoppers increased conversions by 11.6%.

This is how the page would look if it was snowing and cold:

 

 

If its sunny they’d show shades and shorts.

If it’s rainy they’d show jackets and rain boots.

What These Split Test Results Mean: You want to try and personalize your results for each customer as best as you can. Although weather targeting is complex you could do something simple like gender to give your customers a more unique experience.

Source: 11.6% uplift in conversions with weather targeting

 

29. A responsive search bar increases transactions by 12%


alittlemarket.com sells handmade french creations. They wanted to increase the amount of purchasing customers.

Hypothesis: They wanted to optimize the search bar. Now, instead of having to select options and hit “filter”, the bar would automatically filter.

Result: Responsive search results increased conversions by 12%.

Version A:

 

 

Version B - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Spending less time to achieve a desired result will almost always increase conversions. The less time it takes to navigate your website, the more time visitors will have to check out your products.

Source: [Case study: A Little Market] How to increase turnover by 12% by simplifying your search engine.

 

30. Changing the headline increased conversions by 5%


Meddelandelån Sverige AB offers quick loans online. They have a three step process that all applicants need to follow to be approved. They had an image slider that detailed what the process was but it wasn’t getting used.

Hypothesis: Having a more impactful headline for the image slider would get more visitors to use it.

Result: Conversion rate and average value per visitor increased by 5%.

Version A: Borrow 500Kr for free as a new customer

Version B (Winner): Small Internet Loans: Borrow money 7 days a week with clear pricing and honest terms

What These Split Test Results Mean: Your headline can make or break your product. Whether it’s on a landing page, article or in this case an image slider, make sure that people have a reason to keep reading.

Source: Image Slider A/B Test: Headline Records an Estimated Win of $90,000 Per Year Read

 

31. Email focused on products rather than a story doubled purchases


Marine Mammal Center is a hospital dedicated to helping injured seals. On their website they get funding through purchases and donations made in the gift shop. On Valentine’s Day they sent out two forms of email to see which would get a higher conversion.

Hypothesis: They wanted to see whether a story focused on the cause or on the products converted better.

Result : They found that the email focused on products (rather than a story) doubled the amount of purchases.

Version A (Story about seals):

 

 

Version B (Focused on products) - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

When the goal of your campaign is to sell products you need to feature them. Although the story of the seal is heartfelt it doesn’t give any indication that they have products to sell.

Source: A Valentine’s Day A/B Test Case Study in Action

 

32. Changing one form field increased completed forms by 8.66%


Newcastle School of Trades wanted to investigate why so many visitors abandoned their form at the field, “I am interested in…” Originally their drop-down menu featured 11 options with “undecided” at the end.

Hypothesis : If they move the “undecided” option to the top of the list they would increase the amount of people who complete the form.

Result : Changing the order of the one field increased conversions by 9%.

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Most of the people who filled out this form were undecided. Making the “undecided” field more prominent made it easier for visitors to fit into a category.

Source: Trade school dramatically improves website conversions with a few simple split tests

33. Donations increased by 114% by incorporating a video on email


David C. Cook is a non-profit organization that wanted to increase donations.

Hypothesis: Changing their marketing message from text to video would increase engagement and donations.

Result: Changing the messaging from text to video increased click throughs by 43% and donations by 114%.

Version A (Text):

 

 

Version B (Video) - Winner:

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

A video is generally more engaging and can help you appear more credible. It also helps people put a face on a company. It makes it more personalized and ultimately will help your “Ask” be stronger.

Source: Does Video Email Work? [Case Study]

 

34. 52% increase in bookings by changing form layout


Arenaturist.com is a website where visitors can book travel in Croatia.

Hypothesis: They wanted to see whether a horizontal or vertical form layout would get higher conversions.

Result: The vertical form layout increased conversions by 52%.

Version A (Horizontal version):

 

 

Version B (Vertical version) - Winner:

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

If you have a long form (longer than 3 fields) use a vertical form. Vertically aligned forms are easier to follow and appear both less complicated and shorter.

Source: A/B test case study - Arenaturist booking engine layout

 

35. Changing one word increased conversions by 139%!


GoCardless is one of the UKs leading online direct debit suppliers.  

Hypothesis: They wanted to test whether changing “request” to “watch” would increase conversions.

Result: Changing one word in the CTA increased conversions by 139%.

Version A: The highlighted portion on the left says “Request a demo” and on the right “submit.”

 

 

Version B - Winner: The variation now says “Watch a demo” on the left and “Watch” on the right:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

You need to constantly be looking for ways to reduce friction for visitors. If a visitor knows explicitly what will happen when they click your CTA they’ll be more likely to convert. Be as clear as possible about what your button is going to do. GoCardless increased conversions because more people watched their demo when they changed the text. This led to more people being interested in their product.

Source: _How a one word change increased product demo conversions by 139%: _ How a one word change increased product demo conversions by 139%

 


Caffeine informer wanted to make it easier for users to navigate through their mobile site.

Hypothesis : They thought that if they got rid of the “ hamburger icon” and replaced it with the word “MENU” that more people would click.

Result : Spelling out “MENU” resulted in a 20% increase in unique visitors to other parts of their site.

Version A “hamburger icon”:

 

 

Version B “MENU” - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Clarity is everything in site optimization. You want to really spell out what you’re offering your visitors.

Source: Mobile Menu AB Tested: Hamburger Not the Best Choice?

 

37. Emotional copy increases conversions by 17.9%


JCD Repair offers a while-you-wait iPhone repair service. To increase the number of people that would schedule a repair for their phone they decided to test out new copy in their ads.

Hypothesis: Making the copy more engaging will increase the number of people who repair their phone.

Result: Variation 3 won and converted 17.9% better than the original with the following copy:

“Did Your iPhone Screen Have a Rough Night Out? We can’t cure a hangover, but we can make your iPhone look brand new in less than 1 hour. For half of what the other guys charge.”

Original (Clear Copy):

 

 

Version 1:

 

 

Version 2:

 

 

Version 3 - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

While clarity is always important, you still need to be unique in how you present an offer. A dry offer is just that. Eliciting an emotional response can help increase your conversions. Version 3 was great because it probably made people laugh (I know I did.)

Source: The Great Copy Debate: Clear Vs. Clever

 

38. Minimal landing page design increases conversions


TheHOTH, a white label SEO company wanted to increase the number of businesses using their service. They had a good amount of traffic but their conversions were low.

Hypothesis : They wanted to see if by minimizing the amount of information on their homepage that they could generate more leads.

Result: Eliminating everything but the sign-up form took signups from 1.39% to 13.13%.

Version A

 

 

Version B (Winner) - Form only

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

This minimal design worked well for this website for a few reasons:

  • Most visitors were referred - so they already knew about the company

  • Focus was solely on signing up for an account

  • Only one call-to-action (original page had two above the fold + a video)

  • The original form blended into the background 

Source: Crazy Minimal Homepage Increased Leads for an SEO Service Company from 1.39% to 13.13%

 

39. Increased conversions by 96% by keeping the message on the form consistent


Pink Pest Services wanted to increase the amount of people requesting a quote for a bug terminator.

Hypothesis: They felt that by changing the copy and picture on the form that conversions would increase.

Result: The form that solely offered a free quote increased conversions by 96% over the original.

Version A - Free Quote AND A special report (picture of book):

 

 

Version B - Free Quote only (picture of smiling man) - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Matching your body copy to your headline is extremely important. Version B worked so well because it kept talking about the free quote they would offer.

Source:  Double Your Online Enquiries Using This Drop-Dead Simple Conversion Tweak We Swiped From Old-School Yellow Pages Ads

 

40. Changing copy of abandonment email increased conversion by 112%


Stride wanted to improve its abandonment email so more people would come back to their website.

Hypothesis: They thought that by changing the focus from “why Stride is so great” to “how Stride can help it’s customers” would increase the amount of people returning to the website.

Result: Focusing on the customer and what Stride could do for them improved conversions by 112%.

Version A:

 

 

Version B:

 

 

Version C - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

In your abandonment email you always want to appear as helpful and informative as possible (without sounding too braggy.) Think of the abandonment email as a way to show what you can do for your customers. Give them a real reason why they would want to come back.

Source: _The Hero Trap (How a Simple Sales Guide Lifted Conversions 112%) _

 

41. Providing more toolbar options increases donations by 181%


The Union Mission wanted to increase donations and recruit more volunteers.

Hypothesis: Splitting the one tab “Give” into two, “Donate” and “Ways to Give” would help increase donations and volunteers.

Result: Changing the one tab into two not only increased online giving by 181% but it increased their click through rate by 300%.

Version A - “Give”:

 

 

Version B “donate” and “ways to give” - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Breaking “give” into two separate tabs makes it easier for visitors to know exactly what is wanted. They can now give by donating. Or, if they can’t donate money they can figure out other ways they can give.

Source: Case study: Union Mission Ministries boosts revenue with website redesign and optimization

 

42. A dedicated landing page increases conversions by 73%


TechInsurance.com specializes in re-selling insurance policies to the technical industry. Their main source of customers comes from Pay-Per-Click (PPC) ads. They originally had all of the traffic from their PPC ads directed towards their website and not a dedicated landing page.

Hypothesis: Sending PPC traffic to a designated landing page instead of their website would increase conversions.

Result: Sending PPC traffic to a landing page instead of their website increased conversions by 73%

Version A - Website

 

 

Version B - Landing Page - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

You have less than 5-seconds to convert a visitor. Making them sift around your website to figure out what you’re selling is just going to make them bounce. Simplify the process for them with an optimized landing page.

Source: 73% Increase in New Customers

 

43. 76% more people sign-up for free trial with newly designed pricing page


BigContacts.com wanted to increase the amount of people signing up for a free trial.

Hypothesis: Clarifying pricing options and emphasizing the free trial would increase signups.

Result: Changing the pricing portion of the page increased signups by 76%.

Version A:

 

 

Version B - Clarified pricing options/emphasized free trial - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

If you’re offering a free trial make it obvious. No one can sign-up if they don’t know how to (or if they don’t know you offer it.)

Source: Pricing Page Optimization Increases Click Thrus 76%

 

44. Adding urgency increases conversions by 5%


Best of the Best runs competitions bi-weekly to give visitors a chance to win their dream car.

Originally they featured a countdown timer would reset each contest so visitors would always know when the competition was over/ the next one was.

Hypothesis: Adding in the countdown timer only three days before the competition would increase conversions.

Result: Putting the timer on the website with only 3 days left increased conversions by 5%.

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Adding a countdown timer is a great way to increase urgency as this encourages visitors to act on impulse. But if the end date is too far away then it’s not going to get anyone to act now because they’ll see they have a ton of time left. Make it as close to the end date as possible.

Source: 5% uplift in conversion rates with urgency messaging

 

45. Lead generation increased by 200% by optimizing page layout


Equity Trust found that their current website design wasn’t converting visitors as well as they wanted.

Hypothesis: Making their website easier to follow through a redesign would increase leads.

Result: A redesigned and easy to follow page increased leads by 200%.

Version A - Original page:

 

 

Version B - redesign - Winner:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

The second page works better for a couple of reasons:

  • It’s clear where the visitor needs to click with their bright orange CTA buttons (all of which lead to the same conversion goal.

  • The image features their target demographic making it easier for visitors to relate.

Source: Equity Trust’s Conversion Optimization Strategy

 

46. Removing all distractions reduces cart abandonment by 11.40%


nameOn is a leading supplier in personalizing gifts with embroidery. They were looking to see if they could reduce the amount of cart abandonment. They felt that a major cause of the abandonment was because of the large number of distractions on the check-out page.

Hypothesis: Reducing the number of distractions on the check-out page would increase the number of successful checkouts.

Result: Reducing the amount of calls-to-action increased the amount of completed checkouts by 11.40%

Version A - 9 calls-to-action:

 

 

Version B - Reduced to two - “Welcome bonus” and “Continue to checkout” (Winner):

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

The ultimate goal on your shopping cart is to get customers to complete the purchase. Don’t give your visitor an opportunity to leave their cart. There should ideally only be one call-to-action “Check out now.”

Source: Remove Distractions to Reduce eCommerce Cart Abandonments (CRO case study)

 

47. Optimizing their website for tablet increased revenue by 72


Shirtinator is an online store that sells customized textiles and gifts. They had two versions of their website. One for desktop and one for mobile. Any traffic that searched via their tablet was automatically shown the mobile version of the website.

Hypothesis: They wanted to see if showing users a new HTML-5 desktop version would increase tablet conversions.

Result: The new tablet friendly website outperformed the mobile website and increased revenue by 72%.

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Every year technology is going to change. As it changes you need to make sure that you’re optimizing your website based on what’s available.

Source: _Redirecting Tablet Users to Desktop Website Increased Revenue by 71.81% _

 

48. Changing the background image increased signups by 38%


A dating website in Asia wanted to get more visitors to sign-up for a free trial. They knew that these leads could be easily converted to paying customers.

Hypothesis : Changing background image would increase the number of free trial sign-ups.

Result: Version C (Winner) had a background image that showed all types of people that were on the website. This increased signups by 38% and paying customers by 304%.

Version A:

 

 

Version B:

 

 

Version C (Winner):

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Version C showed the value of their dating site by showing the many options available. You always want to make sure that your background image is something your target audience wants.

Source: How to Increase Revenues by 304% Using Emotional Targeting

 

49. 65% increase in revenue by emphasizing benefits on landing page


An invitation company was looking to optimize their landing page to increase revenue.

Hypothesis: Changing the copy to sell an experience (benefit) instead of the product (features) would help increase conversions.

Result: Selling an experience instead of the product increased sales by 65%.  

Version A:

 

 

Version B (Winner):

 

 

Version C:

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

You always want to make sure you’re selling the benefits of a product. You can say what the features are but if you want to sell you need to help people picture why it’s a great product for them.

Source: Simple Neuromarketing hacks that increased revenue by 65% in the first round

 

50. Moving social share buttons above the fold increases Facebook shares by 490%


In 2013 Movember wanted to increase the number of registrants on their website.

Hypothesis: They felt that a redesign of their website would make it easier for people to register. One of the key things they did was move their social share buttons above the fold so registrants could share the message with their friends.

Result: By moving the social share buttons above the fold, Facebook shares increased by 490% and email shares increased by 75%

Their website - Originally the highlighted section was below the fold.

 

 

What These Split Test Results Mean:

Social sharing is a great way to increase awareness but if no one sees it, no one can share it.  Making your most important information is easy to find is key to your success.

Source: Movember Drives 28,000 More Mo’ Bros with an A/B Test

 

Conclusion


Congrats, you did it. You’ve made it to the end of my 50 split test case studies.

I hope you’re inspired to run some awesome split tests of your own.

Remember these tests are a guide and shouldn’t replace your own testing. If you have some tests of your own that you’d like to share please comment below.

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If you’re a marketer, you’re undoubtedly looking for techniques to optimize your website for better conversions. Fellow marketers have released tactics that worked from them. In this post, I’ve curated some of these. They’ve come from multiple sources and been placed in one post. I present to you 100 conversion optimization case studies!

1. Updated Design Increases Conversions 33%

Overview and Results Achieved:

CloudSponge had an outdated website design:

This is the redesign:

The new design achieved a 33% conversion increase.

Key Findings:

-You can see the difference between the two designs. One is boring, has one call to action, and gives no good reasons why anyone should choose CloudSponge. The new website lets visitors view a demo and also gives them reasons to try CloudSponge.

If your website looks like the original CloudSponge, get a new design. It’ll pay for itself once you see a conversion bump.

Source:

http://99designs.com/designer-blog/2010/10/26/how-cloudsponge-increased-conversions-33-using-99designs-case-study/

2. Making Copy Action Oriented Causes 93% More People to Click

Overview and Results Achieved:

L’Axelle wanted to get more people to click on their add to cart button. This was their original homepage:

This was the test:

L’Axelle describes the original copy as being comfort oriented. They sell on the basis of people feeling relieved and relaxed.

The test copy is action oriented. It is about solving a problem.

The action oriented headline and copy earned a 38.3% conversion rate, 93% better than the original.

Key Findings:

-“Put an end to sweat marks” is action oriented and assures some relief for customers. Adding the word “end” makes it sound like they won’t get sweat marks ever again. If the headline read “Reduce Sweat Marks,” the copy might not have performed well.

Source:

http://www.abtests.com/test/125001/landing-for-laxelle

3. Clear Homepage Helps Weather Channel Increase Conversions 225%

Overview and Results Achieved:

The Weather Channel wanted to turn people into premium subscribers. They decluttered their homepage and had a single action. These changes increased conversions 225%.

Key Findings:

-When in doubt, simplify. Simplicity is difficult and requires restraint, but it’s much easier for visitors and helps them make decisions.

Source:

http://www.marketingsherpa.com/article/case-study/how-to-convert-225-more

4. Adding a Picture of a Person Increases Highrise Signups by 102.5%

Overview and Results Achieved:

37signals changed the design of their Highrise product page. While they’ve done many tests, we’ll feature one where they had a white background and tested it against a background of a customer. Here is the test and results:

And they tried a long page with the same background vs a short page. The long page performed worse:

Key Findings:

-As you can see, the type of background with the person really sticks out from most of the other pages on the internet. It may signal to the visitor the importance of the website and make them want to read more of the offering.

Source:

http://37signals.com/svn/posts/2991-behind-the-scenes-ab-testing-part-3-final

5. Improved Value Proposition Causes 128% More Visitors to Register for Games

Overview and Results Achieved:

The Sims 3 wanted to get more people to register. They tested their value proposition.

The original page:

The test:

The test increased game registrations 128%.

Key Findings:

-As you can see, the test emphasizes “free.” If your product is free or offers a free trial, don’t hide it. Let people know, because most are willing to try something that is free.

Source:

http://www.widerfunnel.com/proof/case-studies/the-sims-3-doubles-game-registrations-by-identifying-the-most-compelling-offer

6. Making Call to Action More Prominent Increases Conversions 591%

Overview and Results Achieved:

Nature Air had 17 separate landing pages. They did a single A/B test on each landing page. The control did not make the CTA prominent:

Then they put the CTA in the content area:

Conversions went from 2.78% to about 19%, meaning their conversions improved 591%!

Key Findings:

-No matter how compelling your offer, if you don’t make it easy for visitors to click on something, they’ll never know. Make your CTA prominent, part of the content area, and easy to find. You’ll preferably want to keep it above the fold.

Source:

http://www.blastam.com/blog/index.php/2009/06/google-website-optimizer-increases-conversion-591/

7. Adding Reviews Boosts Conversions More Than 35%

Overview and Results Achieved:

FigLeaves sells women’s apparel on their website. They added product reviews to the site, and this change made customers 35% more likely to purchase.

Key Findings:

-Helping the visitor navigate and make decisions proves once again to be helpful at increasing conversions and making the visitor more likely to buy.

Source:

http://blog.arhg.net/2010/02/reflections-on-bryan-eisenbergs-keynote.html

8. Redesigning Pricing Page Brings 25% More Conversions

Overview and Results Achieved:

BaseKit wanted to get more performance out of their pricing page. This was the old design:

This is the new design:

BaseKit calls this new version “Bolder, brighter, clearer pricing, nicer design, testimonial, more obvious currency selection.” The new design achieved a 25% higher conversion rate.

Key Findings:

-Your pricing page is just as important as your pricing. The way you present your pricing and the information surrounding it can play a big role in whether the visitor becomes a customer.

Source:

http://visualwebsiteoptimizer.com/split-testing-blog/increase-conversions-pricing/

9. Changing Homepage Makes Visitors 2-3x More Likely to Buy

Overview and Results Achieved:

Hawk Host A/B tested their homepage.

This is the control:

This is the test, with the prominent padlock:

The padlock converted 2-3x better than the original. No official percentage was given.

Key Findings:

-I’m not sure what purpose the globe served, so it shouldn’t be too surprising that a padlock increased conversion rates. It gives a subliminal message of security and assures visitors. Aim to have your images link with your unique value proposition and main message.

Source:

http://blog.hawkhost.com/2010/02/21/multivariate-testing-a-real-life-example/

10. Adding Testimonials Increases Conversions 34%

Overview and Results Achieved:

WikiJob had three testimonials on their homepage. They had a couple of problems with these testimonials, though. The testimonials weren’t attributed to any specific customers and no one even knew if they were testimonials. They were just quotes placed on the homepage. WikiJob did have testimonials, but they were at the bottom of the page. WikiJob decided to A/B test and move the testimonials to the top of the page.

What they experienced was a 34% increase in conversion rates.

Key Findings:

-Testimonials can give visitors assurance that previous people had success with you, thus ensuring your reputability.

Source:

http://www.salesnexus.com/blog/sales/the-importance-of-using-testimonials-2/

11. Conversions Increase 2.20% When Website Flow is Redesigned

Overview and Results Achieved:

Zen Windows had a conversion rate of .75%. They hired a firm that redesigned the visitor flow.

Old design:

New design:

As a result of the redesign, their conversion rate increased to 2.95%.

Key Findings:

-The redesign made it easier for visitors to navigate the website. If your visitors are struggling to navigate your site, you can bet it’s having a negative effect on your conversions. If you’d like to learn what visitors think of your website, check out User Testing.

Source:

http://www.marketingadept.com/blog/2011/01/zen-windows-case-study/

12. Changing Button Color to Red Increases Conversions 21%

Overview and Results Achieved:

Performable tested their homepage with two buttons: One was green, and the other was red. They kept the text (Get Started Now!) the same.

They found that 21% more people clicked on the red button than the green button.

Key Findings:

-As the article mentions, button color is easy to test. Experiment and you may be surprised with your results.

Source:

http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/20566/The-Button-Color-A-B-Test-Red-Beats-Green.aspx

13. Red Color on CTA Increases Conversions 2.5%

Overview and Results Achieved:

UK airline BMI had an urgent CTA that read “Hurry! Only XX seats left.” When they added a red background to the CTA, they increased their conversions 2.5%.

Key Findings:

-Colors that coordinate with the message may increase conversions. Consistency among text and colors can help reinforce the message you want to instill in visitors.

Source:

http://blog.sendblaster.com/2011/07/25/designing-a-call-to-action-that-customers-can%E2%80%99t-resist/#more-3936

14. Protecting Purchases with Bonds Improves Conversions 10.4%

Overview and Results Achieved:

BellaCor offered bonds from Buy Safe to a select group of visitors. They tested this against a group that was not given an option of bonds. The group that was offered bonds had a 10.4% better conversion rate than the control.

Key Findings:

-Consumers want to protect their transactions. They need assurances and security.

Source:

http://www.internetretailer.com/2010/08/26/bellacorcom-boosts-conversions-bonds

15. Security Seal Increases Conversions 7.6%

Overview and Results Achieved:

Oriental Furniture added a Buy Safe seal to their website. They checked this against the control that didn’t have the seal. After a couple of months of testing, Oriental Furniture experienced a 7.6% bump in conversion rate.

Key Findings:

-Assurances are almost always beneficial for websites and customers.

Source:

http://www.internetretailer.com/2011/01/05/orientalfurniturecom-drives-conversion-76-security

16. Adding Google Site Search Increases Conversions 11%

Overview and Results Achieved:

WaterFilters.net needed a search for their website. They turned to Google Site search.

As a result of implementing the search, bounce rate decreased 4% and conversions increased 11%.

Key Findings:

-Aiding visitors in their navigation through your site is a good tactic for increasing conversions.

Source:

http://static.googleusercontent.com/external_content/untrusted_dlcp/www.google.com/en/us/sitesearch/pdf/waterfilters.pdf

17. Intuit Increases Conversion Rates 211% by Implementing Proactive Chat

Overview and Results Achieved:

Intuit implemented proactive chat in different areas on their website.

Adding chat to the checkout process increased the average order value 43%. And there was a 20% increase in conversions compared with not using chat.

Using proactive chat on a product comparison page increased sales 211%:

It also was included on their checks and supplies product page:

And on the lead generation page:

Key Findings:

-Introducing proactive chat, where the visitor can see the chat box, may improve conversions if placed in areas of your website where visitors have questions.

Source:

http://www.proimpact7.com/ecommerce-blog/how-intuit-increased-conversion-rate-by-211-just-by-using-proactive-chat/

18. 21% Improvement in 30 Days with a Website Redesign

Overview and Results Achieved:

Crazy Egg got a website redesign and in 30 days improved their conversions 21%. They highlighted a few of their key changes:

-Let visitors try before they buy – the old design

-Align the brand with the audience

-Pay attention to the details

-Test, learn, and never be satisfied

Source:

http://www.dtelepathy.com/blog/design/get-more-conversions-website

19. 400% Conversion Rate Improvement by Removing One Image

Overview and Results Achieved:

Bradley Spencer had this big secure image on a website:

And without the secure image:

The results were surprising – a 400% increase in conversions over 3 days. Four times more people clicked the coupon link.

Key Findings:

-Conventional wisdom says that adding security badges on your site would increase conversions, and 8 or 9 out of 10 times it would. This is one of those rare times when it didn’t. Always be experimenting, you’ll never know what you can remove to increase users.

Source:

http://www.bradleyspencer.com/2010/5-surprising-lessons-from-user-testing/

19. Image Slider Outperforms Video by 30%

Overview and Results Achieved:

Device Magic wanted to test if video or an image slider converted better.

The original – with video:

The variation – with image slider:

The image slider increased conversions from homepage to signup page by 35% and subsequent signups by 31%.

Key Findings:

-Every website is different, so it cannot be surprising that an image slider outperformed video. Unfortunately, this video is too long (visitors know they’ll be sitting there for over 4 minutes to watch) and the screencap doesn’t make the video seem too interesting.

Source:

http://visualwebsiteoptimizer.com/split-testing-blog/video-or-image-slider-ab-test/

20. Proving Authenticity Increases Sales 107%

Overview and Results Achieved:

Express Watches is a UK based online seller of Seiko watches. A big customer anxiety is the fear of getting counterfeit watches. Express Watches A/B tested on whether customers cared more about price or authenticity.

The control – competing on price point:

The variation – assuring authenticity:

The variation increased sales 107% over the original.

Key Findings:

-This result is likely industry specific. In industries where a lot of fraud exists, it certainly helps to prove you’re authentic. This can be applied to other industries as well. Placing badges like “Certified __ Partner” may increase sales.

Source:

http://visualwebsiteoptimizer.com/split-testing-blog/increase-in-sales/

21. Showing Price on Landing Page Doubles Lead Generation

Overview and Results Achieved:

SafeSoft Solutions develops products for customer contact centers. They A/B tested to see if leaving pricing on a landing page increased or decreased conversions.

The control:

The variation:

The variation brought a 100% boost in leads generated over the control. In this case, showing the price did have a positive impact.

Key Findings:

-People have a notion in their head that if a company doesn’t display pricing, it’s likely an expensive product. To get pricing, you have to talk to one of their salesmen and hear a sales pitch first. The variation removes this question and tells the visitor up front what the price is.

Source:

http://visualwebsiteoptimizer.com/split-testing-blog/prominent-price-display-increases-leads-generated-by-100/

22. eCommerce Site Removes a Filter and Increases Site Engagement by 27%

Overview and Results Achieved:

UK Tool Centre thought that having an extra product filter on their website was reducing visitor engagement. The filter was a brand of wood care products called Cuprinol.

This is the control:

In the variation, the filter menu was removed:

The variation resulted in an increase of 27% engagement in the product pages. This was due to visitors being less distracted.

Key Findings:

-Don’t distract visitors with unnecessary options.

Source:

http://visualwebsiteoptimizer.com/split-testing-blog/remove-product-filter-increase-site-engagement/

23. AMD Increases Social Sharing 3600%

Overview and Results Achieved:

AMD used ShareThis for social sharing. They wanted to increase the amount of sharing among visitors. They tested six variations, with different icons and placement. They tested it on AMD’s Support & Drivers page.

AMD found the best place for your social buttons is the left-position chicklet version with dynamic adjustment based on browser window size:

Key Findings:

-Experiment and learn the optimal place for your social media buttons. Many websites place them on the left-hand side, but only you can test to see what works best.

Source:

http://visualwebsiteoptimizer.com/split-testing-blog/amd-3600-social-sharing-increase/

24. Reduced Shopping Cart Abandonment 26%

Overview and Results Achieved:

One company had shopping cart abandonment rates of around 80%. They had the goal of getting it down to 70%, hoping they’d see a 50% increase in sales. Down to 60% and maybe their sales would double. When they factored this in, they knew they had to redesign their shopping cart experience.

Here’s a comparison of their redesign compared to the old design:

As you can see, the new design is greatly improved. There is a little help section along with guarantees on the right, live customer support, customer testimonials, backend improvements, and they shortened and categorized the form.

This resulted in an abandonment rate that went down from 80% to 54%.

Key Findings:

-If you have an abandonment rate in the 80% class or above, it’s time to put some focus into a redesign. Changing a struggling homepage while ignoring the checkout experience will keep you stagnant. Find what the problems are (big or small) and work to fix them. You’ll see improved conversion rates and more income for your business.

Source:

http://experienceblogger.com/post/1081389180/design-for-conversion-checkout-page-redesign

25. Bigger Button Makes For Bigger Conversion Rate

Overview and Results Achieved:

SAP BusinessObjects originally had a small blue text link for its add to cart option.

They added a big orange button on the test:

And increased their conversions 32%.

Key Findings:

-Making a CTA will almost undoubtedly increase conversion rates.

Source:

http://www.widerfunnel.com/proof/case-studies/sap-landing-page-optimization

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