We recently ran a conversion optimization multivariate test for eNotes.com, challenging current subscribe messaging against multiple subscribe text variations created by Surge Labs. The end result was a 133.33% increase in visitors clicking over to the checkout page.
eNotes.com is a membership-based, online resource that helps students with homework and studying.
The main business objective of this project was to help get more visitors clicking to the checkout page from the teaser study guide pages.
The main challenge for this project was to effectively and efficiently communicate the benefits of the membership to prospects so they are encouraged to click to the checkout page.
We believed that testing multiple benefit oriented variations of the headline, text and button text, we could determine the best messaging to increase conversions.
We setup a multivariate test to test multiple variations of the subscribe messaging headline, body text and button text. The original subscribe messaging is shown below.
We tested the following text variations against each other in multiple combinations to find the highest performer:
Body Text Variations
Button Text Variations
We tested 27 multiple variations against each other to find the winner.
After running the 27 variations against each other over a series of several days a winning combination became apparent (with 95% confidence level). The winning combination is shown below:
Testing each and every element within your site is key to increasing the number of customers your site generates. This test shows how important it is to test different variations of every element on pages within your purchase funnel.
Because of this test eNotes.com now gets 133.33% more visitors going to their checkout page from their teaser study guide pages.