Instead of a complex, data-filled product page, create a simple, yet beautiful landing page containing only the most essential information that could make visitors interested in your product.
Thanks to an easy drag & drop interface, transferring your vision into a fully-working landing page is a matter of time, not skills.
Designing a landing page means there are a lot of decisions to make along the way. If you don’t want to guess which of your ideas will be better for conversions, run simple A/B tests.
Let half of the visitors see one option, while the other half will see another. After a few days of testing, you’ll get conversion stats for both, and you’ll have a winner!
Some things may cause visitors to leave your landing page. Lengthy content, a price of your product or anything else.
Keep them on site with an exit-intent pop up. But not an ordinary one! If you want it to work in your favor, it has to offer something, like a special discount.
Say you’re selling products via ecommerce platform, like Shopify, or you want to shorten a customer’s journey by implementing PayPal payments directly to your landing page. You can do that with integrations dedicated to ecommerce.