Creating A Thank You Page
Are you willing to put in a few hours of work to increase the ROI of every conversion on your website?
By powering up your website with a well-built thank-you pages, you can increase the ROI of every single conversion.
If you haven’t yet added a thank-you page to your online conversion funnel, there’s a good reason to do it.
It’s practically free for you to set up a Thank You page, but look at all the revenue-building, brand-spreading, research-finding capabilities you have with it. There are SO MANY ways you can profit by updating just this one interaction with your audience.
A “thank you message” is a small gesture to make when a customer makes a purchase on your website, signs up for your email list, or makes any other action that contributes to conversion on your website. These kind of details can definitely enhance a user’s experience on your website, but for small business owners, it does even more than that. In fact, having a “thank you” page is actually crucial for small businesses success when it comes to Analytics.
Below walks you through some of the reasons that “thank you” pages are so valuable, and then give you some tips for best practices when putting them together.
The ideal thank you page is a “thanks, and …” page. It confirms what’s just happened and advances the conversation in a logical direction.
In this post, Leadpages suggest a number of different ways you can transform your thank you pages and confirmation pages “thanks, and …” pages—that is, into hardworking members of your sales and marketing funnels.
This concept is fantastic and highly recommended. Ramsey, of Blog Tyrant, has created a process where he redirects his first time commentors to a squeeze page.
Getting your comments to redirect like this is an extremely good idea because it allows you to develop your relationship with first-time commenters as well as getting them closer to sign up to that ever important mailing list we all need. It’s a simple technique and definitely worth experimenting with.
Optimizing Your Thank You Page
By implementing a few of these simple tips, you can increase the ROI of your Thank You page no matter what business you’re in.
Whether you’re trying to gain more insight into your customers, close a sale or spread the word about your business, there’s no reason you can’t implement at least one of these quick and easy tips for your Thank You page.
In this post, Mention lists three case studies of smart companies using their thank you page as a true marketing resource, and gives you the step-by-step instructions for you to do the same thing.
Thank you pages are usually an after-thought, a quickie, a clumsily put up half-hearted meal. Why? Because all your effort and energy has gone into creating that high-converting landing page. And once a customer converts, you show them a template ‘thank you’ message which ends the conversation then and there.
This post contains 5 ways to optimize your thank you pages for reconversions, depending on what funnel offer they have taken
It doesn’t matter what business or niche you’re in. Implementing a few of these simple tips mentioned here will greatly boost the ROI of your Thank You pages.
One of the keys to converting on these Thank You pages is to create a “Message Match” between the content that was downloaded and your free trial or product. By following this formula, Grow And Convert are seeing conversion rates between about 7.5-11%. They share their experiences in this post.
A thank you page is the site page that someone is redirected to after filling out a form on your landing page. It’s where you bring back your navigation, deliver on the promise made on the last page (i.e. share the eBook, video, etc.), and most importantly, it’s your next opportunity to nurture the lead down the sales funnel.
Not sure how? In this article, Ramona Sukhraj shares 10 awesome thank you page examples that absolutely nailed lead.
Thank you pages are much more than pieces of virtual real estate on which to display gratitude and order numbers. These pages are an integral part of an optimized conversion system that, when used properly, can continue to boost your revenue.
This post has several examples of thank you pages that do an outstanding job of taking post-conversion to the next level.
Thank you pages are a perfect opportunity to not only make your visitors feel warm and fuzzy about their fresh conversion, but also help cultivate your visitor’s conversion momentum turning it into an actual sale, upsell opportunity, or even a lifetime customer.
A person who converted likes you. Now is the perfect time to ask for more.
The thank you page is actually a huge opportunity. And a missed opportunity for most websites. A visitor who takes action is likely to take a second action. So improving your thank you page is one of the easiest ways to improve website performance.
Here are some examples of those thank you page opportunities and how to capture them.