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[Social Kickstart Review] Is it Worth It? Which BONUS Package Is Most Valuable?

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Published on Oct 13, 2015

Social Kickstart Review - Is it really worth it? Click here for in-depth review and Exclusive Social Kickstart bonus package:
[+] http://emarketingchamps.weebly.com/so...

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Adding appropriate graphics to your sales page is very important - especially when you’re testing and improving your sales page in order to improve your overall conversion rate. In this guide, we’re going to explain why adding the proper graphics to your sale page is so vital, so let’s get started.

Firstly, quality graphics will give your sales page a professional appearance. Let’s face it, we’ve all seen those graphic-free sales pages that are often lacking engagement - and ultimately - they can become boring to read. This can negatively impact any campaigns you're running with Social Kickstart.

When you’re trying to close a sale online, you need to do everything you can to hold the attention of your reader, so incorporating quality graphics into the design is a very smart move.

Additionally, graphics can help you to explain certain concepts in a visual way, and some people respond better to this approach than words alone. As the old saying goes: a picture says a thousand words. So if you can use a graphic to quickly explain a key concept of your sales proposition, then you’ll ultimately boost your conversion rate in most cases.

However, to make the most of the graphics on your sales page - it’s important to carefully test the placement you choose. Studies have shown that image placement alone can affect a conversion rate by up to 15%! This means it’s something you’ll want to test and tweak regularly, just as you would your Social Kickstart bonus campaigns.

It’s also a good idea to use a caption alongside your graphic (especially if it relates to benefits of what you’re selling). This can help to ‘visually install’ a key sales fact into the mind of your prospect, and it will go a long way towards converting those readers who are primed to respond to visual data.

To summarize, using the right kind of graphics on your sales page will often give a fantastic improvement to your conversation rate, so it’s something you should always test.

If you’re weighing up the pros and cons of using graphics on your sales page, then this guide was written for you. Specifically, we’re going to make the case for always using graphics on your sales page - or at the very least - giving them a trial run to see how they affect conversion, so let’s begin.

To start with, graphics are a fantastic way to hold the attention of your reader. When someone finds your sales page online, it doesn’t matter how interested they may be in what you have to offer - you’re still going to struggle to hold their attention for duration it takes to read your entire sales page.Often, your web visitor will be browsing your site while keeping multiple tabs open, and a fun YouTube video is only ever a few clicks away.

With this in mind, graphics can help to slow your reader down and draw their attention back to your sales page. An impressive graphic will momentarily focus your reader on the image, and this is the perfect time to connect the image to one of the key benefits or features you have to offer. This strategy can also be used for your Social Kickstart campaigns.

It’s often useful to use a caption with a graphics as well - because this will help you to ‘slip in’ a key feature of benefit when you have your reader’s full attention.

Of course, another key benefit to using graphics on your sales page is that they give you a professional image. These days, any company worth their salt will have a range of informative and entertaining graphics that will entertain and educate the reader.

The sales pages that aren’t using graphics at all were often built with ‘web 1.0’ in mind - back in the days when everyone was using dial up modems to connect to the internet. But with the ever-increasing dominance of fast, broadband internet connections - there’s no excuse not to use graphics to aid your sales page.

Social Kickstart Review - Is it really worth it? Click here for in-depth review and Exclusive Social Kickstart bonus package:
[+] http://emarketingchamps.weebly.com/so...

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