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The use of incentives is one of the most effective ways to counter friction and anxiety, therefore it can have a significant impact on conversion. But if you are currently using an incentive and it’s not having a major impact, you’re probably not using the right one — or your presentation is lacking.
In this video replay, Flint McGlaughlin not only gives messaging strategies for presenting incentives but also explains how you can identify the best incentive for your offer by using the MECLABS Perceived Value Differential Heuristic. He explains how to apply it with step-by-step instructions and examples.
PVD = Vp — C$n
“PVD” = Perceived Value Differential
“Vp” = Perceived Value of incentive
“C$n” = Net delivered Cost of incentive
Watch the video to learn how you can combine customer psychology with the power of PVD, rigorous testing and a smart set of hypotheses around incentives to maximize response rates, generate more leads and increase sales.
Here are some key points in the video:
- 4:53 Case study – Choosing the best Amazon gift card incentive
- 8:15 Case study – Online people search company addresses cart abandonment issue with incentive
- 16:33 The MECLABS Conversion Index
- 19:25 Key Principle #1 The objective of an incentive
- 25:37 Key Principle #2 Test your incentive
- 26:10 Key Principle #3 The ideal incentive has three components
- 27:49 Perceived Value Differential: 3 principles
- 36:32 Four ways to improve the presentation of the incentive
- 42:44 A step-by-step example of how to do a PVD calculation
MECLABS Landing Page Optimization Online Course – This on-demand course teaches more about incentive, PVD and ROI
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