Companies have reported increased conversion rates when using video on landing pages.
Saint George, UT (PRWEB) May 11, 2012
Animated explainer videos improve landing pages in many areas, and here are four that are defined in detail.
Because technology is continually expanding and businesses are always looking for ways to increase traffic and improve their conversion rates, learning more about the current trends in advertising and promotion are very important to businesses. Just because a website was fabulously popular a year ago doesn't necessarily mean that it is still making conversions at the same high rate. Many people are finding that using an Animated Explainer Video is an excellent way to improve conversion rates.
One reason for this is the interest level that videos have over simply having text to read. In today's world, interest must be grabbed quickly and is easily lost. Being able to grab and hold attention is the key to getting conversions. Animated Explainer Videos move quickly and constantly as the scribing follows along with the voice to keep a person's attention much longer than just text or an audio clip. The clever pictures that are drawn and the injection of appropriate text keep the viewer interested and guessing what will come next. This keeps the attention focused, which is what most businesses want to happen on their landing pages.
Increased Conversion Rate
Statistics seem to uphold the notion that video keeps attention longer than just text does, as companies have reported increased conversion rates when using video on landing pages. When the overall marketing strategy has a landing page video to focus on, then email, social media, PPC advertising, SEO, and all promotions can drive prospective customers to the landing page where the video provokes a higher conversion rate.
Whether the Animated Explainer Video is designed to instruct for the purpose of training, describes the company and what it offers, explains a service provided by the company, or demonstrates a product, its fast-moving animation keeps the customer's attention riveted. The combination of visual and audio input provides more information to the customer who is then more willing to make a purchase or at least take the next step to learn more.