Now that You've Got their Attention, it's Time to Talk About the Problem...
On this sales page, we're not beating around the bush. Right at the top, there's a product image and some points that set your product apart. However, even though this is a very product-focused page, keep in mind that people buy solutions, not products.
With that in mind, use this text section to describe the problem your ideal customer has. Some frustration that might arise from using a competing product, for example.
The most important point here is that you can relate to the problem that your visitor is trying to solve.
How much time you want to spend on the pain points your visitor experiences depends on the product you're selling. For this template, we're going to transition from problems to solutions after just a short text section.
By choosing us you'll get the following benefits:
Describe the 3 most important things your product offers, in this section. Don't be afraid to repeat some or all of the points from the first section.
This section uses a combination of images (icons), subheadings and short text descriptions to communicate 3 benefits in a way that's easy to consume.
When describing these 3 benefits, always keep a solution focus. Your visitors are interested in the end result they can get more than in features and technicalities.
This Text Section is an Element You Can Repeat Several Times on Your Sales Page
Use this section to briefly describe a real example of how your product can lead to a specific result. Think of it as a mini case study, that adds an element of proof to the claims you make when talking about the features and benefits of your product.
The text section consists of a subheading, some paragraphs of text and occasional text highlights. You can repeat these same elements multiple times, whenever you need a few paragraphs to explain a specific feature or go into more details about some aspect of your offer.
Each one of these sections consists of a subheading, some text, a large image and a button. These sections turn dull features into eye-catching highlights and they're especially good for showing off screenshots from your product in action.
We've added a "Read More" button to each of these sections. For software products, there's a great opportunity to link each of these buttons to a video that demos the feature you describe in the section.
For more complex product, you might also want to link to a page with a more in-depth explanation of each feature.
For less complex products, you can also simply remove the button.
Use an image to visualize your product. Even if it's completely digital, the more you can relate your product to real world objects (books, electronic devices etc.) the more tangible it will seem.
Use this highlighted text section to describe your product and add a call to action: tell your visitor why they need to make the purchase right now.
"Now that we've presented all the main features and benefits of the product, we're moving on to another testimonials section, to bolster our claims with some social proof."
- Steve Jacobs (Company CEO)
We've already called visitors to purchase once and we're getting closer to the end of the sales page. The best use of a text section at this point of the page is to either address your visitor's objections (any reasons why they might hesitate to buy) or add a sense of urgency.
Describe why the decision to purchase should be made now, not later. What will your visitors miss out on, if they hesitate and leave the page? Anyone still reading is probably concerned about the cost of your product. Remind them that there is also a cost to not taking action and not making use of your excellent product.
You've already spent a lot of time selling visitors on the many benefits of your product, so at this point, you can start emphasizing the drawbacks for NOT using your product.
The above price comparison is an image. You can create a similar image of your own, or just use large text to show a price advantage that's available here.
This section is a repetition of the "buy now" section from above. Feel free to use the exact same call to action again.
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A section like this is perfect for addressing buyer objections and smaller concerns that your visitors might still have.
An easy way to get pre-sales feedback is to add a "Contact Us" link to the bottom of the page, so that visitors can send you questions by email.
You can also use the built-in exit intent feature to open a lightbox with a contact link and invite visitors to leave some feedback before they exit the site.
A great way to populate the FAQ section with questions is to invite pre-sales feedback from visitors. Your visitors will happily tell you exactly what questions are on their minds.
There are also many services you can use to add a live chat widget to a page like this. Inviting visitors to a live chat is a great way to learn about common questions and also increase sales conversions while you're at it.
We're using content toggles in this section, which allows you to present many questions in a compact form. Your visitors can easily read more about the questions they themselves have and ignore the rest.