If you design or approve banner ads, this test is for you. Click to guess which version of this banner got a 65% lift in conversions (not just clicks.)
Admittedly, I guessed wrong on this one. The two banners were identical except for button position and the fact that one had a headshot while the other didn’t. It’s a B2B test, but I think could inspire some B2C tests. The link again: http://whichtestwon.com
This is the first time we’ve ever published a banner test case study, so I’m really looking forward to your feedback.
By the way – Yeah! We won an award. Larry Chase’s WDFM named WhichTestWon one of the “Top 10 Internet Marketing Sites of 2009.” I guess it’s true, give and ye shall receive
Finally, this is our last test of 2009. So, have a great holiday season and we look forward to seeing you in January 2010!
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