Infographics: The magical sales pages

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Hey everyone.

I've been noticing a lot more Infographic type sales pages lately, and I think that they are doing very well.

I know that when I read a sales page, I am much more likely to read everything on the info graph than just text. It is much more entertaining and professional and I could see it yielding much higher conversions.

What does everyone think of these and where could one go to get one made?

BTW: if you dont know what an infograph is it is one of those giant images that takes up the whole page that has a lot of pictures and graphs on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author MatthewNeer
    I think they got potential.

    Pretty much the same thing as a regular sales page though, expect probably more image based.

    At the end of the day, if you got an irresistible offer, it will sell and you don't have to do anything fancy to get those sales.

    Just tell people what you got, what it will do for them, and what they should do next.

    Cha-ching!
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    It's about presenting your information in a way that is easiest for your potential customers to consume. Infographic sales pages will not be suitable for every niche but for those where you have processes to outline, it can be a fun and engaging way to get your message across.
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  • Profile picture of the author activeseo
    First impression is the most important thing in sale pages, you could probably get same results if you can express yourself and provide with the most relevant info about your product..
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  • Profile picture of the author Adrian Int
    "[I]n virtually any situation, the person who presents their case most engagingly will - all other things being equal - always have the edge." -Lindsay Camp

    If your audience will find the graphics help them to read the sales letter and bring attention to important points, you've got a winner.

    If your audience has a short attention span, but likes bring colours and interesting shapes, you've got a winner.

    If your audience wants to buy sales graphics from you.... you'd better use them yourself. :-P


    In every scenario, their use will be dictated by your target market's wants/needs.


    Cheers,
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