Guarantee Seal? Or Just A Worded Guarantee?

by Sylvia Meier 6 replies
I am trying to set up my first sales page and was wondering what others think about using a guarantee seal or just simply the paragraph about the guarantee.

Does anyone know of any better conversion stats for having the image.

I know a lot of people will simple say test, but I was just looking for some warrior experiences.

I know as a consumer, I tend to prefer the image, its quick and easy, I don't really have to read word for word, just knowing that there is a money back guarantee tends to work.

And does anyone know where I can get one?

Sylvia
#main internet marketing discussion forum #guarantee #seal #worded
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  • Profile picture of the author nauquetta30
    Images works best, however I have had much success just wording it out. Since you appeal to seeing the image yourself then you should use an image.
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  • Profile picture of the author GrantFreeman
    Check out my sig and look at the examples there. If there's a seal you like, buy me a beer for a buck and it's yours.

    Grant
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Montgomery
      I've found that a certificate in addition to a seal
      has really improved my conversions.

      What you do is get an image of a certificate from
      a stock photo site and then edit it in a photoshop like
      program with some writing.

      Brad Callen has one at the seoelite.com sales page
      if I recall
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      • Profile picture of the author pmore
        I have tested this in 3 niches and I would definitely recommend you go with a guarantee seal. The certificate sounds like a good idea too - maybe I'll test it soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Bogowski
    Try Both

    In the end though you'll only know this through testing... Personally I have seen good results using a certificate with some 'hand written' text on it.

    Good Luck
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    • Profile picture of the author Steven Fullman
      Originally Posted by Mike Benkovich View Post

      Try Both

      In the end though you'll only know this through testing... Personally I have seen good results using a certificate with some 'hand written' text on it.

      Good Luck
      I agree with Mike ^^

      Test & Measure...but handwriting on a graphical certificate pulls better than most, according to my teachers.

      Steve
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