Is it a good idea to put "prices" in your pre-sell page?

by cloudchaser22 1 replies
Hey guys, I just need an opinion please. Do you think it's a good idea to put a prices of what your trying to promote in your pre-sell website?

For example, if you were promoting product ABC and put something like:

"Hey, you don't need to pay $100 dollars to solve this problem, ABC only costs $28 dollars. You can get it here."

Or is it a bad idea to put prices on your pre-sell website as this might drive potential buyers away?

Which do you think is a better for conversions?

Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
    Try both ways.

    I would lean toward no price though. I've tried PPC campaigns before where I put in the price, thinking it would steer the price shoppers away and only attract the serious buyers, but that had no effect on conversion rates, as I recall.
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