Every successful marketer will tell you the importance of trying different headlines on your sales and squeeze pages in order to maximize your sales and opt-ins. Put simply, the headline on your page determines whether people will even bother to read the rest of your page. It's not easy to tell which headlines will convert well just by looking at them - but finding a good headline can easily double (or more) the response to your offer. However, if you're like most marketers, you probably don't bother testing different headlines on any of your web pages. It's just too much hassle!
Now though I'd like to tell you about a really easy way to test different headlines. Something that can be setup in 2 minutes flat and which will find the best headline for your offer automatically. It's a very simple solution - but it carries HUGE benefits. Here's the solution in a nutshell...
The special script will automatically show each of your headlines in turn to successive visitors to your site and measure the response to each. Once each headline has been viewed by 100 visitors (or a different number chosen by you), the test will stop. The best performing headline will then be selected automatically - and then shown to all future visitors. Getting the best headline for your offer just doesn't get any easier than this!
Test Any Other Text On Your Page Too
Although the primary purpose of the software is to test the headline, the software actually has three separate text entries (headline, sub-heading and sub-sub-heading). The sub-heading and sub-sub-heading can be used for anything you want - from a single line of text to a full block of text. This powerful feature allows you to easily test different versions of any text on your sales or squeeze page automatically.
The software offers a simple "set and forget" feature which shows each headline to 100 visitors (or a different number chosen by you) and then selects the best option.
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