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Lead Generation

Inbound Marketing Case Study: How One Manufacturer Increased Leads by 285%

If you were to ask any business leader what their main goals for their company are, the answer would most likely be something along the lines of increasing sales and leads. In fact, even if they mentioned other goals, such as improving website performance and SEO, or redesigning a website for better user experience — the main objective behind these actions is to get more people onto the site, ideally leading to more sales.

For Corrugated Metals, Inc., these were the goals in a nutshell. But as with many companies in the industrial space, carving out time to improve their online footprint was a daunting task. As a roll forming manufacturer creating necessary products for the construction, equipment, transportation, and defense industries, focusing on customer needs usually trumped their own business development.

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Website Design

A/B Test Example: The Arrow That Increased Form Submissions

Many manufacturers and industrial companies create a website and leave it untouched for months or even years and wonder why it isn't bringing in any high-quality leads. While an online presence is important to have, it is equally important to track your efforts and make continuous updates to your website to see where you can improve. Creating a new website and investing in digital marketing is not a one-and-done approach. But with patience and the right marketing team in place, it can increase lead dramatically. 

Read one to learn how a cold-root rolling manufacturer increased online leads by 75% after implementing a simple design change on their landing page. 

A/B Testing An Arrow

Our conversion experts came across studies which showed that directional cues are effective at drawing attention to different objects on a page. While these cues can take many forms – arrows, eyes, fingers, etc. – independent research by the folks over at ConversionXL showed that hand-drawn arrows were the most successful.

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Website Design

Left vs. Right Aligned Forms On Landing Pages

If you've ever wondered whether the forms on your landing pages should be on the left or right side of the page, you're not alone.

We decided to put this to the test on the contact page for one of our client's who specializes in custom metal stamping, Engineering Specialties, Inc. Now, you may be thinking that a small change such as which side of the page a form is on would have little difference in lead generation, but on the contrary, we've seen even simpler tweaks like adding an arrow above a form convert like crazy.

So, are you ready to see which side of the page the form should go on?

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