The attention spam of your visitors is down to seconds! How does that affect your SaaS Landing page?
How will you grab their attention, keep them engaged and convince a good enough amount to convert before they leave?
To do that it requires a really good SaaS landing page... Here's the ultimate guide for it.
I've used this process to create dozens and dozens of high converting SaaS Landing pages for my clients and I'm sharing my proven process in this article.
Just follow the template and the questions below. Your conversion rate is directly correlated to how well you answer them!
Not only will I show you my step-by-step SaaS Landing page process but this guide also includes free templates (no opt-in)!
🚨Warning: You need to read the article to know how to REALLY use them ;)
Before we even think about the homepage you need to think about positioning.
Why? Because this is how you stand out, how you seem better than you're competition and more importantly, seem like the perfect solution for your potential customer.
These positioning exercises tend to generate more powerful and lasting results than the rest of the article.
Just try to answer these and you should be able to find some ways in which you can stand out in your market.
This is the amount of clarity that generates results.
This is hard to follow internally as you usually need an outside perspective.
It takes a lot of follow up question with my clients until I guide them to the best answers.
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Let's move to the Landing page stuff... 👇
Here's what it means. Describe your product in one paragraph.
Sounds simple but it really isn't.
Here's why this is important: If you're describing the product in only on sentence than you can only fit the important stuff.
Here are several examples from Donald Miller, the creator of this concept (I think) or at least the guy that explains it best :)
The way he describes it is not good enough to create a whole landing page around it but it's a damn good start.
It's the foundation for any good SaaS Landing page project.
In fact, I usually turn this into the header (the top of your SaaS landing page).
I don't understand how 99% of landing pages don't introduce the problem they are solving and how painful it is.
People buy SaaS products to fix a problem so it needs to be stupid obvious which problem you fix and how.
Why? Because you can position your product as the perfect solution and you can remind them of how painful the problem is so they are more likely to take action to fix it.
Here's a simple exercise than can help you identify this 👇
This is an amazing exercise because it helps you not only identify the problems they have but also remind them of how big the gap his and how your product can reduce it.
Know that you explained how big their problem is and why their current process or tools are certainly not helping them getting them to their desired situation it's time to talk about your product.
Yes, you only talk about the product after explaining their problem. Remember, no one cares about you (or your product) they only care about themselves (and their goals/problems).
Check the SaaS Landing Page Cheatsheet to see how it works. (No email opt-ins!)
There are always costs to getting your product.
1) Your actual cost, aka the amount of money you charge per month. This can easily be overcome if you explain the product properly and if you compare the price to something else (price anchoring is the fancy term for this).
2) The switching cost. This is usually way bigger than your actual cost, at least that's what potential customers think... You need to make your product seem like an easy transition from their current process. To do this, you can show you have amazing support, great onboarding, guides, integrations with the tools they already use or even that you can import data from the tools they want to stop using and so on... (depends on your product).
3) Opportunity cost. This is pretty big too but not for you, for them. You can use it to your advantage by showing them how much are losing by not converting NOW. This will help you a lot to get them to convert as soon as possible because lack of urgency always kills the sale.
Are you optimising your messaging for all of these costs?
People are going to think about them anyway, so you might as well control what they think about them!
In 90% of my client projects potential customers are concerned about the following things:
Make sure you answer all of these in your page because if you don't... Most people won't bother to find out by themselves!
Show some of the results from your current customers.
Remember, no one likes to be the first at taking the risk of signing up for your product specially if it's high ticket (e.g. $2000+/year).
If your social proof doesn't match this criteria then people won't see themselves getting results... In that case, why should they convert?
After your brilliant product explanation (using this guide) you need to call your visitors to ACTION.
I don't care if you did that one time, two, three or ten... You need to do it again!
People are one click away from never coming back so you must make it easy to convert NOW!
To be clear, you should use both in your SaaS Landing page (unless you're using a bottom of the funnel page).
That's it! At this point a good enough chunk of your visitors should have converted and you're probably enjoying your new lambo ;)
For the best results make sure to follow the proven templates I've created for this (FREE!) 👇
For the best results possible make sure to get these free templates.
I used them for all of my clients projects and it took me years to perfect! Use a proven process and skip all of those unnecessary iterations and headaches.
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1) Lean Landing Page canvas - this will help you come up with all of the copy of your SaaS Landing page. Just answer the questions in the doc and everything will fall into place.
2) The SaaS Landing Cheatsheet -now that you have your copy (or at least the foundation) it's time to think about the structure. Luckily for you, I already have a proven formula you can steal and get awesome results from.
Use a proven process, no need to reinvent the wheel (specially if it already works so well)!
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These are very hard questions that hard to answer internally. Sometimes you just get to caught into the details or you're just used to how things have been that you're missing some awesome growth opportunities.
It happens with EVERYONE... People get insights even when they schedule a free strategy session.
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These templates are great and they have super powerful questions but all of the insights come from the FOLLOW UP questions.
You need to dig deep to find the best insights and that's something 99% of your competitors will never do!
Ask another person in your team to ask you hard follow up questions so you can make the most out of these exercises.
The deeper you go, the more insights you get, the more clarity you get, the better CONVERSIONS you'll get.
In the real world that's how it works! This is me ranting about all of the stupid conversion advice out there, in case you didn't get it :P
Choose one 👇
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