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If he could find something that converts even better. So he came up with this $150 store credit contest offer: Screenshot showing a website The result? The new Greenland Email List increased email conversions (signups) by 87%. The takeaway here isn’t necessarily that a $150 store credit giveaway beats a 10% discount. It’s that you need to “test your offer.” There are a few reasons why giving away store credit may be a better strategy for
Your eCommerce store than discounting: Not everyone who visits your website is ready to buy right now. So a giveaway offer for store credit that shows across your whole site. In combination with a discount offer that shows on your cart page when people are ready to buy, may be a better strategy. A store credit is free money that doesn’t require any purchase commitment, and people love winning free things. If people are entering their email to win free store credit, then you know they are qualified leads and have a real interest in your products (they aren’t just entering their email to try to win some completely unrelated product like an iPad).