Why you need a customer thank-you page

A thank-you page is more than just good manners

If your website is working, your visitors will take action. They’ll buy something, subscribe to your blog or newsletter, download your content, and give you their email address. Eventually they may, or may not, become customers or clients. You can increase your customer base, and potential sales opportunities, by using a thank-you page.

When a visitor takes action on a website, typically they’ll receive a thank-you email in response to the action they took. Although it’s a nice gesture and good manners to thank your visitors, you really need to see that a simple thank-you gesture is really a missed opportunity. A really big one!

Instead of just sending a thank-you email or sending the visitor to a simple “thank-you” page, you could be inspiring your visitors to take a second action and improve your site’s performance, both at the same time.

“How do I do that,” you ask?

Here are some ideas. You can come up with even more  – just get creative!

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antique-blog-equipment-1262972 Why you need a customer thank-you page
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Use a customer thank-you page to avoid missed opportunities
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Instead of just sending a thank-you email or sending the visitor to a simple "thank-you" page, you should be inspiring your visitors to take a second action and improve your site's performance, both at the same time. Here's how-
Diane Metcalf
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