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Do Optional Form Fields Help (or Hurt) Conversion?
Thursday, 07 March 2013

How one required form field was hindering a 275% lift in conversion

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Topic: Do Optional Form Fields Help (or Hurt) Conversion? How one required form field was hindering a 275% lift in conversion

According to the MarketingSherpa 2012 Lead Generation Benchmark Report, nearly three quarter of marketers surveyed reported generating high-quality leads as a top challenge. In this Web clinic, Austin McCraw, Senior Editorial Analyst, MECLABS, and Jon Powell, Senior Manager, Research and Strategy, reveal a specialized case study in the use of optional form fields and their impact on lead flow.

In this Web clinic replay, you'll see how a luxury-home builder increased its lead rate 275% by strategically using optional form fields.

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The balance between quantity and quality of leads; the impact of making one form field optional –Cheryl

Some examples of multi-page fields –Alex

The key points were well expressed with data and key takeaways –Jo

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Austin McCraw
Jon Powell

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Paul Cheney

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Dennis Beard
Luke Thorpe

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Steven Beger
Selena Blue
Beth Caudell
Melissa Elbert
Erin Hogg
John Tackett

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Aimee Thompson

 


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