Learn how the smartest marketers use Evidence to increase conversions
Your 15 minute demo includes how to:
Connect Evidence to your website
Capture conversions from any platform
Customize notifications to match your branding
Create and manage campaigns
Calculate the ROI of using real-time social proof
Simple, powerful, affordable. See it for yourself by booking your Evidence demo now.
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Conversion Tools That Actually Work
Evidence has multiple options to help you trigger the right emotion that converts.
Show the real actions taken by real people. Whether your site has micro conversions, like downloads or appointment bookings, or full conversions, like purchases, these are actions that help future site visitors convert by building buyer confidence.
If your product is crushing it, brag about it using Streaks. This notification type shows the number of actions over a given time, such as site visits, purchases, registrations, or downloads.
Trigger the fear-of-missing-out emotion by showing how many people are visiting your site or viewing a particular product at that very moment. This notification type helps build buyer urgency.
Deliver targeted, well-timed messages to your site visitors. This tool is perfect for driving engagement and interaction with new blog posts, videos, podcasts, events, webinars, booking calendars and more.
"Trust is the biggest hurdle. And trust largely comes from social proof. Social proof is the story we end up believing. Your job as a marketer, then, is to take the threads of social proof and weave them together into something powerful."
Expert Marketer & Best-Selling Author
“Nothing beats live social proof.”
Entrepreneur, Investor & Influencer
“When people are uncertain, they look to the actions of others to guide their own actions.”
Professor Emeritus of Psychology, ASU
Best Selling Author
“The dominant social force that drives our thinking and our actions is the unconscious search and need for social proof.”