OneMonth provides online courses and one method of getting m ore from current paid users that already have paid for one of their courses is to offer upsells within the course for specific tutorials that might be a key factor (for instance in this case main course was about Ruby on Rails, and the addon was how to set a payment gateway in a Ruby on Rails app).
By showing the pricing page only when users have used the product for a few days, Marker converts free users to paying more easily. After all, the golden rule of sales is to never tell your price until you’ve demonstrated value 🙂
Streak knows which other competitor ( Yesware ) might be in your browser if you are considering their tool and for that reason they ask you to remove that first, pointing out it might conflict with the app.
How many times have you found yourself checking out the landing page of the last trendy startup… where you don’t know where to click next? KnowYourCompany’s designers want to have your attentiontalways in just one c alltoaction, not in 3 or 4. Once you keep scrolling you can see how their topcenter CTA dissapears ans the topright one appears, until both dissapear to get your attention only in the CTA that will be displayed in the bottom form.
Import.io are testing a new user-experience approach, that from my point of view, it’s going to give them great results. If in the past, their main CTA was ‘download our app and try it’, now they have integrated a part of their app in the front part of their site, so you can test it without any download required. Btw, this capture would have not been possible without InternetArchive. Any donation to this nonprofit organization is always more than welcomed. Less steps to take before trying the application, certainly more users.
It’s cool to see how a website has some deference for its users – specially if those are the ones that made your website as successful as it is today, as it’s the case of Stackoverflow. If you reach a certain level of karma in your profile, they will show you less adverts while browsing their site. Less ads money, but more happy users that can contribute with more content. Score!
eToro takes the opportunity of asking you to invite more people… when you are withdrawing all the money you might have won through their platform.
GoDaddy knows that you are probably buying more than 1 domain within their tool. They take advantage when you are buying a new domain to ask you to extend the contract for another of your previous domains.
Codementor knows that there are more opportunities of having you sharing a referral link either when you are happy with their service, either when you have just spent some of your credit. Or both. After each session you might have with one of their mentors, a modal is triggered after you terminate the session, inviting you to get $25 free if you bring new users. In a similar way, Digital Ocean are doing the same but within their monthly invoices.