Brand Awareness SEO Generates $1.58M in Revenue

SERVICES EMPLOYED: SEO

Overview

Your customers are searching for your brand, but they want to save money on their purchase.

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Coupon and discount websites exist, have invested in digital marketing strategies, and have gained enough trust from Google to earn visibility for your branded search terms.

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The following e-commerce business created its own deals page to explain current promotions and discounts in a tone that fits the brand message.

Admitting that they don’t typically offer discount and coupon codes, they treated this page as an opportunity to explain the brand’s value proposition and key selling points. This was enough to build the consumers’ trust (so that they would not leave the site to look for deals from competitors) and in fact make a purchase.

How They Did It

  • Called out right away that it is out of the norm they run discount codes, and explained how manufacturers control most of the promotional opportunities related to sales.
  • Pointed out the fact that they offer a price match policy and that it is prominent on every page of the site.
  • Reminded visitors of the everyday benefits of shopping with them.
    • Already low prices
    • Free shipping on purchases that meet a specific sales criteria
    • Excellent customer service with a nearly 10/10 reputation & rating
    • Rewards programs for cash toward future purchases
    • More HD videos of product reviews than any competitor

In the first year after the discount page’s launch it saw 21,000 visits and earned $1.58M in revenue.

Graph of increased visits

At that time it was the 38th most visited page and the 5th most profitable page on an e-commerce website with over 550K pages. The conversion rate was 1,384% higher than site average.

By ranking organically for discount queries, companies can avoid paying affiliate fees to coupon/deals sites that can charge up to 6%. In the above case, that would result in a $96,000 loss.