[Split Test] Warranty Vs. No Warranty: Which Landing Page Increased Conversions 84.59%?


Can displaying a warranty affect a page’s conversion by almost 85%? In this case, the answer is yes!

Here, we have a split test that Nicolas Norton from The Adamantine System ran to determine if including warranty-related copy on the following landing page would impact its conversion rate:

Note: This page was originally written in Spanish. We translated it to English with Google Translate to give you an idea of what the content is about.

In Version B of this page, Nicolas added the following warranty section between the second call-to-action button and the PS:


In the battle of page content, warranty copy versus no warranty copy, which version do you think increased this page’s conversion rate from 8.72% to 16.10%?

Vote below to reveal the winning split test page and our analysis.

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Winner: Version B created an overall increase of 84.59%
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If you chose Version B, you are correct!

Version B, with a 100% probability of outperforming Version A, generated an 84.59% increase in conversion. Since the warranty copy was the only change made, these results indicate that it was at the root of the major conversion rate boost.

Here are a few speculations as to why Version B outperformed Version A:

  • Version B’s warranty copy relieved customer anxiety around how often the customer can revisit their classes and workshop program.
  • The warranty copy of Version B was also located in proximity to the Call-to-Action button (at the bottom of the page), a common area where customers may begin to develop doubts about a product or service.

If you offer a warranty of any kind, you should consider testing including it on your landing pages.

What Do You Think?

Did this test’s results surprise you? Why do you think Version B increased conversions so dramatically? Leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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  • A Plus VA Services

    No this didn’t surprise me! People want to know once they sign up for a course will they be able to continue on once the program is ended. Great idea!

    • John Nye

      Great point. Thanks for voting!