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15 Pricing Pages Featuring Imagery (rare)

Posted by Dan Slagen on Thu Feb 11, 2016 01:00 PM

So let me get this straight, you use imagery on your home page to increase engagement rates and imagery on your landing page to increase conversion rates…but you don’t have an image on your pricing page?  Test it!

1. The Pricing Page on appeagle.com

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Use imagery to make your pricing page look more professional.

2. The Pricing Page on box.com

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Starting your pricing with a nice image can be calming, instead of throwing folks right into the middle of your pricing plans causing anxiety.

3. The Pricing Page on 10times.com

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You can use relevant imagery to generate excitement amongst site visitors.

4. The Pricing Page on dissolve.com

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Use imagery to further represent your brand tone/messaging.

5. The Pricing Page on redbooth.com

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Use image overlays to highlight headline content.

6. The Pricing Page on lookat.io

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Use imagery + headline to further drive home CTA messaging.

7. The Pricing Page on localcreative.co

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Use imagery to accentuate aspirational marketing messaging.

8. The Pricing Page on shoptsie.com

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Use imagery to separate your pricing tiers, as shown below between Free and Premium.

9. The Pricing Page on liquidplanner.com

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Use imagery to help interested prospects visualize and relate to their team needs.

10. The Pricing Page on mindbodyonline.com

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Use imagery to showcase new or favorite features that your existing customers love.

11. The Pricing Page on mountary.com

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Use imagery to remind interested users about the final product they receive once they buy from you.

12. The Pricing Page on planningpod.com

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This image not only makes the page look more professional but also highlights two CTA buttons including a free trial and video.

13. The Pricing Page on ticketleap.com

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Use imagery to further explain your marketing messaging/headline/benefits/value-prop.

14. The Pricing Page on photoshelter.com

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Use imagery to instill a little FOMO and sense of urgency with your prospects.

15. The Pricing Page on mobizy.com

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This image makes users pause to consider the headline, and also adds a level of professionalism to the page.

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