By making the CTA button text specific to the offer and encouraging users to commit to the trial box, Ruokaboksi decreased their drop-off rate by 18%.
Here’s exactly how they did it.
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Ruokaboksi is a meal-kit subscription service based in Finland.
To acquire new customers, the company mostly uses paid social media ads. These ads drive traffic to custom landing pages, where users can order a trial box of the meal kits at a discounted price.
When reviewing conversions on those landing pages, they noticed a drop-off rate of 49% at the final step of the funnel, where the user confirms their order.
The Fast Marketing tactic: Make the CTA button text specific to the offer
To encourage users to commit to the trial box, the team edited the text of the CTA button on the final step of the purchase funnel, making it more specific to the offer: they simply added the term “trial box.”
- Before: Confirm order at a discount (Vahvista tilaus etuhintaan)
- After: Confirm trial box order (Vahvista kokeiluboksin tilaus)
The result: 18% decrease in drop-off rates
The team ran this test between March and April 2023. These were the results:
- 18% decrease in landing page drop-off rates (from 49% to 40%).
- Decrease in CAC (customer acquisition cost) due to the increase in landing page conversions, all while still spending the same budget on ads.
- The CTA text aligns with the message on the landing page (trying just one box).
- The CTA text confirms what the user is ordering (trial box).
- This removes hesitations about getting locked into a fixed period or subscription.
Meet the specialist behind this tactic
Heiman Safeen is the Growth Officer at Ruokaboksi, responsible for customer acquisition and retention. He has over 8 years of experience in growth marketing, and was part of Ruokaboksi’s growth story, taking them from €3M to €21M in annual revenue within 2 years.
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