Yoga Trapeze is a unique product from Yoga Body Naturals that from my research, was first made available in 2013. I came across the trapeze in a Facebook ad &...View More then saw it advertised on a fitness site, both promoting the product with a $1 trial. It's garnered tons of good reviews from yoga enthusiasts all over the web and even those who may not have been into yoga before. They intelligently advertise the trapeze as a device to relieve back pain & increase body strength & flexibility, allowing for a broader audience to embrace the product. Because there's likely skepticism & hesitation that occurs in the minds of these potential buyers, the $1 trial helps make the decision a bit more comforting. It's worth noting that Yoga Body Naturals is involved in much more than just the trapeze. They've built an empire that includes a yoga trainer academy, yoga fitness, a talk show and even nutritional supplements. The examples below showcase their $1 trial offer for the Yoga Trapeze.
This is a product that's meant to be experienced. Showing a photo of the product would look boring compared to its use which is why they include photos of the product in action. When you're marketing a product that has a fascinating usage or creates fast results, think of how you can showcase that in an image (even a GIF where applicable). If you can quickly show how a product works & it's impressive, it can accelerate a person's buying decision significantly.
The $1 trial is appropriately used to lessen the worry of paying full price for something a buyer may quickly find isn't right for them. Because it's not a self-explanatory item, purchase decisions will likely have some skepticism & the idea of "trying" it for only $1 feels a lot less stressful then "buying" it over the internet & hoping you like it.
Whenever you're marketing a trial, remember to be very specific about what will happen next. How many days do they have to try it? When will the trial end? When will there card be charged? How hard is it to cancel? Is shipping paid for? and so on.
Take note of how their pop-up seems like it has an opt-out option, but really contains two buy buttons. It represents the power of accustomed behavior and layout. We're used to pop-ups having two options that look different and include an opt-in & opt-out option.
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