Pricing Pages: 303 Best Ideas for UX and Conversion Rate Improvement

Pricing Pages: 303 Best Ideas for UX and Conversion Rate Improvement

Always be up to Date subscribe to updates - December 10, 2010

After the blog post “Best Pricing Practices or Conventional Wisdom? Top Five Cloud Computing Pricing Trends You Probably Didn’t Know“ I wanted to follow up with a visual overview of all 317 websites I looked at for that post. Doing so will give you and me ideas on what the pricing pages of other SaaS providers look like, pick the favorites and learn.

I posted a screenshot of each site and gave my 2 cents from the conversion rate perspective. Each of the 303 sites (sorry some sites were gone or just to bad) got a small note under it with compliments and feedback.

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Update: Made a summary as part of the search for The Perfect Pricing Page


Originally published December 10, 2010 - Updated January 03, 2018

Written by Dennis van der Heijden

Co-founder and CEO of Convert.com passionate in building communities that care. Trying to make that happen inside and outside Convert. I love working with my team to make our A/B testing software better for agencies and e-commerce clients.
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Great work (at least the screenshots themselves) but inconveniently (at least for me) presented. May I ask you to create a pdf-file and send me a link, please? Ivan Ivan@interUX.com
Great work (at least the screenshots themselves) but inconveniently (at least for me) presented. May I ask you to create a pdf-file and send me a link, please? Ivan Ivan@interUX.com
    Hi Ivan, I was looking for a way to do this, but all I found is a print to PDF option like Bullzip. And it requires installation on your end. Since its so many pages its kind of impractical. Sorry..
      Testing out Bullzip now, never heard of it before. Thank you :-)
Hi Ivan, I was looking for a way to do this, but all I found is a print to PDF option like Bullzip. And it requires installation on your end. Since its so many pages its kind of impractical. Sorry..
Testing out Bullzip now, never heard of it before. Thank you :-)

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