This year at Traffic & Conversion Summit 2017 we unveiled an exciting addition to our roster of conversion-improving tools and features.
Introducing the New and Improved ClickBank Order Form
This new version of the order form is now completely mobile responsive and reimagined with an updated, modern look. By enhancing the customer experience the new order form will improve your conversion rates and keep your brand front and center for a seamless purchase experience. The new version of the Advanced Custom Order Form is simplified, making it easier to create the order form you want.
“By enhancing the customer experience the new order form will improve your conversion rates and keep your brand front and center for a seamless purchase experience”
Perhaps most importantly, the new order form also enables cart abandonment notifications and emails. Once you have this pilot feature enabled, you can receive notifications when a customer reaches the order form but doesn’t complete it, and automatically send them followup emails, which can even include coupons as an added incentive.
Below are a few examples of the new order form in action:
So How Do I Get Started?
If you’re using our standard order form or basic customization, we’ve got you covered. Once we roll out the new order form, your customers will start seeing the new one automatically.
Along with the new look, we’ve made some changes to the Advanced Custom Order Form (ACOF) process. There’s a new bundle and new variables, which will be easier to work with. The upshot of the bundle changes, though, is if you’re currently using an Advanced Custom Order Form, you’ll need to migrate to the new version. These migrations must take place before early September when support for our old older form is phased out entirely.
As of today today, you’ll be able to upload new ACOF files for review. Once we roll out the new order form, you’ll be able to use either old or new ACOFs for a few months. Old-style ACOFs will go to the old order form with your ACOF modifications, while new-style ACOFs will use the new order form.
For more information, you can take a look at the Advanced Custom Order Form Knowledge Base article. It includes a few templates, showing you how you can use the new ACOF capabilities.
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