The report was based on data from an October and November 2014 survey of 262 professionals who are responsible for, or influence, B2B purchase decisions; 94% of respondents are based in the United States.
In addition to contact details, survey respondents say, About/team bio information and traditional marketing collateral, such as research reports, case studies, and whitepapers, also help to establish credibility on a vendor site.
Below, additional key findings from the report.
- 86% of respondents want to see product/services information on the homepage of a vendor website.
- 64% want to see contact information on the homepage.
- 52% want to see about/company information on the homepage.
- 51% of respondents say thorough contact information is the element most lacking on vendor websites.
- 37% say a client list is the element most lacking on vendor websites.
- 59% of respondents say a lack of technical support information is the sales and product element most lacking on vendor websites.
- 57% say pricing is the sales and product element most lack on vendor websites.
Why Buyers Leave Sites
- 46% of respondents say they'll leave a vendor website because of a lack of message/can’t tell what the company does.
- 44% will leave a vendor site if they can't easily find contact information.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in October and November 2014 among 262 professionals who are responsible for, or influence, B2B purchase decisions; 94% of respondents were from the United States.
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