How the tone of an appeal affects clickthrough rate Experiment ID: #7387
Buckner International is a global ministry dedicated to the transformation and restoration of the lives we serve. We are a Christ-centered organization that delivers redemptive ministry to the most vulnerable from the beginning to the ending of life.
Timeframe: 9/8/2017 - 9/8/2017
Buckner International was sending an update on their Hurricane Harvey relief efforts with an appeal to raise more funds for their efforts. One email in the test took a “story” approach of a family affected, while the other email took a more urgent approach, with a direct ask for funds.
How does the tone of an appeal affect donor conversion rate?
|Treatment Name||Click Rate||Relative Difference||Confidence|
This experiment has a required sample size of 3,143 in order to be valid. Since the experiment had a total sample size of 4,743, and the level of confidence is not above 95% the experiment results are not valid.
Although this experiment didn’t validate, the 91% validation gives us a good look at the directional lift in giving from the urgent approach. The control had 4 gifts, while the treatment had 6 gifts, and an overall higher revenue total. The click-through rate had a direct correlation to the motivation of the donor in this case.