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5 Easy Ways To Tremendously Increase Your Crypto Website Call-To-Action Click Rate

What To Do With Your CTAs To Drastically Increase Your Crypto Website Performance

All the elements on your crypto website have some effect on the perception and actions that visitors will take after they land on it. There is at least one of your components that is pushing them to do something, and this is your call-to-action (CTA). Even though this is not a new discovery or not even something that you need a rocket science degree to figure out, about 70% of small businesses don’t have one.

Don’t fall into the same trap! The blockchain industry needs to learn from the mistakes of the web 2.0 world and do better. This is one of the reasons why I am writing this article—I want to help with this goal.

If you are still not sure if you should spend time working on your CTA (and this article), let me tell you this: there is a study that says that adding a CTA can increase your conversion rate by up to 80%. 

What is a call-to-action (CTA)?

A CTA is some sort of stimulus in the form of a word or short phrase on your website, email, or another piece of content encouraging visitors to take some desired action. It can be clickable text, a button, or an image that guides the viewer to the next step on his/her journey with your crypto brand.

Essentially, CTAs can prompt and drive viewer actions depending on the content’s goal or purpose. 

Why do you need a CTA on your crypto website?

The first and probably most important reason is that your CTA shows your visitors what’s the next step that they should take. In a world full of information in all shapes and forms and a short attention span, you need to do all possible to fight this.

One of the ways is to create a website for your crypto project that guides its visitors in the direction that you want (and is good for them). Without a CTA, your guidance will not be complete and the viewers won’t know what to do next even if it is obvious (maybe only for you).

Keep in mind that people are also expecting to see a call to action, so its absence may confuse them. This principle of expectations is rooted in our psychology. It has been studied by Bruner and Minturn and is called the perceptual set theory.

So now that you are convinced (I hope) that you need a CTA on your crypto website, let’s see how you can achieve the best results with it. 

How to Improve your CTA

1. Choose the right goal for your crypto website CTA

Crypto Website CTA Goal

To make your blockchain project successful, you need goals that can help you to achieve your mission and vision. All of them should be part of your crypto marketing strategy. Based on it you should decide which one your website is going to help you to reach: 

– Is it going to help you to increase your holders or investors?
– Is it going to help you to increase your community members?
– Is it going to help you to educate your visitors?

In any case, it is important to choose one main goal. Based on this decision it should be easy to pick the aim for the CTA of your website too. Having visitors that don’t understand what you want from them can be serious trouble. If your website is not giving you the results that you expect, check your CTA – is it helping or hindering?

2. One goal, better results

Crypto Website Goal

Having more than one goal for your CTAs can be disastrous for your crypto business. What I mean by that is that having a button asking people to join your community with a button to share on social media and a button that says “Buy our tokens” is seriously confusing. 

That’s why you need to be sure what action you want your visitors to take when they land on your website and that all signs point in this direction. Otherwise, they may see your amazing website, but don’t click on anything.

To solve this, aim to have one goal for your CTA on the home page of your crypto website, but put it in more than one place (pro tip). If you want to have other CTAs, make a landing page for each of them.

3. Remove distractions

No Distractions in a crypto website

The website structure has a tremendous role in the results that your webpage can deliver. That’s why when you are making your wireframe for it try to figure out where would be the most logical placements for your CTA. Based on that you should plan your whitespace in a way that supports that.

When there is a button, there should be a good amount of whitespace around and no distractions. You want the attention of your visitors to be attracted to the CTA. And if you have properly done your design and content work, there is a higher chance people to be enticed to click on your button, image, or hyperlinked text.

And this can be complemented by…

4. Making your crypto website CTA visible

One very common mistake that I see on crypto websites is that their button CTA is not attracting attention. If people can’t see it, how can they click it? That’s why it is really important to experiment with a few of its features to achieve better visibility:

– Color – the easiest way to make your CTA more attractive is to give it a contrasting color. You may use coloring that is part of your main brand colors, but this is not mandatory. In all cases, it should be something that has a different color than most of the elements around it.

I have seen many brands also use a separate color for their CTAs so they can train the visitors that when they see this color, they should click on it. And then they follow this color rule on all their pages.

I think that this is a good idea, but you should be careful.. Adding too many colors on a crypto page makes it look unprofessional. If you decide to go in this direction, it is important to mention that you should not fall into the trap that red is always better than green or that orange is better than both.

You will discover research done by different websites talking about how great red converts for them or how orange outperforms all other colors. When you are picking your color, it is a good idea to stick to the common practices for the colors of the CTAs. With that, you should pick the one that connects the most with your other brand colors, current website design, and most importantly – stands out.

Here is an example of a brand (Hubspot) that has decided to go through this route to test if it can get better results by changing its CTA button color and has seen a 21% increase in clicks.

Usage of color in CTA button

– Shape – When we talk about the size of button CTAs there are a few options here. In most cases, you should choose between oval and rectangular. Some experts say that the oval form is more attractive than the one with edges. But again, if your whole design is ridgy then a button with edges will probably connect better with your other elements. 

Shape usage in CTA button

(this is an example of the results that you can achieve by changing the shape of the button, but they have made a mistake by testing the color too)

– Size – among the experts there is a belief that bigger buttons attract more clicks. The main reason for this is that the larger the button, the more visibility it has.

This was demonstrated by a WiderFunnel case study in which increasing the size of the CTA button on a landing page led to a 32.5% increase in conversions.

That’s why combining a bigger button with a contrasting color and a better shape can drastically improve the chances of your visitors being enticed to click it.

But that’s not all…

5. Your crypto website CTA copy really matters

I am sure that you are already bored by seeing “Buy now” and “Add to cart” buttons everywhere; me too. Most of the eCommerce stores that we use these days are using this copy for their buttons because people are looking for them.

That’s good for those types of businesses, but we are talking about crypto websites here, a new industry where people don’t have such expectations except for seeing a CTA. You can (should) do many experiments here, but there are a few things that have been proven over time to help with the conversions:

– Personalization – one of the proven ways to improve clicks is to use the “my”, instead of “your” as part of your CTA copy. Here is one example by Unbounce – they found that simply changing the CTA wording from “Start your free 30-day trial” to “Start my free 30-day trial” resulted in a 90% (!!!) increase in clicks.

CTA Personalization

– Use action words – as we mentioned at the beginning of this article, the goal of the CTAs is to stimulate action, so, logically, action words can help with that (right?). Some of the most common among them are – buy, try, sign up, learn, shop, see, read, now.

Keep in mind that it is also good to stimulate urgency and FOMO (this common word in crypto) with your CTA text. There is a study by Eventbrite that shows that 69% of millennials experience the phenomenon and a similar study discovered that 60% of millennials make impulsive purchases because of it.

Here are some examples of CTAs that stimulate FOMO:

– Get Your Free 60-Day Trial Now!
– Download Now!
– Sign Up Now To Get 50% Off Today!

Pro tip: Using the word Free on your CTAs can have a dramatic positive effect on your results. This is one of the most powerful words in copywriting. If there is a way to incorporate it in your buttons, images, or text, please do, but only if it makes sense.

Final Thoughts

Now you have tactics in your arsenal to improve the CTAs clicks that can help you to boost your crypto website conversion rate. But there are two very important things that you should remember:

You should do tests

Reading somewhere that something can increase your conversion rate or click rate tremendously doesn’t mean that it will do the same for you. That’s why it is of high importance to test everything and trust no one.

When you are doing tests, make sure to send an equal amount of traffic to the control and the new version on the same day. It would be wrong to send traffic to the current version from Monday to Wednesday and to send traffic from Thursday to Sunday to the new one. And always test only one thing, not multiple, at the same time – for example, test only a new color of the button or a new shape, not both.

Use the right tools to measure the results

You can’t track what you can’t measure. That’s why it is really important to have tools like Google Analytics and Hotjar that can help you with your tests. Maybe you have heard about the first one, but you are probably hearing for the first time about this jar thing. Don’t worry, you are not alone.

Hotjar is a great visualization tool that can show you how your visitors behave on your page, for example where they click the most, and how far they scroll, and you can even watch recordings of your visitors. I truly love this tool, because it can show you a lot of directions, ideas, and opportunities for better website performance. It is not the only tool that can help you, but for me, it works the best.


Okay, I admit it, this is a pretty long article, but it is a truly important one. Having well-optimized CTAs can help you a lot. I have seen research that shows an increase of 200% in conversion rate just by changing the CTAs. That’s why I hope that you will act very seriously when you are working on this part of your website. And if you need help with the design or redesign of your crypto website, book a free consultation with me. My team and I would be delighted to help you!

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Polar is the CEO and team lead of Mainstream Cryptos. Originating from Europe, his transparency, trustworthiness, and sense of humor have helped him work with clients in the crypto industry to bring them success. He is a European serial entrepreneur with a background in marketing and design. His career evolved into becoming a best-selling author and marketing consultant.

Since 2020, he has been deeply focused on crypto marketing, website transformation, and investing. This has led him to be a co-founder of one crypto project, a CMO, and a crypto marketing advisor. His goal is to help you so your project can become a success.

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