Implementing Interactive Demos for Multiple Product Lines

Implementing Interactive Demos for Multiple Product Lines

Enterprise products typically serve multiple use cases, which presents challenges for marketers in tailoring their messaging and content to diverse audience segments. One common question we receive is how to incorporate every feature relevant to various personas into an interactive demo.

The great news is that you don't have to squeeze everything into a single demo. Instead, you can create multiple demos, each focused on a specific use case.

Many of our customers have already adopted this approach. In our State of the Interactive Product Demo report, we discovered that, on average, customers had nine different demos.

In the following sections, we will showcase how other customers have successfully divided their demos based on different product lines or use cases. You can follow their examples and implement a similar strategy to effectively cater to your target audience.

How to create interactive demos for multiple use cases

Discover three effective approaches for showcasing multiple use cases with interactive demos. Explore how B2B SaaS companies are implementing these methods and learn how your organization can benefit from them.

Option 1 - Employ branching

Studies have shown that interactive demos with shorter introductory sections tend to have better completion rates. Take advantage of this knowledge by crafting straightforward and brief demos for each use case, grabbing users' attention. Afterwards, guide them to related demos that explore specific aspects in more detail. By keeping the demos concise, you can sustain user motivation while introducing prospects to other compelling product features, thereby boosting the likelihood of conversions. Alternatively, you can provide visitors with the option to select their preferred demo right from the beginning.

Option 2 - Integrate a checklist

By including a checklist in your interactive demo, you provide users with choices and encourage their active involvement. The ability to check off items on the list gives users a sense of achievement. If they have specific areas of interest, they can directly navigate to those sections. Our research indicates that checklists effectively minimize user drop-off, with completion rates increasing by an average of 17%.

Option 3 - Establish a demo library

Creating a demo library offers a highly advanced and effective approach to meet the needs of a diverse audience. Within the library, you can showcase multiple demos that highlight the features specifically tailored to each ideal customer persona. Prospects can easily navigate through the library, selecting the demo that resonates with their unique use case, leading them directly to a captivating "aha" moment.

This visualization of how your product addresses their specific challenges significantly influences conversion rates. Furthermore, each interactive demo in the library is designed to be concise, enabling users to explore all the relevant tours corresponding to their specific use case.

Consider Supademo as your go-to choice for fulfilling each of these needs.

Supademo offers a powerful and comprehensive solution for implementing interactive demos across multiple product lines. Its AI-driven platform, branching capabilities, checklist integration, and demo library support enable you to deliver tailored and impactful demos that resonate with your target audience. By utilizing Supademo, you can effectively engage prospects, showcase the value of your products, and drive conversion rates to new heights.