1 In a Million Ecovers

Welcome to this review and report on 1 In a Million Ecovers. This is going to be slightly different than my usual reviews and you’ll see why in just a minute.

1 In a Million Ecovers is a collection of Photoshop action scripts that help you create all sorts of e-cover graphics for spicing up your landing pages and making product offers more enticing.  In today’s article, I’ve added two videos: The first one shows off how the action scripts work and the second one is about what kind of an effect adding a cover image has on conversion rates.

Video 1: Demonstration

In this video, you’ll see a quick demonstration of how the 1 In a Million Ecovers scripts work and what kind of cover graphics you can create with them.

Video 2: Conversion Rates

Here, I share some of the results I got from testing landing pages with and without e-cover graphics on them. I also share something that can make a big difference to everyone giving away free reports as a lead-magnet.


As I stated in the second video, for me there’s no question about using 1 In a Million Ecovers. It allows me to create several versions of a cover graphic very quickly, that I can then use for some split-testing and website optimization. And particularly since my tests always showed an increase in conversions from using graphics (albeit sometimes only a small one), it’s something I definitely want to include wherever possible. Hope you enjoyed this slightly different review style. :) Cheers,

About the Author Shane Melaugh

I'm the founder of ActiveGrowth and Thrive Themes and over the last years, I've created and marketed a dozen different software, information and SaaS products. Apart from running my business, I spend most of my time reading, learning, developing skills and helping other people develop theirs. On ActiveGrowth, I want to help you become a better entrepreneur and product creator. Read more about my story here.

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  • I read a few days ago I read that a small pamphlet type cover increases conversions. That really surprises me. But the reason you gave is the same one the other person gave.

    Me, I like substantial. I wonder if it makes any difference for a paid product vs a free product.

    I bet it really makes a difference on a $2000 product but we are seeing less of those these days. :)

    I can’t use this one right now because it doesn’t work with CS3 :(



    • Shane says:

      With a paid product, I’d reckon that the more expensive it is, the more an expansive visual representation of the product will help. I’ve never tested this, though.

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