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Using Analytics to Measure Your Landing Page Performance

Using Analytics to Measure Your Landing Page Performance | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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This article focuses on using Google Analytics for analyzing landing page performance.

 

We’ll cover some basic and advanced topics:

 

1. Getting and setting up Google Analytics
2. Understanding the main dashboard
3. Remedying bounce rate issues
4. Setting up goals
5. Landing page specific data sets

 

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How Long Should Your Landing Page Forms Be?

How Long Should Your Landing Page Forms Be? | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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As marketers everywhere struggle to strike the right balance between requiring too much and too little information, many are left thinking, what's the magical form field sweet spot?

 

There are a number of factors contributing to your landing page's conversion rate, and form length is only one of them.

 

It's important to recognize this, because you shouldn't just assume that adjusting the length of your form will always have a major influence on your page's conversion rate or the types of leads it generates.

 

Note some of these other major factors that contribute to whether a landing page visitor will complete the form:

 

1. The value of the offer to be redeemed. (Is it valuable enough to the visitor to be worth the form completion?)


2. The types of information requested on the form. (Does the form ask for too-sensitive information that dissuades visitors from completing the form?)

 

3. Website credibility and visitors' perceived sense of privacy/security. (Does the visitor trust the website enough to feel secure in providing their personal information?)

 

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Do You Need More New Leads, or More High Quality Leads?

  

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5 Ways To Create Social Landing Pages That Convert

5 Ways To Create Social Landing Pages That Convert | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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In this post you’ll learn how to contemporize your landing pages with the latest social media techniques.

 

A social landing page often has the same goals, but in addition they should enable:

 

1. Sharing the page/offer with your network 
2. Bookmarking 
3. Leaving a comment 

 

 

The 5 rules of Social Landing Pages:

 

1. Make it easy to share

2. Social Proof and Conversion

3. The Fear of Public Tweeting

4. Social Lead Gen – The Tweet Exchange

5. Leveraging Confirmation Pages – When to be Social

 

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Six Tips For Landing Page User Optimization That Will Drive Conversions

Six Tips For Landing Page User Optimization That Will Drive Conversions | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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These tips for user-friendly landing page optimization can boost SEO, but - even more importantly - they can help encourage website conversions.

 

So how do you optimize your landing pages?

 

The whole reason you want landing page visibility is because you want people to find these pages and do business with you.

 

A page with perfect technical SEO means nothing for your bottom line if site visitors don’t get a good impression of your brand from the page.

  

First, we’ll take a look at why considering the user and investing in content marketing is essential to optimizing your page for maximum visibility – whether through paid or organic search.

 

Then we’ll jump into six tips for landing page optimization that will appeal to your target audiences.

 

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The 12-Step Landing Page Rehab Program

The 12-Step Landing Page Rehab Program | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Learn how to apply conversion centered design techniques to your landing page conversion funnel using the 12-step landing page rehab program.

 

STEP 1 – Separate Landing for each Traffic Source

STEP 2 – A/B Test Your Landing Pages

STEP 3 – Match Ad with Your Landing Page 

STEP 4 – Context of Use

STEP 5 – Use Videos to Increase Conversions

STEP 6 – Use Directional Cues to Lead the Way

STEP 7 –  Balance of Data vs. Conversion Rate

STEP 8 –  Writing & Edit Ruthlessly

STEP 9 –  Make it Easy to Share

STEP 10 – Leverage Social Proof & Trust Devices

STEP 11 – One Page, One Purpose

STEP 12 – Post-Conversion Marketing

 

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10 Ways to Make Call To Action Convert Better

10 Ways to Make Call To Action Convert Better | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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The call to action (CTA) is the most important part of a landing page, designed to convince visitors to take the next step or complete a specified action.

 

The problem is that most calls to action are totally lame, and thus ineffective.

 

Here, we take a look at what can turn a loser of a CTA into a conversion rockstar: 

 

Part 1: Design Elements for CTA Conversion Success

 

1. Size Matters

The CTA should be larger than other elements on the page.

 

2. Obviousness

A clear title and inset descriptors of the form fields.

 

3. Whitespace

Can help readers make visual connections between page elements.

 

4. Color & Contrast

One of the simplest ways to make a CTA stand out is to make it a color that’s in sharp contrast to the page background or to the page as a whole.

 

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13 Best Tips To Increase The Conversion Of Your Landing Pages

13 Best Tips To Increase The Conversion Of Your Landing Pages | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO), has been born out of the intense need to transform traffic into transactions.

 

So without further ado, we throw our top 13 best tips to increase the conversion of your landing pages and improve your business.

 

1. Test, Test, Test

Start testing before you even start spending.

 

2. Epic headlines

Be specific, be brief, and be compelling.

 

3. Write Killer Copy

Clarity is king in conversion-driving copy.

 

4. Eliminate Options

Less friction means more conversions.

 

5. Ask for the absolute bare minimum

Fight for Fewer Fields! It’s our new call to action.

 

6. Keep it above the fold

The fact is, people don’t scroll on a landing page unless they’re really, really intrigued.

 

7. Use Real, Happy People

Trust is huge in conversion, and people trust people.

 

8. Try a Video

Try a video that shows off the benefits of the product in action.

 

9. Use Social Proof

Logos, Likes, Pins – whatever it is, show the visitor that other people love your stuff.

 

10. Design for Context

Different inbound traffic sources have different needs and expectations.

 

 

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7 Free or Low Cost Tools to Improve Landing Page Conversion Rates

7 Free or Low Cost Tools to Improve Landing Page Conversion Rates | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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A great landing page can easily increase conversion rates between 100 and 300 percent.

 

The process to getting a great landing page is deceptively simple and endlessly iterative:

 

1. Analyze

2. Design

3. Launch

4. TEST

5. Repeat :)

 

In this article you can find 7 LOW COST or FREE TOOLS will help you find fresh ideas for testing and make it easier to get those ideas into market more quickly.

 

You can try them all for a grand total of $157.

 

1. ClickTest (Free)

2. UserTesting ($39/test or $29 for your first order)

3. Concept Feedback ($99 per expert review)

4. Google Analytics (Free)

5. Balsamiq ( $79 desktop version -$12/month for web version)

6. Notable ($19+/month)

7. Unbounce (Free plan to start and $50/month)

 

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The 8 Questions That Create Perfect Landing Page Copy

The 8 Questions That Create Perfect Landing Page Copy | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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These 8 simple questions will kick start your writing and guide you through the process of crafting high impact landing page copy that converts.

 

The questions are divided into two groups:

 

Group A > Before you start writing your first draft

Group B > After you’ve written your first draft.

 

 

Group A: questions to ask yourself before you start writing your first draft:

 

1. “What’s the purpose of my landing page?”

Define one clear goal for your landing page – one specific measurable action you want your prospects to execute – and focus your landing page copy on building momentum for that one action.

 

2. “What, precisely, am I offering my prospects?”

Make sure you understand all the aspects of the offer your presenting – every feature, benefit, selling point, term, and condition – before you even start writing a single word.

 

3. “How will my prospects benefit from what I’m offering them?”

Take the time to write all the features and benefits down and make a prioritized list based on what you know about your target audience.

 

4. “What do my prospects need to know in order to accept my offer?”

The better you know your target audience and understand their motivations and barriers, the easier it will be for you to give them the right information.

 

 

Group B: questions to ask yourself after you’re done writing your first draft:

 

1. “Have I given my prospects a good reason to accept my offer?”

Read your copy and make sure that you’ve covered the most important selling points, features and benefits.

 

2. “Have I summarized the strongest selling point/points in the title?”

Your title is the most prominent part of your landing page. Moreover, it’s the one part of your copy you can be 99.9% sure your prospects will read.

  

3. “Is there anything I can leave out?”

The more specific and targeted your landing page is, the better. So go through your copy, look for redundant passages and edit ruthlessly.

 

4. “Will the design support the copy?”

Make sure that both copy and design support each other and the goal of your landing page.

 

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Read the full article here > http://blog.kissmetrics.com/high-impact-landing-copy/

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5 Businesses That Used A/B Tests to Lift Conversion Rates by up to 216%

5 Businesses That Used A/B Tests to Lift Conversion Rates by up to 216% | Landing Page World | Scoop.it
Read 5 case studies that show how businesses boosted their conversion rates by up to 216% through A/B testing.

 

 

1. WriteWork

 

Page A – WriteWork’s original landing page showed no clear benefits for shoopers who responded to the Call to Action (CTA), reducing conversions

 

Page B – The new page made highlights benefits to customers and helped to reduce the bounce rate

 

 

2. RJ Metrics

 

Page A – RJ Metrics original landing page was busy with a video explaining the product. The CTA is small and does not provide any information as to what the free trial entails.

 

Page B – The revamped page removed the busy video, significantly increased the size of the CTA and specifically defines the benefits to the customer who opts for the demo.

 

 

3. Obama08

 

Page A – The Obama team tested several combinations of visuals and CTAs to identify the most effective pair.

 

Page B – The winning combination engaged emotion with the image of the Obama family in conjunction with the Learn More button.

 

 

4. Kwik Fit

 

Page A – The original affiliate landing page was text heavy with many of the unique benefits falling below the fold.

 

Page B – The winning design optimized the sites content and helped Kwik Fit meet its goal to increase conversions.

 

 

5. Buy Real Twitter Followers

 

Page A – The original Buy Real Twitter Followers homepage is text heavy which many visitors would simply skim through.

 

Page B – A simple addition of a video maximizes the content by drawing attention to the product information.

 

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Landing Pages Guide 101: Create Landing Pages that Work

Landing Pages Guide 101: Create Landing Pages that Work | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

In this guide you will be taken through each important step in order to create a successful, landing page that converts visitors into customers.

 

This guide is separated into sections starting from landing page structure, color usage, copywriting, how to write great headlines, tips on how to improve an existing landing page, templates, tools to use, A/B testing tools, analysis of some of the best landing page examples and more.

 

In this guide you will find comprehensive and practical information covering all aspects about Landing Pages;

 

1. One Clear Call to Action 

2. Clear Headlines

3. Page Content

3. Use Bullet points and lists

4. Use Images

5. Use Videos

6. Social Promotion

7. Provide security

8. Call to action

9. Thank you page

10. Colors

11. Pick the right font

12. Pricing tables

13. Tips on how to create, or improve, your landing page

14. Learn art of copywriting

15. Templates to get you started

16. Online tools you can use to create landing pages

17. A/B testing

18. Measure Results

19. Blogs to read to get even more

 

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10 Landing Pages that are Crushing it with Video

10 Landing Pages that are Crushing it with Video | Landing Page World | Scoop.it
Check out 10 great examples of companies using video on their landing pages and not just their homepages to improve conversion rates.

 

Here are 10 examples of pages that are crushing it with video.

 

1. Intuit - They include customer testimonial videos allowing visitors to see what others are saying about the product.

 

2. Google - The use of a coupon. Give something away for free to get your users into the door. We all can’t do it, but if you can it can really help conversions.

 

3. Path - Emotional connections. Rather than showing you the features (ie sharing with close friends).

 

4. UPS - Success stories. Using a well-known and well-liked brand such as Zappos will lead to increased conversions.

 

5. Optimizely - No signup required. Allowing users to test drive your service with little or no barriers can lead to increased conversions.

 

6. Zoho Books - Rather than making users read through all the features, Zoho Books shows you everything you can do in a quick 60 second video.

 

7. Groupon - The use of video to get unsubcribers to re-subscribe is utterly genius.

 

8. Animoto - Animoto uses a call-to-action as their thumbnail which can dramatically increase views.

 

9. VisibleGains - Huge focus on video. The video occupies a majority of the landing page and gives you a taste of the webinar.

 

10. Dropbox -  The video thumbnail is beautifully designed and is incorporated with the logo itself.

 

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Landing Page Video Review - Good Signal YouTube Channel

Landing Page Video Review - Good Signal YouTube Channel | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

Good Signal is all about turning more website visitors into customers.

This YouTube channel will include both good and bad examples of landing page design, with useful explanations which should help you to improve the effectiveness of your own website.

 

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Why the Landing Page of the 2011 App of the Year Is Just “Okay”

Why the Landing Page of the 2011 App of the Year Is Just “Okay” | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Let’s look at a fairly good landing page design to see what works and how to improve it with the hopes that it can inspire you to create some rock-solid, high-converting landing pages.

 

Our example today is Instagram.

 

It’s a great example of design is marketing, and provides an immediate sense that this landing page can be trusted.

 

1.“Free Download” Starburst

2. Instagram Tag Line

3. Headline

4. Copy

5. Call to Action

6. Social Proof

7. Endorsements

8. Testimonials

 

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Building Mobile Landing Pages that Succeed in Mobile Search

Building Mobile Landing Pages that Succeed in Mobile Search | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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The question is: how effective are these pages in the context of mobile search?

 

The first thing you’ll want to investigate is whether or not these landing pages can be read by a search engine.

 

Here are a few features to look at closely:

 

1. Dynamic Pages

2. On-Page Coding

3. Navigation

4. Flash

 

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Masterful Landing Page Optimization

Masterful Landing Page Optimization | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Deep landing page optimization begins with a keen understanding of the anatomy of a landing page– its elements and sub-elements, rounds upon rounds of meaningful testing, followed thoughtful implementation based on test results. 

 

A simple yet powerful framework for understanding the key elements of a landing page, to a three-step formula (the Conversion Trinity) for optimizing landing page elements for optimal success, even a lesson on why customers should be treated like beagle!

 

No matter how much traffic you get to your website, the average conversion rates still stands at a dismal 2%.

 

In other words, most websites don’t have a traffic problem– but nearly every site has a conversion problem.

 

Companies typically spend $92 to bring customers to their sites… but only $1 worth converts.

 

Keep in mind- you can optimize all you want, but at the end of the day if what you’re focusing on is the color of the GET IT NOW button, you’re just putting lipstick on a PIG!

 

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To discover:

 

- 4 Types of People Who Search, Defined by How They Search

- The Conversion Trinity

- The Anatomy of a Landing Page

 

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The 10 Commandments of Landing Pages That Work

The 10 Commandments of Landing Pages That Work | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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These are 10 Commandments of Landing Pages That Work. Bind them to your mind, let them flow through your pen…

 

1. Thy landing page shalt have but one goal

2. Thou shalt not litter thy landing page with false imagery

3. Thou shalt not take the name of an authority in vain

4. Honor thy whitespace

5. Honor thy host, bandwidth, and client

6. Thou shalt not kill

7. Thou shalt not adulterate thy premise

8. Thou shalt not steal

9. Thou shalt not bear false witness

10. Thou shalt not covet

 

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How To Create An Effective Landing Page That Work

How To Create An Effective Landing Page That Work | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Having knowledge on how to create an effective landing page can increase the number of site visitors that take the desired action?

 

Lets discuss factors and considerations that can lead to a better landing page design.

 

Three popular reasons for creating a landing page are:

 

1. Get people to sign up (whether it’s for an account, a newsletter, etc.)
2. Sell a specific product in a specific situation (like a sale or a promotion)
3. Get people to download and install software

 

The important components and factors of a good landing page design are:

 

1. Call to Action

2. Headline

3. Simplicity

4. Eye Flow

5. Relevance

6. Reduce the Risk for Taking Action

7. Scarcity

8. Trust Elements

 

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10 Landing Page Reviews To Learn What To Do (And Don't)

10 Landing Page Reviews To Learn What To Do (And Don't) | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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The landing pages reviewed in this collection were found by performing a search for “Graphic Design” in Google, and then looking through the resulting ads on the sidebar.

 

I wanted to carefully examine how these landing pages were designed.

 

What I found was a diverse array of designs that make a nice compare and contrast study.

 

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These is the list of all the landing pages reviewed:

 

1. HP Z1 Workstation

2. Yahoo! Small Business

3, Triad Web Design

4. Unity Mobile

5. Campus Explorer

6. 99 Designs

7. Art Institute of Pittsburgh

8. Intuit

9. Shutterstock

10. Logo Design Pros

 

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7-Point Checklist for Powerful Landing Page Copy

7-Point Checklist for Powerful Landing Page Copy | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Learn how to write compelling landing page copy that helps engage visitors and yield a better conversion rate.

 

if you're looking for the quickest way to create a great landing page, invest your time in creating copy that follows these 7 landing page copywriting best practices.

 

1. Use Action-Oriented Language

If within 3 seconds, a site visitor can't glean what exactly they can do on that page, they click the back button.

 

2. Use Value-Oriented Language

The value is the "so what?" of your landing page copy. Use language to convince visitors that the time they'll spend filling out your form is worth it for the offer they'll receive

 

3. Use Reader Keywords

What is a reader keyword? It's a phrase I just made up to describe the keywords a reader -- not a search engine, a reader -- will look for while scanning your page to understand what the page is about.

 

4. Write Using the Second Person

Writing in the second person means instead of saying "I," you speak in your readers' terms by saying "You" and "Your."

 

5. Go for Clarity Over Creativity

You're on a timer. It's set for 3 seconds. There's no time for fluffy language.

 

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Landing Pages 3.0: How Content & Context Plays A More Meaningful Role

Landing Pages 3.0: How Content & Context Plays A More Meaningful Role | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Landing pages have evolved a lot over the past five years. Back in 2007, landing pages were almost cliché — what I would call Landing Pages 1.0

 

 

Landing Pages 1.0

 

The prototypical structure: a headline, a short description or some bullets, a small image (“hero shot”), and a form.

 

Most of the fields on the form were required. The “submit” button was still in vogue. And the payoff for filling out the form? A phone call from a sales rep.

 

 

Landing Pages 2.0: The Beginning Of Best Practices

 

Best practices were things that everyone using landing pages could — or should — follow.

 

They included:

- A/B and multivariate (MVT) testing — test, test, test your ideas
- “message match” continuity between ads/emails and their landing pages
- shorter and friendlier forms with better calls-to-action (CTAs)
- emphasis on text content (not Flash!) to improve SEO and quality scores
- “social proof” with logos, awards, certifications, testimonials, etc.

 

Landing pages were definitely getting better at persuading people to convert. But for the most part, they were still somewhat formulaic — just following a better, richer formula.

 

 

Landing Pages 3.0: Beyond Best Practices

 

Instead, they’re now driving conversion programs from a higher set of principles:

 

1. Deliver meaningful, context-relevant content
2. Present that content with an engaging, affective design
3. Offer a compelling, but not coercive, “next step” to take

 

Landing Page 3.0 marketers have studied best practices, absorbed them into their thinking, but they’re now ready to synthesize new creative ideas of their own — unafraid to break the “rules” to deliver remarkable experiences to their audience.

 

 

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20 Landing Page Designs Analyzed for Conversion

20 Landing Page Designs Analyzed for Conversion | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

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Here you can find 20 examples of landing pages that work – although some do – or 20 pages that don’t work – even though some of them do indeed ‘suck.’ To know what not do, as what to do.

 

Because sometimes it’s just as important To know what not do, as what to do.

 

 

The criteria

 

There are three easy criteria against which a landing page can be judged, even for those of you who aren’t landing page gurus:

 

1. A landing page should clearly articulate what the consumer is going to get.

2. A landing page should make it clear how the consumer is going to get it.

3. A landing page should make it easy for the consumer to get what they want.

 

 

Landing pages = Opportunity

 

Landing pages give marketers an excellent opportunity to start a conversation with the consumer. Why excellent? Because they’ve already made the effort to click on the advert, email link or QR code to get to your landing page, so they can be considered somewhat prequalified, or inclined toward your brand or product.

 

So, without any further ado, here are 20 of the best… and the worst… landing pages.

 

Curated by Agostino Caniato:
http://bit.ly/Landing-Page-World

 

Read the full article here > http://unbounce.com/landing-page-examples/20-landing-page-designs-get-picked-apart-analyzed-for-conversion/

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10 Idiot-Proof Ways To Generate Trust With Your Landing Page Copy

10 Idiot-Proof Ways To Generate Trust With Your Landing Page Copy | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

 

A landing page must build trust from the very beginning and never let up.

 

Here are ten very simple ways to keep him from doing that.

 

1. Match Ad Copy With Landing Page Headlines

2. Write Seductive Headlines

3.  Create Compelling Landing Page Copy

4. Display Impressive Numbers

5. Supply Endorsements

6. Highlight 3rd Party Certification

7. Display Press Mentions

8. Don’t Skimp On Design

9. Tone Down Those Terms and Conditions

10. Testimonials

 

Curated by Agostino Caniato:
http://bit.ly/Landing-Page-World

 

Read the full article here > http://blog.crazyegg.com/2012/01/09/generate-trust-with-landing-page-copy/

 

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The 7 Deadly Sins of Landing Page Design with Tim Ash

In this webinar Tim Ash, a leading landing page optimization specialist and author of "Landing Page Optimization," covers the "7 Deadly Sins" of landing page design... and how to correct them.

 

Summary 7 Deadly Sins of Landing Page Design:

 

1. Unclear call to action

2. To many choices

3. Asking for too much information

4.  Too much text

5.  Not keeping your promises

6.  Visual distractions

7.  Lack of credibility or trust

 

Curated by Agostino Caniato:
http://bit.ly/Landing-Page-World

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A Curated Landing Page Design Showcase of Unbounce Customers Work

A Curated Landing Page Design Showcase of Unbounce Customers Work | Landing Page World | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Oli Gardner at unbounce.com has put together a really fantastic collection of great landing pages examples (all created with the Unbounce landing page creation service) that can provide not only great inspiration, but actual examples of the components and layout you need to use to make your pages look truly "professional".

 

In this curated collection, you will not only find large-sized screenshots of the selected landing pages but also some very valuable comments about each sample, alongside a curated list of what are the key components on each of the landing pages that makes them work so well and key suggestions on how to further improve them.

 

Very useful. 9/10

 

Full curated collection: http://unbounce.com/landing-page-examples/built-using-unbounce/landing-page-design-showcase/ 


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