Are you looking to create a responsive landing page but fear you can’t, or you shouldn’t?
Sometimes familiarity with your own products and its customers could be a plus. Other times–especially when you’ve got to create your own landing page–well…a hidden con. How?
You already know that your landing page is the online representation of you and offerings.
In any case, you’ll want to be very careful and selective about what gets and stays on these pages (actually, only the “relevant” should get in and stay there).
Cut a slack on wordiness! Align your headline with the body, and then to your calls-to-action. Use keyword only when you have to! And how do you know when to and when not to?
You got an upcoming event you’re trying to promote. While you could still use keywords, I can only hope you aren’t going to mislead yourself with keyword suggestions from the Google Keyword Planner or Ubbersuggest.
Using these tools, well, for the most part, won’t convert visitors landing on your pages. Why? Your event isn’t what they’re searching for since your landing page isn’t relevant to their search.
Given the above in mind, I’m creating custom landing pages taking into account your target audience, their interests, and their pain points.
The result are simple, effective, but highly converting landing pages that convert visitors (and return visitors) without the need for the usual “push” and “pull” effect.
- Product landing page
- Sales landing page
- Landing page copy
- Website landing page
- Lead page
- Lead capture landing page
- Ebook landing page
- Email subscription landing page…
Remember, the real deal is actually in the word/text you used. It’s little about your design.
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