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The 3 Ingredients of Successful Landing Page Headlines

The primary goal of a landing page is to capture your visitor’s attention within seconds and hold it until they’ve been convinced to purchase your product or service. But no matter how beautiful your landing page design is, if it doesn’t have a good headline chances are it’s not going to give you the desired result. A good headline tells the reader why they should stay on your page verses looking somewhere else on Internet.…

How to Turn Your Web Traffic into Money with Awesome Landing Pages (Part 2)

Next Day Flyers Blog Series:
Part 2
: Design Tips for Landing Pages that Sell

When you think about developing landing pages, don’t focus on creating more simply for the sake of more. What you want is to aim for landing pages that give you higher conversion rates. If you’re using PPC (pay-per-click advertising) you might expect a rough average of around 3% in conversions. Some industries seem to routinely get higher conversion rates, others (such as high ticket items) usually get far less. But whatever rate of conversion you get now is your baseline. That means your goal should be to improve on that number no matter what your industry average. To create the strongest landing page possible, there are certain things you want to make sure to include and other things you want to avoid.

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How to Turn Your Web Traffic into Money with Awesome Landing Pages (Part 1)

Introducing A Next Day Flyers Blog Series:
Part 1
: 7 Tips for Landing Page Content that Sells

A landing page is basically any webpage where you are trying to send web traffic for a specific reason – such as buy, sign up, or find something of value. And we’re not talking about your home page here. We’re talking about a specific web page that you’ve developed which has specialized content – specialized content that goes hand in hand with whatever tool you used to drive the traffic to that landing page. Traffic-driving tools can include PPC (pay per click search marketing), banner ads, email links, and blog posts.1

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