Landing Pages – June 2014 update

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Every business should be leveraging landing pages as part of their online marketing strategy.

Why?

Because the competition online is growing at a rapid rate, and the website with the highest conversion rate wins. And nothing converts better than a landing page that promotes a single offer.

You see, when you combine a landing page with an online advertising campaign, you get leads… and a lot of them.

But there’s a lot to designing a landing page that converts. Everything from the design, to the copy, to the offer and the call-to-action.

That’s why we’re sharing some of the high-converting landing pages we produce each month. Because as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words 🙂

Depot

AFR

Emac

Andy The Guy With The Van

ChargeUp

Compact Compliance & Training

Bustagroove

LaserFast

Convenient Storage

Holloway Removals

If you’d like us to help you generate more leads with a high-converting landing page, then get in touch with us today. We’d love to discuss your next project with you.

Alex Cleanthous

Alex Cleanthous

Director of Strategy + Innovation at Webprofits
Alex Cleanthous is an entrepreneur, writer, technologist, and marketing leader. He is Co-Founder of Webprofits, Australia’s largest private digital consultancy. With more than 20 years experience in the digital space, Alex stays at the forefront of digital innovation, strategy, and execution identifying new markets, platforms, and tools to keep pace with the exponential expansion of technology.

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