The landing page is so much like a first date.  Think about it.  It’s your first opportunity to really make a lasting impression on your buyer.  It’s the first time they really get to hear your “voice” and what you stand for.  And it’s the first time they are either going to relate to you [...]

by Caitlynn Cush
The landing page is so much like a first date. Think about it. It’s your first opportunity to really make a lasting impression on your buyer. It’s the first time they really get to hear your “voice” and what you stand for. And it’s the first time they are either going to relate to you or send you on your way with your walking papers.Read the full article