Landing Page Mistakes

  • 3 Landing Page Mistakes Guaranteed to Kill Your Conversion Rate

    … Ask 10 people what a landing page is and you’ll get 10 different answers. Landing pages are one of the most misunderstood concepts in online marketing that I’ve ever seen. No wonder these three newbie mistakes keep popping up so regularly on the landing pages I critique. What Is a Landing Page? How do you define the phrase “landing page…

    Karon Thackston/ Marketing Words Blog- 15 readers -
  • 9 Landing Page Mistakes You Should Avoid

    … or extraneous elements can take the visitor away from the call-to-action you’re wanting them to click through and convert on. Copyblogger released this fantastic infographic that creates an analogy between the visitor on your site and someone following directions, 9 Landing Page Goofs that Make You Lose Business. I really love this analogy because it’s…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 18 readers -
  • 8 Landing Page Essentials that Most People Totally Forget

    … with their experience. 4. Make it intuitive. A landing page must be intuitive. What do I mean by that that? To be intuitive, the user should automatically know what to do next. A landing page is a single stop in the journey towards conversions. In order for the conversion to take place, there should be absolutely no question in the user’s mind regarding…

    Neil Patel/ The Daily Egg- 19 readers -
  • Top 10 Dumb Landing Page Mistakes You Need to Avoid

    … conversions if they weren’t making these landing page mistakes. Especially since they could easily start profiting by honing in on 10 common mistakes. Let’s take a look at them. CTA – Call to Action 1. The CTA button doesn’t stand out by itself If there are too many links vying for attention, it results in the CTA button getting lost in the melee…

    George Mathew/ The Daily Egg- 15 readers -
  • 5 Landing Page Mistakes that Are Drowning Your Conversions

    …). Including verbs and adverbs in your CTA’s will result in higher clickthrough rates, according to Adam Rifkin’s research. Research by Dr Robert Cialdini, of Arizona State University, found that people are more likely to take action when minimal parameters are set. For example, a donation request that states, “Would you be willing to give…

    George Mathew/ The Daily Eggin Social- 20 readers -