You don’t see great landing pages often. That’s not because they can’t be made, but because it’s extremely difficult to create them well. There are design Special leads rules to follow that keep people from leaving. There are tricks to use to get your button noticed. There are words that have a way of persuasively whispering in your prospects’ ears: push the Special leads button, claim the offer. Most people don’t know what any of these things are, though.
The average landing page converts somewhere between 2 and Special leads 5 out of every 100 visitors. That means there’s a lot of not-so-great landing pages out there. Before you set out to create a great landing page it’s important to know what your prospects want. Specifically, it changes from business to business—some want a solution for their bad back, while others want Special leads an easier accounting software—but at the core, it’s this one thing: They Special leads want to evaluate your offer as quickly as possible.
They’re not on your page to browse or pleasure read. They want to Special leads find out if what you’ve got is what they need. Do you have what they need? In this blog, I’ll cover how to create the best landing pages for your business, from top to bottom. Non-Existent Navigation One of the reasons landing pages are highly persuasive is because of their ability to keep visitors focused. If they Special leads cannot focus on your message, prospects will not be able to determine whether your offer can meet their needs.