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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Archive for the 'Landing page Tips' Category

‘Landing Page Optimization Using Google Analytics’ – ‘Business 2 Community’ Article

The latest article on ‘Business 2 Community’ is titled “Landing Page Optimization Using Google Analytics”. Joydeep Bhattacharya says, “The page on which a visitor lands on your website is known as the landing page. Wouldn’t you love to have an optimized, user friendly and a revenue generating landing page? I am sure you will! But, the sorry part is that, most of the webmasters spend their time making their home page look elegant instead of the landing page! One of the most critical aspects of making your website convert well is to make the landing pages optimized. So,... [...]

‘Should You Remove Navigation From Your Landing Pages?’ – HubSpot

The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “Should You Remove Navigation From Your Landing Pages? Data Reveals the Answer”. Diana Urban says, “For years, we’ve preached the importance of removing links from your landing pages: top navigation, sidebar navigation, footers, social media links — anything that distracts viewers from filling out your form. Time over time, data has shown that removing the navigation and links from your landing pages will increase your conversion rates. Seems intuitive, right? However, only 16% of all landing pages are free of navigation... [...]

‘Bloggers and PRs: the 10 commandments’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Bloggers and PRs: the 10 commandments”. Ben Davis says, “Monday next week I’m to appear on a webinar panel talking about journalist relationships. You can sign up for it here if you’ve always wondered whether I talk in dulcet tones or a high pitch falsetto. The Econsultancy blog has featured much on blogger relations, this article from Henry Elliss provides a rather good list of outreach don’ts. However I wanted to write a piece of my own, partly to draw attention to the upcoming webinar hosted by Vocus... [...]

‘Copywriting: Is your landing page missing the “why” factor?’ – ‘MarketingExperiments’ Blog

The latest ‘MarketingExperiments’ blog post is titled “Copywriting: Is your landing page missing the “why” factor?”. John Tackett says, “In a recent Web clinic, Austin McCraw, Senior Editorial Analyst, and Ben Filip, Data Sciences Manager, both of MECLABS, revealed how marketers at an auto repair company increased purchases 36% by testing the copy on their landing page. But first, let’s review the research notes for some background on the test. Background: A medium-sized company selling an auto repair product. Goal: To increase the number of purchases. Primary Research Question: Which... [...]

‘Want to Get More Leads? Stop Making These 12 Landing Page Mistakes’ – HubSpot

The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “Want to Get More Leads? Stop Making These 12 Landing Page Mistakes”. Ginny Soskey says, “There are few feelings worse than knowing you’re missing out on something. Scientists have even given that feeling a name: FOMO (fear of missing out). Whether it’s missing out on an outing your coworkers are all going to or realizing you could have made that meeting if you only left five minutes earlier, we all get that same feeling of unrest in the pit of our stomachs when we miss out on something. Typically, FOMO has applied to... [...]

‘LPO: 2 types of security seals that can help you reduce customer anxiety’ – ‘MarketingExperiments’ Blog

The latest ‘MarketingExperiments’ blog post is titled “LPO: 2 types of security seals that can help you reduce customer anxiety”. John Tackett says, “Anxiety is one of the key elements in the MarketingExperiments Conversion Heuristic. In our Landing Page Optimization Online Course, anxiety is defined as “a psychological concern stimulated by a given element in the sales or sign-up process.””. LPO: 2 types of security seals that can help you reduce customer anxiety MarketingExperiments Blog  [...]

‘Google’s Ad Rank update leads to improved performance of PPC ad extensions’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Google’s Ad Rank update leads to improved performance of PPC ad extensions”. David Moth says, “A paid search algorithm update by Google has led to an improvement in the performance of PPC adverts that include an ad extension. But overall the new AdWords Ad Rank update actually caused a slight decline in ad performance. The update, which was announced back in October, altered the way that Google determines the order of paid search ads by adding in a third variable alongside the maximum bid and quality score”. Google’s... [...]

‘Gmail image changes: everything email marketers need to know’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Gmail image changes: everything email marketers need to know”. Phillip Storey says, “Email marketers have always faced the technological challenge of having to quickly adapting to the unknown, often in a matter of hours. This week is one of those, where we find that Gmail has made changes to the way it handles images. At first, I can appreciate that this may sound insignificant, but it affects all of us. In this blog post, I will try to demystify these changes for you”. Gmail image changes: everything email marketers... [...]

‘Six ways to make the most of data feeds in affiliate marketing’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Six ways to make the most of data feeds in affiliate marketing”. Robert Durkin says, “Here are our top tips on the best ways that affiliates can use data feeds to increase their sales commission. 1. Work your content hard for sales commission We all know that ‘content is king’ but in practice accessing this content is less straightforward than it seems. Some networks operate within quite a narrow schema for product submission and not all product features and attributes are available to affiliate marketers. The good... [...]

‘Unlocking the Power of Single-Theme Landing Experiences’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “Unlocking the Power of Single-Theme Landing Experiences”. Eileen Burick says, “In most cases, a discussion of landing pages and microsites comes down to their differences: single page versus multi-page, one call-to-action versus multiple calls-to-action, and simplicity versus complexity. However, when you take a step back, they have something critically important in common from a marketing standpoint: They draw on the power of single-theme landing experiences, existing outside the structure of the run-of-the-mill corporate website. A... [...]