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batoolabbas
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Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 
Posted : 16/07/2021 7:50 pm
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Gok26
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Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

Thanks for the comprehensive explanation!

 
Posted : 20/07/2021 4:08 pm
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JayDollar
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Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 On Digistore24 affiliate program specifically, some of the product owners have a good, converting landing page for their products. So if you're using Digistore24, you can check if their landing page is good for you by clicking on " sales page" right down the product section.

 
Posted : 20/07/2021 11:12 pm
batoolabbas
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Topic starter
 
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 On Digistore24 affiliate program specifically, some of the product owners have a good, converting landing page for their products. So if you're using Digistore24, you can check if their landing page is good for you by clicking on " sales page" right down the product section.

You can even make on l-ink.me and Getresponse as well. There are many other sites but these are the kinds you should know; which one to make and when.

 
Posted : 22/07/2021 6:38 pm
Muhammad aown
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Usually the pages which tries to squeeze information you mentioned works better, i mean because they are not asking for money.

 
Posted : 20/08/2021 4:13 pm
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 On Digistore24 affiliate program specifically, some of the product owners have a good, converting landing page for their products. So if you're using Digistore24, you can check if their landing page is good for you by clicking on " sales page" right down the product section.

Not only digistore products but other popular digital marketing website have started optimizing their landing pages for conversion.

 
Posted : 20/08/2021 4:14 pm
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 On Digistore24 affiliate program specifically, some of the product owners have a good, converting landing page for their products. So if you're using Digistore24, you can check if their landing page is good for you by clicking on " sales page" right down the product section.

You can even make on l-ink.me and Getresponse as well. There are many other sites but these are the kinds you should know; which one to make and when.

L-ink.me is using a pre build theme and it's landing page is not good, Hassan can make it good if he wants by editing the code.

 
Posted : 20/08/2021 4:15 pm
batoolabbas
(@batoolabbas)
Member Customer
Topic starter
 
Posted by: @muhammad-aown

Usually the pages which tries to squeeze information you mentioned works better, i mean because they are not asking for money.

Can you quote the answer please? 

 
Posted : 23/08/2021 3:22 am
JayDollar
(@jaydollar)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

No 4 is very important and my favorite. Because viewers need to get a good information about the product they are about purchasing.

 
Posted : 23/08/2021 9:05 am
JayDollar
(@jaydollar)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 I won't recommend squeeze landing page for beginners. Just go with N0 4. Product details page.

 
Posted : 23/08/2021 9:07 am
JayDollar
(@jaydollar)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

Videos does a lot to sales more than written reviews and that's why all the adds platforms like Google adds displays video not article.

 
Posted : 23/08/2021 9:09 am
JayDollar
(@jaydollar)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

There's a wide comparison between No 3 and 4. They almost have the same meaning because they both give a good information about the supposed product.

 
Posted : 23/08/2021 9:11 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabp okbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown

Usually the pages which tries to squeeze information you mentioned works better, i mean because they are not asking for money.

Can you quote the answer please? 

Sister i am sorry actually i accidentally clicked the reply button,  i am talking about pages who try to get visitor information 

 
Posted : 24/08/2021 3:01 pm
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 On Digistore24 affiliate program specifically, some of the product owners have a good, converting landing page for their products. So if you're using Digistore24, you can check if their landing page is good for you by clicking on " sales page" right down the product section.

Almost everyone product has on every platform has a good and high-converting sales page.

Because they are built by master marketers.

 
Posted : 25/08/2021 6:32 am
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

 On Digistore24 affiliate program specifically, some of the product owners have a good, converting landing page for their products. So if you're using Digistore24, you can check if their landing page is good for you by clicking on " sales page" right down the product section.

You can even make on l-ink.me and Getresponse as well. There are many other sites but these are the kinds you should know; which one to make and when.

Can we make a landing page os l-ink.me

It's a URL shortener service if I'm not wrong?

 
Posted : 25/08/2021 6:35 am
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @muhammad-aown

Usually the pages which tries to squeeze information you mentioned works better, i mean because they are not asking for money.

Yes, they look more trustworthy to customers or visitors.

 
Posted : 25/08/2021 6:36 am
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabp okbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown

Usually the pages which tries to squeeze information you mentioned works better, i mean because they are not asking for money.

Can you quote the answer please? 

Sister i am sorry actually i accidentally clicked the reply button,  i am talking about pages who try to get visitor information 

Kindly someone explains to me the new forum update. I'm not landing on the reply on which I click on from notifications.

 
Posted : 25/08/2021 6:42 am
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

Videos does a lot to sales more than written reviews and that's why all the adds platforms like Google adds displays video not article.

Yes, VSLs are converting better. Because in the video you can easily convey your message to the audience. 

 
Posted : 25/08/2021 6:44 am
batoolabbas
(@batoolabbas)
Member Customer
Topic starter
 
Posted by: @waleedshafiq99
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Landing pages are one of the most vital thing in a digital marketing campaign. They encourage visitors to take action, such as to make a purchase or submit a contact form. A landing page can result in a new lead or sale.

There are different types of landing pages, and each one has unique benefits depending on the end goal.

1) Squeeze Page

It aims to squeeze information out of the visitor. This information is personal data. In exchange for that the user often receives some type of offer like free trial, downloadable content, such as an e-book, white paper, infographic, podcast episode, or price sheet. One should use this page as a startup to build email list offering gated content on a squeeze page. 

2) Long-Form Landing Page

They focus on the benefits of the product, and they repeat the benefits over and over until the reader is convinced that they have to purchase what the business is offering. They are used to sell an item. They should target people who are at the bottom of the sales funnel and are ready to purchase.

3) Click- Through Landing Page 

These pages warm up the leads so they are more likely to convert to a sale. It contains details about the offer, focusing on the benefits and a general explanation of the product or service. It’s a simple page with no navigation out of the page. They are perfect for those who are interested in buying but might be intimidated by a “Buy” button. They are mostly used by e-commerce businesses. 

4) Product Details Page

These pages offer all of the information about a product or service. It can have outside navigation, including a website menu. Businesses use this page to describe their products or services for both organic and paid visitors.

5) Video Landing Page

This page includes a sales video. The video is the main focus so it is usually located above the fold. It might have just a video, or it might have a video and some complementary text. Videos are great for selling products or services that are photogenic, or for businesses that are offering a course.

 

 

Videos does a lot to sales more than written reviews and that's why all the adds platforms like Google adds displays video not article.

Yes, VSLs are converting better. Because in the video you can easily convey your message to the audience. 

Also people just prefer watching over reading now. It’s less time consuming and helps in better understanding as people are listening and watching something at the same time. 

 
Posted : 27/08/2021 12:51 am
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Usually the pages which tries to squeeze information you mentioned works better, i mean because they are not asking for money.

Can you quote the answer please? 

Sister i am sorry actually i accidentally clicked the reply button,  i am talking about pages who try to get visitor information 

Kindly someone explains to me the new forum update. I'm not landing on the reply on which I click on from notifications.

This is happening with me as well. I have made a post about it too tagging the admin. Let’s see now. 

 
Posted : 27/08/2021 12:58 am
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