Category Archives: Website Landing Pages

What Your About Page Should Say About Your Business

Ben Duchesney — October 27, 2019 When building your website, writing your about page shouldn’t feel awkward, as if you’re sharing your life story with someone that doesn’t want to hear it. Instead, you should share your passion and explain why you’re excited about your brand. Customers read the about page when they’re looking for … Continue reading What Your About Page Should Say About Your Business

How to Use Audience Awareness to Create Higher Converting Post-Click Landing Pages

Tyson Quick — August 27, 2019 — August 27, 2019 Even the most “optimized” landing pages — with a clean design, simple form, compelling image, strong value proposition, etc.— will fall short if it’s intended to serve your entire audience. That shortcoming continues to be more costly. PPC campaigns are more expensive; organic search is … Continue reading How to Use Audience Awareness to Create Higher Converting Post-Click Landing Pages

The Best Landing Pages Use Essential Content—and You Should Too

Martin Chuck — August 20, 2019 — August 20, 2019 Making the best landing pages can mean life or death for getting potential customers. Landing pages are difficult to make. And making them conversion-driven is the topmost importance. In our Complete Digital Marketing Guide, we talked about display advertising and how it could increase brand … Continue reading The Best Landing Pages Use Essential Content—and You Should Too

Designing for Conversion—The Power of a Good Landing Page

Designing for Conversion—The Power of a Good Landing Page

Designing for Conversion—The Power of a Good Landing Page pixabay Within the framework of digital marketing, conversion centered design (CCD) is a term applied to the practice of designing a web page with the goal of motivating visitors to take a specific action. CCD is focused on increasing conversions by using various triggers and design … Continue reading Designing for Conversion—The Power of a Good Landing Page