An effective Landing Page should grab the reader's attention with a compelling headline. The copy should then describe the prospects' problem or goal and explain the offer. Finally, it should provide proof and ask the reader to take action.
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Landing Pages help companies channel web traffic and convert prospects into leads they can stay in touch with in order to build a relationship. They do this by offering value in exchange for a prospect’s contact information (their email address). These pages can play a critical role in generating website leads by restating the offer, summarizing the main benefits, and spelling out exactly what the reader is getting or buying.
Client: New Perspective Project: Landing Page written by Derek Little Objective: Lead Conversion Marketing Piece:Direct Link, Reprint
My first step was to meet with the New Perspective team understand their goals. The client paid the intial 50% of the fee and a Slack channel was setup to manage project communications. Then the client provided me with insights on their customer’s goals. Their Web Designer provided me with a suggested layout for the landing page copy. Next, I researched and learned about their customer’s product.
After completing the first draft, I added my client’s requested changes and submitted the final draft. Then the client paid the final 50% of the fee. The project was started and completed over a period of 1-2 weeks. (Note: My final copy was slightly revised.)
My client was pleased with the results and added the copy to their customer’s website prior to the launch of a new promotional TV campaign.