5 Serious Landing Splash Page Mistakes That You Need To Avoid
Avoid These 5 Serious Landing Splash Page Mistakes
Today I wanted to share with you, what I learned from Brian Clark of CopyBlogger on “How To Avoid 5 Landing Splash Page Mistakes That Will Crush Your Conversions”.
Here are five of the most common mistakes people make with their landing splash pages.
1. Blowing the headline
- Landing and Splash pages live or die by the quality of the headline.
- It’s your two-second chance to overcome the swift and brutal attention filters we’ve developed due to information overload and poorly-matched promises.
2. Using your regular site design
- Most of us who use content marketing as an attraction strategy use a content management system, such as WordPress.
- That means we’re using design themes for the visual presentation of our sites.
- While your typical sidebar and header approach to a blog post is fine, when it comes down to traffic hitting a landing splash page with a singular focus on specific action, all of that extraneous stuff causes confusion, distraction, and reduced conversions.
- Lose the clutter and create the cleanest page possible when you want some action.
3. Asking for more than one thing
- An effective landing splash page asks for one specific action, and that’s it.
- And don’t forget to actually clearly ask for that one specific thing, which is an even bigger conversion killer if you don’t.
4. Ignoring basic aesthetics
- Why is it when some people decide to ask for some action, they lose their minds on the appearance of the page?
- Bad fonts, garish colors, cheap highlighting, and silly clip art do not make for better conversions in most cases.
- What they do is crush your credibility.
5. Being lazy
- Don’t be lazy about grabbing and holding attention.
- Don’t assume everyone instantly “gets” the benefit of your offer the way you do.
- Don’t overestimate your credibility.
- Think about it from their perspective, and you’ll realize you might not be all that
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