What is a Landing Page?
Webové stránky majú zvyčajne veľa cieľov a interaktívne skúmanie. Vstupné stránky sú navrhnuté s jediným účelom, inými slovami, známe ako výzva na akciu (call to action).
Difference between a homepage and a landing page
As we said before, there is a main key difference between a homepage and a landing page. The homepage is supposed to display what your business/e-shop is. On the other hand, a landing page has a specific purpose to get someone to register on or buy your products.
Having fewer links on your landing page increases conversions, as there are fewer tantalizing clickables that’ll carry visitors away from the call to action. That’s why expert marketers always use a dedicated landing page as the destination of their traffic.
Everyone knows that the homepage looks amazing, has different images, a smooth menu, or display video, but it is supposed to show a brand. From here, a visitor can go anywhere. Apply for a job, watch videos, review the terms of service, download application etc.
The landing page for this customer serves a completely different purpose. To register, to buy, to convert visitor to your customer.
Reasons you need landing pages
- Easily generate leads
- Give your offers a place to live
- Collect Demographic Information about your prospects
- Understand which prospects are more engaged
- Provide fuel for other marketing channels
- Offer insights into the effectiveness of your marketing offers
What should be on landing pages?
The headline is the first thing visitors will likely see when they ‘land’ on a landing page.
The text on a landing page should explain the value of the offer clearly, simply, and in a compelling way.
Like any other inbound marketing content, keywords should be used in the page title, headers, and text on a landing page to optimize it for search engines.
Social sharing buttons/links
These links enable visitors to easily share a landing page with their connections on social networks.
A landing page on which any top/side navigation bars are hidden will minimize distractions, reduce friction, decrease a landing page’s bounce rate.
The most critical component of any landing page, the lead-capture or conversion form is where page visitors submit their information in exchange for the offer, converting them into coveted sales leads.
Landing pages that include a relevant image give visitors a tangible idea of what they’ll receive and make landing pages much more visually appealing.