A landing page is any web page that a visitor can arrive at, or “land” on, after following a hyperlink (promotional email, ad banners, etc.). It is usually a standalone page with the main goal of leading the visitor to perform a specific action (download a document, request a quote, schedule a meeting, etc.). To optimize conversions, the landing page must be designed with your campaign goals clearly in mind.
Landing pages are used in targeted advertising campaigns, with preferably specific landing pages dedicated to each campaign. Landing pages are particularly useful for ad campaigns using marketing tactics such as Google AdWords, emails and prints.
Benefits of Dialog Insight's landing pages
- Content editing in visual mode (drag and drop)
- Content personalization for visitors
- A/B testing made easy to optimize conversions
- Conversion goals defined
- Automatic contact recognition on the landing page allowing for targeted communication later on
- Visit and conversion stats
- Domain name personalization
What should a landing page contain?
- A clear and appealing title
- A subtitle to support the title in indicating the purpose of the landing page
- A short description wrapped in a paragraph
- A list of reasons or advantages to encourage the visitor in performing the desired action
- A visual or a video
- A clear call to action such as a big, bright button
- Positive customer reviews or stats
Dialog Insight's landing page types
|The goal of these landing pages is to stir the interest of visitors to know more. The call to action is a click on a button, an image or a link to meet this conversion goal.|
|The goal of these landing pages is to make the visitor fill out a form, usually in order to download or access a document. |