Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by meannn, Jan 25, 2012.
Very interesting and helpful to know. Thanks. Now if only there was a theme that built landing pages just like yours...?
Great post. Interesting to read about what different colors work on different sites. I recently changed the background of my sales page from black to blue (kept all content exactly the same) and saw an increase in sales pretty much instantly. Theres definitely a lot of truth to whats said on here
Now that my friend is a very interesting post! There's some very good information there on color use!
I think i'm going to custom design a page on this design layout.
Very nice, thanks for the share!!
I don't think I'll ever get tired of solid infographics like this one. Nice find.
Good stuff! Saved the picture. A website built like this will not only be good for CPA offers, but perhaps MSN sites too as it promotes a nice flow down the page. It gave me ideas about using it with adsense, but instead of a call to action, have an adgroup right there, color optimized to stand out yelling "click me!"
sorry double post.
here is a nice article i read awhile ago about an the analysis of the top 10 clickbank products and what the landing pages have in common. pretty interesting. http://sixfigureclicks.com/affiliate-marketing/clickbank/analysis-of-top-10-clickbank-products/
very useful information mate...
thanks, its a very nice share!
Simple , Useful , Right to the goal and of course deserves a Rep.
I might pm u if you don't mind
Shweet, thanx mate!
Thanks for the comment. I got some questions through pm asking "did you do this infographic", my answers is no. I found this infographiÅŸc from somewhere.
Very interesting and informative post .. I especially like the way they've explained what colors mean to people. I had been looking for a very concise explanation and I think I found what I had been looking for. Understanding colors in landing pages is very very important..
Thanks + Rep given
I mostly use blue tones and it converts well for me. Just saying.
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