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First attempt to design a converting website in Photoshop * What do you think?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by wiso4151, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. wiso4151

    wiso4151 Regular Member

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    http://fs2.directupload.net/images/150726/qae6r5qi.png

    So this is actually my very first serious attempt in Photoshop to design something that should convert. It's not much, but still I want to ask you, whether you think this can compete with the original
    " http://thevenusfactor.com " landing page or not. My intention is to design something that looks a bit more professional than those common clickbank video sales pages.
    And yes :D, those random texts and pictures are of course not optimized and 99% random. It's just about the layout and not about the copywriting, video and all that stuff.

    Tell me what you would improve. Give me feedback. Do you think the layout is better than the original one? Thank you!

     

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    BreaknBrix Power Member

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    There are a series of filters in an IMers brain that thoughts like this should pass through...

    1) Copy is the most important part. Should I really post a woman in a blue square and ask how she'll convert?
    2) What I have is just a picture. With no offer or message. Does it make any sense to ask about conversions in the 1st place?
    3) Conversions are based on everything that my post doesn't have. Does it make sense.. again... to ask how this will convert?
    4) Why hasn't someone told me yet that designs don't convert? Traffic, offers and copy do?
    5) Would it make a lot of sense to mention at least 1 word about my traffic source? Yes. Will I mention it? No.
    6) Does it make any sense in the world to compare a *picture* to a carefully tested video sales letter? No. Will I still try? Yes.
    7) How many people will feel like a fucking retard trying to answer how a woman in a blue square will convert? Everyone. Will I still ask? Yes.

    If you activated just 1 of those 7 very basic filters, your mind should have told you how unwise it would be to ask this question.

    Nobody has any idea how that will "convert" because there is NOTHING ON IT. It's a WOMAN in a BLUE SQUARE.

    If you ever decide to reask this question. Come back with an actual offer, your traffic source, your copy, all those things that actually matter. Just imagine if someone came on this forum with a blue square asking if it would convert. Anyone who says yes is an idiot. Anyone who says no is an idiot. Then to further ask how that template would compete with one of the most popular products on Clickbank.... a product where hundreds of thousands have been spent split testing copy... we're not even in the realm of apples to oranges. This is air to oranges.

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