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Landing Page

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by bodyanyash, May 23, 2020.

  1. bodyanyash

    bodyanyash Registered Member

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    Why do you need a landing page? Let's say I do CB affiliate, and so with my socials I just direct them to CB product. Why do people need landing page? Please explain like I'm 5
     
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    Sweely Senior Member

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    Because you want to warm up your potential buyers. And you can collect email addresses.

    The money is in the list.

    80% of your money comes from repeat buyers. Repeat that until it sticks :)

    With a landing page you can take from the informational stage to the review stage and then later on into the final conversion step.

    By sending traffic directly to Clickbank you're losing out on a valuable chance to raise your conversion rate.

    Partly because your conversion rate might just be higher if you have a good, genuine site as the "messenger" so to speak.

    Also, by using email to remarket to your website visitors you might just raise you conversion rate by 1% in the end.

    So... There's probably another 1000 reasons why people advise you not to send traffic directly to an offer, these were just some.

    I should also add that I have had campaigns where I have sent traffic directly to an offer and succeeded in getting conversions, sometimes way more then sending the traffic to a landing page did. It's all about testing at the end of the day.
     
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    bodyanyash Registered Member

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    Thank you so much! Can you please send me an example of landing page? Is that just basically reviews/information about the product?
     
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    TopNotchDesigner Newbie

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    A landing page is a great way to drive traffic, improve your SEO and build your brand.
    Landing pages lead customers to a specific product, service or offer and encourage them to take action.
    This is your opportunity to create conversions and build your customer base database.
     
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    donsilnobl Newbie

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    You need landing page to introduce your product in the best way. It's like your own physical shop in real word. Bust instead of walking people around you by relying on a change that they will come - you can buy some traffic in internet and force the purchases
     
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    User just see an attractive pick and clicking on it. He has no idea where he is redirecting to. Landing Page is your way to tell more about where user is going to land.
     
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    Sweely Senior Member

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    I didn't get a notification for this post.

    It could be. Technically, if you send people to read a product review on your blog you might get more results from that. I think most do anyways :)