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Sign-Up on Landing Page or Separate Sign-Up Page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by The Curator, Jan 9, 2017.

  1. The Curator

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    In this niche I see both, just wondering if you had a recommendation or preference on placing the shopping cart form on the landing page or a separate sign-up page that accomodates all products?
    I am afraid the sign-up page would be light content or non optimized for keywords I should say.

    Appreciate any replies!
     
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    I will prefer to use the separate page for signup Instead of making it on landing page.
     
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    Your ultimate goal is to make it easy for your visitors to buy, so putting it on the landing page is better.
     
  4. The Curator

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    Unfortunately the top guys in the niche don't do it that way, and we decided to mirror that - plus a sign up button is less threatening than a whole big form. Second, by adding the visual elements and making the landing page more informative, we can have the page be more shareable than it would be if there was a promotional sign up form on it - not many brands have their services/landing page shared because of the form and promotion.