What do you think of my new landing page?

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  1. vegasvillan

    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    Very nice. I always like the word "Free" though I might be hesistant to give my phone#
     
  3. vegasvillan

    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    yea I know I need to figure out a way to make it easier for them to put a phone #
     
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    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    anyone else...constructive criticism would be appreciated
     
  5. bigel

    bigel Junior Member

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    You have a spelling error:
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    Where is the submit method? 
    
    Im guessing your tryin to build an email list?
     
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    yea I know about the spelling errors...lol..yea im building a list
     
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    Great looking landing page. The as featured on MSNBC adds credibility to the offer. I agree with Poiboy that asking for a phone number will drop your opt-in rates. Great job :)
     
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    skweekykleen Newbie

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    something that has always helped me in getting people to provide accurate phone numbers, etc is to use geo-targeting...toss some PHP in there to make the page seem like it's for a local business, no matter where the user comes from, and they feel better about the call...

    sometimes i even throw something sly into the testimonials, like 'i thought i was the only person in Seattle with this problem' etc...it catches the reader's eye and helps close the deal, too...

    design-wise i love the clean lines etc...it looks very professional
     
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    blackzeus Registered Member

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    How do u make it "seem like it's for a local business"?
     
  10. davetheave

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    Love the design and typography... personally I'd indent some of the text but it looks good!
     
  11. vegasvillan

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    find a php script that picks up the location of the ip and dynamically places the text accordingly



    Thanks for the input guys