7 Important Elements That Boost Landing Page Conversions

7 Important Elements That Boost Landing Page Conversions

Spending hours creating the perfect landing page only to see sub-par conversions can be quite frustrating.

It seems like all your competitors are consistently generating new leads and making tons of money. Their landing pages don’t seem much different than yours, yet they’re exceeding a 40% opt-in rate.

You’re starting to get overwhelmed. You’re delivering useful, engaging content, and you’re getting positive feedback on your lead magnet. But you can’t seem to get anywhere close to a 40% opt-in rate.

At this point, you’re starting to wonder if you have bad luck or something.

I know how you feel. I’ve been there.

DO NOT design another landing page without these 7 elements

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Personally, it took me quite a long time to crack the landing page code. I spend hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars finding strategies that actually worked.

To save you time (and money!) I’ve put together the top 7 elements that had the greatest impact on my traffic and conversions.

This step-by-step guide breaks down the entire optimization process into the 7 most valuable elements of any landing page.

1. Attention-Getting Headline

Your headline should be clear, concise, and benefit-driven. Avoid technical or unnecessary words. You will want to reach your customers in a deep and emotional way. Use this free headline analyzer to determine your headline’s Emotional Marketing Value (EMV) score.

2. Clean And Simple Design

Most themes use big images for background filler. This is a bad choice because they slow down the load time (lowering conversions) and take away valuable space. And after reviewing many split tests, it’s no surprise that the plain and ugly landing pages always win. Clean & Simple: 5 – Colorful & Busy: 0.

3. Graphic Of Lead Magnet

Pictures tell the story. But, your graphic must be professional looking to boost conversions. For professional and inexpensive designs – checkout Fiverr.

4. Two-Step Optin

The two-step optin button usually has something like “download now” or “get instant access!” as opposed to having a form on the page. The two-step optin flies under the radar because it doesn’t appear that you’re asking for something and it adds a micro-commitment before the big commitment to give you their email.

5. Optin Button Above “The Fold”

Most of your visitors won’t scroll below the fold. Make sure that your two-step optin button appears on the landing page, without having to scroll. And if you have a long-form landing page – make sure to put another optin button at the bottom.

6. Specific & Congruent Bullet Points

The text and imagery on your landing page should match the text and imagery that was shown in whatever ad or creative that brought your visitor to your landing page. In addition, you should explain EXACTLY what they’re getting (e.g. “Discover 5 ways to find your audience’s interests and generate a limitless supply of inexpensive traffic”).

7. Retargeting Pixel

Retargeting is essential to getting your conversions above 40%. Most of the time your visitors will get distracted and forget to take you up on your offer.

Retargeting Pixels are pieces of code that are placed in the header or footer of your website (and hidden in the background). They place anonymous retargeting “cookies” in a visitor’s browser. This allows you to display follow-up ads across the web and on Facebook.

Use these 7 elements to reduce your traffic costs and boost conversions more efficiently. And remember…there’s always another conversion percentage point to be squeezed out of your visitors.

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The Perfect Email Template For Digital Marketers

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Let’s face it. Email has been and will continue to be the most effective way to generate revenue. Whether it’s following up with a prospect, emailing customers about a new sale, or just giving away free content – email marketing is the modality that the world’s most profitable companies are using.

Here are some stats for online advertising ROI:

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(Mark The Marketer, February 2014)

Have you ever heard this one before? “The money’s in the list.” That’s because email marketing is the easiest way to nurture prospects into loyal customers.

In general, there are 3 types of emails you’ll be sending to your list:

  • The Welcome Email: Thank your prospect for subscribing; tell them what your business is all about and what they can expect from you. It’s very important that you “humanize” your communication by introducing yourself before you start talking about business.
  • The Value Offer Email: A link to your blog post, another lead magnet, or valuable content. The important thing to do here is give value without asking for anything.
  • The Value Promo Email: Promo emails include new products/services, flash sales, online or in person trainings, etc. Provided that you’ve qualified well throughout the process, the sale should be a natural next step.

Each one of these emails can and should be a different length. Email length factors on your audience: their unique interests, habits, and demographics. Determine this by recording which of your “strategic links” are clicked most often. More on that in just a bit.

The Perfect Email Template For Digital Marketers is a proven, step-by-step system for creating emails that get opened, get read, and get click-throughs.

 

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The 9 components of The Perfect Email:

1. An Attention-Getting And Intriguing Subject Line

Your subject line sells the open. You need to spend as much time crafting your subject line as you do writing your email. After all, if your email doesn’t get opened, it does you no good.

2. A Benefit-Driven First Sentence

The first sentence is considered “the second subject” line because it appears in your readers email feed along with your subject line. It can also be used to get your email opened. Just make sure to remove the “Email not displaying correctly?” link at the top of most email marketing templates – otherwise that will appear instead.

3. An Outstanding Image That Matches Your Content

It’s no secret that images are more engaging. They boost content reading time and communicate your message in a way words cannot. Using an image that matches your content can get readers to use their imagination and emotionally engage with your content.

4. A Brief Explanation Of What Your Content Is About

Your explanation should be no more than 3 sentences. Make sure to tell them where they can read your content and why it benefits them. This explanation is usually where your curiosity link is placed.

5. A Curiosity Link

The curiosity link is the first of 3 links – each designed to sell the click. This link is embedded in your Outstanding Image and/or your Brief Explanation. It’s there for people with short attention spans that want to see what your email is about.

6. Content Features List

This is a VERY important part of your email. Most people are busy, so they’ll be scanning your email for quick clues about it’s importance. This is where you list the BEST features of your content.

7. Direct Benefit Link

The benefit link is the second of 3. It’s embedded right after your Content Features List. If they’re interested in the benefits of your content then the logical next step is to click this link.

8. Create Scarcity

Creating Scarcity and/or telling your reader why they need to take action is ESSENTIAL. People are about 10x more likely to take action to avoid pain then they are to pursue pleasure. Consider the long-term effects of not taking action on your content.

9. Scarcity Link

The third and final link is your scarcity link. As mentioned before, scarcity is a VERY powerful motivator. But you should use it ethically and intelligently.

10. Email Width Should Be Under 600 Pixels

This ensures your readers get the most appealing reading experience. In the book Brainfluence, Roger Dooley explains that emails under 600 pixels appear less intimidating and are easier to digest.

Employ the components of The Perfect Email Template For Digital Marketers and watch your email stats explode! Having an outline to follow will reduce the amount of time it takes to both create your emails and get exceptional results.

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10 Factors To A Highly Converting Ad

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It’s a secret that’s been around for decades. Successful advertisers have been using it to consistently generate leads and sales through virtually every advertising medium. The secret is that there are 10 factors to a highly converting ad.

All the components in an ad are fundamentally designed to do one thing and one thing only: get you to read the first sentence of the ad. In fact, it doesn’t matter how good your product or service is – if you fail to include these 10 factors you’ll be leaving money on the table.

1. Headline

Get your prospect’s attention and advance them to your subheadline.

2. Subheadline

Give your reader more details and further clarify your attention-getting headline.

3. Image

Keep your reader engaged with visuals and illustrate your product or service more thoroughly.

4. Caption

Describe your image. This is an important component and one that’s often read.

5. Copy

Explain how your product or service solves your prospect’s biggest problem. Checkout last week’s post on copywriting to master this factor.

6. Paragraph Headings

Break up your copy into smaller chunks, which will make the copy look less intimidating and easier to read.

7. Logo

Show your prospect that you’re representing your product and associate them with your brand.

8. Price

Let your reader know what the product or service costs. The price could be displayed in large font at the bottom or it could be buried in the copy.

9. Call-To-Action

Give your reader a way to sign up for your email list or take advantage of your offer. Call-To-Actions are usually near the end of the ad.

10. Simple Design Layout

Make your ad easy to navigate by using attractive fonts, colors, and graphic design.

Use these 10 factors in each and every ad and you’ll be blown away with how effective your results are. When it comes to creating ads – following a system and keeping simple is the perfect formula. To improve from here try split testing offers, layouts and headlines.

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8 Creative And Useful Blogging Hacks You Can Start Using Now

8 Creative And Useful Blogging Hacks You Can Start Using Now

Wouldn’t it be great if you had a limitless supply of blogging ideas that you could write about in 30 minutes or less? If you’re like me you realize that starting a blog is easy, but maintaining it is a completely different animal.

This post is for you if:

  • You have trouble finding the next topic for your blog post
  • You lack the time to concentrate on your blog
  • You’re not making any money from your blog
  • There’s a lot of competition in your niche
  • Your blog posts aren’t getting any social engagement or shares

If any of these resonate with you then you are in the right place. And since I’m committed to posting fresh content every week to help you (my loyal reader) grow your online business, I’m going to share with you 8 creative and useful blogging hacks you can start using now. Let’s dig in.

1) The Stat Round-Up Post

The stat round-up is one of my favorites because it provides relevant and useful information. Checkout the stats provided below by Social Marketing Writing. It’s a great example of how to educate your audience with functional statistics and an appealing infographic.

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Notice the social sharing buttons on the left side. This is crucial because it allows your readers to easily share you content so you can build links and rapidly grow subscribers.

Read the full blog post on Social Marketing Writing’s website.

2) The Quote Post

This post is great because everyone loves a good quote. Quotes are a powerful way to borrow authority and provide unique insights. See how Income Diary used this post type effectively:

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Simple right? That’s why I love it. Read the full post on Income Diary’s website.

3) The Interview Post

The interview post is extremely effective because it allows you to “highjack” the authority of gurus in your niche. You can send a quick email to potential candidates or do an interview over the phone. All you have to do is tell them that your audience would love to hear their valuable insights. You can post a photo of their choosing on your blog and provide a Q&A format like so:

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If you are able to play your cards right, you may also be able to have them broadcast your post to their list of subscribers (and allowing you to “borrow” their audience). Pro Tip: reach out to people who have recently published a book. They are usually very open for any type of promotion.

Read the entire post on Business Launch Pad’s website.

4) The List Roundup Post

The list roundup post is a great way to share best practices with your audience by synthesizing a list of strategies for your niche. These list posts tend to be the most popular posts because you are sharing what’s working now in a particular area. Take a look at  phenomenal post by Jimmy Daly at Vero:

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This is an excellent post because Jimmy shares 15 value-packed strategies for increasing engagement through email marketing. If you’re serious about growing your subscriber list, you’ll definitely want to use these strategies to retain your readers.

You can read Jimmy’s entire blog post here.

5) The Youtube Reaction Post

This post is one of the easiest and most effective posts. Not only is video the most engaging form of content…finding a relevant video should take all of 5 minutes. From there, all you’ll need to do is explain to your readers why it’s important to them and what you think they should take away from the video. Check out Russ Henneberry‘s post on the Salesforce Blog:

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how to create a youtube video reaction blog post 2 The main thing to note is how Russ begins his content with “here’s my take on this”. You can read the complete post on the Salesforce blog.

6) The YouTube Cut-Up Post

YouTube cut-up posts are the perfect posts for the “how to” posts as well as the step-by-step instructions. They can be used for anything from arts and crafts to marketing tutorials. See the fine work of this post in action from DIY Ready below:

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how to create a youtube cut up blog post 4Make sure to label each step in the process and why it’s important to the project. Bonus points for including social sharing buttons in these posts because they tend to get a lot of shares, especially on Pinterest.

Read the entire blog post on DIY Ready’s website.

7) The Crowdsource Post

By far my favorite type of blog post. The crowd source post is the perfect blend of authority hijacking, valuable content, and social reach. When done right you’ll get guru’s sharing valuable content on your blog and sometimes they’ll send it to their own network if you approach them the right way.

Check out how the world class team over at Digital Marketer does it here:

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how to create a crowdsource blog post 5Good stuff, right? Here is a great email script for getting gurus on board:

Subject: Quick question

Hi (NAME),

I just finished (LISTENING/READING/WATCHING) your latest (BLOG/ARTICLE/PODCAST).

Fantastic.

I have a blog called (NAME OF BLOG) and I’m putting together a post on (SPECIFIC TOPIC) and I’d be honored to get a little blurb from you that I could put in my post.

My audience would absolutely love to get your thoughts on this topic.

I’ve already received a quote for this article from (OTHER INFLUENCER) and I’d be so grateful if you would participate as well.

Please reply if you are interested and I’ll send you the quick question. I only need a 3 to 5 sentence response. And, of course I’ll link to your (BLOG, BOOK, WEBSITE).

I promise the whole thing will take 5 minutes or less.

(YOUR NAME)

Read the entire blog post on Digital Marketer’s blog.

8) The Compilation Post

The final post is the compilation post. It can be a combination of video, images, infographics and any other digital media. The more visual content you have on your post, the longer your readers will stay on your page and the better your SEO rank will be overall.

Take a look at Neil Patel‘s post on Entrepreneur.com. Neil is one of the most qualified experts on this topic:

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Social sharing buttons on this type of post is mandatory. Bonus points for call-to-actions and relevant product ads. You can read the entire post on Entrepreneur’s blog as well as checkout more great stuff from Neil at Quicksprout.

And there you have it! 8 creative and useful blogging hacks you can start using now to grow your subscriber list quicker, with less effort. Maintaining your blog just got a heck of a lot easier. For further blogging inspiration from the most highly shared articles on the web, checkout Buzzsumo. On here you can find other blog ideas in addition to the 8 creative and useful blogging hacks you can start using now.

I wish you the best of luck and hope that this post has been helpful for you! Keep up with the positive feedback so I can continue to give you great stuff.

Talk Soon.

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How To Easily Create A Social Media Sales Funnel

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You’ve probably heard. Social media sales funnels are disrupting the way we do business online. In fact, without one of these digital funnels, your business is at risk of failing to keep up. And it gets worse.

Businesses that don’t have a way to capture prospects email addresses for later follow-up could be leaving as much as 50% of their potential revenue on the table. From all my research into various markets (both online and offline), it’s safe to say that approximately 25% of customers who engage with your business are interested and ready to buy; 25% are not because your business isn’t applicable to them; and 50% are interested but not ready YET. Can you relate?

This means if you don’t have a way to capture your prospect’s email address for later follow up (to nurture them into becoming a customer), you could be missing out on 50% of your potential revenue! And that’s why I want to show you How To Easily Create A Social Media Sales Funnel:

1. Setup & Get Started

The first step is to understand your audience and their habits. Once you know whom you’re targeting you can decide which social media platforms are the best fit. Whether it is Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube or something else, each platform has a slightly different active-audience, depending on your niche.

From here you’ll need to setup your professional profile, advertising account and your website (although a website isn’t necessary for your funnel). If you’re new to the platform and need help setting up I’d recommend finding a video tutorial on YouTube. You can easily setup your profile in 15-20 minutes.

Pro Tip: If you’re new to this but you want to create a stand-out online presence, you can hire a photographer for professional photos and/or a contractor on Fiverr or oDesk to build you an inexpensive WordPress website.

2. Create An Irresistible Lead Magnet

A Lead Magnet is a small “chunk” of value that solves a specific problem for a specific market in exchange for a prospect’s email. More importantly, you’re giving value first and setting the stage for the relationship. The Lead Magnet should be valuable, but not take more than 15 minutes to consume or it could prevent them from moving further in your funnel.

Some good Lead Magnet examples are:

  • Toolkits/Resource Lists
  • Cut & paste templates
  • Guides/Cheat-sheets/Blueprints
  • Case studies
  • Free trials
  • Assessment tests
  • Surveys

3. Build A Squeeze Page

Now that you know whom you’re targeting and what you’re offering, it’s time to build your squeeze page. A squeeze page is the web page prospects land on after they click your ad. The squeeze page contains a headline, sub-headline, list of benefits, an image of your offer and a call-to-action. This page is designed to obtain a reader’s email address by encouraging them to opt-in and receive your Lead Magnet.

You absolutely DO NOT have to have any experience with websites or coding in order to build an effective squeeze page. There are many squeeze page platforms that make it extremely easy for you to build one with a cut-and-paste template. Simply add your colors, text, images, and integrate it with your Email Auto-Responder. More on that in just a bit.

My favorite tools for creating squeeze pages: LeadPages, Click Funnels, and OptimizePress.

4. Create Your Ad

Creating your ad is a similar to creating your squeeze page, but you have to compact it all into a very small template. You create your headline, sub-headline, image and a call-to-action. The more congruent the content in your ad and your squeeze page, the higher the conversion rate will be. But we’re not done yet.

You’ll need to navigate the ad manager on the platform you’re using (again, YouTube has plenty of resources here). You’ll have to set up your campaign type, target your audience, choose the bidding type, schedule and add your ad content.

In general, there are two types bidding: cost per impression (CPM) and cost per click (CPC). CPM stands for the cost per 1,000 impressions. If your CPM is $1, you’ll be charged $1 for every 1,000 impressions on your ad. CPC stands for cost per click and can include specific actions such as likes, conversions, and registrations.

My favorite tools for creating outstanding ad images: Canva and PicMonkey.

5. Configure Your Email Campaign & Auto-Responder

Jeff Walker, in his book Launch, refers to your email list as your “license to print money”. And I totally agree. Your social media sales funnel will allow you to rapidly build an email list of pre-qualified prospects. But after you build your list, you’ll need to nurture your leads into becoming customers. Lets take a closer look.

In general, there are 3 types of emails you’ll be sending to your list:

  • The Welcome Email: Thank your prospect for subscribing, tell them what your business is all about and what they can expect from you. It’s very important that you “humanize” your communication by introducing yourself before you start talking about business.
  • The Value-Offer Email: A link to your blog post, another lead magnet, or valuable content. The important practice here is give value without asking for anything.
  • The Value-Promo Email: Promo emails include new products/services, flash sales, online or in person trainings, etc. Provided that you’ve qualified well throughout the process, the sale should be a natural next step.

My favorite tools for email auto-responders: AWeber & Infusionsoft.

6. Integrate Your Shopping Cart

Now we talk about the exciting part….how to collect your money. There are 3 components to your shopping cart:

  • Order Form: The page where customers fill out their payment details and pay for their product/service. Some shopping carts can require HTML or coding experience, so look before you leap.
  • Payment Gateway: Links your order form to your processing network and merchant account.
  • Merchant Account: Enables you to accept credit card payments.

I recommend getting a solution that incorporates all 3 components seamlessly so you can create a headache-free shopping cart with a user-friendly design. You’ll most likely need to integrate 2 or 3 different services to get your payment system setup, so make sure each of your platforms integrates easily.

My favorite shopping carts: PayPal Payments Pro, Stripe, Sam Cart, 1Shopping Cart.

As soon as you setup these main components to your social media sales funnel, you’re well on your way to leveraging the power of automation and scale in your business. From here, you’ll want to increase your presence on all of the social networks and monetize your traffic sources online.

For the complete list of my favorite tools, visit My Resources Page.

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