This is why you should consider having a landing page when promoting an affiliate product. If you don't have your own website or blog, you need to have a way to send traffic to the product. Most article directories will not even let you use affiliate links or urls in your articles because they have to produce a good quality site for visitors and prohibiting affiliate links is one way of doing this.
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A professionally designed landing page can improve your conversion rates.
This post is all about showcasing awesome landing pages, to give you some inspiration for your next design. It’s worth stating that no page is ever perfect – or conversely, every page can be better. With this in mind, we’ll be offering perspective on what makes each page special or interesting, while providing some insight into what we would try out in an A/B test experiment to optimize for higher conversions.
But what is it that makes a landing page design effective?
There are many factors, but the principle reasons are an adherence to the fundamental rules of conversion centered design:
- Use a clear and concise value statement so visitors understand the purpose of the page immediately
- Focus the whole page on a single message, with a single primary call to action (CTA)
- Use conversion design rules to make your CTA stand out (whitespace, color, contrast, directional cues)
- When using a form to collect data, balance the amount of information requested with the perceived value of the item being given in return (report, eBook etc.)
- And many more that I’ll get into in the examples below… Read more and see very beautiful examples here