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    Newbie newbie8100's Avatar
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    landing pages
    ok .. i just caught a glimpse of a landing page .. and they are all over the internet!!! everyone has one..... we were advised not to do one...

    any thoughts on this .. because after taking over our affiliate program I see no other way to generate leads for one .. and our the site that was made for us does not have the act now buy factor....

    am I missing something,. YES, !!1 squeeze page, landing page! ... I'd love to hear any thoughts on this from the experts.....

    thanks !!! much success to all!

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    Affiliate Manager Howard Gottlieb's Avatar
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    Every page should be treated as a landing page.

    Be very clear what you want your visitor doing when they hit any page.
    I would rather live my life as if there is a God and die
    to find out there isn't, than live my life as if there
    isn't and die to find out there is.

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    Manager - Affiliate Marketing Patrick Vesperman's Avatar
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    Landing pages certainly have a place, but not everywhere. Remember, they can be a barrier between your customer and the sale. Removing extra clicks is always a plus. However, many time more information/content is needed to properly inform the customer.
    Or, maybe there is a tool or feature that will enhance the experience or provide added value. This is where a landing page is worthwhile.

    Don't just have one to have one - make sure it has a purpose.

    Best of luck!

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    Thanks....
    Quote Originally Posted by pjvesperman
    Landing pages certainly have a place, but not everywhere. Remember, they can be a barrier between your customer and the sale. Removing extra clicks is always a plus. However, many time more information/content is needed to properly inform the customer.
    Or, maybe there is a tool or feature that will enhance the experience or provide added value. This is where a landing page is worthwhile.

    Don't just have one to have one - make sure it has a purpose.

    Best of luck!

    I do agree have one for a purpose...in fact...the more I look at it I know that a landing page that has selling actions on it would do us good though.. but as with anything... testing the waters is my only option now. thanks for the advice!

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    thank you Howard....
    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Gottlieb
    Every page should be treated as a landing page.

    Be very clear what you want your visitor doing when they hit any page.


    i will definitely make sure it's direct , clear and to the point....

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    I am a landing page guy - pre-sell pre sell pre sell

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