If so, then airplane banner marketing is the solution.
However, as Larry is fond of saying, small changes often mean small results.
If you want to land the big fish, you’ve got to radically rethink your landing pages.
Our first landing page idea is to use a single-click sign-up system on your landing pages, like the one in this example from our friends at Unbounce: As this page is from Unbounce, it should come as no surprise that it gets virtually everything right.
What Unbounce offers couldn’t be clearer, and the call to action is bold and almost irresistibly clickable – and that’s before you even consider the organic way they introduce how many clients use their services, and those juicy trust signals from major brands.
The narrower the social group you choose, the more converting potential it will have.
Developing a name for your dating site is crucial in brand building.
He cops to using multiple ad blockers to protect himself from the offending ads.
At the time, however, Timmons–now a consultant– and the others who worked on the project had an optimistic view of the future.
When starting your dating site, it’s best to decide on a dating market niche since the general marketplace is already occupied by big players difficult to compete with.
For your convenience, we have outlined several quickly-expanding niches in the Ska Date Dating Software blog.
In today’s post, I’ll give you 15 landing page ideas that you can steal (sorry, I mean “borrow”) for your own landing pages, as well as examples of how to apply these ideas based on real landing pages from around the web.