Landing Pages and Opt in Forms.
They can be confusing, no doubt about it. But today I’ll explain the difference and give you a few unique ways to use them in order to start collecting names and build your list.
Here are examples of both:
Landing Pages and Opt-in Forms go hand in hand. A landing page is where your clients LAND when following a link. An opt-in form is the place they actually enter their email address.
Opt in Form:
I use LeadPages to create my landing pages and opt-in forms, but there are many other providers out there as well. When you create your landing page and opt-in form, you want to customize them to make them your own. Change the colors, add your logo or branding, definitely use wording that reflects who you are and what you’re offering (that cool freebie you designed).
Have more questions about landing pages? Pop your question into the comments section below. This is a continuation of my series on the 7 Tools You Need to Launch Online. Last week we discussed Email Service Providers.
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