Landing Page Design Service
Why Choose MarketingByAli for Landing page Design?
What are Landing Pages and Why Do They Matter?
Landing pages are pages that we drive prospects to that will, ideally, result in a conversion behavior like an opt-in or a purchase…
- An opt-in occurs when a landing page visitor gives you their email address in return for a Lead Magnet, discount, newsletter, etc.
- A purchase is when a visitor buys a product, making them a paying customer
Different Types of Landing Pages
A Squeeze Page
A squeeze page’s main purpose is to get email addresses from prospective subscribers. You’ll use this when you want people to opt-in to your list. When you want to generate leads. This is a good landing page type for your Lead Magnet or your newsletter.
Long-Form Sales Letter
Choose this landing page type to sell products and services with the written word. You’ll use this landing page to answer your prospect’s most burning questions about your product.
You’ll use this landing page to sell your entry point offers, your core offer, and your profit maximizers. This is also a good option to use for your more complicated products that require more explanation or your more expensive products that will require you to overcome more objections to get someone to buy.
Video Sales Letter (VSL)
Choose this landing page type to sell products and services with a video.
A Versatile Team of Web Development Experts
These varied projects have given our team the insight to view projects from many different angles, and develop an approach that perfectly suits your site. We are confident that we will be able to realize your vision.
1. Find Your Vision
Our process begins with YOU. Understanding your goals for the site, your audience, your brand identity, and your vision. The site is going to represent you and your business on the internet, and we strive to create a unique and engaging web presence which meets your specific needs.
2. Develop a Timeline
The next step is to draft a timeline for the rest of your project. This outline of our schedule going forward will include project milestones, deadlines, and a description of what your involvement will look like.
3. Draft a Mockup
Before we begin the coding process, we will draft a mockup of your site. By creating a visual sketch, we can make sure that our layout and design plan matches your vision for the site. This also allows us to receive and implement your feedback while the site is taking shape.
4. Begin Coding
Once we’ve agreed on the design, and our mockup has received your stamp of approval, our team can begin coding your website.
5. Test for Bugs
We run all of our websites through a rigorous testing process before launch. This quality assurance procedure serves to ensure that there are no unpleasant surprises when the site goes live.
Your site is live on the web and open to the public.