Whenever we start a new Landing Page Optimization project we like to start-out by seeing what else is out there.
In this new section we’ll run through high-traffic landing pages that we like, and highlight the good and bad.
To see our comments, just rollover the images.
- Clear headline that accurately describes the product.
- Clear call to action button placed to maximize horizontal eyeline exposure.
- Inclusion of implied testimonials including Fortune 500s to raise trust.
- Poor call-to-action button contrast.
- Stock photos are simply window dressing, lost opportunity for engagement.
- Implied testimonials colors may be distracting, test grayscale.
- Everybody loves monkeys – great and memorable mascot.
- Testimonial from Mashable, good fit for their demographic.
- Good call-to-action button with nice contrast placed “above the fold”.
- Testimonial length is too long, and font too small – incredible customer list in there including Intel, Staples, and more that should be drawn out more.
- “Top rated social media tool” is a confusing sub-headline.
- “Get a completely free account” is what got us to start using MailChimp ourselves, perhaps underutilized as central messaging of landing page.
- Professional, non-obtrusive headline/background color combo.
- Call to action button with descriptive action oriented text.
- Three headlines at top is too much.
- Way too much text in the “why lotuslive inotes – better word economyt needed.
- No testimonials, no human element.
That’s it folks
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