We’ve launched some new features and updates that we know you’re going to love. Check out the video above to see what’s new in January, including a new Leadboxes builder, Drag and Drop enhancements, and more!
Congratulations! You’ve earned a major marketing certification. (In conversion marketing, Google Analytics, Adwords, inbound marketing, or any of a gazillion other marketing certification training programs.)
You look amazing in your certified swag, and your profile in the certified directory shines. You are poised for the influx of inquiries and warm leads sure to come your way.
You even wonder if you’ll be able to keep up with them all. But then …
For observant marketers, every great landing page has something to teach.
It might be something small, like a clever turn of phrase in the headline. Or it might be something larger—the kind of choice that expands your conception of what a landing page can do.
Every month, we collect 10 landing pages worth learning from. As of last month, many of those lessons are backed up by objectively high conversion rates, too. In this post, I’ll be specifically calling out some of the lessons our last batch of the best landing pages of the year have to teach, and noting which ones turned up at the top of our highest-converting pages report.
Of course, sometimes the best way to learn is by following closely in another marketer’s footsteps. To that end, we’re also giving away a bundle of four of the landing page templates you see in this post. Click below for your free template pack, which includes:
Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to introduce this guest post from Chris Huntley. The founder of Huntley Wealth Insurance Services, Chris has also become a sought-after advisor to other entrepreneurs hoping to apply new online marketing tactics in tradition-minded industries. Chris’s site recently passed the 1-million-visitor mark, and in this post he’ll share how he got that traffic and turned it into valuable leads.
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Every day, I get an email from an insurance agent who is struggling, begging me to explain how I generate life insurance leads online.
Wait a minute!
These guys want my advice?
The irony is laughable.
Eight years ago, I was over $40,000 in credit debt and couldn’t rub two pennies together (unless I borrowed them).