[Download] 3 “Done for You” Landing Pages for Facebook

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Since LeadPages was started we’ve always talked about publishing your landing pages on Facebook. In fact, every page in side of LeadPages can be published to Facebook in four clicks. For example let’s publish this page to Facebook right now in four clicks. 1, 2, 3, 4 and just like that the page is published on Facebook. We’ve even given away a couple of different landing pages that were built from the ground up to use on Facebook. Now we’ve compiled these built for Facebook pages for you to download below this video.

Like it or not, Facebook is a major avenue to reach your target audience and if you’ve been holding off on publishing a landing page on Facebook, I’m going to give you three reasons why you should do this immediately. The first reason is a bit counter intuitive. If you have landing page A published on your website and landing page B which is identical to landing page A, only it’s published on Facebook, you’ will oftentimes see a much higher opt-in rate from a Facebook ad or a Facebook sponsored post to landing page B because people feel comfortable staying within the same Facebook ecosystem.

This is simply because Facebook is familiar to most people whereas your website may not be so when cold traffic goes to an unfamiliar website they’re guard is thrown up but on Facebook they’re already more comfortable with the interface and they feel safe with the pages Facebook is presenting them. This will of course vary from market to market and it’s something that you want to test on your own.

The second reason has to do with buying ads on Facebook. You can actually lower your cost per click when you’re routing your traffic to a landing page hosted within Facebook. So if you are purchasing Facebook ads, you’d get Facebook traffic then send them to a Facebook landing page. Basically the Facebook traffic stays within Facebook so they typically charge less for that traffic since it’s staying within their Facebook ecosystem. In fact, Facebook ads master and lop super user Brian Moran paid about 40 cents less per click when sending traffic from ads to a Facebook landing page.

This leads right into reason number 3. When you’re running Facebook traffic to a Facebook landing page, you’ll generally get a higher percentage of your ads approved if the ads lead to a page within Facebook. Now there are certain markets that Facebook doesn’t really like such as wealth building and dieting, however when sending traffic back into Facebook instead of to an external site, Facebook is more likely to approve your ad. So with these three reasons in mind, we should be publishing our landing pages to Facebook. Typically to do this, you need to build and customize your landing page using Dreamweaver or some sort of HTML editor then get the HTML code for the page that you just created. From, there you’d use Facebook’s static HTML app where you’d paste your landing page code in and then save and publish the page. It can be a huge pain to get all this set up if you’re not familiar with code. However, if you’re a LeadPages customer, any page you create in LeadPages can be published to Facebook in as little as thirty seconds.

Let’s log in so I can show you how to easily create Facebook landing pages. I go to My.LeadPages.net. I enter my username and password and now we’re in the main member’s area of LeadPages. We first need to select the page we like to publish to Facebook and there are a couple ways that you can do this. You can choose a page from the made for Facebook category or you could sort the pages by their highest average conversion rate to see which pages are converting the best right now. I’m going to use this beautiful Facebook template that you can download below called the Brian Murray and Facebook template. In a previous post about this template, which I’ll link to below, this video Brian Rand used this page to generate 350,000 Facebook fans and 200,000 opt-ins. These are huge numbers so you can see why I’m using it. Like with all pages, I just click on any element to edit it and I’m going to add a video embed code changed the headline, changed the button text. I want to integrate this page with email service provider and then I’ll select a list I want to add people to then I’ll save the page. Then I’ll click on publish.

Once in the publishing window, I can actually publish this page to Facebook in four clicks. I click once, twice, three times and four. Now my page is published to Facebook as a Facebook tab. It’s the easiest way to publish landing pages on Facebook that we’ve seen and it’s built into LeadPages.

If you’re not a LeadPages customer, you will need to be, you will need to be a coder or hire a coder to make the downloadable templates below work. For nonLeadPages customers, it’s a bit more difficult to set up. Here’s what you’ll need to do if you’re not a LeadPages customer.

If you’re a developer, click on the link below and opt in to get the made for Facebook templates and our LeadMagnet delivery system will deliver them to you. Modify the HTML and CSS using your coding skills or the coder you’ve hired, integrate the pages with your autoresponder, WordPress etc., get your landing page code that you’ve generated and finally publish the pages. So these are all the steps you’ll need to take if you’re not a LeadPages customer. We found that if you’re not a LeadPages customer, typically it will cost around $300 for a coder to customize and publish each page for you. If you’re a LeadPages customer, you don’t need to spend that $300 because LeadPages does everything for you right out of the box. Also, if you’re a LeadPages customer you can customize each page and have it live online within five minutes. In fact you don’t need to download the templates at all. They’re already in the member’s area where LeadPages handles everything for you including making the pages mobile responsive, sending out your LeadMagnet, integrating the page with Facebook, WordPress and so on as well as integrating the page with your autoresponder like AWeber, MailChimp, InfusionSoft, Office AutoPilot, etc.

If you’re not a LeadPages customer and you’d like to easily publish pages to Facebook, head to www.LeadPages.net to get LeadPages. I’m Jeff Wenberg and I’ll see you on Facebook.

  • Josh

    video is not playing

  • Hey Jeff, are these new landing pages or were they already all in LeadPages?

    Only reason I ask is you mentioned a Facebook category, but I can’t see it in my account.

    • Jeff Wenberg

      These pages have already been released. They are some of the ‘Made For Facebook’ pages we’ve seen the best results with.

  • Maggie Percy

    Jeff, it appears that you still can only publish one LeadPages page per FB fan page. I have found a way around it (it’s a bit more complicated than using your great, easy system), so that I can add more LeadPages pages to each fan page, but is there hope for that changing? I use a lot of tabs on each page, and it would really help if I could use your system to publish them.

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Maggie, unfortunately, you can only publish one LeadPages tab to each FB page. According to Facebook’s terms of service, every app (including LeadPages), is only allowed one tab per Facebook page. Until that changes we can only publish one LeadPages page per FB page.

      • Maggie Percy

        OK, so what I’ve been doing, because I have lots of tabs, is to use a free Woobox account, create a FB tab and use the LeadPages page as the URL for the tab page, and that works fine, even though it’s a bit more work. But it’s free and is a workaround for that, for anyone who is low tech like me and needs more than one tab.

        • Mark Teirney

          Nice tip Maggie

          • Maggie Percy

            Mark, I’m the kind of person who can’t accept ‘no’ for an answer. 🙂 And I wanted to use LeadPages…

          • Mark Teirney

            I like your type

      • Pat Nelligan

        Hey Jeff, I am not trying to contradict you but am confused by this answer as I am a member of Pagemodo, a FB page app, and I can create multiple pages and tabs for each of my fb accounts there. I am wondering why it would be different for Lead Pages. I much prefer the templates and ease of use of Lead Pages and would stop using Pagemodo instantly if I could use Lead Pages for more than one tab.

        • Jeff Wenberg

          Pat, interesting. Can you share a page with me where I can see what you’re doing?

          • Pat Nelligan

            Hi Jeff, go here https://www.facebook.com/wpproducts or here https://www.facebook.com/sigancorporation Both of these pages have two tabs that were produced in the pagemodo app and I have just checked they are both current. We can add as many tabs as we want, to my knowledge, there is provision for 8 tabs on the fb page, just remembered this one https://www.facebook.com/pages/Galaxy-Gear-Store/ which has three tabs, all made in pagemodo…..I hope that helps,…….you will notice the pages are not as good looking as most of the LP pages….the templates they have are not as good as yours!

          • Jeff Wenberg

            Pat and Maggie, thanks for sharing. I’ve forwarded these pages on to our developers to take a look at. If you would like to see this added to LeadPages it’d be great if you’d submit a feature request. If there is enough demand for multiple Facebook tabs, it may be developed. You can do submit a feature request by going to support.leadpages.net then click on feature request at the right. Thanks guys!

          • Pat Nelligan

            Thanks for following up Jeff, I have submitted a request as you suggested. In terms of demand, I am sure that if you asked your members directly, any who use Fb would like to be able to create multiple pages for any Fb page

          • Maggie Percy

            I have WP4FB still, but don’t use it, because I don’t like how the pages look, but I know they allowed multiple tabs per page.

      • Maggie Percy

        Not to contradict, but when I used WP4FB, it allowed an unlimited number of tabs per page…

  • Michael

    Hey your zip file doesn’t unzip…I think the directory names are too long

    Thanks for the great resources!

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Michael I just tested it and I was able to download and open all of them.

  • Carole@RusticArtistry.com

    Can I insert a photo instead of a video on this lead page?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Carole, I’m not sure which page you’re referring to. If you’re an existing LeadPages customer contact our support team at support.leadpages.net and they’ll be able to walk you through customizing your page.

  • John Wells

    Cool features. For some reason in those new forms, I can’t select Yes or No for the Facebook registration. I only can choose my aweber form. It seems the yes & no button is dimmer than the other buttons

    • Jeff Wenberg

      John please contact our awesome support team at support.leadpages.net and they’ll be able to help you through this. Thanks!

  • Iain MacGillivray

    Hi Jeff,

    looks good if you are using custom tabs, but there is an issue. These are not available for mobile, only desktop.

    Are there any plans to enable landing pages for the timeline which is mobile accessible..?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Iain, this is out of our control. It’s a limitation of the mobile app. Once Facebook adds this functionality you’ll be able to do this.

      • Maggie Percy

        Do 22 Social and Fan Boom have mobile? I thought so…

  • Hi Jeff. I’ve created my LeadPages landing page within FB, and would like to create a FB ad directing people towards the FB lead page, as recommended. However, choosing “Website Conversions” is not permitted, and when I choose “Clicks to Website”, I can continue creating the ad, but the preview for the ad displays the following: “Unsupported Link Destination: Previews are not available for Facebook link destinations.”

    Do you have a recommendation for a FB ad directing to a FB LeadPage?

    • I might have figured it out… I made the FB landing page a bitly, and it seems to work.