[Template Download] Build Excitement with This New Webinar Registration Page

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If you have LeadPages™, you don’t need to download this template – it’s already available to you inside your LeadPages account. Just log in and you’ll see how super easy it is to customize this page in seconds with no technical knowledge or skills, make it mobile responsive, integrate it with your email service provider or CRM, run A/B split tests, and publish it to Facebook, WordPress, or your own server.

Looking to increase your webinar signups? Our brand new Simple Webinar Registration Page is designed with the perfect formula in mind for attracting the new attention you’re looking for in order to get more people to register for your upcoming webinars. How?

This template, like all good webinar registration templates, answers the “who, what, where, why, and when.” The top half of the page does a great job of showing the “who, what, where, and when,” as you can see, but below the fold this page really shines by doing a fantastic job of showing the “why.”

You should use this area to tell your audience what they’re going to learn or the biggest benefits of attending this webinar. A webinar with meaningful content is critical . . . but no one will care unless you tell them why your webinar is something they have to attend.

A good way to figure this out the answer to this question is to deconstruct the title of your webinar. Ask yourself, “So what? Why is this important?” Coming up with convincing arguments will allow you to empathize with the wants and needs of your customers.

For example, let’s say you are hosting a webinar about 3 tweaks you can make to your website to 10x your business. To figure out what to put in this benefits section, ask yourself: why is this important? Keep asking yourself this until you have an answer that will resonate with your audience.

Not only does this section help convince visitors why your training is important, but it also helps set expectations for the webinar. Getting someone to register for your webinar requires them to give you their most valuable thing: their time. You can make them feel like your webinar is valuable to them by breaking down the exact things that they’ll learn so they know what they’re committing to.

This template is beautifully designed, and it can be easily used for any type of business. Here we’ve customized it for a few different types of businesses, including a yoga class, guitar lessons, and a coaching webinar. Each of these looks beautiful and has enticing tips to get people to register.

The best part is, we created all of these pages in under 10 minutes. It’s that easy.

To change any text, just click and type. To change any images, just select a new one. To collect leads and registrants, you can easily choose an email service provider to send the contact information to, and automatically register them for your webinar. Now when you use this page, people are automatically added to your list AND added to your webinar signups.

There are two ways you can get this template: You could download the HTML, CSS, JavaScript and image files by clicking on the button below. It’s free and there no strings attached. But you’ll need to be a coder or hire a coder in order to customize the template to use on your site.

The second way is to sign up for a LeadPages® account. Then you’ll have immediate access to this template and over 100 more inside of LeadPages®. You’ll be able to customize and publish any template without ever having to touch a line of code—so you’ll save a ton of time and money.

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  • Peter

    I cant seem to find the template in my Leadpages dashboard? Anything I have to update or install?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      hmm, maybe do a refresh? I just looked and I’m seeing it. If that doesn’t work, let me know!