[Template Download] Boost Your Sales With This Gorgeous Web 3.0 Sales Letter

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Adaptation and innovation are sacred to us here at LeadPages. You can’t get innovation without marrying time tested proven technique with what’s working right now as markets and marketing evolve over time. With adaptation and innovation in mind, I want to introduce you to the newest sales page inside of LeadPages, the web 3.0 sales letter. This sales page is not only stunning with its absolutely gorgeous web 3.0 design but it’s extremely flexible. It’s designed from the ground up to get more sales and conversions for your business. This sales page features all the necessary elements you need to sell your product or service. Everything that’s above the fold currently is enough to sell your product or service. Everything below the fold is an added 1, 2 punch to sell your product or service even further. There’s a great space for your compelling headline to get people to watch the video then when they watch the video, they’ll notice the buy button appears right at the same time the offer is being made in the video. Then as the recap of the offer is happening in the video, another arrow appears urging them forward. This fade-in feature alone can boost conversions because it avoids curious clicks to find out how much your product or service costs and directs the attention of the visitor to the sales video.

But of course you can shut this feature off if you’d like to. Also, you’ll see that right under the button there’s a guarantee so they don’t have to scroll to the end of the page to see that the product or service is guaranteed. In a sense social media is so important the social media icons follow you as you go down the page. So at any point, people can share this page with their friends. This page is immensely powerful and we haven’t even gone below the fold yet. There’s beautiful page is mobile responsive so it will adjust to look great on any size screen as well. As I said earlier, this template is extremely flexible. Any section that you don’t want to use can be turned off so if for example I wanted to turn off every section and use this as a strict video sales page, I could have a fantastic looking video sales letter in a few clicks.

Now I’m going to turn all those sections back on and then continue moving down the page. In this section, you can add a personal touch to your page while also providing a little bit of information on the biggest benefit of your product or service. In the next section, there’s space for traditional benefit oriented copy about your product or service. Then there’s an awesome social proof section that you can use to let other people tell your visitors how awesome your product or service is. This kind of social proof can be even more powerful than using your own copy.

In this section you can showcase your product or service. This section also helps the visitor conceptualize what we’ll be buying by using a product image here. You can use different bullets about the benefits of using your product or service. Now at the bottom, we have a guarantee section with a fantastic looking guarantee seal, which is proven to increase conversions. In fact here at LeadPages we use something similar on our sales page. You can see that right here. Finally there’s the follow-up call to action button at the bottom of the page for people to purchase your product or service.

Now that we’ve gone over the page, let’s go over customizing this page inside of LeadPages. Just go to My.LeadPages.net and enter your username and password. Now that we’re logged into that member’s area we’ll find the web 3.0 sales letter and click to use this template. Select the market that you’re in and now like with all pages inside of LeadPages, you simply click on something to edit it. So I’m going to change my headline. Now I’m going to add in my video embed code and you can use videos from services like YouTube, Vimeo, Wistia, or any service that gives you an embed code you can use it here.

Now I want to update my button text then I need to add my shopping cart URL so when people click my buy button they’re routed to the correct place. Now if you’d like to set the fade-in time for the buy button, select the video button fade-in section and enter in the time that the button should fade in. Generally you want this to correspond when your offer is stated in the video. If you’d like to fade in the arrow, select the video fade-in arrow section and add the time you want the arrow to fade in.

Now in this section there’s a few things I want to edit. I’ll swap out Clay’s picture for my own. I’ll change the name, the product name, the copy in the section and finally I’ll update my signature. For this example, I’ll just hide this section of copy and then I’m going to add two testimonials by clicking on the various elements and updating them. As you can see, this is as easy as simply clicking something and editing.

Now I’ll update my product image and I only have three bullets to use so I’ll add those in and the nice thing you’ll notice about the bullet section is it dynamically contracts or expands depending on how many bullet points I have in the text box on the left here.

Now I’ll add my shopping cart URL to the bottom button and now I’m done customizing the page. I’ll name the page and then I’ll save the page. Once I hit publish, the page is now live on the internet and LeadPages gives me a URL that I can go to immediately to view the page. So we’ll go there and check out the page. Here’s the page we just created looking great, mobile responsive.

Back in the publishing window, we have a few more options. You can publish the page to WordPress, publish the page to Facebook as a Facebook tab or finally you can download the file and put it on your own server. As you start using this page, please share your URL to your pages in the comments below this video. We always love seeing how you guys innovate even further. If you’re not a LeadPages customer you will need to be a coder or hire a coder to make the downloadable template 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 web 3.0 sales letter and our LeadMagnet delivery system will deliver it to you. Modify the HTML and CSS using your coding skills or the coder you’ve hired, integrate the page with your autoresponder, WordPress etc., get your landing page code that you’ve generated and finally publish the page. So these are all the steps that 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 the page for you. If you are a LeadPages customer, you can customize the page and have it live online within five minutes. In fact, you don’t need to download the template, it’s already in the member’s area where LeadPages handles everything for you including making the page mobile responsive, sending out a LeadMagnet, integrating the page with Facebook, WordPress, and so on as well as integrating the page with your autoresponder like AWeber, MailChimp, Infusion Soft, Office Autopilot etc. Plus if you use this page with LeadPages, you’ll get amazing analytics and if you’re a pro or enterprise member you’ll get the ability to run split test in different variations of the page.

Head to www.LeadPages.net, click on the button below the video to get LeadPages. If you’re unsure which plan to go with, we recommend the pro annual plan as it comes with the majority of the features we have and it’s 40% cheaper than paying monthly. So join us at the pro level.

I’m Jeff Wenberg and I’ll see you in the LeadPages member’s area.

  • Cool page, but you should do something regarding frontend performance. Do not load all the JS in the head, use more jpg instead of png, provide a .htaccess file, html5shiv.js should be loaded only when < IE9, … simple changes in the index.html (took me 2 minutes)

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Thanks for the feedback Michael, I’ll pass that on to our developers.

      • Thank you, I have already made my own optimizations. If you are interested send me a mail and I will send you the files in a zip.

        • MoneyBaggs

          Oh wow, that’s super nice, Michael. Hey LeadPages, please use his feedback to optimize!! Thnx so much Michael!!

    • MoneyBaggs

      Thanks for posting this Michael! I hope they take your suggestions!!!

  • Matthew M

    Clay cool new template dude. Hey I’m a new customer (joined on yearly plan) and have one suggestion:

    Allow users to add their own elements to the templates…. PLEASE!!! 🙂

    (ie video, more bullet points, etc)

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Matthew you can totally add any elements you wish. Download the html and customize the page however you’d like.

      • Matthew M

        That’s a pain in the arse. Why can’t I make changes (add custom elements) while editing the template in my leadpages account?

        • Jeff Wenberg

          Matthew, I understand that. We’re always trying to make our builder better. Our pages are built with best conversion practices in mind. While in your case you’re experiencing a slight limitation of the builder (which we’re trying our best to eliminate in the future), generally as a whole this leads to better conversions, extreme ease of use, faster more mobile responsive pages, and the ability to tell you which landing pages convert best across our entire platform. So as I mentioned if you did want to add in custom elements you can always download the html and customize the page however you’d like. Hope that helps.

          • Ralf Kaiser

            Hi Jeff…I like your answer to Matthew’s question. And I do agree with Matthew that the ability to do further customization at the html level would be great.

            Is it possible to download the html, customize it and then upload it to my LeadPages account and have it on your servers?

          • Jeff Wenberg

            Ralf, thanks for the feedback. You can 100% upload custom templates to your LeadPages account if you’re a Pro or Enterprise member. If you need any help doing this please contact our support staff at support.leadpages.net and they’ll be happy to walk you through it.

        • Jeff Wenberg

          Matthew, just as a side note this page is pretty flexible and lets you have video, and as many bullets as you need.

  • Andrea

    in the shopping cart can I add the optimizepress membership site button? So it is integrated?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Andrea, you can add whatever url you’d like to the buy button url.

  • Nick Ortiz

    This looks nice, but are there instructions on how to use the templates? In other words, do we need a Leadpages account to use the templates?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      No you don’t need to be a LeadPages user to download the html version of the template. You will need to have some coding knowledge, or hire someone who has the knowledge to customize the template. To get the template just click on the blue download template button above to get it.

  • Brent Kallmer

    Hey guys,

    Looking forward to checking this out. But the video here seems to be about a webinar thank-you page. Am I missing something?



    • Jeff Wenberg

      Brent, you might have started the playlist on the 2nd video. None the less here is the video: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5ZkG-RrRMk&w=560&h=315%5D

      • Brent Kallmer

        Ah, that would explain it! Thanks, Jeff.

        • Brent Kallmer

          Hey Jeff,

          You really do an awesome job with these videos. As someone who produces tutorials, I understand how hard it is to create compelling and useful content, and I’m always blown away by how you pack so much into these vids (and make it look so easy).


          • Jeff Wenberg

            Hey Brent, thanks for the nice comment. I really appreciate it. Send over a link to some of your tutorials. Would love to see them!

          • Brent Kallmer

            Hey Jeff,

            You’re quite welcome–it’s well deserved.

            Here’s a vid I just did for Native Instruments REAKTOR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u01TqmBO4ZY


          • Jeff Wenberg

            Thanks for sharing. Looks great Brent. I commented on YT!

  • Kurt

    Sweet Template! Quick question.. Does leadpages allow to collect phone numbers instead of emails?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Thanks Kurt, so glad you’re digging the template. Yes you can collect phone numbers on all pages that allow for multiple form fields.

  • Junior

    Video button fade-in section is a great tool… But there is a big problem… in my case the video button show up only in the 10th minute of the video. So, if a returning visitor that already decided to buy and tries to make the purchase he needs to wait 10 minutes again to see the buy button and make the purchase, which is not cool. Is there a way to disable video button fade-in effect for returning customers?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Junior, that is a really good point. Currently there is not a way to disable this feature for returning customers. I’ve forwarded this issue onto our development team so we can try to come up with a solution for that. Thanks!

      • Shrinklady

        I use Wistia hosting for my sales videos and it records where the viewer left off. So when the potential customer gets back to the video they get a message saying “we kept your spot” or start over.

        • Jeff Wenberg

          Great idea! Thanks for sharing.

  • Daniel

    Pull your head in. You can’t call this “Web 3.0”.

  • I’d like to put a LeadBox link in the “Buy Button”.

    I’m just pasting the link, but is opening the LeadBox in a new window.
    You could make easier to use to make any page a lead capture page adding LeadBoxes (like a dropdown menu).

    Can I do it?

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Alexandre, thanks for the question. We’re absolutely working on improving the flexibility of our pages, and we’re going to have some very exciting things to announce soon. In the meantime, if you would like to customize this page and turn it into a lead gen page, you can do a full export of the html and customize the code any way you’d like.

      • Thanks, my solution worked!
        We like LeadPages exactly because we DON’T want to deal with HTML 😉

        Looking foward to the new things!

  • JackoM


    I’m really happy about this template. I use LeadPages for a few months and i really love it.
    I’m curious about the conversions from this LeadPage. Have you guys tested this page? What was the conversion? Just curious…


    • Jeff Wenberg

      Hey Jacko, great to hear you’re excited about the template! Like all of our templates inside of LeadPages you can use the sort by average conversion rate tool to see how any page is performing. Right now this page is so new that we can’t reveal data on this page just yet. However in the weeks to come you’ll be able to see how this page is performing vs. others inside of LeadPages by checking the sort by average conversion rate tool. In the meantime you might want to test this with your own audience to see how it performs.

  • Jackson Mumey
    • Jeff Wenberg

      Jackson thanks so much for sharing. The page looks fantastic. Check the buy button at the bottom of the page. It was looking a little there may be a glitch. How’s this page been converting for you?

      • Jackson Mumey

        Thanks Jeff. I think the Buy link has been corrected. Your question about conversion raises a problem for me. This is a sales page but the only way I can measure conversions in LeadPages is to another Lead Page and I don’t have a ‘post-sale’ Lead Page to link to. Any suggestions?

        • Jeff Wenberg

          Excellent! Got it, definitely create a thank you page the visitor gets to after purchasing and link to that. Here’s the video on how to do that: http://blog.leadpages.net/run-split-tests-on-sales-pages/

          • Jackson Mumey

            Jeff, Thanks so much! That was just the help I needed. I just created a thank you page and linked it as the conversion page. I really appreciate the assistance 🙂

          • Jeff Wenberg

            That’s awesome. Keep me posted on how things are converting for you!

  • Jenny Michaels

    What theme or page template do you guys use for blog part of the site? I love the layout of the page and the overall blog.

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Thanks and good question Jenny. It’s actually a custom design from our in house designer.

  • Terry

    Wow, Jenny Michaels is almost as hot as leadpages

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Haha Thanks Terry.

  • Is this the “long form sales letter” because I didn’t find any letter called 3.0?

  • How do I add the correct links/urls to the social media icons link to specific social pages?