[Free Landing Page Download] The Uber Webinar Registration Page We Created To Crush All Others

[Free Landing Page Download] The Uber Webinar Registration Page We Created To Crush All Others

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If you sort all the landing page templates by conversion rate inside of LeadPages, you’ll find that the first five highest converting pages are webinar registration pages. In fact, the highest converting page is one that we reconstructed based on a page that James Schramko created. So in other words, we took that page that he gave us and souped it up, and now it’s our top converting page, and it’s been our long-time goal to not only de-throne that pesky James Schramko, but to beat our highest converting page. In order to do that, we’ve released two brand new beautiful webinar registration page templates, and these templates are designed from the ground up to be our highest converting templates, and we think they’re going to accomplish that.

Our designer, Stella, designed both of these pages and she did an amazing job. These two pages are our best designed templates yet. They are absolutely beautiful templates. In fact, we invite you to split test these against the James Schramko template to see what your results are. One thing that we found is that when all things are considered, pages with high calls to action, even when it’s in the header, outperform pages with low calls to action. So because of that, on this page, we added the high call to action. We’ve also found that pages with countdown timers outperform pages without countdown timers so we added that to both templates, and that’s a little tip we got from Gideon Shalwick.

Now this page contains all the best things from the James Schramko template. It copies the basic design, but as you could see, we’ve added the countdown timer as I’ve already mentioned. We’ve added the ability for this to be a page that works with one or two hosts. It also has the blurred out mind map in the background because we found that when you tell people you’re giving them a mind map and you blurred out just enough so they can’t read it, it drives curiosity and people opt in, and that’s a tip that we got from James Schramko, and we believe that he originally got it from Ryan Deiss. We’ve added the ability to have multiple bullet points here all of which you can disable, and there’s also a call to action button at the bottom. You can disable all these elements on their own, or if you’d like to turn everything off from a separator down to the bottom of the page, you can do that as well. Now this page adds the high call to action and it’s a different style of page. It’s for people that aren’t giving away something like a mind map, but still wants a page that converts incredibly well. We think it’s got a very, very professional Web 3.0 look. Both of these pages are absolutely beautiful templates.

Let’s go ahead and take a look at how to easily customize these pages inside of LeadPages. First, we’ll start with the Web 3.0 webinar registration page. Make this a single presenter by disabling presenter one, then of course, I need to add my best picture. Only change the event name so to change any texts, all you have to do is click on it, add your new text, and that’s all it takes to edit it. I’m going to do the same with the bullet points. I’ll just click and my text and it’s done. So do that for a couple of this and I’m just going to disable the ones that I’m not going to use. I need to set up my opt in form integration so I can click email addresses so I’ll select which integration I want, select which list I want to add emails to, and then just click okay. To adjust the countdown timer for the right time, I’ll need to go into the dynamic control section and enter in the time the webinar starts. Now a quick note here. You may not see this update on this page when you save this; however, when you publish the page, the correct time will display.

Finally, let’s set up the lead magnet delivery system. The lead magnet delivery system handles sending your mind map, free report, downloadable ebook, or whatever else you’re giving away in exchange for someone’s email address while your email service provider still functions exactly the same as it normally would and sends out all the other emails you’ve set up in your email service provider account. This is a huge time saver and definitely our favorite way of delivering lead magnets. Now let’s say the word done customizing and we’ll just name the page, then we’ll save the page. From there, we’ll have a few different publishing options. With the click of a button, you can publish this page through our servers, publish it to WordPress, publish it to Facebook as a Facebook tab, or finally, you can download the file and put it on your own server. Next, let’s customize the Web 3.0 webinar registration page with countdown timer. Again, to change any text, just click on it, add your new text, and that’s it. Like before, I need to set up my opt-in form integration to click email addresses so I’ll select which integration I want to use, select which list to add emails to, and then just click okay. Again, to adjust the countdown timer for the right time, we’ll need to go into the dynamic control section and enter in the time the webinar starts. Again, remember, you may not see this update on this page when you save it, however, when you publish the actual page, the correct time will display.

Now I’m just going to go through and edit the bullet points that I need, and again, all you do is click add your text and you’re done, and like before, for the ones that I don’t need, I’m just going to go ahead and disable them. Now on this template, I need to disable presenter number 2 in order to have a single host webinar. I need to add my fabulous picture to the presenter one section, and okay, now it looks like I’m done editing so I’ll just need to name the page, click save, and then again, we’ll have a few publishing options. You can publish this page through our servers, publish it to WordPress…

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…publish it to Facebook as a Facebook tab, or finally, you can download the file and put it on your own server. We invite you to try both of these templates, but be aware that we don’t yet have enough split test data to rank either of these templates, so when you go to webinar registration pages and sort by average conversion rate, they won’t show up. You actually need to have that turned off to see them, so we invite you to use these pages so we get more data for them across our platform and we can rank them, and for those of you that have split testing available, we invite you to split test them against the reigning king, James Schramko, right here.

If you’re not a LeadPages customer, you will need to be a coder or hire a coder to make the downloadable templates below work. For non-LeadPages customers, it’s a bit more difficult to set up, so here’s what you’ll need to do if you’re not a LeadPages customer. If you’re a developer, click on the links below and opt in to get these beautifully-designed templates, and our lead magnet delivery system will deliver them to you. Modify the HTML and CSS using your coding skills or the coder that you’ve hired, then integrate with your auto responder, WordPress, etcetera. Get your landing page code that you’ve generated and publish the page. So these are all the steps that you’ll need to take if you’re not a LeadPages customer. If you are a LeadPages customer, you don’t need to download these. These are already in the members area. If you’re not a LeadPages customer and you’d like to be, head to www.LeadPages.net to get LeadPages.

I’m Jeff Wenberg, enjoy these templates and have a great day.

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