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Try something along these lines. you will probably have to push down your ad banner tho.


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A search bar is used by visitors who know what they are looking for. Your landing page is designed for the target audience that isn't aware of the service or product of the website yet. Getting conversions You'll get the most conversions when you use the AIDA formula to draw the attention of the visitors and to engage them with the product or service the ...


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No, don't do it While more information is needed, IN GENERAL the answer would be "NO, don't do it!". Think about this: when you create a landing page, you need to create a funnel to make users perform an action (usually registering or purchasing). The funnel image is not random, think on its shape and you'll realize you're going from general to particular, ...


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The amount of clicks to get somewhere has already been disproven many times; so in light of that, its good as long as the user gets the sense of going forward. That being said, I think just "sign up" is enough, as, like you mentioned, you can give people several options to register on the following view (not limited to linkedin even). I think the real ...


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I would suggest to have the sign up on the landing page itself without directing the user to another place. That way you can have the Sign up via Linked in as a second option. Also try to avoid long sign up form. Just have 2 fields, may be for the name and email address and the sign up button.


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Humans by nature are visual creatures, the page is informative but very text heavy. Where an average unique visitor will spend around 5-20 seconds looking whether or not he/she will proceed to further explore other pages of the site, the front page is way too cluttered to do so now, unless I know specifically why I came to this site. Breaking down the text ...


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You have a nice look and feel in your landing page but first and foremost is to build trust with your users in every corner of your product. Trust can be easily lost and in your case I see that in one of the testimonials the link, www.FetterGroup.com, returns a 403 Forbidden response. This lowers the credibility a lot! I have witnessed many users being ...


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Less is more? :p don't think in a website as a service catalog or brochure.. Just add the information and links that users will need! I always try to find the most frequent tasks (analytics helps a lot!) and design accordingly. Of course, you have many customer types, and have to analyze that first. For exAmple..Tasks Like... Opening an account, check ...


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I'm okay with a minimal form on a landing page - it makes the signup feel more connected to the content. I've had situations in the past where I have had longer lead forms but still wanted to capture essential information on the landing page - like email address and name. My approach was: -on submit of the first form the user would be directed to a thank ...



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