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7 Deadly Sins of Landing Page Design webinar ready for viewing

Tuesday, July 07, 2009 7/07/2009 02:20:00 PM

Last week, Tim Ash, one of our Website Optimizer Authorized Consultants, gave a webinar on the 7 Deadly Sins of Landing Page Design. In this webinar he exposes common errors in landing page design that might be holding back your conversion rate and shows you how you can fix them. If you missed it, or if you just want to review your sins, you'll be happy to know the webinar is now on the Website Optimizer YouTube channel.

While you're visiting our channel, have a look around. We have a bunch of videos including conference sessions, previous webinars, and helpful tips.


Daniel Brady said...

Awesome YouTube channel. This might just be my most useful RSS subscription.

nicholas said...

Definitley a great youtube channel and presentation - would love to see it in slideshare form so I can fly through it!

Bonnie said...

THANKS! I was worried I would miss this!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting! This was a great presentation, and I'm glad I got to catch it. Great examples and very useful information.

Dan Poynor said...

Great tips! A couple of my favorites...

- How to include SEO content while optimizing for humans.
- Remove adjectives to create a no B.S. zone.
- Avoid generic photos in favor of topic specific photos.
- Instead of the drop down menus that overlay content try accordion menus on the side.

bwjohn said...

very informative and helpful webinar.

windwil said...

Very useful and intuitive. bottom line -


TWMG said...

Many online merchants under estimate the value of their landing page. Education is the key to bringing about awareness.
The information you have contributed,highlights problems and provides dependable solutions for struggling Web pages.
Thank you for the insight.
Best wishes.

Eliana said...

Hello Tim, thank you for the help 7 deadly sins. I just launch our site and I am a journalist not a webmaster and also I am from have help me to understand the mistakes and how to fix it. Thank you for to deliver the concepts of simplicity, objectivity and above all trust.

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