Jul 11, 2021 8:07 AM - edited Aug 12, 2021 9:23 AM
Creating and optimizing landing pages is a crucial step in your lead generation efforts. What's a common mistake I always see and try to avoid? Not having a second offer or CTA on the thank you page.
It’s a smart move to keep your primary offer nice and clean on your landing page and not confuse people with multiple CTAs. However, once you’ve given the promised content to the lead, you are wise to garner their support by asking them to do something whilst they are "hot."
I always suggest making sure you utilize the thank-you page to place another CTA or offer. For example, you could ask people to share the content via a Click to Tweet link.
*To learn more about this, check out the Creating Landing Pages in HubSpot lesson via HubSpot Academy.
Feb 4, 2022 6:48 AM
For me some of the mistakes include showing the navigation bar on the top. This gives too many exit points. I like having clear CTAs.
Although a big factor is where the visitor is coming from. If they are coming from Google Ads they are hotter as they are searching for you or your service / product. FB ads are colder leads.
If they are hotter leads you may need less information on the landing page. You may need a small amount of information with a clear form for them to fill in to contact you
Feb 3, 2022 3:46 AM
Avoid information overload at all costs and optimize it as much as as possible so that it's quick to load. for better user experience and minimize bounce backs.
Feb 1, 2022 9:52 AM
The more straightforward and direct we have made the landing page the more successful. Ask for the minimum amount of information. Don't be afraid to stack the landing page offer. As an example, in a direct purchase scenario we have had success splitting the landing page in two. We simply asked for name and email on first page and then credit card and shipping information on a second page. It improved conversion over having just a single lander.
Jan 31, 2022 6:21 PM
An effective landing page should trigger the desired action that we want our readers to do after they've visited our website. It should direct the prospect to the next life cycle stage or down the sales funnel. So having a clear flow of anatomy plays a big factor in sending our message across to our target lead.
Jan 25, 2022 1:47 AM
I like to offer other content on the thank you page to continue the visitor's journey. It's work to make sure you update those thank-you pages when you get new great content, but I think it's worth it.
Jan 21, 2022 12:13 AM
I am creating the landing page for the fisrt time,can you clarify these from attached image?
what is website ? - what link should i select or is it the migrate website address
what is Page name? Description
As while doing hubspot s/w course under creating landing page I am not able to find the answers to these.
Feb 9, 2022 12:01 AM - edited Feb 9, 2022 12:09 AM
Hi Ana, based on my knowledge,
Website: Its the website domain you want to set up the landing page on (i.e www.AnaWidas.com) HubSpot gives you a Hubspot-branded domain if you have set yours up you might see that as well.
Page name: is the name of the page that you use to describe the page Internally. It different than the URL slug (which you can define later in settings
Hope this helps
Jan 20, 2022 11:32 PM
Pitfall to avoid when setting up a landing page are distractiing copy or images that are not relevant to the overall message of the page which is a CTA to convert visitors into leads.
Jan 17, 2022 1:01 PM
Will it also be effective to add another CTA with a different name but the same URL? Like another highlight that directs them to sign up or click your CTA?
Jan 14, 2022 1:13 PM
A common mistake on the landing page I notice (and I catch myself doing sometimes), is have more than one message/CTA/offer per page.
It is SOOO tempting to get a lead who has downloaded content to also subscribe to your blog.
But, I try to keep that for the thank you pages!
Jan 12, 2022 8:15 PM