Why aren’t people coming to your website in droves and buying your wares?
there are two reasons for this.
- Your website is not geared up to sell, it is a coverall that lets people know who you are.
- no one knows that you are there.
let us tackle number one first: when you commission a website, you try to pack as much information into it as you possibly can. you want everyone to know how brilliant your company is and that you are the first choice when it comes to buying. then nothing happens.
The main problem you have here is that you are probably not telling a story that sells a particular product or service directly to a targeted customer. This is the main function of a sales page.
The idea is that once a potential customer lands on the sales page, they’re hooked in by great text, tantalising images, and a fantastic story. This all adds to the credibility of what you are trying to sell and leads to the goal of either, gathering information that you can use to continue the sales process or getting a commitment to purchase.
All successful companies use sales pages. they use the website as a coverall and individual sales pages as the money machines.
The second is probably the most important, as there is no point in creating an amazing sales page unless you have a mechanism to get it in front of potential customers.
There are several ways to do this, and we will be looking at the best, most effective and most cost effective methods in this blog.
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