I am a long-time user of Constant Contact but new to the world of landing pages. I'd love your feedback - anything you think I could add to make this sizzle more? Thanks in advance. Feel free to write me directly via firstname.lastname@example.org or leave comments below.
landing page in question: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/cu/fi7o4Gq/deepdive
Hi Albert! I like that your landing page is so clean and simple. I see that the March 20 and April 11 dates hyperlink to the event pages, but consider something to point out that fact. Additionally, consider including the event times in the body of the event page. Something like this may work:
I also recommend adding the price and to the body copy in case someone overlooks that in your logos.
Hope this helps, and good luck with your events!
Thanks so much, Jskeel - I am going to make those changes and I also added in links to Constant Contact-related things to give the page a bit more color.
Hope that helps and good luck with the event
Great ideas every one of them! I will make those changes - I keep trying things to see what works. I'm loving the new landing page feature!
Vee, I often will use a url shortener = easiest one for me to remember is tinyurl.com - but you're right - they could be shorter.
Looks like you've implemented some good suggestions from other contributors. Your landing page is looking very nice. Regarding URL shorteners, if you have a website independent of your Constant Contact landing page (maybe albertideation.com ?), you can easily create an HTML redirect with a little bit of HTML code uploaded to your website to create a shorter URL for your links that uses your website name in the link rather than tinyurl's website name. You don't need any special software to create it. I just type them in Notepad & then upload them to my website using a free FTP Client. Not sure if that it something you want to do or not, but when I need a shorter URL I prefer to put our company's name in the URL rather than tinyurl's name. It looks more customized and promotes our brand rather than TinyURL's brand. You can google HTML redirect for some examples of the code, or you are welcome to reach out to me and I can email you the code I use. Something to think about anyway,
Thanks, Christine - that's an interesting idea, thank you. Since the URL is generally the link under some text, I'm not too concerned with that... And, I'm also a one-person outfit, so the fewer steps = better on my end. But let me give that some thought.