Landing pages are also quite effective when done correctly, and can be a part of your business on the Internet. A landing page is just a separate Web page that contains certain information pre-selling (video work today) and an offer – you're delivering something of value to your visitor in exchange for their data, to maintain contact with them in the future. To simplify the creation of a landing page, make a template with your HTML editor, which you can use repeatedly changed some minor details, depending on your current bid. Again, you need a quality offer to deliver and tempt the visitor to give you their data. Preferably, the offer must be something free and should be something that solves a problem for your visitors. The free reports or ebooks work well and these info-products need not be your product but can be products for which you are a member. Remember that using landing pages in their products and services affiliate, you gain the potential customer information faster than the affiliate site.
This must be the goal of your landing page – help you build your list of potential customers. If you are using an opt-in form on your web pages, pop-ups or landing pages, the key is simply to get a list of subscribers and keep them. Have only a minimal amount of information to subscribe, the name and email address is all you really need. People often are reluctant to give their phone number – especially in the first contact.