Landing Page Designer

Landing pages go hand-in-hand with a website or they can be used as standalone elements in a marketing campaign. We design, deploy and host your landing pages so that they are optimized for their single purpose of converting visitors to a next step in their buying journey.

Landing Page Designer Tips

Landing pages, done properly, have one single mission in life…to get a visitor to take a single action. According to MarketingProfs, they are a staple of digital marketing and they require a unique approach to make them effective in their dedicated role.

We specialize in landing page development and we take a unique design, development and operational approach to creating them for our clients. While there is much in common with a website design project, our landing page packages offer quick turnaround and feature design, hosting and integrations that help enable your marketing and sales efforts. 

We design the page with your content, connect it to your CRM or other post-conversion action (such as emailing form results). We host landing pages on high response servers for maximum performance and load time and optimize them for mobile using AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages). 

We can map the pages to a custom subdomain you own or you can use our generic [your company] domain. 

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Pro Design

Our bread and butter and an absolute must-have for effective landing pages that convert. We follow industry best-practice design standards so your pages pass the blink test.

Amped Up

AMP is a framework for developing instantly loading web pages and is ideal for landing pages. While there is less flexibility when using AMP, it is ideal for most landing pages.

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As with all of our work, we use responsive design methods to ensure your landing page will look great on all devices, including mobile, which account for almost half of web visits.

Hosting Included

We host your landing pages for you because we leverage hosting optimized for serving landing pages. We can connect the page to a subdomain you own or you can use ours.

Our Landing Page Designer Package, full-featured and Turnkey

Standard Landing Page Designer Package

$ 500
  • +$4.95/month hosting fee

Landing Page Designer Integrations

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landing pages that convert campaign monitor integration
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What to look for in a landing page designer

A landing page designer is going focus first on understanding your business and your target audience for the specific landing page. This is critical before any design work begins. A good landing page design will be laser focused on showing your target audience how your product or service solves their problem.

A landing page designer will start first, not with design, but with understanding your business.

Capturing your audience’s mind and making them subconsciously seek out your landing page’s product section, by using specific colors or design elements will make your landing page stand out. And once you’ve captured this information, no designer or copywriter can go in your direction without knowing how you intend to hook them. “Know your customer” becomes a phrase people start using ad infinitum in every marketing manner. The phrase goes hand in hand with knowing who your brand is for. First understanding your audience and niche while considering your target marketing goals is a successful and effective process. Understanding your customer goes hand in hand with effective landing pages. I’d say the success of the landing page depends on the content of your landing page, but focusing first on understanding your customers’ mind and we can solve any issue they may have by solving their problem, however it be. This is how we get real value from our landing pages. We tend to undersimplify before launching a product or service. This prevents people from purchasing our product or service. You’ll always devise a landing page design that solves your target audience’s problem, if you know a thing or two about them. Let’s take an example of a business that sells home improvement services. The value of a landing page will obviously depend on how much a potential customer can benefit from the landing page. So you need to imagine your potential customer’s decision making process flow. Their decision making process may include reading the product description, setting up a budget, researching different locations and contractors, and consider additional information such as local weather, lower prices, and feedback forms. You need to understand as much as you can and then put this information at the forefront of the landing page if you truly intend to get immediate value from the buyer. Understand who your potential customer is, what they want and need with your product or service, and how your product specifically or even their entire business is connected to the topic at hand. Include as much relevant data as you can find and remember you can always include people as testimonials or dashboards so the buyer can see first hand the value of your product or service. Your landing page should focus on your potential customer’s pain points and solve them. It should look like a product or service hunter would feel after only a few moments staring at your product’s details. This is the takeaway from the level of detail you need to detail. But it’s not all about the product itself.

A landing page design should have a single focus and a single call-to-action.

Here are a few things you need to ensure before you start designing: The presentation of your landing page should be an actual landing page, not just a blog or whitepaper entry. A landing page design should not look like a product or service demo. A landing page should have one main button, one main image (or two if it’s an attractive design), one or two main sections, and one or two links in the header and footer. A good landing page should also have the title now, at the top of the page. Make sure your keywords are put in the keyword section of the about section, not the about page. Study your competitors’ landing pages and get their titles as a reference. You should also put a pause on adding the CTA down low on your page. The reason for that is there shouldn’t be any distractions — you want to get to the point quickly. A good landing page design is laser-focused on solving one or two pain points of your customer. Here are a few things to keep in mind when designing a landing page: Save these tips in mind the next time you have a landing page to design: These are just a few tips for good landing page design.