They help you build a list for future sales. Once you build trust and value with your list, they will be repeat buyers of your products.
Helps your site to be expose in the business world and let costumers easily keep in touch with you and lead to a successful business.
Landing Pages improves your business exposure; It delivers more leads and sales. If your site is so popular you can get direct sales.
For PPC the landing pages helps you earning money and get direct sales.
by Steve Hamm 10 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article The Importance of Testing Your Landing Pages (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
by Simon Cook 5 years ago
I'm thinking of creating a landing page where I can organize all my niche Microsoft Excel Hubpages. Here's the first draft:http://simeycook.wix.com/excel-innovationsWhat are the benefits and dangers of a landing page. While I will have a lot of links to my Hubpages I also intend to fill the website...
by ThoughtfulSpot 8 years ago
I've been bumping around analytics, and I'm having trouble find this answer. (I've really just started looking at it, and haven't figured out exactly how to use it to my best interest yet.)But, could somebody define "Bounce Rate" for me? I just can't figure out what it is, and why it...
by Maffew James 3 years ago
It's no secret that many Hubbers have been hit by the recent Google 'Panda 4.1' update. Panda is one of Google's key quality algorithms that assesses your content for certain signals that indicate that your readers are happy with the site and user experience offered. If you noticed a sharp traffic...
by Chris Mills 5 years ago
Should google ads on our hubs link to landing pages describing the precise product in the hub ad?I just looked at one and after quite a few minutes perusing the ad page, I still have no idea what the ad on my site is attempting to sell. I depend on google ads to make money here on...
by megs78 9 years ago
Hi all,I hope this is not a stupid question, or that the answer is not obvious, but what does bounce rate mean on Google Analytics?Thanks in advance,Megs
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