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Why Simple Landing Pages Work
By: Bruce Alan
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    2007-07-17

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    My opinion is that it is my job (or you might say the landing pageís job) to get the visitor to the sellerís website. It is the sellerís job from there to convert the sale. I sort of just open the door for customers to walk through and let the product and shopkeeper do the rest. If they canít do their job, then I have to at some time move to another product.

    I suggest opening a blogger.com account or Wordpress.com account (which are both free) and use those as your landing pages. Make your site as pretty and color coordinated as you can (some people will obviously be better at this than others) and do a lot of copying and pasting graphics and words from your sellers website. Only use one link to the sellerís website though, as using free blogs for marketing is frowned on and if you overdo it they could suspend you. Ideally you should get your own domain and hosting but that can be done once you start making money. If you have a Wordpress blog you can even go to YouTube and perhaps find a video about the product you are selling and put that in your blog. Looks great and Iíve done it.

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