LeadPages is a fantastic program to utilize for customizable landing pages, lead buttons, and more. This is a great lead-capture system that integrates with your favorite programs: Infusionsoft, AWeber, etc. We have put together these tutorials for you to help you better utilize LeadPages in your business.
How to Create a Lead Box Using Lead Pages
Lead Boxes are a great tool to utilize when you are looking to capture a lead on a blog or a page that has already been created on your website. We utilize Lead Boxes for items of value such as Back To School Supply Lists, More Information on Properties, Requesting to See Similar Properties, Downloading PDF Versions of Blogs, Event List Downloads, Coupons, and more.
Lead Boxes come in the form of a link, a button, image, or can be hidden and pop-up at a certain time. The first 3 options require the visitor to click in order for the form to appear. The pop-up will appear, regardless of whether the visitor clicks or not.
These Lead Boxes are fully customizable to your liking and allow for tracking codes to be embedded so that you can really make the most out of the leads that you are getting from your Lead Box.
How to Create a Landing Page Using Lead Pages
A Landing Page is extremely important in marketing an event, product, webinar, and more. You want to make sure you are creating something simple, not too overwhelming, but with valuable content that will leave your visitor wanting more.
These Landing Pages can be sorted by what you are looking to accomplish: Webinar Sign-Ups, Product Sales, Upsells, Thank You Pages, and more.
LeadPages provides templates that are both free and ones that you will need to pay for. We have only had to pay for a couple of templates, the rest we have used are all free. When you are looking at the templates, you can sort them by conversion rate, which is determined by gathered information that LeadPages has put together from their users on what templates captured the most leads.
The Landing Pages that LeadPages provides will often include a LeadBox, which you can find the instructions for at the top of this article. This is what actually captures the lead before taking them to a thank you page. Those Lead Boxes are what actually capture the visitor’s information.