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Tag: optimized landing pages

Website News: Is a Hybrid Website Your Next Move?

A hybrid website can be many things to a large online audience

Publishers have good reason to create a hybrid website. On one had, the hybrid allows them to operate a subscription website that meets the expectations of their audience members. On the other hand, a hybrid website is a place where content can be optimized and products have be sold through e-commerce methods.

Any good hybrid website should have content and e-commerce, optimized landing pages, and subscription access, while being set up for data collection through analytics programs.

Email Marketing Templates that Are Something to Write Home about

10 email marketing template best practices for success

With email being one of the most effective ways of marketing our products, it’s always a good time to review Best Practice email marketing templates. And while I admit this kind of cut-and-dried work isn’t as much fun for us writers, it’s still necessary to good marketing!

So contain your impatience and read on. (There is one tidbit of actual writing advice tucked away below!)

Developing Towards Website Supremacy

Four webinars that will help you define, optimize, and analyze your website’s content

How would you define website supremacy? I’d consider it a market leader that provides functionality accepted by its audience members. It would share content, inform interested readers, and offer online business strategies focused on revenue generation.

How do you think website supremacy can be achieved?

5 Tips for Being a Good Email Marketer

After your email marketing strategy is in place, there are a few actions that will turn you into a better email marketer

If you are new to email marketing, or have been doing it without receiving the type of results you expect, there are a few ways to become better at optimizing your list and attracting new subscribers.

The tips below share ideas for becoming an all around better email marketer. If you have additional tips, please share them in the comments below.

Do You Want A Few Thousand New Email Subscribers This Month?

SEO Campaign Management is a low risk, high reward route using freemiums to build email circulation

SEO Campaign Goal – Write landing pages that tell Google to send you lots of traffic for your targeted keywords — the key driver for every online publishing business.

SEO Campaign Management Step #1 – Use our proven method for researching and choosing the right keywords and phrases. It’s not guesswork when you use this strategy.

Do You Want A Few Thousand New Email Subscribers This Month Too?

To Free or Not to Free? Ask Mrs. Fields What She Thinks About Freemiums

Your website is your chance at delivering a powerful first impression. If you’ve been playing your cards right, you have landing pages set up that are driving traffic into your website that offer something for free.

The reason why we stand so strongly behind “the power of free” is because simply… it works.

SEO Campaign Management Webinar tomorrow!

A higher website ranking and conversion rate are virtually guaranteed when you learn the secrets of using free reports to build email circulation.

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Understanding the Architectural Elements of a Web Page

All online direct response transactions begin on landing pages

Mequoda research indicates that on most websites, a maximum of 20 percent of the traffic arrives at the home page. In fact, on many sites, as little as four or five percent of website traffic arrives at the site’s home page, with the rest arriving at much “deeper” pages.

Unlike traditional direct mail or retail marketing, where the user experience is more linear, every page on your website is a potential landing page. That’s because a landing page is the first page a user sees when entering your site, and a user can enter your site and “land” almost anywhere.