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THE KING OF ALL TEMPLATES

This Template Is Full Of Options. Just Hide What You Dont Need!

This template can be customized to serve just about any purpose. A basic landing page, mini site, thank you page, product page, and many more!
Please checkout the authors comments below for all documentation for this template and sample template examples.

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This is a spot for some trust text

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Tell us a little about your product and why it benefits us

The King Of All Templates

One template to rule them all! This thing is so jam packed with cusomizable layouts and options. Its the kind of all in one template you have been looking for...if you were looking that is.

Mobile Responsive

This template is mobile optomized, meaning it will look good on your mobile device like and Ipad, Iphone, Blackberry, android and many more. Things just fall into place, it's great!

Spacers, Spacers, Spacers!

Throughout this template are a ton of hidden spacers to help you configure things and line up things in the Leadpages editor. In the editor just look on the left hand side and you will see elements labeled "SPACER" Just highlight over it and it will display the spacer location.

Add This Widget!

One the left of this template is a social share widget that will display your share code. I recommend using the vertical "Add This" widget at addthis.com but you can try other vertical widget platforms as long as they have an embed code, they should work.

Extreme Color Options

Everything can change colors. Each section, each text body, each box color and the buttons have an option to have a gradient. If you choose not to have a gradient button, then just pick the same color for the top and the bottom. Point is, is that there are so many options. Just view the video.

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Word on the street is that 52% of consumers say watching product videos make them more confident in purchase decisions.

Check out this product

A short statement that supports and clarifies the purpose of the button can allow you to keep the CTA copy short and to the point, while adding extra detail. This text is typically smaller in size than the main button text and sits either inside or below the button.

Click here its awesome!

Button color is irrelevant. Button contrast is what matters.

Your call-to-action (CTA) is one of the most important elements on your page.

A simple guiding principle for CTAs is that the copy (text) on your button, should describe exactly what will happen when it’s clicked. Examples of this would include: “Get my free ebook now”, “Take the 5 minute tour”, “Start my 30-day free trial”.

Get my free ebook now!

Trust indicator oppourtinuty here. Try to avoid the word "Spam" as the word itself has a negative effect on people.

The CTA is the final point of interaction and the last opportunity to convert your visitors.

Always try to balance the “size of the prize” (what you are giving away) with the level of information you are asking a prospect to provide. There is a fine line between being too greedy and not asking for enough to satisfy your marketing needs.

Take the 5 minute tour

Never just use the word “Submit”. Who wants to submit, anyway? Always describe exactly what will happen when your CTA is clicked.

Download our product and a puppy will parachute from the sky into a childs arms for Christmas.

A short statement that supports and clarifies the purpose of the button can allow you to keep the CTA copy short and to the point, while adding extra detail. This text is typically smaller in size than the main button text and sits either inside or below the button.

Start my 30-day free trial!

Button color is irrelevant. Button contrast is what matters.

This is a content area with no White Container box.

A short statement that supports and clarifies the purpose of the button can allow you to keep the CTA copy short and to the point, while adding extra detail. This text is typically smaller in size than the main button text and sits either inside or below the button.

Yeah buddy!

Button color is irrelevant. Button contrast is what matters.

The more you do for your new leads, the more likely they’ll be receptive to your subsequent marketing efforts.

Another CTA right in the center.

We got button options everywere!

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Display social Proof increase conversion rates.

"Social proof is a powerful persuasive concept. Simply put it’s the use of social signals to illustrate that other people have bought/consumed/read/participated in, what you are offering. The concept being that you are more likely to convert if you see that others before you have, and were glad they did"

- Percy The Panda - CEO of Bamboo.inc!

Trust Indicator Alert! Show those people who support you!

Markeazy.com will support you! Just keep it up when publishing your next landing page.

I put this hear again to give you the option of a testiminal on top or bottom of the logos

"People love having decisions made for them. That’s why reviews are so popular. You’ll often see people checking out reviews on their phone while in an electronics store or when considering a restaurant. Leverage social proof to make purchasing decisions easier."

- Sammy the Sloth - CEO of SlowMovers.com













Benefits Section

This is where you describe the problem you are solving.

Effective Headlines

Your headline has one job and one job only. To get your visitors to continue engaging with your message, increase their desire for what you’re offering, and motivate a Call-To-Action click. That’s why when it comes to crafting effective landing page headlines, choose clarity over clever.

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Copy is Important!

The words on your page are the most important elements to consider when creating a landing page. Your words are the first thing people pay attention to when the page loads, and the last thing they read before deciding whether or not they will complete your conversion goal.

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Talk like a human

On your landing page, the copy takes up the vast majority of the total area of the page. As such it’s a great place to start when building your page, to ensure you craft a story that will make sense to your visitors.


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Call-To-Action Info

Your call-to-action represents the tipping point between bounce and conversion. When you ask someone to do something online, they have to go through your call-to-action in order to do it – regardless of whether you’re asking them to download a PDF, fill out a form, buy a product, or even just click through to another page.

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Effective Privacy Statements

The privacy policy statements you add to your lead generation forms can have a significant impact on how people perceive your trustworthiness, in turn affecting your conversion rates. Michael Aagaard ran some A/B test experiments on this in order to determine which type of messaging works best.

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Writing Benefit Statements

Listing the features of your offering requires your visitors to figure out for themselves how your product or service can help them. A more effective way to communicate how you’ll solve their problems is to talk in terms of benefits. This lets you speak directly to the needs of your visitors as opposed to talking about yourself.

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Feature 1 Section

The Feature Section Describes What Your Thing Does

Having Your Customers Write Your Copy For You

According to Copyhackers founder Joanna Weibe, if you want know what messages to put on your landing page, you can swipe it from your visitors, customers and prospects. The more you reflect what people are thinking, feeling and experiencing when they arrive on your landing page, the greater the likelihood that they will trust you, believe you’ve created the solution to their problems and buy from you.

Feature 2 Section

Another option to show off your product

Psychology -Try Before You Buy

One of the most common real-world examples of ‘Try Before You Buy’, is when people sneak a quick taste from a bunch of grapes in the supermarket. We’ve all done it. It seems to have become an internationally recognized form of acceptable thievery. As a conversion centered marketer, you can learn from this by allowing your visitors to see a preview of your offering before committing to a purchase/download.

Video Section

Shoppers who view product videos are 174% more likely to purchase than visitors that did not

Reinforcement Statement

We All Need Some Reinforcement Sometimes

If you’ve had great coverage in the press about your product or service, or you have won awards (things like “Editor’s Top Pick”), you can boast about this on your landing page. Again, you should include a descriptive headline for the section to capture the eyes of scanning readers.

Just incase you didnt want to show those logos up top

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"The best testimonials tend to describe the resolution of a specific pain, describing how your offering solved it for them.

Markus the Money
CEO of Banana.inc

Pricing Section

Use the Sandwich Pricing Strategy To Increase Conversions

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Closing Statement

That a boy! Bring it on home and hit em with the knockout punch!

Your marketing doesn’t end with a conversion. Where there is intent there is opportunity. Confirmation pages are an underutilized place to get more from your lead/customer. The reason it’s such a valuable place to interact with these people is that they can be considered very “warm” given that they just completed your intended conversion goal – meaning they are looking at what you have to offer in a favorable light.

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