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4 replies, 3 voices Last updated by  Bradley Morris 6 years, 11 months ago
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  • #35811

    Jennifer Summerfeldt
    Adventurer
    @holdthepromise

    Heya GEA team,

    I know that the recommended format for sales pages are standard for the industry, however, there are a few different approaches and I am curious to hear about any experience with the different styles of ‘sales pitches’

    • website with a longer personalized approach to sales pitch – for example http://www.tadhargrave.com
    • landing pages with a video and very little writing – example mirasee.com
    • landing page – Tom Polland
    • Or using Thinkific or Teachable
    • Or using Click Funnels

    I have tried all of the above throughout the years. I am trying to figure out if I will use my website or a landing page, or click funnels, or my Thinkific site for the Healing After Birth program.

    Any insight would be appreciated.

    Jennifer

    #35824

    Lorraine Watson
    Adventurer
    @lorrainewatson

    Jennifer @holdthepromisegmail-com,  my plan is going with the (shorter) Tad personalized approach including a video. I have instant “landing page blindness” as soon as I see the formulaic landing page layout. I read the first paragraph and scroll to the price. Rarely do I watch the video, but I know others who watch the video and rarely read the text. I’ve found with Tad’s personalized approach I read A LOT more of the material, but there is no way I will ever be as prolific in writing as he is. 🙂

    #35828

    Jennifer Summerfeldt
    Adventurer
    @holdthepromise

    Yes, I align with your thoughts. Hence why I want to create an animation – Island A and Island B, and the boat kind of thing for my audience.

    I also like this approach with SoundsTrue

    🙂

    #35836

    Lorraine Watson
    Adventurer
    @lorrainewatson

    Jennifer @holdthepromisegmail-com – I like the clean and uncluttered feel on the SoundsTrue page. My only negative is not having a paragraph or two summarizing the offer / program. Forces me to watch the video, which is my secondary learning / info intake mode.

    #35930

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    Hey Jennifer,

    Your theme will have a lot to do with how your sales page works and flows. Now  that you’ve got one, my guess is that your sales page will be simple, warm, cosy, sweet, and inviting (just like a home).

    Don’t put too much energy into this yet because all will be revealed the higher up the mountain you get  🙂

    You’re a long ways away from needing to do this.

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