For small businesses, a landing page can play a vital role in increasing their site’s conversion rate.

As an independent page created for a specific purpose, a landing page can help you capture leads through either newsletter sign up or eBook download. It can also help you increase brand awareness and help build trust. Additionally, it can help boost sales for specific products, leading to increased revenue.

There are a number of ways you can make use of a landing page for different purposes. However, while creating a landing page is not a tough task, ensuring that your landing page is well-optimized and includes important design elements can be a challenge if you are unaware as to what these are.

Thus, to simplify this for you and to ensure that you build a perfect landing page that converts, here is an infographic that has listed the 11 key design elements that you need to incorporate when designing a landing page for your business. These elements make the basic anatomy of an optimized landing page. As such, take a look at this infographic now and to learn more about how best to implement these landing page elements check out this comprehensive guide for more information.

The Anatomy Of A (Perfect) Landing Page [Infographic] by the team at LeadForest

The Anatomy Of A Perfect Landing Page Infographic

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