Traffic Made Simple
 
 CAPTURE PAGE EDITOR

Design Your Capture Page:

 

This is a tool created by Jim Yaghi author of PPC Domination to make proven opt-in landing pages for Google Adwords easily.

If you're running any kind of paid traffic building campaign, you will need to put up 10's or even 100's of landing pages specifically targeting each and every single keyword. This will make it easier for you and you can always customise the resulting page in Frontpage to add your own personality. Once you have a page you like, use it as a template by only changing a few words in the headline and prompt to suit each keyword you drive traffic from.

Need Help Making Your New Page Work?

Create your own capture page free by answering the questions below:

 
 
 

note: these templates are ugly, i know.

but they made me & my clients millions.

If you want to know how i did it with these same ugly templates, I'll show you free as well. More on that later, after you download your new page :)

 

Capture Page Style #1
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This style has the opt-in form placed on the right of the bullets and above the fold. In most cases, this style is suitable as long as your headline isn't too long that it pushes the optin box down.

In addition, it includes a short bio section with your signature and an image of you. Great for adding personality to your page and particularly useful for Google compliance because of the contact information present.


Capture Page Style #2
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The opt-in form is much more prominent and "above the fold" in the center of the page. This is proven to show a higher optin rate. It gives less importance to your bullets. Use this style with a strong headline to encourage immediate optin--and use your bullets for back-up in case the headline doesn't sell the sign up enough.


Capture Page Style #3
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This style has no bullets. It's designed for a powerful headline with an offer embedded in the sub-head. The prospect has only the choice of accepting the offer by opting in or leaving.


Capture Page Style #4
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This is another variation of Style #3, but it allows you to add an offer along with both headline and subhead. 


Capture Page Style #5
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This is another variation of Style #4. It also displays a prominent picture of you right up there with the headline as if you are speaking it. It's great for adding personality to your landing page. 


Coming Soon: "Prettier" Templates.

(new) Capture Page Style #6
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This style is a slick new design, very clean white card on top of white background. Bullets can be replaced with video later. 


(new) Capture Page Style #7
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Premium design. Try it, you'll love it!


 
 
   
Pre-Header Text
Enter the pre-header text that you'd like to appear on your capture page. This text is short (no more than 1-2 lines) and serves to qualify your prospect. Eg, "If you're looking for a way to end back pain forever..."

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Pre-Header Text].

   
Main Headline Text
Enter the Main Headline text that you'd like to appear on your capture page. This is the most important text on the page and should sell the main benefit of reading the rest of your page.

Eg, " ``With 5 Simple Arm Pivot Motions, Now You Can Learn How To End Back Pain Without Swallowing Pills'' "

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Main Headline Text].

   
Subheading Text
Enter the Subheading text that you'd like to appear on your capture page. This usually continues the headline if you need more space, tells of a secondary benefit. or draws attention to the offer. Eg, " ``Get My Report and Learn the First Secret Arm Pivot For Free'' "

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Subheading]

   
Offer Text
Enter your offer text. Tell your prospect directly to give you their E-Mail address to get your free newsletter, course, report, or eBook.

For example, "Simply enter your E-Mail address, and I'll send you right away a step-by-step video to demonstrate my revolutionary method and help you get rid of back-pain."

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Offer].  

   
Bullet Text





Enter your Bullet text separated by blank lines. These bullets are 3-5 clear benefits the visitor will get if they leave their E-Mail address. That's why they must be powerful and create curiosity.

Make sure you use what are called "Blind Bullets". This is the way newspaper headlines are written and have the effect of hinting at a benefit without giving it away. They create a lot of curiosity which is important if you hope for your page to work.

For example, this is a weak bullet: "You will learn why swallowing pills is a waste of money". To make it stronger, we might change it to: "You will learn why you're better off buying air than swallowing pills "

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Bullet 1]-[Bullet 5].   

   
"Prompt in First Person" Text
Write in the voice of your prospect a prompt to request the free information. For example, "Yes, I want to get rid of back-pain, send me the free videos now!"

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Prompt in First Person].

   
Submit Button Text
This text appears on the submit button when requesting your free information. It should be written in the voice of your prospect and be very short. For example, "Teach Me Now!"

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Submit Text].

   
Sign-Off
This text appears just before your signature just like in a letter. Leave it blank if you don't want a sign-off.

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Sign Off].

   
Signature Graphic URL

(You can get a signature at http://www.vletter.com/downloads.htm)
We will write this name in a hand-written font to look like a real signature. Marketing research shows that people are more likely to trust a web-page with a face and identity. The signature adds credibility to the page.

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find an example marked with [Signature].

   
PS Text
Most people scroll to the bottom of the page after reading your headline. The PS text is almost as important as the headline and should re-state your offer.

For example, "P.S. Remember, when you enter your E-Mail I will send you a 37 minute instructional video to show you how to easily get rid of back pain in 3 days guaranteed."

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [PS Text].

   
Copyright Statement
You can enter a copyright statement to brand your capture page.

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Copyright Statement].

   
Your Name
Write here your full name as you'd like it to appear on your landing page signature. [Name]
   
Your E-Mail
Write your E-Mail address to be included in the contact details for your generated page.
   
Contact Details
Enter your business contact details that you want to share with your visitors. Sharing this information creates trust and increases opt-in rates. It also gives your prospects an opportunity to call you if they have any doubts or queries.

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with [Contact Details]

   
"About Me" Biography Text
Write a short blurb about yourself. This will appear on your capture page along with your photo. It should be a brief statement to create trust. Your photo and bio text give the page a face of trust.

If you'd like to see where this appears on your capture page, click the preview image of your chosen style above. You will find this text marked with ["About Me" Biography].

   
URL of Personal Photograph
Write the URL to a photograph of yourself that you would like to appear on your "About Me". If you don't have a URL for a photo, you can upload one to tinypic.com and use the URL they give you.
   
Which autoresponder do you use?
iContact | aWeber
Don't have an autoresponder? I recommend you get a free 15 day trial with iContact here. (btw in compliance with new FTC laws, i have to disclose that iContact pay me for endorsing them, but so would aWeber if i chose to endorse them. I choose iContact over aWeber any day because i'm a simple guy who likes a simple interface. Aweber is too complicated for my pea-brain.
   
iContact or Aweber Autoresponder Code
iContact Users: Paste here the code given to you by iContact in the "Sign Up Form" section to build your own list. Make sure you copy the code from the second field in iContact (there is a much shorter version in the first field that won't work here).

Get an autoresponder account if you don't have one with iContact.

Aweber Users: Paste the code given to you by aWeber when you generate a sign up form for your list.

   
 
 
 

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