Website Landing Pages
About landing pages
Landing pages are designed to catch users that are searching for long-tail keywords. Most people won’t search for “Contractor”, they might choose to search for something like “General Contractor in Las Vegas” or “Kitchen Contractor in Las Vegas”… These are long-tail keywords or key phrases. We will build you hundreds of these adding value to your site and grabbing a lot more of the search traffic that your 5-10 page website can ever do.
Why do I need landing pages for my website?
If you want more traffic to your site, you need more pages and more info, it’s that simple. Having hundreds of pages (for your niche, business) will more likely bring you more traffic than just a few pages. You can’t possibly put all your business info on the front page. And if you should try, Google might penalize your site for (key-word Stuffing).
What is a Landing Page
A landing page is a page on your site that is designed to convert visitors into leads. A landing page is different from other pages in that it is specific to a single keyword, key-phrase or long-tail keyword that is also associated with a certain location (city, county, state):
Converting visitors into leads is the first step in creating a relationship between your company and a potential customers surfing the web looking for your service. The more landing pages you have the better. In fact, HubSpot conducted a recent study that showed that marketers saw a 55% increase in leads when they increased the number of landing pages on their website from 10-15. This data alone tells us that landing pages are important, but if you aren’t sure what this means for your company, do not fret. Everything you need to know about what landing pages are and how they work is right here.
EXAMPLE OF LANDING PAGES
Let’s say you are a Plumber in Orange County, CA. Very few people searching for a plumber will simply type in “plumber” in Google or another search engine. Below are some of the highest searched terms listed in Google. Most people will also search for the “service” in the “city” or “county” they live in…
- Plumbing contractor in Orange County, CA
- Plumbing company in OC
- Roto-rooter in OC
- Unclog drains Orange County
- Change my faucet OC
- Water heater installers in OC
- Detect broken water pipes Orange County Plumbers
- Re-pipe contractors in OC
So above are just a few example on how a client would search for a contractor! NOW.. Change out the county (OC) to every single city in the county. Then multiply that by all the services listed below and you will find that there are literally thousands of search phrases used looking for the service you provide.