As someone who specializes in Mass Page Optimization, I’m of course always on the lookout for software that help me do a better job. I’ve always know about MOWG’s short comings and have specialized in building templates to help my own and my clients’ conversions. As some of you will know I’ve even dabbled with the idea of building my very own in-house Mass Page Optimization Software.
Mass Page Creator
In the latter half of last year, I came across something called Mass Page Creator. I was absolutely blown away to say the least. The video instructions were so short and easy to understand I bought it right there and then. After trying out the software for myself, I immediately dropped all plans to build any in-house tool for the simple reason that MPC (Mass Page Creator) was so way ahead of the game that it would be a total waste of my time.
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I contacted the developer (Larry) immediately, explained who I am, and asked if he would consider incorporating some of my ideas in the software. And the rest is history…
For the whole latter part of 2013 and early 2014 we’ve worked together to make it The Ultimate Mass Optimized Page Creator Software.
With the new MPC you can even “name” your sitemaps thus removing the potential for leaving a footprint behind. There is sooo much more to it that it’s hard to put it all in a single post. So instead, please watch the video’s below and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to drop me an email or leave a reply below.
MPC Control Panel
Intermediate MPC Skills
Advanced MPC Techniques
Pro MPC Techniques
Basic MPC Template
Web Page Template
Adding Adsense To Your Pages
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If you’ve watched the video’s above, you can probably understand why I’m so exited about MPC. It’s so simple and easy to use even a twelve year old who can follow instructions can easily build professional landing pages.
Increasing Conversions With Optimized Landing Pages
Most Websites usually have different types of pages, such as, Home Page, Sales/Service Offer Page(s), Article Pages, Contact Page(s) and Landing Pages. Most business owners have one or more landing pages on their site.
What exactly is a landing page?
People often confuse a landing page with a sales page. There is a difference between the two however. While Sales Pages are designed to sell a product or service, Landing Pages are primarily designed to grab the visitors attention and direct it to your offer or sales page.
Landing Pages are designed to Presell and warm-up the visitor and guide him/her to the actual Sales Page, where you offer your product or service to the public. These pages are often linked to from social media, email campaigns or SEO campaigns in order to increase the effectiveness of the advertisements. Another difference between a Landing Page and a Sales Page is that landing pages usually have a lot less content when compared to sales pages.
A clear example of this typical “lack of content” are Squeeze Pages. Squeeze Pages are a form of landing page where the marketer asks for the visitors’ email address in exchange for some form of value. Value in this case could be anything the visitor will perceive as having some form of value for him/her. (e.g. Special reports, launch date announcements, free trial, etc… ) Most Squeeze Pages have very little content except for the “Call To Action” on the page.
Why Use Landing Pages?
Landing pages help both your conversion and help focus or funnel your visitors attention to a specific promotion on your site. If you were to send your visitors directly to your homepage instead of an optimized landing page you are likely to lose a large number of visitors. The reason is simple… Normally the home page is designed for a “General Overview” of the site’s content, and as we all know people get easily distracted. A properly optimized landing page will direct your visitors’ focus and prevent him/her straying off to other things.