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Old 12-20-2011, 04:27 PM
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Default Landing page designer recommendation?

I learn a bit on how to use free templates to build landing page, but I know it myself my "art sucks"...

Instead on wasting my time and effort trying to creating landing pages from the scratch, "why don't I just outsource them?"... I think, as I read across several tips across some affiliate marketer.

So anybody have good recommendation, who can I go for to get a "professional yet affordable" freelancer on landing page design?

Also, how is the range of price of an average landing page cost?
Any designer that aren't that professional but cheap to hire?

I know there is a place I can get it done for $5, but I don't really know the quality of their work.
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Old 12-21-2011, 07:43 AM
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You can sort gigs by rating in Fiverr and identify the ones that have a good number of feedback comments. Do this after you've done a search for landing pages. You can also try the Warrior Forum which has a lot of experts in the for hire section
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Old 12-21-2011, 12:05 PM
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I PM some designer at Fiverr, one of them say can't really design a whole new page (because he work on own template).
The others not responding yet.

I checked Warrior Forum, landing page design cost about $100~

I just need a simple landing page that look nice,
maybe model after the offer page. (currently promoting a game offer, offer page looks good...but speed not good).
Do I have to pay so much for a simple landing page? (most graphic & creative provided)
Is it possible to find a designer to to such task for about $10 ?
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I just got someone from fiverr say they can do it, but it's slightly advance.
I'm thinking maybe I have put too much workload on them for $5 work.

I'm thinking, why don't I split the task of designing a landing page into parts?
Maybe a graphic designer to design the background.
A programmer or web designer to code the landing page...

How many more category of job can I split into to maximize the quality of landing page in with low budget?
Say...a graphic designer and a programmer = $10... which is acceptable.
Anymore to include?

Is this a good idea?
Or any of you guys will have better idea?
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Old 12-22-2011, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by cyrus View Post
I learn a bit on how to use free templates to build landing page, but I know it myself my "art sucks"...

Instead on wasting my time and effort trying to creating landing pages from the scratch, "why don't I just outsource them?"... I think, as I read across several tips across some affiliate marketer.

So anybody have good recommendation, who can I go for to get a "professional yet affordable" freelancer on landing page design?

Also, how is the range of price of an average landing page cost?
Any designer that aren't that professional but cheap to hire?

I know there is a place I can get it done for $5, but I don't really know the quality of their work.
If you have more money than time then you really need to outsource it. And again outsource it if you have just large amount of ppv campaigns...

But what if you need split testing the lander? Go to your coder and ask him/her to do that?

A little knowledge of creating a lander is good. Just with a little skill you can create a landing page within 20 minutes.

Answering your question I do not know anybody who could do the job for you.
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Old 12-22-2011, 09:13 PM
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Originally Posted by qasy View Post
If you have more money than time then you really need to outsource it. And again outsource it if you have just large amount of ppv campaigns...

But what if you need split testing the lander? Go to your coder and ask him/her to do that?

A little knowledge of creating a lander is good. Just with a little skill you can create a landing page within 20 minutes.

Answering your question I do not know anybody who could do the job for you.
Why don't you look it at another angle?

If you know you aren't good at playing music, will you make a living being a musician?

Also, you can design lander all by yourself. Assume that you have great web design knowledge + great sense of art.
But if you not good, you can design 10 different landing page, split test 10 time, and still get crappy conversion.

There are definitely someone out there who do this for a living, who can do the job better. And it doesn't necessary to be professional, as long as they can do better, at affordable price.
And someone hire a designer with some cost MIGHT do better than your 10 split testing of different design.
In other words, increase your conversions even far better.

That's why there's web/graphic designer around, waiting to be hire.
Just like us marketer, we're paid to do testing and research on how to promote a product/offers. That's our main goal.

And not many people have no life.
If have time, we would prefer to do something more productive, and do things that you think can handle. Such as doing research on landing pages, then guide your freelancer do the job accordingly, rather than study a few more years of coding and designing.
We can also do more research on other campaign and further improve our targeting.
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Old 12-28-2011, 08:25 PM
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Something to really consider - designers aren't marketers (usually). So often, the designer will create a page that looks really good, but converts poorly.

Ugly landing pages work really well, which is why I usually design them myself. Being able to edit/build basic HTML/CSS is a vital skill to learn for this business. It's not really hard once you get into it.

You might check out WYSIWYG Web Builder
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