Presented here, are 6 Mother’s Day page designs, to give your business a boost! I have included both Squeeze page designs and Splash page Designs on this post. Splash pages make great landing pages to get your prospects interested in your business site. Lead Capture pages or Squeeze pages are a good way to get prospects on your email list or autoresponder list, so you can follow up with them about your products and/or service. AdCreator.Design templates are easy to customize for your business needs. You can fill in your business information on each one of these templates or make an entirely different design of your own. If you don’t want to make a design yourself, I willRead More
Many of you may be wondering what the difference is between a splash page, landing page, lead capture page, and squeeze page. 3 of these pages are basically the same type of page except for the different names that are used for the pages. The names may vary because of different industries using their own “jargon” or the language insiders use to communicate with each other. All 3 of these names, landing page, lead capture page and squeeze page have a lead capture form on them. The prospect will sign up with their name and email address for more information, and sometimes with a free gift added to reward the prospect for signing up to the lead capture formRead More
A splash page is a great way to bring in visitors to your business with a visual “Call to Action”. A “Call to Action” (or in marketing terminology, is a way to provoke immediate response,) is very important when marketing your website. Showing your website’s front page doesn’t always do the job of enticing a viewer into a conversion. It’s best to use an attractive graphic with a convincing headline. AdCreator Design is a DIY or Do-It-Yourself Advertising Design platform which you can make splash pages with.
Easy, low-cost, diy web advertising design! With Adkreator.com you can create beautiful, effective splash pages (plus more) for your business website at a very low cost, even free for the most basic designs. And …. If you feel design and technology challenged, I will help you, for a very reasonable cost starting at $25 for a basic designed splash page. When you choose Adkreator.com, you can do many kinds of website ad designs: · Do-It-Yourself Advertising Design · Splash Pages – Splash Page Tutorial · Landing Pages · Lead Capture Pages · Squeeze Pages · Banners · Add Lead Capture Code · Add Animations · Easier than Photoshop It’s easy to get started at my Adkreator.com website!Read More
Before we get started making a splash page on this tutorial, I highly recommend using Google Chrome for your web browser. Then make sure the browsing data is cleared. I do not recommend using any other web browser. Anytime that you are working for a long period of time, on AdCreatorDesign, and it freezes, this means you need to clear your browsing data. Created with AdCreatorDesign For a closer view, see below.
A splash page is a page that Webmasters use as a gate between the initial loading of the site and the actual site content. Splash pages often feature high-design visuals to attract Web users to proceed further into the website. In other words: The splash page is used to get the attention of a prospect to click on a button or other icon that goes to the website. A variety of graphics and images are used with color psychology to enhance the splash page to it’s greatest potential. Branding yourself with your picture or logo is highly recommended to get people to know, like, and trust you. It usually takes 7 times of viewing or more before aRead More
Designed with AdCreatorDesign I recently asked Andrea, one of my long time, upgraded customers of AdCreatorDesign, to tell me what she uses AdCreatorDesign for. Hi Andrea. Can you please send me a description of what you use AdCreatorDesign for? Andrea: “I use AdCreatorDesign for a couple of major reasons. First, I use it to Create seasonal and various holiday scenes for the festive seasonal emails I send out. I also use these designs as backgrounds on my computer or my Chrome browser, as well as in my emails.”