If you’re an affiliate marketer, then you know all about the importance of having a great landing page. It’s the ambassador to potential clients, and a welcome sign to returning customers, and it’s design is vitally important to your success. There are an infinite number of tips on how to optimize your landing page, and countless landing page builder tools, but ConvertiFIRE’s platform is one that allows you to really customize your page quickly and easily, and build highly targeted pages for different segments of your traffic.
In a recent interview from ad:tech San Francisco, Oded Golan from ConvertiFIRE chats with TheMail about the ConvertiFIRE platform, explaining how it works, how affiliates can use it to custom tailor campaigns, and the benefits of optimizing your landing page.
To find out more, watch the full interview below:
These are some key takeaways from the video:
- ConvertiFIRE is a landing page optimization tool that enables affiliates to optimize any landing page by using their custom built platform. Once the affiliate has made the desired changes to his or her landing page, ConvertiFIRE will provide a new URL which the affiliate can then attach to their campaigns. By doing this, affiliates can create more unique, targeted landing pages with a number of different variables that match the particular message of each individual campaign.
- To date, ConvertiFIRE has seen conversion increases as high as 20% depending on the campaign.
- ConvertiFIRE’s rates depend on the amount of traffic an affiliate is generating; the more traffic you send, the lower the price. However, their basic introductory package starts at $2 per every 1,000 page views. If you’re interested in trying ConvertiFIRE, they have a trial offer you can try that allows you to use the platform up to 5,000 page views.
If you have any questions after watching the video, feel free to ask them in the comments section below! Please visit TheMail’s YouTube page for more video interviews from ad:tech San Francisco.
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