Landing page feedback for Email lead generation Golf addicts


#1

1: What challenge are you currently trying to solve?
We want an effective lead generator for a new product we’re about to launch


2: How are you driving traffic to your page?
Instagram, we have a few golf related channels…
https://www.instagram.com/_majorace
https://www.instagram.com/strictly_scratch/
https://www.instagram.com/artofgolfclub/
https://www.instagram.com/golfchicks/
https://www.instagram.com/golfwannahaves/

3: What is your conversion goal?
If we could get to 1000/2000 emails before launch we would be very happy

4: Provide a link to your published landing page / convertable:
Major Ace


#2

Hi, the link you shared does not appear to be working.


#3

oops, it does now!


#4

its working :smiley:


#5

Hey nice page! I like the animation above the fold. You could do some testing on the “Pre-order Sale” form. I noticed it was below the fold. Maybe test the form being shown to be immediately seen when a visitor lands on the page compared to what you have now. It’s a short form which is great. You could move it above the fold and have the fields side by side or have your animated graphic to the left side and the form to the right of that. This is an observation on your desktop layout. Another thing you could test is limiting the amount of links you have going to different pages and giving your web visitor one objective. You could add some of this information all on one page while keeping the objective of having the user just submit the form. If that’s what you’re considering as your lead generator. Great job so far and wish you the best!


#6

Thanks Allen appreciate it! Will look into the tips, thanks again!


#7

Hey @LeftyLuke. I would second a few things that @Allen said. If it weren’t for my inquisitive nature I would have thought that there was nothing below the fold as I just saw a big ‘Coming Soon’ and a plain blue stripe down the bottom. Luckily I have a new trackpad and am doing lots of scrolling, which led me to find the rest of your page below the fold!

I also agree that there’s too many other links, ie distractions on the page. If it’s main aim is to be an email lead generation, I would only focus on the top two sections - the hero and the form - and remove the four menu options and instagram section.

Some kind of social proof would give credence / kudos to your brand. Also a little section / story on how golf gloves suck these days and are really boring, but you’re tearing up the rule book and making them cool again! Something like that :slight_smile:

I hope that helps!


#9

thanks @jimothy any feedback helps, cheers!