How to link landing page to a website

Ratha1207

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Hello friend, I have designed a template of landing page from others and now I want to link this landing page to my website. How can I do? Please any one kindly tell me the way to solve this problem.
 

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Ratha,

We may have different definitions of a landing page. The reason I say that is most landing pages that I am familiar with are the pages that a users lands on when they hit your site, the first thing they see.

For the sites that I have developed for most of my customers that is the index.php or index.html page of their website. That is where the term landing came from. It is the page they land on for their visit.

Now, with that said. I have had customers request a special landing page for their products area of their website. The first page a customer visits when they reach a certain section of the site, normally a products area. I normally do not encourage that as a lot of special attention goes into developing a good landing page as far as color choice, content, eye appeal, ads, placement, etc. There is a good possibility that many users will never hit the page if they have to navigate to it. So I tend to encourage my customers to make that the home page of the site the landing page. It is about a 70% / 30% mix as to those that use the home page and those who do not.


Landing pages are designed with a single objective. To increase sales with a CTA (Call To Action) focus. Drives people to purchase what you are trying to sell. Normally driven by a PPC (Pay Per Click) campaign, they are geared to sell products.

A well designed landing page can bring in a tremendous amount of ROI (Return On Investment) if it is done well. They can be tricky to get just right, and with the changes in the consumer market and what does and does not appeal to consumers in a constant state of flux, they need to updated and tweaked often. It is kind of like hitting a moving target, the parameters are constantly changing.

I hope this helps.
 

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I still don't understand how to link my landing page to my website. Thanks for your reply. I will try more to research for this problem.
 

Mike001

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Ratha,

Your landing page should be a part of your website.

In other words, in you want the page to load when you have a site visitor, put the file in the root of the web site, normally a folder named public_html. Then make certain that the file is named index.php or index.html, depending upon whether you are using PHP as a server side language or not.

Then the page will load as soon as you have a site visitor, it will become the home page of your website.

If you do not want the page to load as your home page, add a menu selection on your navigation and link the page to your navigation system.

There are many ways to have the page auto load, other than having it as your home page, but to do that you will need a good understanding of AJAX or JavaScript, that would be to detailed to cover here.

Can you better describe what you are trying to do? I may be able to help if I have a better understanding as to what you are trying to do.
 

Rob Whisonant

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Your question sounds a little confusing. Are you asking how to UPLOAD the landing page you created on your HOME computer to your website? Or are you asking something else?
 

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The guys replying are the best so patient. Have you got a website already? A landing page is any page you determine you want visitors to land on first. Only index .php and html will pick up first as official after you type in domain but your landing page could be called landingpage.php and it points to index.php or your cart.
 

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Basically, Landing pages used for Advertising or for lead generation. You just add that page to you nav menu.
 
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