Done-for-You Facebook Landing Pages by LeadPages — Why You Need This For Your Business Today

There’s no question that Facebook provides an excellent opportunity for businesses to reach their target audience online.




And with the help of LeadPages’ Done-for-You Facebook landing pages, publishing pages on the social media site has never been simpler — or more beneficial.
Here are three reasons why you should publish a landing page on Facebook:


1. Higher opt-in rates. Say, you have Landing Page A published on your website and Landing Page B (identical to A) published on Facebook. Landing Page B will get higher opt-in rates because people are more comfortable with staying within the same Facebook ecosystem; many Web users are already familiar with Facebook, while your own site may still be relatively or completely unknown. Therefore, they’ll put more trust on Facebook ads or sponsored posts.


2. Lower cost-per-click (CPC) when routing traffic back to Facebook. When buying ads on Facebook, you can enjoy lower costs if you direct Web users to a landing page hosted on Facebook. Because the Facebook traffic you get stays within the social media site, they will charge less for that traffic (a good example of this would be what Facebook ads expert and LeadPages subscriber Brian Moran experienced — he was able to pay about 40 cents less per click when he sent traffic from ads to a landing page on Facebook).


3. Better ad approval. Sending Facebook traffic to a Facebook landing page often translates to a higher chance of getting your ads approved. For example, Facebook may be generally reluctant to approve ads that promote certain niches, like dieting or wealth building. But if your business falls within this market and you send traffic to Facebook (and not to an external site), there is a greater possibility that your ad will be approved.
Traditionally, if you were to publish to Facebook, you would need to do the following (which can be a major pain, especially if you’re not familiar with coding):
· Build and customize the landing page using Dreamweaver or some type of HTML editor.
· Obtain the HTML code for the page you made.
· Install Facebook’s Static HTML app.
· Paste the landing page code to the static HTML app.
· Save and publish the page.
However, with the help of the “Done for You” landing pages created by LeadPages, any page you create can be easily published to Facebook in as little as 30 seconds. You only have to do the following:


1. Go to and enter your username and password.


2. In the Main Members’ Area on LeadPages, select the page you’d like to publish to Facebook. You can do this in two different ways: You can choose a page from the “Made for Facebook” category, or sort the pages by their highest average conversion rate to determine which pages are currently performing the best in terms of conversions.


3. Say, you’ve selected the Brian Moran Facebook Template. Click on any element to edit the page, and then add a video embed code, change the headline, change the button text, integrate the page with your email service provider, select the list you want to add people to, save the page, and then click “Publish.”


4. In the Publishing window, after clicking the Facebook tab, you’ll only need to go through four simple steps: Click “Add to Facebook page,” click “Choose Facebooks Pages” in the pop-up menu, click “LeadPages Test” in the dropdown menu, then click the “Add Page Tab” button. Now, your landing page is published to Facebook as a Facebook tab.

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Introducing The New LeadPages Feature: Multiple Form Fields

LeadPages, the world’s easiest and fastest landing page generator, has now launched a new exciting feature for all LeadPages forms: the ability for users to collect phone numbers, addresses, zip codes and other useful details.


Currently, this feature is only available on two templates — the basic squeeze page template and the basic squeeze page template (aligned to the right) — but it will certainly be included in others in the future.




1.      Start by creating a form on AWeber.


2.      You can already immediately create a number of additional fields on it. You can add a phone number field and even a favorite color field. Any field that you want to add to this form will certainly work here.


3.      Next, click on ‘Save Your Form.’


4.      As a note, you can use this feature in whatever CRM or email service provider you are using. Just create your form by using the form builder under the CRM or email service provider that you normally use, and when you are in LeadPages, just choose one of the two templates where this ability is available to get these additional form fields.


5.      Just click on the “Click here for instant access” button and the pop up will appear. You can adjust the text as needed.


6.      By going to the integration settings, you can load the form created in AWeber.


7.      After clicking on the form, click “Customize this form” and this will load the form that you just created.


8.      The name and email fields are already on the form but under “Form fields,” phone number and favorite colors are listed. Click on them to load these fields.


9.      You can also change the appearance of the different elements of the form, like the button, color, spacing, and alignment. You can move the fields around as you want and you can also edit the text that comes up when a required field is not entered. You can also change the values that appear when invalid data is submitted to the form.


10.  Lastly, when you are done editing, click on “Okay” then “Save” and input the title or name you want for your final page.


Visitors to your website can immediately complete or sign the form and all the information they share will be right at your fingertips.


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