5 examples of creative landing pages

January 27, 2016 - 1  min reading time - by Emma Labrador
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Landing pages are an essential element of your marketing strategy. Landing pages can seriously improve your click-through rate and your conversions and even be used for an email marketing strategy.
The Landing Page Courses says that:

Landing pages live separately from your website and are designed to only receive campaign traffic. As we’ll see, this separation allows them to be focused on a single objective and makes analytics, reporting & testing a simpler task.

We have already written an article about how to create a landing page that convert and close deals. The article focuses on the following points:

  • the CTA
  • the promise
  • the focus
  • the insight
  • the resolution
  • the visual
  • the headline

Let’s discover a selection of landing pages that are highly creative, well conceived and compelling.

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1# Postable

This simple landing page respects all the basic marketing requirements. It also offers a simple but nice design, a clear offer and a compelling headline. 

2# Dunked

This landing page has a great and efficient design. There is a clear CTA, a bold font and qualitative images.  


This landing page respects all the basics: a clear CTA, a nice design, a clear message and a focus.

4# GiftRocket

GiftRocket has created a very compelling landing page. The offer is clearly understandable, the promise is clear and the overall appearance is appealing.

5# Apple

Apple offers a simple design but not less efficient. The brand focuses on HD visuals and a catchy baseline to convert.

These 5 examples are great to understand what makes a good landing page. There are plenty of other landing page examples but if you respect the 7 rules mentioned in that infographic, you will sure have a great one!

Emma Labrador See all their articles
Emma was the Head of Communication & Marketing at Oncrawl for over seven years. She contributed articles about SEO and search engine updates.
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