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Lesson 4 – Part 6 – Add a Free Download in a Call to Action

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Something else I want to do is demonstrate as part of this lesson on Email Marketing for your WP eStore is having a download for the free WP eStore product with a second form outside of the context of the free product. So it’s the same product really, but what we’re going to do here

How to Create a Landing Page in Thesis 2 & Agility

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This seminar demonstrates how to create, style and add content to a landing page using the Agility skin but these lessons can easily apply to other skins as well. We recreate a landing page example from www.formstack.com, taking you step by step through the process. Landing pages are perfect for focusing visitor's attention on taking a specific action so they are great for sales pages, for capturing emails, or whatever specific action you want them to take.

Lesson 11 – Part 5 – Style the Call to Action

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Now that we have created this widget and filled it out and given it its own class, this action call, we’re going to create a package to style it. Sandy said that I mentioned earlier that we’d set the widget colors in Design Options. And what I meant by that Sandy, is the Skin Options

Lesson 11 – Part 4 – Add a Call to Action to the Feature Box

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The next thing we’re going to do is add a call to action to our feature box. This is a widget area so we’re just going to use a text widget to create this call to action. So we’ll come over to our Appearance and Widgets and I’m going to use that Black Studio TinyMCE

Lesson 10 – Part 7 – Create a Call to Action Using a Text Widget

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Benefits of Using the Black Studio TinyMCE Widget The next thing we’re going to look at is using that Black Studio TinyMCE widget to create a somewhat more complex widget. The Black Studio TinyMCE widget is actually a text widget but it’s a text widget that gives you the full range of editing options that

Lesson 10 – Part 6 – Create a Call to Action using a Text Widget

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The next thing we're going to do is create a call to action in text widget for our business/professional Genesis theme webiste. The call to action that we're going to create is this one here so it'll have a heading, a contact link, another link and it'll have some text. I'm just going to start

Lesson 11 – Part 5 – Add a Call to Action to the Feature box

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The next we're going to do is we're going to put that Call to Action in here. This is something very similar to what we did last time. Let's go back to Appearance and I'm going to duplicate this one. Add Content to the Feature Box In order to duplicate that, we're going to go

Lesson 10 – Part 7 – Create a Call to Action Using a Text Widget

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The next thing we're going to do is to create a call to action widget using a text widget. This is what I mean by a call to action widget, it's something that asks people to do something. What we're doing is asking them either to call us or to click on this to learn

How to Test Various Headlines, Landing Pages and Calls to Action

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This member asks what I do for testing various sales elements of my site. I explain that because of low traffic volume I don’t believe that testing is effective in my case. However I do suggest an online source of excellent testing information. MarketingExperiments.com Okay well, I’ll just leave his microphone on and ask his