Landing pages are designed for different reasons, including but not limited to, send traffic from ad campaigns to sell products, and collect email addresses. Landing pages are designed with a specific purpose in mind which differentiates it from any other webpage. Having fewer clickables on your landing page increases conversions, as there are fewer distractions that carry visitors away from the call to action.

To create a Landing Page, follow the few simple steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Navigate to your Mailmunch menu bar items on the homepage and select Campaigns.

Step 2: Click on the Create New Campaign button present in the top right corner of your screen.

Step 3: Click on the Landing Page option from the different campaign types displayed.

Step 4: Browse through a variety of eye-catching templates according to categories of all industries and verticals. Hover over the template and click on the button which mentions Use Template in order to select it.

Step 5: Edit and customize your template according to your preferences.

Learn more: Guide to Designing Mailmunch Landing Page

Step 6: In the Publish step, click on the Publish to Shopify button.

Step 7: Copy the short URL as displayed in the attachment below. Click on the Finish button to activate your Landing page.

That's it! Once your Landing page is published, you can now promote it in the following ways:

  • Run a Facebook or Google ad;

  • Share it on your social networking accounts;

  • Email it to your subscribers for a specific campaign;

  • and more...

The reason behind this is that the targeted promotion or product-specific landing pages are designed with a single focus and a concrete objective that matches the intent of the ad or the promotion that your visitors clicked on to reach your page. Modifying your website's design for a single promotion can be a hassle. Our builder makes it super easy and quick to create landing pages that already work.

Learn more about the new Shopify Page Builder by Mailmunch.

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