DESIGN DASHBOARD SPECIAL REPORt reveals…
“How To Avoid The Top 10 Mistakes In Landing Pages,
Mini Sites, Affilate Pre-Sell Pages and Sales Pages”
Several weeks ago I launched
a brand new digital infoproduct called “The Design
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To help illustrate the many
different ways the Design
Dashboard can help you, I’m
going to reveal the top “sales
process” mistakes being made
on the average web site.
What we’re going to do now is
take a look at the top 10 web
page DESIGN mistakes being
Whether you’re creating
web pages, landing pages,
affiliate pre-sell pages or
name squeeze pages, there
are certain mistakes you’ve
absolutely GOT to watch out
Let’s take a look at some of those crucial design do’s and dont’s
now. Then we’ll do a check up on some Milcer member web
sites and see how well they do in the “design clinic”
“DESIGN DASHBOARD SPECIAL REPORT…
How To Avoid The Top 10 Design Mistakes In
Landing Pages, Mini Sites, Affilate Pre-Sell
Pages and Sales Pages”
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Design Dashboard Special Report: How to avoid the top 10 design mistakes
IN THIS SPECIAL “INSIDERS” REPORT:
How To Avoid The Top 10 Design
Mistakes In Landing Pages, Mini Sites,
Affilate Pre-Sell Pages and Sales
Graphic Design 911:
10 Quick Fixes for Your Graphic
And Web Design Emergencies!
THE DESIGNERS TOOLBOX
Mistake #1: Using too large of a graphic
header on the top of your page.
Mistake #2: Using “washed out” colors that
make your web site feel drab and lifeless. Or
using colors that are WAY too bright.
Mistake #3: Using more than four colors (one
of those being black!) on your web site.
Mistake #4: Using more than four different
TYPES of fonts on the same page.
Mistake #5: Displaying your sales “message”
on a dark colored background!
Mistake #6: Using too many “tricked out”
scripts at once which causes browser “freeze”
Mistake #7: Cramming way too much content
into too small of a space. (Not enough white
Mistake #8: Using “busy” or “watermarked”
Mistake #9: Specifying fonts that are TOO
(This isn’t so much a design mistake as it is
one related to the overall process…)
Mistake #10: Not clearly identifying your