After creating the Facebook ad in Canva, I started working on the landing page and autoresponder. It took me some time to work on these. Good thing it was a chilly day. Had it been summer, my sweat would have been all over the keyboard.
Me and my other colleagues got a good deal with Landing Page Monkey.com. They offered a discount plus valuable bonuses a few months back. Landing Page Monkey.com is very user-friendly, but unfortunately, it does not have templates for a thank you page . I plan to sign up for a LeadPages.net account for my next set of ad campaign, as the site also has thank you page templates.
I worked on the Step 1 – Page Styling first. It would contain the background image and color, as well as button texts and color. Next, I worked on Step 2 – Page Content, where the headline and supporting copies, are placed.
Step 3 is the Autoresponder Integration. This is where I needed the help of my Benchmark Email.com account. I created an email list in Benchmark. That is where the emails that I will get will be stored. I also created the sign up form, the confirmation email, and the first autoresponder email that the prospective clients will receive.
From the sign up form that I created, I got the HTML code, which I pasted in the custom AR form area of the autoresponder integration step.
I think it took me two hours to finish creating the landing page and the autoresponder. But it was worth it, especially when I saw the results.
After testing the landing page, I created a thank you page in Tumblr. The thank you page is where the Facebook ad tracking pixel will be pasted so I can monitor how many provided their emails.