Mock The Offer Page For PPV?

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Is it still acceptable or even effective to use the ' "Mock The Offer Page" method for PPV landing pages?

where you create your landing page based on a screen shot of the offer page, then edit to include call to action and perhaps with bullet points etc.?
#mock #offer #page #ppv
  • Profile picture of the author Clickthroo
    'Acceptable' in what sense? From the advertisers point of view?
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    • Originally Posted by Clickthroo View Post

      'Acceptable' in what sense? From the advertisers point of view?

      Yes from advertisers point of view and does it still wok?
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  • Profile picture of the author JustinDupre
    Yes. This is a widely used and generally accepted practice.
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    • Originally Posted by JustinDupre View Post

      Yes. This is a widely used and generally accepted practice.
      Thanks and your landing pages look great...
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  • Profile picture of the author LukePeerFly
    As Justin said, this is accepted by most advertisers. It's a great way to get a quick landing page up without having to "reinvent the wheel"
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Lots of people do this but if you make it too much like the merchants page you might be defeating the purpose - always split test several variations and track everything
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    • Profile picture of the author jaggyjay
      So true. Many times you can wind up beating the pants out of the advertiser's LP simply by split testing.

      Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post

      Lots of people do this but if you make it too much like the merchants page you might be defeating the purpose - always split test several variations and track everything
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  • Profile picture of the author Clickthroo
    Completely agree with ChrisBa.

    When judging landing page performance, even the most experienced marketers will often not be able to predict visitor behaviour - there are just too mane variables.

    So, you just need to test, test, and then test some more.

    Try mock-ups, non mock-ups, pretty, ugly, etc.

    Try and test everything and never stop testing!

    I think you get my point.

    (Did I mention that you should be testing? )
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