Headline/subheadline graphics on your site/sales letter

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I am starting out with my new project and I'm making a new website. In my old projects, I just used bigger texts for my headlines and I got good conversion so I didn't think much about it.

However recently most business websites look really professional and I think I want my website to look professional too and I can choose good wordpress template etc. but I'm wondering what I should do with headline graphics. What I mean is headlines like "Who else wants to know the secret about xxx." or some other sub-headlines after that in the letter.

I am actually able to make them myself using GIMP, but it takes time and it kind of a pain in the neck to do it every time when you make tests or edit slightly or something.

So how do you guys do this?
Is there any good piece of software that make things easy?
Do you just do it every time you make a change?

Thanks!
#graphics #headline or subheadline #letter #site or sales
  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I just go with text.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michelle Stevens
    If you want to try something other than just text, you could give this free graphics headline creator a go

    Smart Graphic Creator - Headline Creator - Create Sales Page Graphics 100% FREE
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    With the right files and knowledge, you could probably pull this off in Photoshop (as opposed to gimp). But.... you can find some great graphic designers who do this stuff all the time on Fiverr. Don't let the $5 price tag fool you. A lot of sellers do a great job with headline graphics.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Despite being a graphic designer, I lean towards raw text for ease of editability within Optimize Press.

      I might choose graphical headlines in other applications such as forums if text options are limited or aesthetically unpleasing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ikuret75
    Thanks guys.
    Yeah I thought of using designers or fiver etc. but I can't do this every time I make slight modifications and stuff. Like I wrote I could actually do it myself with GIMP but every time I do it it's kind of a pain in the neck.

    So most people don't see the much difference between using bold/bigger texts and using some nice graphics?
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      There's some form of WP plugin which I think renders raw text into an image on the fly when there's a server call.
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      • Profile picture of the author ikuret75
        Originally Posted by Daniel Evans View Post

        There's some form of WP plugin which I think renders raw text into an image on the fly when there's a server call.
        Thank you, I'll look into it. If anyone knows more about it and could share info I would really appreciate it.
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  • Profile picture of the author rjd1265
    Originally Posted by ikuret75 View Post

    I am starting out with my new project and I'm making a new website. In my old projects, I just used bigger texts for my headlines and I got good conversion so I didn't think much about it.

    Thanks!
    I would create two versions. one with just text for a few weeks and one with a graphic header....I got a really nice one on Fiverr for $20 (with the upgrades and files).

    Test each one and ditch the loser

    I really, really find that simple landing pages and simple text still converts the best
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  • Profile picture of the author Kherk Roldan
    you should consider looking canva
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