PPC Hero Landing Page Critique Podcast – SteamSaunaBath

Today’s PPC Hero Landing Page Critique Podcast will focus on SteamSaunaBath, submitted by Misty. Misty said in her submission that she needs to drive users to specific products, engage users so that they’ll explore the site more thoroughly, and get more users into the conversion funnel.

With these challenges in mind, our fearless PPC Hero team has provide some tips on solving some of these problems. During our discuss we focused on these areas:

  • Speaking directly to your audience, and engaging them directly
  • If Mr. Steam is the main driving keyword for this site, then the keyword density could be enhanced.
  • Opportunities to improve the flow of the homepage.
  • Include more features and benefits.

Misty’s core keywords include: mr steam, mr steam generator, mrsteam, and mr steamer.

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Here is a quick snapshot of SteamSaunaBath’s homepage:

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Are you interested in having your landing page critiqued by the PPC Hero team? Don’t be shy! We’d love to hear from you. Check out our submission guidelines and send us your information!

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