I will create a WordPress landing page using elementor pro


Welcome to my Gig

Are you looking for a Perfect and Professional WordPress Developer? you’re in the right place.

I will create your Business, Real estate, Credit repair, Lawyer, Law farm, Doctor, Dentist, Gym, Photography, Blogging, Agency, and multi-purpose that suit with Landing page website. 

Elementor Pro is the Fastest, Cleanest, And Easiest WordPress Page Builder on the Market Now.

What is included in this gig:


➢Any Kind of landing page design with fully functional responsive design

➢ Elegant Landing Page

➢ Fix Any kind of issues with Landing Page Elementor

➢ Social Media Integration

➢ Redesign Website Using Elementor Pro

➢ Payment Gateway Setup

➢ Create popup with elementor

➢ Apps, Games & Product Landing Page

➢ Contact form/ Gravity form

➢ MailChimp Or Any Email Server Setup

➢ Ecommerce Functionality

➢ Create Gravity Forms

➢ On-Page SEO

➢ Speed Optimization

✪✪Why Me?✪✪

☛Super Fast Delivery

☛Guideline Video showing how to edit your content, so you don’t need to hire anyone further.

Good communication skills ( Fluent in English )

My Gig Link: https://www.fiverr.com/share/kbKGAL

How to Create a Modern Landing Page Using Elementor Pro

How to Create a Modern Landing Page Using Elementor Pro – Landing pages play an important role in any business’ marketing strategy, and they’re relatively easy to create when you have the right tools. When it comes to landing page design, there are two popular methods that can be used—an easy way and a hard way. The easy way of creating a modern landing page uses the drag-and-drop functionality of Elementor Pro WordPress plugin to construct the landing page in almost no time at all, while the hard way involves coding in HTML and CSS.

Step 1: Research the Target Audience

To create a modern, beautiful landing page using Elementor Pro, first you’ll need to research your target audience. What kind of person are you trying to attract? Think about things like their gender, age group, income level, where they live and what they do for fun. If you already have an established business and know who your target audience is based on previous marketing strategies and campaigns, great! Go ahead and skip straight to Step 2. If not, spend some time doing some research now.

Step 2: Define a Niche

Niche down and focus on only one specific thing in your topic. Define that in one sentence. Add features and benefits to differentiate your solution from others. Consider writing about how you help readers do something better or faster than other solutions currently allow, or explain why your offering is so much better than competitors’ offerings. For example, if you had used WordPress in your topic, it would be obvious that you will be covering using WordPress for different purposes – WordPress Plugins etc.

Step 3: Create Compelling Headlines

Your headline is one of the most important parts of your landing page. It can be used to help convince your visitors that they need you, and it should be crafted specifically for them based on what they’re searching for online.

Step 4: Use Qualified Images

While it’s true that you can add any image you like to an Elementor page, using qualified images is important for consistency and brand. Qualified images have proper meta data (such as alt and title attributes), will load in a number of ways across all platforms, are high-resolution and are consistent with branding standards.

Step 5: Pick a Single Call-to-Action

If you want people to register for your email list, sign up for your demo, or buy something, you need to make that clear on your landing page. To do so, include only one CTA at most—and make sure it’s actionable and specific (e.g., Register for my Webinar vs. Subscribe now).

Step 6: Eliminate Distractions

When you’re done with each task and are ready to start brainstorming for your next one, don’t just open Facebook or Twitter. Block them! Letting yourself get distracted not only wastes time but also ruins your flow. Once you’ve finished working on something, move on and start something else.

Step 7: Align Form Elements with User Expectations

I’ve probably lost track of how many times I’ve had new users come to me and complain that they don’t understand what certain buttons are doing. Take, for example, WordPress’s Update Options box. How is anyone supposed to know that clicking that button saves their work in progress without having read any documentation? To keep users on your site, make sure your buttons look like buttons.

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