Today’s best landing page design feature is near and dear to my heart because of some street teaming action I did for them in their early days.
Zaarly is a community-based solution for finding what you want, when you want it. It’s a pretty simple concept: download the app, post what you want, when you would like it and how much you are willing to pay. Then wait for bids from other local Zaarly-lovers looking to make a quick buck.
So let’s swing on over to their landing page and see what we find.
Here’s why Zaarly’s landing page made our list of best landing page designs:
- Design success. From the map to the bluebirds to the composition, this landing page is just plain nice to look at.
- Keywords. I don’t know about you, but under pretty much any context the words “anything” “nearby” and “free” are bound to catch my eye (and mouse click).
- Facebook login. Sometimes filling out a form is just too much to ask a lackadaisical human like myself. One-click Facebook login solves that problem.
- Examples. In case you don’t get the concept, a tantalizing example is sure to do the trick. “Get a used iPad 2 for $500?” Count me in.
Good stuff. But it’s a mobile app, so aren’t users more likely to navigate this site on their smartphones?
Don’t worry – they thought of that too. The mobile landing page is friendly, easy to navigate and even points users to the mobile app for a prime Zarrly-ing experience.
A well-structured landing page is key in getting users to take that next step – whether it’s signing up for your email list, “liking” your Facebook page or clicking to your website. Each week, lonelybrand highlights a killer landing page design that gets the job done.
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