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You’ve spent a lot of time putting your online course together. And, you’ve no doubt thought through the whole launch process – building your list, writing blog posts, setting up email campaigns.

The list goes on and on.

The one thing that you’ve shoved under the rug and left to the last minute is the sales page. If you’re one of the few people who hasn’t, I’m sending you a virtual round of applause.

Why? Because it can feel like one giant pain in the ass – for lack of a better phrase.

When you’re not sure how much copy you need, what should go on it, and how to make it convincing, putting one together isn’t the most enticing of propositions.

Lucky for you, I wrote a post over on the Unbounce blog that talks all about when you need a long form sales page and the biggest pitfalls to avoid.

Definitely check it out to see examples of what to do and what to avoid. But before you do, here’s a graphic I created to keep in your back pocket next time you have to sit down to write your next sales page.

 

Feel free to share the graphic and let me know what you think.

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