Learn to Design Website Landing Pages

Learn to Design Website Landing PagesKnowing how to build websites is sort of like gardening. Some people enjoy taking it up as a casual hobby, while others commit themselves to it as a full-time career. And just as with hobbies and full-time jobs, some people are naturally good at what they put their minds toward, and others need a little more guidance in order to succeed. And still there are others who never learn from their mistakes, believing all the while that they are nurturing green thumbs and crafty Web weavers as their dry gardens perish and websites sport designs that would be outdone by an angst-ridden junior high student circa 1996 showcasing bad poetry via GeoCities with blink tags a-go-go.

But anyone finding themselves (or those they care about) in any of the above scenarios should remember: anything worth doing is worth doing well. If you’re building a website, you want to make sure that it’s worthwhile for the people who land there — otherwise, you’re just being rude! And if you’re actually taking money for building someone else’s website, then being simply decent at the task when you should be excellent is borderline criminal!

Don’t be one of those Web designers.

Luckily, there’s help out there for anyone who strives to earn their keep in this fashion. The Landing Page Design Kit — valued at $299, but yours for only $59 (that’s an 80% discount) — will take you every step of the way toward being the best Web designer you can be with 53 training videos, worksheets, and over 300 Photoshop design templates.

If you find that The Landing Page Design Kit doesn’t fulfill your expectations, you’ve got 30 days to return it for a full refund, no questions asked. But this offer won’t be around forever, so take advantage of it while you still can!

The Landing Page Design Kit: Double Your Freelancing Rate

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