4 types of visuals your sales page needs – and where to get them
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Earlier, I shared the 9 elements you need to have on your sales page. Once you’ve written your sales page, it’s time to make it pretty – and irresistible to your ideal clients!
These are the visuals you need to include on your sales page:
1. Photos of you
Show your reader you’re a real person. At the very least you need a photo in the Introduce Yourself section, but you can also use these for background images and as feature images throughout your sales page.
2. Stock photos that align with your offer and message
Use these for background images and as feature images throughout your sales page.
Use these when outlining what lessons and modules are included in your program or any specific tools and resources they will get when they purchase.
4. Product mockups
These show the reader a preview of what your program looks like and what they can expect once they purchase. People love to see inside of the membership site and workbooks, and it helps show them the quality of your product.
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