Widgets, Landing Pages and Feed Stats

I thought some of you might be interested in an article I recently authored for iMedia – What widgets can do for landing pages. It pretty much sums up the most exciting work we’re doing and the future of the landing page as a product (application).

Also, Rand Fishkin interviewed me over on SEOmoz about the results of his Landing Page Contest. Congrats to Paul Robb and Rand who got a great performing page!

Finally, thanks to all of you that read my blog. Optimize and Prophesize has just reached the 1,200 Feed Subscriber mark. This far surpasses my goal for the year already.
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In case you were wondering the most popular feed item of all-time on O&P is Optimizing Social Media Landing Pages.

The power of the Internet as a communications tool never ceases to amaze me. I’ve made some amazing connections through this blog. I continue to be motivated by the fact that my worldwide audience spans kids in college to Fortune 500 CMOs — all of whom in someway or another care about providing great experiences through the delivery of relevance. Keep optimizing!

4 thoughts on “Widgets, Landing Pages and Feed Stats

  1. Is there some way I could get a transcript of the workshop entitled “The Next Generation of Applications for Targeting, Personalization, and Advertising.” Workshop from MIXX 2.7

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  2. Vincent-
    Thanks for your interest.
    I wish that session was captured in some way. I’ve been asked numerous times already but we were not allowed to record it ourselves and MIXX did not record it either. It’s a shame. That was the most enlightened panel I’ve ever been a part of.
    Jonathan

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  3. Are Landing Page Widgets a solution to low conversion rates on generic keyword phrases?

    According to Jonathan Mendez placing widgets on landing Pages might be a solution to low conversion ratesfor generic keyword phrases such as house plans, home plans, floor plans, or any other generalized phase …

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  4. Thank you, I have been very interested in utilizing Mashups and widgets and I think that they will be the wave of the future for search and would have really been interested in getting some more information.

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