Adding a landing page in front of your Ghost website
Having a landing page is optional, but it's a powerful feature. It's the default page your visitors come across. Landing pages are also referred to as a splash page, as a static page or as a lead page.
A landing page is the best way to focus the user's experience and guide your visitors into a specific part of your website which is managed by Ghost. It's design can be totally different than the pages managed by Ghost.
Another way of seeing it is to say that:
- the landing page (pascalandy.com) lives under at the root
/bloglives under a subdirectory.
What should your visitors see first?
For you that might be:
- your contact page
- your service page
- your product page
- your blog
The experience you imagine for you visitors is up to you.
Per example. Martine Nadal runs a communication agency. The main element she wants her visitors to see is her portfolio. See how she use this call to action (CTA) button to control the user experience on her website. The CTA could have pointed to a contact page or a service page as well. In this case, her portfolio is her impresario. It's the most important part of her website.
In this case, her portfolio is her impresario. It's the most important part of her website.
As the owner of your website, you can use any static page you want. You could download this landing page, tweak it and host it in front of your Ghost website.
While the purpose of play-with-ghost is to promote Ghost not landing pages, we will showcase landing pages in the future. There are many open source landing pages to choose from. This feature is part of our roadmap
Don't hesitate to contact us for more details.
Your payment will be processed by GumRoad (credit cards) or Coinbase and by design, no sensitive information is going to FirePress.
Condition — You must have an active plan with us prior adding a landing page in front of your Ghost's website.
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