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Session #8
Website Wireframes: See real webpages optimized for marketing conversion

In Session #8, Flint McGlaughlin helps you structure and sequence the flow of your pages to win the highest conversion rates.

By applying the teaching from Session #7 to a practical example submitted by an entrepreneur/student, McGlaughlin provides a step-by-step guide that shows you how to architect the psychology of your messages for maximum conversion.

Here are some of the most important insights from this class:

  • Beware of missing micro-yes transitions.
  • Beware of micro-yes transitions in the wrong order.
  • Beware of micro-yes transitions with insufficient force.
  • Replace the claim with the reason.
  • Be clear on exactly what conclusion you are trying to win.

If you would like a chance to get optimization advice from Flint on your landing page or other marketing in an upcoming session, just email

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