Well, the purpose of the landing page is to gather leads. The follow-up email generates the sales. Nowadays, everyone expects to get an impulse sale on the thank you page. While it does happen, it is the exception, not the norm.
I've been doing this for A LONG TIME. Most leads are curious if you are only trying to JAM one product down their throats and they are not interested....bad news.
A landing page is a webpage designed to persuade users to take one specific action. For example, having users sign up for a newsletter, purchase a product, or RSVP for an event.
Users typically arrive at landing pages via a pay-per-click advertising campaign. But they may also find your landing page through your homepage, social media posts, organic search results, and email campaigns.
Like your homepage, landing pages are often the first experience visitors have with your website. But homepages and landing pages serve different purposes.
Homepages contain general information about your company. They’re a gateway to other pages on your site where the visitor can learn more.
Landing pages, on the other hand, are standalone pages focused on driving conversions.
In other words, landing pages are where you turn visitors into leads and customers.
You have a bunch of typos. If English isn't your first language, use an AI to correct the grammar and spelling.
Cut the first sentence. Start with 'Learn'.
Sort your line spacing out.
Put the opt-in higher on the page if copy isn't your strong point, or give multiple buttons/links/forms.