I Don't Know if This is the Right Place To Put This Question

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Jimmy Beasley

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Dear Impact Plus Team,  Tom DiScipio   has informed me that option 2 in creating a "in-between page, like the one on the website that was linked in the main news feed. Like this one sample from another company would be the best route to go. But I also did  not want to waste upgrading my basic plan to pro for calendly, so  I added 5 more events to the booking page. 

https://resources.mazzellacompanies.com/top-5-fall-protection-hazards-on-the-job-site?utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mazzellacompanies.com%2F

The only difference is that I don't know what I can provide of value unless I can use the rate sheet that I had created professionally. 

But the biggest thing I don't know how to create this and then add it to my website. 

Is there anyone that can PLEASE help me?
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Jimmy Beasley
Connor DeLaney , This is what I already have. A professional rate sheet for my services and a pricing page that is not published yet with a premade template that is customizable. So, I am thinking on the first block, on the left-hand side have a newsletter form and to the right a mini video with some content underneath it. If someone has something better in mind, I am all years.  Question- What is the one top thing that customers don't want to receive when walking into a store. (any store within any industry).? 


Connor DeLaney
Jimmy Beasley the key here for me is creating something that's valuable, downloadable, and clearly educates your customer on something they may not know about. This can be as simple as an infographic (like the one from Mazzella that you linked) or something more complex like a DIY guide to testing your security. From what I'm seeing here, I think it could be valuable to have something before a calendly scheduling call. 
Jimmy Beasley
Connor DeLaney , you have lost me on this part  This can be as simple as an infographic (like the one from Mazzella that you linked) or something more complex like a DIY guide to testing your security.
Tom DiScipio
Jimmy Beasley It's important to remember that the time you're willing to spend with a prospective buyer on the phone or in a meeting is the real value for this particular page that you're looking to create. Remember the context here was to create a landing page that get's someone to book time directly with you to discuss their IT challenges.

I wouldn't worry about the rate sheet at the moment. That could be something you develop and use on another landing page with the purpose of educating a prospect that's browsing your website OR it could be something that you deliver to the prospect after your first call with them.

And so, I think a great formula for this type of landing page is as follows:
  1. Include some written content about the purpose of the meeting, what they're going to get out of the assessment call, and what happens after.
  2. Perhaps include a short 1 minute video introducing yourself to help improve trust
  3. Let them know that their information will always be kept private
  4. And finally... point out that they can book time directly with you by using the calendar link on that page.
Jimmy Beasley
Tom DiScipio , I am the type of person where I don't like to  sent one unfinished project aside only to begin another, I  have to finish the one I am working on. 
Jimmy Beasley
Tom DiScipio , I am sorry I am just not following you. I have to do something with the rate sheet. I spent all they money on it.  I don't understand this at all
  1. Include some written content about the purpose of the meeting, what they're going to get out of the assessment call, and what happens after.
  2. Perhaps include a short 1 minute video introducing yourself to help improve trust
  3. Let them know that their information will always be kept private
  4. And finally... point out that they can book time directly with you by using the calendar link on that page.

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