The ability to create and split test between your landing pages is one of the best ways to find instant profits and room for improvements in your ad campaign. Unfortunately, too many people rely on outsourcing and having to contact designers to work on their landing pages. We previously reviewed the Premise wordpress landing pages creation tool on the blog, and continue to find some really great content around the web from people who are using it.

In this post we want to highlight how you can get your hands on a set of free Premise landing page templates. The site is called PremiseGallery.com and it’s run by a good friend of mine, Jim Kukral.

When you visit the web site, all you need to do is enter the email and you can download your free Premise wordpress themes. Another great feature of the site is that you can look through landing pages and site designs that Jim Kukral has created and is currently using for several of his projects.

Cool, So What’s the Catch?

There is no catch! The only thing you need to do, is be a current owner of the Premise wordpress theme. If you already own Premise, head over to PremiseGallery.com and download your free landing pages. If not, you can purchase your copy of Premise, then download your set of free landing pages afterwards.

The Premise theme is available in two packages; Starter and Ultimate. The Starter package, a one time cost of $85, allows you to create unlimited landing pages on as many domains as you like, and include six months of optimization seminars, copywriting advice, graphics library, updates and support. The Ultimate Packages, which is a one time cost of $165, includes everything in the Starter package, but you will have lifetime access to all of the updates and features included.

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Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

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