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Mercedes-Benz Sosnowiec

A Responsive Landing Page for Mercedes-Benz Car Dealer

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    What kind of website are you interested in?

    Do you also require an SEO analysis?

    Do you need any additional features or functionalities?
    (this section is optional, you can skip it and describe your needs in the old-fashioned way — via text area)

    How many pages should your website have?
    (Excluding home page and privacy policy/cookie policy pages)

    How many categories should your portfolio have?
    (each category can consist of multiple galleries)

    How many additional languages do you need?

    How many additional currencies do you need?

    How many products do you want me to add to your website?

    Do you want users to be able to comment/rate your posts?

    Do you also need a multi-step form?

    How many steps your form should have?

    Do you need your form to use conditional logic?

    The good old-fashioned text area 🙂
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    Estimated price

    € 500

    The Brief

    A marketing agency reached out to me for a quote on developing a responsive landing page for one of their VIP clients. They provided all the essential media resources, including graphics, photos, and fonts.

    They required the landing page to serve as the central piece of their Facebook Ads campaign. The plan was to have it fully integrated with the campaign, featuring a user-friendly contact form for visitors to sign up for a test drive.

    The Case Study (landing page)

    In 2013, I was among the few Polish freelance developers specializing in responsive web design (RWD). Force Media (formerly Broker Media) found me through Google due to my expertise. They had a regular client, Mercedes-Benz Sosnowiec car dealer, and were running periodically marketing campaigns for them.

    Mercedes-Benz Sosnowiec wanted to target people with smartphones so it was crucial for the contact form displayed on the landing page to be mobile friendly (believe it or not, but back in 2013 Polish Internet was a torture for smartphone users).

    Since the landing page was hosted on Mercedes-Benz’s official servers, I couldn’t use WordPress. I had to code it manually with HTML, PHP, and a bit of JavaScript. This custom-made landing page was then uploaded by the server’s admin and underwent a thorough security audit before publication.

    To ensure the contact form worked seamlessly, I used the standard PHPMailer class and configured it to send emails to one of the client’s email addresses. This eliminated the need for setting up a database, which would normally collected and stored information sent via the form.”

    Features Mercedes-Benz Sosnowiec liked most in their landing page:

    Responsive web design
    Mobile-friendly contact form
    Stunning photo I decided to use as a background
    5/5 (2 Reviews)