Automating Landing Page Analysis with GPT-V

Learn how to leverage computer vision models to analyse and optimize your landing pages with unprecedented efficiency.


Landing Page Analysis

User behavior analysis on landing pages reveals what resonates with the target audience...More


James Anthony Phoenix

Data Engineer | Full Stack Developer
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1. Scenario
Sally, our Head of Marketing, wants us to dive deep into analyzing landing pages and competitor landing pages using this powerful tool.
Sally Valentine
at Upsert

I'm really excited for today's session, everyone.

Landing page analysis is such an important skill for us to have, especially as we're constantly striving to improve our campaigns and stay ahead of the competition.

With GPT-V, we'll be able to analyze landing pages with precision and efficiency.

Trust me, this skill is going to make a huge difference in our marketing efforts.

Let's dive in and become landing page analysis experts!

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2. Brief

Landing pages are crucial for any website as they play a significant role in attracting and converting visitors into customers. Analyzing landing pages, both your own and your competitors', is essential to gain insights into what is working and what can be improved. In this blog post, we will explore how you can analyze landing pages using GPT vision.

The first step is to set up the script by specifying the domain you want to analyze. This will be used as the base domain for comparison. The script uses functions to load a headless browser, create a page, and take screenshots. It also includes options to emulate different device types like mobile and desktop, ensuring a comprehensive analysis.

After taking screenshots of the landing pages, we convert them to base64 format for further processing. We then set up a LangChain pydantic model to receive responses from the GPT vision API. The vision model provides feedback on strengths, areas for improvement, and general recommendations for each landing page. This standardized output allows for easy integration into applications.

To demonstrate the analysis process, we provide a prompt to the model, acting as a marketing user researcher. The prompt includes the URLs of the landing pages and asks for a brief analysis of the screenshots, focusing on areas for improvement. The model generates a JSON schema following a specific format, providing valuable insights for optimization.

While the current script provides a solid foundation for landing page analysis, there are some edge cases and future improvements worth considering. One such case is handling cookie banners and pop-ups. Automating the process of clicking on these elements would enhance the analysis by accounting for their impact on user experience. Another improvement involves creating an X, Y coordinate grid to have complete control over the vision model's actions, allowing for greater autonomy and interaction with the website.

In conclusion, analyzing landing pages, including your own and those of your competitors, is crucial for optimizing user experience and conversion rates. The combination of GPT vision, and LangChain provides a powerful toolkit for conducting in-depth analysis. By leveraging these tools and considering potential edge cases, you can gain valuable insights into your landing pages and make informed decisions to enhance their performance.

3. Tutorial

β€ŠAll right. So in this video, what we're going to have a look at is how you can analyze landing pages, your landing page, and competitors, landing pages, using GPC vision. We're going to use something called Piper tear, which is a puppeteer port for And this allows us to run puppets here, browsers. , and to execute some commands on some headless browsers. , so there's a couple of different types of installations that were running in this Piper tear, stealth Piper tear. , and we're also going to using Lang chain as well. , we're also going to add in some use agents.

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