How unicef.org’s landing page get definite success？｜LandingSpy
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unicef.org has set up a total of 66 landing pages recently. The advertising platform is Instagram,Facebook, and the advertising time is mostly concentrated on 2020/07/31~2020/08/01.
Advertising Landing Page Performance
|1||One third of babies in South Sudan are not exclusively breastfed||2020/07/31~2020/08/01||1||Instagram,Facebook||N/A|
|2||Lives Upended | UNICEF South Asia||2020/06/25~2020/06/25||1||N/A|
|3||An additional 3.9 million children under 5 could suffer from wasting in South Asia this year due to COVID-19 - UNICEF||2020/07/29~2020/07/29||1||N/A|
|4||A time to share and spread generosity | UNICEF Global||2020/07/30~2020/07/30||1||N/A|
|5||Children and young people changing the world during COVID-19 | UNICEF South Asia||2020/07/27~2020/07/27||1||N/A|
Top 3 Landing pages Free Analytics
1.Top 1 Landing page of unicef.org
Title：One third of babies in South Sudan are not exclusively breastfed
Description：More actions are needed to further promote breastfeeding, said UNICEF at the start of the World Breastfeeding Week
2.Top 2 Landing page of unicef.org
Title：Lives Upended | UNICEF South Asia
Description：How COVID-19 threatens the futures of 600 million South Asian children
3.Top 3 Landing page of unicef.org
Title：An additional 3.9 million children under 5 could suffer from wasting in South Asia this year due to COVID-19 - UNICEF
Description：UNICEF calls for accelerated action to prevent and treat malnutrition caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as humanitarian community appeals for $2.4 billion to improve maternal and child nutrition globally