In addition to providing numerous pre-designed templates, both Leadpages and Unbounce come with easy to use drag-and-drop landing page editors. And each of them supports a wide range of customization options. Their individual layouts, however, are quite different since Leadpages offers a column-based drag-and-drop editor, while Unbounce comes with a pixel-precise one.
These are links which you can include into your broadcast emails through any email service provider. You can put links into the templates. Links can be on your website, your product and many more. You can also add other online courses in your emails with these links. All you have to do is send it to your customers and once they click on the clink, they will be registered.
If you’re an online coach or lifestyle assistant, webinars can be a great way for you to increase the number of loyal students and sign-ups that you get. With ClickFunnels, you can easily make a high-quality webinar funnel which will allow you to retain customers and regular students who will attend your classes so that you can increase your overall sales and conversion ratings. Depending on the type of product that you’re marketing and your target audience, a webinar can be a really good way for you to boost your overall visibility and audience without putting in too much work or money.
The premium pack will allow a user to have one dedicated client account to separate your projects in Instapage. If you are creating a “Client” on your dashboard, then Instapage will separate your personal projects with other customers. Your client will be able to view your project as well. Users will also get full access to the team members with Phone, chat, and email support. They can also enjoy 5000 custom web fonts with expert design consultation from Instapage’s team.
Hey Martin, Yes Instapage is really good alternative to Leadpages. A/B test of landing pages are required, when a marketer need to test and optimize the performance of their existing lading page. Using A/B split test; they can change and optimize different elements of landing pages and see how the changes can impact their conversion to get high return.
Furthermore, you can review their overall ratings, including: overall score (Unbounce: 9.0 vs. Leadpages: 8.5) and user satisfaction (Unbounce: 97% vs. Leadpages: 100%). Analyze their varying features and similarities and see which one outperforms the other. Likewise, think about your company tomorrow; will your company outgrow the app in the next couple of years?
Overall: I've used dozens of page builders, from the Wordpress extensions (Elementor, Oxygen, etc.) to the standalone apps (Unbounce, Lead Pages, etc.) and all kinds of other types. I can tell you without a moment of hesitation that Convertri is light years ahead of everything else I've used. Like a Tesla, Convertri has five things that make it amazing: 1. This baby is fast. Like, Pagespeed scores in the high 90's fast. 2. It is so fun to drive! Drag-and-drop functionality means you get to make the page look *exactly* the way you dreamed it up. Add in the layers feature and you have an endless playground to help you fulfill your conversion fantasies. 3. You're constantly excited to see what they'll come up with next. Development is always on full throttle, which means there's something interesting and new to enjoy all the time. 4. Autopilot, obviously. In this case, I'm talking about awesome templates (for Pro and Agency accounts) and a page importer feature (add-on service). Between the two features, you can cut your work time drastically. Oh, and speaking of autopilot, Convertri has several native integrations (including webhooks and Zapier on the way) that make marketing automation a breeze. 5. The team behind the product is awesome! Their support is fantastic, they have an active Facebook group that the founder participated in personally, and you can tell they are 1000% behind their product. Is Convertri perfect? No. But I've never enjoyed an app so much.
Like LeadPages, but specifically designed for WordPress sites. Again. Thrive hooks into WordPress and allows you to create highly customized landing pages, along with their specific Thrive Leads plugin. Thrive Leads is a two-step opt-in plugin that mimics the beneficial functionality of the LeadBox. If you’re too attached to WordPress or your existing blog to migrate to a LeadPages site, this option is perfect for you.
Landing pages can be used with Facebook Lead ads as well. We can retarget the visitors and remarket the traffic. Facebook also has this excellent feature in its campaign that will allow the visitor to claim an offer or providing a coupon code. Facebook’s display feature could help tease the user to a dedicated landing page. Here is an example how ShopMob started a contest on Landing pages and successfully used a landing page for collecting leads: