Like LeadPages, but lacks some of the unique features that make LeadPages as sought-after as it is. Still, the two major features are there; building landing pages and split-testing them. Instapage uses a drag and drop modular design, which allows it to streamline the code of your site to an amazing extent. Likewise, it makes swapping out elements for split-testing incredibly easy.
Checkboxes – we’ve granted checkboxes new and shiny powers to talk to autoresponder tags! This means that from now on, you can use checkboxes to segment leads, or let them choose from multiple bump sales, not just one. Assign tags in the Properties panel, and your prospects will be tagged with all relevant tags when multiple checkboxes are checked.
Like LeadPages, but specifically designed for WordPress sites. This one allows you to create landing pages, sales pages, membership pages, full product launch funnels, and blogs. It’s also mobile-ready, with everything you need to have a responsive site designed with their templates. They don’t have a free option, but their basic package is only $100, with the pro package working up to $300.
It uses two editors, a static editor and a column-based drag and drop (CDD) editor. Both editors are not easily customizable and do not offer much flexibility as the pixel-precise drag and drop editor. It doesn’t require any prior knowledge of coding before you can operate the tool effectively. It also has features that offer more control over how you relate with your customers. The large number of ready-made templates that LeadPages offer makes it stand out among other leading page builders.
Bother Leadpages and Unbounce also offer templates for all the major industry categories. Then in addition to that, it’s possible to sort your options on both platforms according to the type of campaign page you want to build. But, while Leadpages goes ahead filters the templates further according to their conversion rates, Unbounce allows you to focus on templates with selected features.