The best part about SumoMe is that it is literally free to use, no hidden charges and no onetime payments. It works on all sites, whether it is WordPress or HTML, SumoME will not complain about working on these sites. It offers a variety of popups like the boxes which appear when the user clicks on something, a timer which persuades people to subscribe or a before you leave popup. Overall, it is indeed an incredible tool to grow your email list.
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.
Instapage features a unique feature known as the “Instapage squeeze page” which essentially grabs email addresses from potential leads by offering them something valuable in return. You can alert your website visitors of important information such as newsletters, whitepapers, case studies, webinar information, or video links in return for their email capture. Instapage splash pages are essentially Instapages version of landing pages which allow you to engage with and persuade your visitors to interact with different parts of your website.
The Architect has a handy inline text-editing feature, which eliminates the need of typing into a sidebar first. All you need to do is to click on your pages text area to input words. This impressive feature makes it super easy to preview your work on the go. It also dramatically speeds up your text editing workflow. Many other page builders lack this functionality, which makes Thrive Architect a choice page builder.
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.
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.