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.
My biggest problem with leadpages and instapage is they are super expensive. For someone starting to start out on a shoestring budget, lots of times those aren’t great options. I personally tried LeadSanity.com and it works great for me. They certainly aren’t as feature-rich as the other guys, but they have a free version and their paid accounts are cheap as hell. Just my two cents.
Page Editor (Winner: Unbounce)  Leadpages provides a simple Standard Builder for static editing and a Drag-and-Drop Builder for extensive customizations.  The Unbounce drag-and-drop editor outshines Leadpages’ in functionalities.  The Leadpages Standard Editor is the best when it comes to simplicity.  The Unbounce Drag and Drop Editor might seem complex because of its advanced functionalities.  Although Leadpages’ Drag-and-Drop Editor supports a wide array of tweaks, Unbounce provides more functionalities.  Unbounce wins because it supports holistically advanced editing.  
Unbounce also lets you create sticky bars for your site. These bright forms draw attention to the offers and help to get more conversions without paying for more traffic. The editor allows you to add pop-up windows (which are called overlays here) on exit, on arrival, after a delay, on a scroll, or on click. There are plenty of pop-up templates to choose from, and you may also customize them. This feature is not available with Instapage. 
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