Now that we’ve discussed what a landing page is and the vital elements that go into making one that is unique to your business, let’s discuss exactly how you can begin the process of creating a landing page for your website and the tools available for you to use when beginning the process. As stated previously in this guide, Leadpages has been one of the premier software solutions for many years however there are new very viable options emerging in the market.
Imagine how frustrating an experience would it be if your prospective lands on your website after clicking on the ad that said you will provide him “x” and he starts searching for it on your website. Meeting our potential customer’s experience is one of the reasons why landing pages came into existence. To reduce the bounce rates, marketers who are using landing pages should use match the search intent of the visitor through the landing page. Unlike 2008, where codes were required to create a site consistent with the website that would direct the visitors to land on, we have a simple platform to set up and manage our PPC landing page in an efficient and persuasive manner.
Leadpages offers Center, which builds some of those automatic connections from one application to another, but integrations here are limited. You’ll find lots of Leadpages integrations and connections on their Integrations page, but watch out. If you read the fine print, some of these options are listed as “compatible,” meaning they’ll sync with Leadpages, but might require a third-party connection.
Click funnel receives only email support if you are a regular email holder while the enterprise account holder gets priority phone support. LeadPages customers receive better support if compared. While regular members receive only email support, Pro members enjoy live chat and email support, and Enterprise members gets all three: Live chat, email and phone support.
Like LeadPages, but offering you the option of using templates or starting with a blank canvas and building yourself a site from scratch. You can build any kind of marketing page you could desire, you don’t need to worry about the code, and you can even make members-only pages. It’s not cheap, though; nearly $200 monthly for the basic plan, or $1,000 annually for the less limited plan. Still, it’s cheaper than hiring coders and designers.
Follow directions for DNS and CNAME record setup to the letter to direct your landing pages to a subdomain on your domain. This is the most technical option of the three, but if you’re planning on setting up a lot of landing pages or landing pages for a lot of sites, you’ll want to learn how to do this so you don’t have to go bug the Dev team every time you need a new page.
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.