Like LeadPages, but with a heavy emphasis on the full sales funnel, not just the landing page. You can design opt-in forms and funnels. You can create a full sales funnel. You can set up webinars and a webinar-based funnel. You can even create member sites and product launches that require an exclusive membership fee or members-only access. It’s a short process to go from registering for the service to hosting your page, too.
The platform also has context-sensitive menus. Whenever you click on an element, the settings and options compatible with it will be displayed on the side. This feature will give you a lot of control over the design of your pages. To reveal advanced control options, expand the advanced builder sections. You will find cool features such as padding and margin properties, animation effects, and mobile responsive features among others. If there are elements that distract your mobile user’s site, you can choose to disable from this view to ensure that your pages deliver the best experience to all users.
Templates (Winner: Leadpages) All Leadpages users are granted access to over 500 free and premium templates. Unbounce offers about 100 template options. Leadpages and Unbounce templates cover all the primary industries. There are multiple template filtering parameters on both Leadpages and Unbounce. Both Leadpages and Unbounce deal with landing page templates. Leadpages also offers website templates, while Unbounce comes with supplementary templates for sticky bars and pop-ups. Leadpages wins thanks to its richer array of attractive templates.
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.