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.
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.
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.