Hey Kenny, great article. Checking out a few of the platforms right know:) Quick sort-of-relevant question, would building manual squarespace landing pages + opt-in forms work? Can I get a similar landing page from creating manually on Squarespace as I can on Leadpages. The way I understand LP, is I wouldn’t be able to A/B test a ton, but that is manageable. At least until Leadpages makes more financial sense for me. Thanks a ton man, Ryan
With Instapage splash pages, you can add combinations of videos, texts, music, and other sorts of media related to your product or brand on your landing page. Instapage’s splash page will then instantly redirect your visitors to the homepage of your website or any other page that you specified during the creation of your splash page. With Instapage, you can expedite the entire email capture process with ease and simplicity. Instapage also offers a sales page features which will allow you that you can use to create premium looking landing pages that will help you sell products and merchandise.
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.