LeadFox is a powerful integrated marketing software solution specially designed for small to mid-size businesses in advertising, email marketing, and on landing pages, building banners, and pop-ups. Mostly the software is used by agencies and freelancers in order to provide design, copywriting, and marketing strategy-building services to multiple companies around the world. Just like other it also offers a drag and drops WYSIWYG landing page creator that helps marketing professionals to create and edit the pages without any technical support easily. It also allows businesses and organizations to create banners and pop-ups that can be deployed on their site or blog. LeadFox also automatically captures all the leads that are generated through different sources and syncs them with the integrated CRM solutions that help them to centralize all the data at one place and quickly streamline marketing activities. There is also has a feature that enables marketing teams to create email campaigns and easily track their effectiveness using several parameters. Unlike most of the similar solutions, it also offers a module to create A/B tests for email campaigns to compare their success rates. The most interesting fact about LeadFox is that it introduces a user dashboard feature that displays key performance indicators and allows users to track all their activities through a single table. LeadFox other prominent feature includes lead generation, customizable CTAs, dynamic content, document publishing, forms management, user interaction tracking, and complete brand management, etc.
A squeeze page generally “squeezes” the email of the visitor in return of something valuable to them. The visitor sign up using their email address and you promise to provide them the service that is featured in the main landing page. You can provide important information in the form of ebooks, whitepaper, newsletter, video or webinar information, case studies, decks etc in return of their emails. Before deploying the squeeze pages you must decide on the creativity and the determine the usefulness of the information provided by you in the main page of the landing pages so that it will be enticing enough for the visitors to enter their emails.
In addition to providing numerous pre-designed templates, both Leadpages and Unbounce come with easy to use drag-and-drop landing page editors. And each of them supports a wide range of customization options. Their individual layouts, however, are quite different since Leadpages offers a column-based drag-and-drop editor, while Unbounce comes with a pixel-precise one.
Instapage features a unique feature known as the “Instapage squeeze page” which essentially grabs email addresses from potential leads by offering them something valuable in return. You can alert your website visitors of important information such as newsletters, whitepapers, case studies, webinar information, or video links in return for their email capture. Instapage splash pages are essentially Instapages version of landing pages which allow you to engage with and persuade your visitors to interact with different parts of your website.
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.