Like LeadPages, but specifically designed for WordPress sites. Again. Thrive hooks into WordPress and allows you to create highly customized landing pages, along with their specific Thrive Leads plugin. Thrive Leads is a two-step opt-in plugin that mimics the beneficial functionality of the LeadBox. If you’re too attached to WordPress or your existing blog to migrate to a LeadPages site, this option is perfect for you.
Ease of Use (Draw) Both Leadpages and Unbounce combine a wide array of pre-designed templates, plus straightforward drag-and-drop page builders for dynamic tweaks. Unbounce offers a pixel-precise drag-and-drop editor, while Leadpages comes with a column-based one. Leadpages provides a supplementary static editor, which is optimized for simplicity. The Leadpages static editor has limited tweaking capabilities. Leadpages outshines Unbounce when it comes to extra conversion tools and resources. Leadpages and Unbounce are both pleasantly easy to use.
Leadpages includes a lot of extras that fill out the customer experience universe including a countdown timer so your pages automatically expire, automatic SMS text messaging for lead generation, and Center, a Zapier-like automation that lets you pull data from one connected app and push it to another. Center only has a few connections now, but it’s worth exploring if you don’t have another marketing automation tool in your arsenal.
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.