I like the most is the Heatmap of Insta, which will definitely help you to make changes and put some more data in the relative place your audience is inclined too. I’m a content writer, one-liner and motivational quotes are a niche of my keen interest. Can you please suggest which landing page will be the best one for me, even I don’t have a high budget?
Using complicated menus and tricky webpages can actually discourage your visitors from interacting with your landing page for prolonged periods of time. Use a simple landing page layout that is not too complex but still allows your visitors to easily navigate. This will help you keep visitors on the intended page for longer periods of time without worrying about them straying off and interacting with other pages whilst leaving your initial call-to-action unanswered. Make it simple for your customer to recognize and engage with your landing page by giving them a simple format to follow. 
LeadPages comes with two editors, A static editor and a column-based drag and drop (CDD) editor. The static editor offers a few customization options but is limited in options. This is done so as not to allow people to alter a template that’s already laid out. The CDD editor is a more customizable editor offering more flexibility by allowing you to add more elements (text and images) and move them around.

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. 


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.  
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
Click funnel receives only email support if you are a regular email holder while the enterprise account holder gets priority phone support. LeadPages customers receive better support if compared. While regular members receive only email support, Pro members enjoy live chat and email support, and Enterprise members gets all three: Live chat, email and phone support.

This saves a lot of time of users.  You can also manage multiple clients and campaigns at the same time on one account and also this feature allows multiple users. So that many users can work on the landing pages with one account. You can also archive and transfer accounts along with that you can organize client leads. You can also create group campaigns where you can include more than one campaign.
There are several key elements that you should include in your landing page in order to ensure that visitors engage with your content. While these elements may not be visual, they are integral parts of any landing page that will determine its overall conversion rate and success. Let’s look at some of the most important landing page elements you should include on your website. 
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Using complicated menus and tricky webpages can actually discourage your visitors from interacting with your landing page for prolonged periods of time. Use a simple landing page layout that is not too complex but still allows your visitors to easily navigate. This will help you keep visitors on the intended page for longer periods of time without worrying about them straying off and interacting with other pages whilst leaving your initial call-to-action unanswered. Make it simple for your customer to recognize and engage with your landing page by giving them a simple format to follow. 
That’s fairly helpful when you need a template that’s been proven to be exceptionally effective. The only problem, however, is that Leadpages does not publish the precise template conversion scores. You can’t even determine how long sites have been using the templates. There are no comparative details- just Leadpages’ overall ranking. So, you have to take their word for it.   

Cons: I really have to be careful when I consider what I do not like about the software, meaning: is the problem the software or me? For example, I always struggle with adding a domain. I have observes that the various templates tend to be too similar to each other and need a higher level of base creativity. At times I have had difficulty with tutorial for forms building. Many times tutorials are a bit confusing or unClear, however, I see many tutorial tend to be upgraded over time.

A word about ‘average results’: your conversions are dependent on a lot of different factors: your copy, your design, your offer, the market you’re making the offer to, so we’re not guaranteeing you any minimum level of conversions when you use a Convertri page.  Our test which yielded 25% better performance was done across 100 clicks to each page in the Paleo niche.  Will you get equivalent results?  We don’t know.  What we do know, and what we guarantee 100%, is that your pages when built in Convertri will load faster than almost any other equivalent page on the internet, giving you a better customer experience, and this often leads to better conversions (see: Quicksprout, eConsultancy, Forbes, Hobo-Web) – and that can only be a good thing.

Well, the editing process here basically uses a pixel-precise drag-and-drop interface. Now, combine that with Unbounce’s rich array of templates, and you’ll be able to get your pages up and running in no time. The whole customization process is as simple as dragging a couple of elements, moving them around the layout, and defining their properties.  
For that, you can try the feature A/B testing. This testing allows you to create two different campaigns and then you can target the audience for those after that you will see the result of which campaign has more opening rate than other. You can make your pages more stylish with these conversion tools.  There are lightbox forms are available which has more conversion rate than regular sign up forms.
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