Pros: I have enjoyed the relative ease of on-boarding into Convertri from other popular page editors that were difficult to use and expensive. Since I tend to "play with " a product before referring to the Tutorials, I discovered many procedures for fairly easy to navigate and create. Clearly, the benefit that I value most with Convertri is customer support. I say this because on many occasion I contact them and their system consists of immediate reply, then follow up with more solutions to my problems. Have experienced that many times the issue involves a third -part such as the autoresponder company. They intercede and work with third-party on my behalf. Many other Customer Support would say it is Not here problem and send me in circles between them and the third-party provider. So, a technically always improving/upgrading software and customer support that care ( along with teams Tuesdays funny but informative report) makes me happy with Convertri.
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LeadPages is one of the top pieces of software – as a service no less – for designing and testing landing pages today. It has a lot of great templates utilizing modern designs with fast code. It has great email capture forms for opt-ins that hook right into your existing mailing list management software. They have extremely easy split testing as well, taking all of the guesswork out of testing changes. One of their most popular features is the LeadBox, a two-step email opt-in that has been repeatedly tested to improve signups. You can implement all of this yourself, of course, but paying a developer is often more expensive than paying the LeadPages monthly fee.
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.
Follow directions for DNS and CNAME record setup to the letter to direct your landing pages to a subdomain on your domain. This is the most technical option of the three, but if you’re planning on setting up a lot of landing pages or landing pages for a lot of sites, you’ll want to learn how to do this so you don’t have to go bug the Dev team every time you need a new page.
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.