We were an early adopter of Lead Pages? and created a dozen or so professional business templates for the marketplace they ran. We enabled over 100 small businesses to launch. It was a proud achievement for Bloom Factor, then suddenly Lead Pages? shut down the marketplace. We used this moment to research 15 alternatives to Lead Pages?
LeadPages is one of the top pieces of software. 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, or pay a developer to do it for you.
LeadPages isn?t always the right solution. There are any number of reasons why you might not want to use their system, from the price tag to the template availability. Now, let’s take a look at them all.
The Lead Page Alternatives
Like LeadPages, but more famous. Who hasn?t heard of Unbounce by now? Not only do they have a powerful platform, they have a blog full of amazing information that?s free to access. You can reasonably assume that you?re getting that expertise along with any support you need for their landing pages.
Like LeadPages, but focused equally between a stand-alone site and a Facebook tab. You can use both, or you can focus on one or the other. They have all of the email integration, analytics, and mobile functionality you?ve come to expect out of a landing page builder. As a special note, it accepts Paypal payment processing, which a surprising number of these apps don?t.
Like LeadPages, but a little simpler and easier to use. The editor for their template and site building platform is incredibly easy to use, so much so that you?ll be surprised how easily you can find everything. They have over 100 templates to use as starting points, and they?re all completely customizable so your site never feels like it looks just like a thousand other sites online.
Like LeadPages, but coupled with a very robust and ongoing free and paid hybrid training program. Rainmaker is part of the Copyblogger network, so it has a lot of knowledge and power behind it. It?s primarily focused on WordPress, but works as a stand-alone platform as well.
Like LeadPages, but a lot more limited, while being quite a bit faster. You don?t have analytics, you don?t have opt-ins, you don?t have much more than a template landing page and real time statistics reporting. It works with third party email managers, and it offers customer support channels. It?s quick and easy to use, and above all, cheap. Their biggest, most badass plan is only $150 per month.
Like LeadPages, but with a heavy emphasis on the full sales funnel, not just the landing page. You can design opt-in forms and funnels. You can create a full sales funnel. You can set up webinars and a webinar-based funnel. You can even create member sites and product launches that require an exclusive membership fee or members-only access. It?s a short process to go from registering for the service to hosting your page, too.
Like LeadPages, but designed specifically for new businesses launching new services and products. As such, it has a huge emphasis on hooking customers, getting them to opt-in and setting up responses to their interest. It?s not template-based, requiring that you do a little work to design your page, but it?s better than most WYSIWYG editors out there. As an added bonus, they help promote their customers on their main site, so you have an automatic audience.You might like:
Like LeadPages, but loaded with additional tools. You have a lot of lead tracking and demographic information, along with additional features to develop an email auto-response campaign. Analytics are a given, and it has a system to implement a referral program. If that wasn?t enough, they?re known for having excellent support.
Like LeadPages, but designed around speed more than on flexibility. You may not have all of the various dozens of options, hundreds of templates, and piles of features you get with other programs on this list. On the other hand, you have a site builder than can go from a new project to a live page in minutes. That?s counting upload times. It has a monthly or annual fee, but it?s very reasonable, at $300 for a year.
Like LeadPages, but focused more on templates and modular drag-and-drop building than the additional features. You can implement a welcome gate, you can use two-step opt-ins or three-step signups, and you have an image editor build into the system. On top of all of that, it has a bunch of bundled in analytics, giving you more data than most of the other programs on this list. They also have a 60-day money back guarantee, which is twice as long as most of the rest. They also have an unlimited annual license for $200.
Like LeadPages, but specifically designed for WordPress sites. This one allows you to create landing pages, sales pages, membership pages, full product launch funnels, and blogs. It?s also mobile-ready, with everything you need to have a responsive site designed with their templates. They don?t have a free option, but their basic package is only $100, with the pro package working up to $300.
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.
Like LeadPages, but lacks some of the unique features that make LeadPages as sought-after as it is. Still, the two major features are there; building landing pages and split-testing them. Instapage uses a drag and drop modular design, which allows it to streamline the code of your site to an amazing extent. Likewise, it makes swapping out elements for split-testing incredibly easy.
Like LeadPages, but offering you the option of using templates or starting with a blank canvas and building yourself a site from scratch. You can build any kind of marketing page you could desire, you don?t need to worry about the code, and you can even make members-only pages. It?s not cheap, though; nearly $200 monthly for the basic plan, or $1,000 annually for the less limited plan. Still, it?s cheaper than hiring coders and designers.
Not sure which one to choose, reach out tell me what you want to achieve and I’ll steer you in the right direction.