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Why I Love LeadPages – LeadPages Review

I have been using LeadPages for a few months now and I have to say, I can’t live without it now.

I had been hesitant in the past to use LeadPages because I didn’t know how much I would actually utilize it. But then I tried it and there’s no going back.

Before I even get into why I love LeadPages so much I want to provide the link for their 14 day FREE trial. Just sign up for free and you can see why I love it so much.

Remember, the link above is an affiliate link, full disclosure.

But I wouldn’t be sharing it if I didn’t love the product and service.

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Here’s why I love LeadPages so much.

Ease of Use

There’s not many things in love easier than a drag and drop model. In some instances, drag and drop models are not the best options. Sometimes it’s best to hand code something from scratch and design from the bottom up. But that can get expensive.

The pre-built themes can be used as is without even needing to add anything. Just simply change out the text and images to reflect what you are selling or promoting and bam that’s it.

Of course you can add or change anything that is in the pre-built themes if you need to.

No Designers Needed

Coming from someone who owns a digital marketing agency that sells web design as a service, this hurts me to say, but these pre-built landing pages can be used by anyone, even without a design / developer background.

LeadPages has a team of designers who create these templates and they work!

Paying a designer for every single landing page that you want to create can cost thousands of dollars (and trust me, if you want to do that, go right ahead, contact me first to help you with it), but if you want to be able to create landing pages yourself, then this is your tool.

Hiring designers to create landing pages is definitely not in the budget for most people.

Try the 14 free trial and design as much as you want to see how you well you like it before you move to the paid version.

WordPress Integration

First let me know say LeadPages integrates with just about anything out there, but I’m a huge WordPress fan, so that’s why I’m mentioning it. I use WordPress for all my sites that I own. I also recommend WordPress to just about anyone.

All you have to do is create your landing page in LeadPages, install a plugin for WordPress and the page will automatically sync. You can choose a custom URL for this landing page for SEO purposes and create meta data and everything!

AWeber Integration

Like I mentioned above, I use AWeber so that’s why this is important to me, but they do offer integration to other email services as well. MailChimp, Constant Contact, Drip, etc.

Majority of my landing pages are set up as lead pages and when a user submits their email, it goes right into AWeber and starts the auto responder series from there.

Everything working together just makes everything so much easier.

Another thing you would need to have hard coded by a designer and developer if you wanted to do this all from scratch.

Professional Designs

I mentioned this briefly above as part of the ease of use section, but the professional pre-made designs that LeadPages offer is incredible. Here are a few screenshots of their pre-built landing pages that you can just simply edit.

These designs are also responsive, so you don’t have to worry about mobile users not converting.

For Any Profession

These landing pages can be adapted for any one in any profession. Some of them are already custom made towards specific industries. For example, webinar sign up landing pages with a count down clock. This same time of design can be used for anyone who is launching a product on a specific date and you want to keep people excited.

Templates for realtors who have a new home going on the market or promoting an upcoming open house.

Other pre-made templates for lead generation that help you get people to sign up for a course, a white-paper, you name it, it’s there.

New book coming out? You guessed it, there’s a pre-built theme for that.

Not sure if they have something for you, then sign up for the 14 day free trial. What do you have to lose for just signing up and seeing what they have?

Now that you see why I love LeadPages so much, go ahead and check it out for yourself and form your own opinion.

I already know you’re going to love it.

LeadPages will cause one problem however.

It’s going to call you out on not acting on your ideas. With being able to make landing pages so easily now, you have NO excuses to not do it and start selling more.

What can you expect to pay after the 14 day free trial? Their monthly offers start at $25/mo. For most users you can get away with the Standard account unless you want to set up A/B split testing, then you’re looking at closer to $50/mo.

$25/mo after the free trial.

That’s it.

That’s 5 less trips to Starbucks (maybe even less than that) to help grow your business.