Optimizepress vs Flexsqueeze (wordpress themes)

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I cant decide between Optimizepress or Flexsqueeze. Which one is better for content, review sties, adsense, and sniper sites. I know the big thing for both of them is membership sites and squeeze pages, but im for now i just need to know about what i listed above.

Btw price is not a deciding factor for me.

Thank You!
#web design #flexsqueeze #optimizepress #themes #wordpress

  • Profile picture of the author mariomvr
    Hi,

    Neither. Optimizepress is a theme for sales pages and squeze pages, it also creates membership dashboard pages (it does not create membership websites!!!!). Flexsqueze as far as I know creates sales pages and squeze pages.

    For adsense get a regular blog theme.
  • Profile picture of the author Slave
    I only use Optimizepress it's easy to use for squeeze pages and sales pages and comes with all sorts of buttons for headers with PSD that you can use photoshop to design yourself.

    Full video tutorials comes as standard here's what you get:


    OptimizePress Essential Viewing

    OptimizePress Basics Training

    Squeeze Page Setup Tutorials

    Sales Page Setup Tutorials

    Launch Setup Tutorials

    Membership Page Setup Tutorials

    Blog Setup Tutorials

    Video For Web
  • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
    Personally I would go for OptimizePress.
  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    I've been doing some research along these lines as well and it looks like optimizepress is going to be my choice.
  • Profile picture of the author FlyingSuccess
    Optimizepress baby!
  • Profile picture of the author DJ739
    Optimizepress gets my vote.
  • Profile picture of the author opt in
    Hi Andrew,

    OptimizePress delivers for me. It's going to help you create your site faster and more effectively.

    Try them both, they have a money back warranty.

    Cheers,

    David
  • Profile picture of the author TNTROCKS
    optimize press provides the framework for many different types of pages and funnels including squeeze pages. it also works with membership sites. far and away better than flexsqueeze
  • Profile picture of the author hpoint
    David,
    I am looking for a theme that will let me have a one page sales page, with additional pages - like a traditional blog page, etc. Do you know if either FlexSqeeze or OptimizePress allow that? Thank you, Jill
  • Profile picture of the author harrydog
    I use optimzepress and rate it highly. easy to set up pages and in conjunction with a membership script you can easily create sites quickly ( I use S2 member which is free for the membership element)
    the support is excellent and the training area is top notch.

    re your original question for what you want i,e, adsense sites there are specific themes out there for that and maybe optimizepress wouldn't fit the bill

    heres a couple of links (no affiliation)
    Adsense themes
    Link 1
    Link 2
    Link 3
    Review themes
    Link 1
    Link 2
  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    Originally Posted by hpoint View Post

    David,
    I am looking for a theme that will let me have a one page sales page, with additional pages - like a traditional blog page, etc. Do you know if either FlexSqeeze or OptimizePress allow that? Thank you, Jill
    Any theme can do that...
  • Profile picture of the author FordeBiz
    Does flextheme allow you to use different headers for different pages on a wordpress site? I am looking to have a unique header per page of my site.

    Thank you.
  • Profile picture of the author zzzmuzz
    Originally Posted by FordeBiz View Post

    Does flextheme allow you to use different headers for different pages on a wordpress site? I am looking to have a unique header per page of my site.

    Thank you.
    Yes it does. Flexsqueeze is powerful and with many many functions which might not be noticeable to the casual viewer. And, there is a new version coming out soon which I understand will be fully responsive. Great for non programmers like me so that the need to tweak code etc is just not needed.
  • Profile picture of the author TerriL
    As a happy owner of Optimize Press, I wish I could say the same for Optimize Press 2.0, the 'concept' was great... the new theme/plugin reliability, pricing, and layout... completely unstable! - I waited months to buy OP 2.0 and am highly disappointed!

    I actually was looking for reviews on Flex Squeeze as an alternative to OP 2.0.

    Honestly, I think the ONLY real solution is to create your own theme, unfortunately... I am not that qualified... but, the more I have to learn "How to fix" these premade themes, definitely getting closer, lol.
  • Profile picture of the author Sire
    I haven't tried Optimize but I am more than happy with Flexsqueeze.

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