Best email opt-in landing page client?

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Hi warriors!

I am with Aweber, do you know of any Aweber compatible landing page creation companies?

I want one of those landing pages that looks amazing, perhaps with a nice exotic sports car and that nice "50% completed" moving gif image etc.

Anyone know the best landing page creation sites for Aweber?
#client #email #landing #optin #page
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    instabuilder, wp profit builder, thrive themes, optimize press, unbounce, the list goes on search more on google

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  • Profile picture of the author jmosticc22
    Ucraft is a free landing page creator, not sure if it is compatible with Aweber though.
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    • Profile picture of the author AskiKaOwnzYou
      Not sure I liked the UCraft landing pages, it's not what I am after.

      I need a landing page generator with a nice sports car and like palm trees and the beach, with a 50% completed gif image and the opt-in form and it must look AMAZING!

      Does anyone have any viable alternative to ucraft?
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      • Profile picture of the author palmtreelife
        Just curious why you want your landing page to look "amazing"? Wouldn't it be better to keep it simple and get people to quickly do what you want them to do and focus on the value of your offer? The more distracted someone becomes with the extra fluff, the less likely they will do what you want them to do.
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    you could try kompozer

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    • Profile picture of the author AskiKaOwnzYou
      Checking out Kompozer now, just finished downloading, it seems it is a free static html creation suite, thank you so much AGM!

      What I am really after is a professional grade saas client online website that auto generates the landing page for you then asks you to insert the aweber source code and does everything for you.

      Does anyone know of any such websites that create the BEST opt-in pages you have ever seen?
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    My core business is monetizing purchased email data / real-time generated co-reg.

    When I do need an opt-in page, I always just hire someone from Upwork to create and later plug in the values needed for whichever autoresponder I'm using it with into the form.

    You can go into Aweber and build a simple HTML form for a list and then take the values for the fields and use them in your new opt-in form. I assume you could do the same in something you created through some builder/landing page creator.
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  • You can create your own sign up forms in Aweber, but you can try GetResponse if you want more beautiful landing page template.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    You can also go to fiverr. There are people with developer license for instabuilder, if you have a wordpress site they will install it for 5 bucks and most have an upgrade to get a few templates

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  • Profile picture of the author Pribeiro
    If you use wordpress in your site then you can use Thrive architect and thrive leads they will do everything you need.

    If you prefer an hosted solution then leadpages or clickfunnels will be a good fit.
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  • Profile picture of the author dburk
    Hi AskiKaOwnzYou,

    If you want "one of those landing pages that looks amazing",and you want "a free one", then look no further than a basic Wordpress site using the Astra theme and the Elementor plugin. All free, all top notch technology that is preferred by many professional agencies.

    Keep in mind that it isn't the landing page platform that generates superior performance. It is a clean design with a clear hierarchy that points to a single Call-To-Action, along with clear, compelling sales copy that will make or break your landing page's performance.

    The free version of Astra theme combined with the free version of Elementor will allow you to quickly build amazing fast and beautiful landing pages. There is an abundance of free page templates available and ample free Elementor Addons to create just about anything you can imagine. And when you decide to invest in the Pro versions your mind will be blown.

    Most Landing page platforms come with fully integrated features but are limited to just what that single developer could build. Elementor is open and extensible and has very few limitations. There are hundreds of developers from around the world building addons for the platform, so in only 18 months of development the platform has been embraced by thousands of agencies and millions of users. It's quite the phenomenon, I recommend you check it out.

    HTH,

    Don Burk
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  • There are two plugins which are free, and work together inside your wordpress dashboard to build landing pages.


    Those two are:
    1) Beaver builder (you ONLY need the free version, which is unbranded)
    2) Blank slate (creates a completely blank page free from headers, footers)


    Those two free plugins can be installed inside your wordpress dashboard.
    I give my students a free landing page, a free report they can put their own name on... and the tutorial on how to set it all up in less than 10 minutes.


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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    I don't know why it must be static. WP is the way to go but it seems you are unwilling or unable to pay for a solution so your options will be severely limited.
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    • Profile picture of the author AskiKaOwnzYou
      Actually, on the contrary, I will pay hundreds of dollars for a good landing page

      WordPress is for NEWBIES bro. It's for "content monkeys" who sit at their desk all day long typing their little fingers into "REPETITIVE STRESS INJURY".

      The way to go is in static html website and landing page development and paid advertising, not wordpress content blogs. That's for the newbies out there lol.

      That said I do have several wordpress blogs of my own
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      • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
        Originally Posted by AskiKaOwnzYou View Post

        Actually, on the contrary, I will pay hundreds of dollars for a good landing page

        WordPress is for NEWBIES bro. It's for "content monkeys" who sit at their desk all day long typing their little fingers into "REPETITIVE STRESS INJURY".

        The way to go is in static html website and landing page development and paid advertising, not wordpress content blogs. That's for the newbies out there lol.

        That said I do have several wordpress blogs of my own
        I'm a newbie or a blogger? You'd think that's something a guy would know. In a world that includes WP only a clueless newbie would use some "static HTML."

        Thanks for the chuckle!
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        • Profile picture of the author AskiKaOwnzYou
          Dude I make static html landing pages which takes me two days to create, I then pay money to google adwords to receive business service work to those websites. I then outsource the work to service agents on the ground and make hundreds of thousands of dollars per year for a few weeks setup work.

          Whereas a wordpress blog takes time to develop organic content and at best pays out a couple of thousand dollars per week after many years of hard content writing work.

          Tell me what's better, a wordpress blog that takes years to earn 100k per year if you're lucky or a 2 week landing page job that can earn you millions of dollars per year and set up your own companies?

          2 weeks of work for $1,000,000 per year or 2 years of work for 100k if you're lucky, do the math NEWBIE
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          • Profile picture of the author DABK
            Sorry, but you don't seem to understand all that can be done with wordpress.


            Yes, the code is bloated, but you can do what you do on wordpress.


            Originally Posted by AskiKaOwnzYou View Post

            Dude I make static html landing pages which takes me two days to create, I then pay money to google adwords to receive business service work to those websites. I then outsource the work to service agents on the ground and make hundreds of thousands of dollars per year for a few weeks setup work.

            Whereas a wordpress blog takes time to develop organic content and at best pays out a couple of thousand dollars per week after many years of hard content writing work.

            Tell me what's better, a wordpress blog that takes years to earn 100k per year if you're lucky or a 2 week landing page job that can earn you millions of dollars per year and set up your own companies?

            2 weeks of work for $1,000,000 per year or 2 years of work for 100k if you're lucky, do the math NEWBIE
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        Originally Posted by AskiKaOwnzYou View Post

        Actually, on the contrary, I will pay hundreds of dollars for a good landing page

        WordPress is for NEWBIES bro. It's for "content monkeys" who sit at their desk all day long typing their little fingers into "REPETITIVE STRESS INJURY".

        The way to go is in static html website and landing page development and paid advertising, not wordpress content blogs. That's for the newbies out there lol.

        That said I do have several wordpress blogs of my own
        Wordpress is for newbies? Surely you're joking. Wordpress powers a large percentage of the web. If you don't like it, that's fine, but get real man.
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelswengel
    OptimizePress is one of the best right now. It's what I use to create my pages. Their pricing is not terrible, and the system is very flexible.

    I know you want free... but be realistic here. You want a powerful tool for free. That's a tall order. Even if you find a free one, you'll find you will be severely limited in what you can do.
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    • Profile picture of the author AskiKaOwnzYou
      Checking OptimizePress now, seems good, not what I am after. I am after a dedicated landing page creation site, not a web page creation site.

      I want to create a landing page for my opt-in form, then pay some money and download my landing page opt-in Aweber form in static html.

      I used to know a few of these types of websites that created opt-in form landing pages however none of them are very good. I need a "best of breed" aweber landing page creation company, anyone?
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    • Profile picture of the author AskiKaOwnzYou
      Yeah, just checked out convertri, but they don't have any live examples of their landing pages to compare and see if they are good or not.

      I want to be able to find the landing page I am after then purchase if I find it.

      Convertri has a good website, however they are lacking examples of their landing pages and you only get 25 templates for $53 per month.

      However they donb't allow you to browse through the templates to see if you want to sign up.

      A bit weird if you ask me.

      Plus they bill annually, meaning I would have to spend $600 usd to get one shitty landing page, no thanks lol
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  • Profile picture of the author dburk
    Hi AskiKaOwnzYou,

    This is one strange thread.

    There are plenty of people that are genuinely trying to help you, yet regardless of what is suggested you seem to reject it out-of-hand because of a preconceived notion that professionals only use static HTML. While that may have been true 10 years or so ago, it is far from true today.

    Most professional agencies that do the precisely thing you say you want to do have fully embraced dynamic landing page platforms. The truth is that you cannot get all the benefits of the best-in-breed landing page platforms once you publish static HTML.

    You want to know the best-in-breed landing page platform, that's simple it's Instapage. However, as you might expect, it is also a very pricey platform. For agencies it starts at over $12,000.00 per year and must be paid for one year in advance. They have lower cost versions that can be used on up to a maximum of 50 pages.

    It's important to note that none of the top tier Landing page platforms, the ones used by serious professional agencies and large businesses utilize static HTML landers, that's just not done this day in age, not if you want scalability.

    Somehow I sense that you already know that "best-in-breed", and "free", are opposite ends of a spectrum. When you ask for one you are explicitly excluding the other. There is nothing in this market that is free that approaches best-in-breed status, nor is there anything that might be considered "best-in-breed" that approaches low cost, let alone free.

    Also, it is rare to find any type of SaaS solution that is not subscription based, and in this niche I have never heard of one that wasn't a pure piece of junkware.

    Because Landing pages typically are too critical of a component when it comes to advertising I wouldn't recommend skimping out on it. If your budget is big enough then go for Instapage, or Unbounce, forget about the Static HTML notion that is so 2002 type thinking.

    This thread feels a bit like we are talking to a time traveler that just arrived from the year 2002, or just awoke from a 15 year comma.

    If your budget is limited, and you have more time than money, you could easily get away with using Wordpress and a good page builder (i.e. Elementor). Wordpress was originally designed for bloggers, way.. way.. back in the beginning. It has evolved into so much more today. It is without a doubt the most extensible CMS on the planet at this particular time.

    Sure, Wordpress can be hacked just as any website in the world can be. There is no completely safe platform. It can also be hardened to a degree that makes it one of the toughest to hack platforms as well. You don't have to keep it open and hackable, you can modify it to your hearts content, including hardening all possible vectors for attack. You can strip out all the features you don't need you can lock it down, add security protocols, and add unlimited layers of security. (by the way, most advanced security protocols require dynamic, rather than static delivery of HTML documents).

    On another point, let me say that whatever you use to create a static HTML Landing page doesn't matter, because virtually any webpage can be saved as a static HTML page regardless of what tool was used to generate the HTML.

    Most CMS platforms, including Wordpress have features or plugins that will automatically save and serve your dynamically generated pages as static HTML. That is the basic function of a WP caching app, but you can go all the way to publishing and serving static pages with plugins like Simply Static, or WP2Static. There you have the best of both worlds, the ease and access of wonderful WP page builders that get published and served as static HTML pages with all it's benefits too.

    Is there more of a learning curve to use WP as your Landing Page builder tool? Yes. However it is without a doubt the most extensible tool you could possible use at this point in time. And it will produce exactly what you are looking for, Static HTML, while at the same time giving you all the benefits of an excellent CMS tool. I suspect you missed this capability because you may have dismissed it out-of-hand, perhaps due to unfamiliarity with the extensibility of the platform.

    If you don't care about extensibility, and just want "old school" style static "HTML only" landers you could simply use a decent HTML editor, and purchase low cost HTML templates off of Themeforest. Static pages are best built by hand coded editors. You can get the best of the latest designs yet stay firmly entrenched in 20th century technology for serving your landing pages, and it can be done with, or without a page builder platform.

    Finally, while on the subject of "old school" approaches, what what is with your everlasting embrace of Aweber?

    That is definitely not the tool of choice for the style of marketing you described in this thread. You need to step up to a full fledged marketing automation platform. You are severely limiting your success by staying on the dated Aweber platform that just hasn't kept of with modern marketing technology. I suggest you take a look at ActiveCampaign, or similar marketing automation platforms to see what you are sorely missing out on.

    HTH,

    Don Burk
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  • Profile picture of the author Monica8297
    I think you can create your own sign up forms in Aweber, but, You can try Get Response if you want more beautiful landing page template.
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    Thank You Guys, for sharing information.
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