Create landing/squeeze pages without wordpress

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Hi all

Does anyone has "toolsets" that would create landing/squeeze pages without wordpress? This needs to be self-hosted ...

- no to wordpress (optimizepress etc.)
- no to a web service (unbounce, leadpages, instapage etc.)

I guess I am asking for a drag-and-drop landing/squeeze page builder that would allow one to export the result into html(html5) for uploading to your own webhost. Yes, definitely a paid option in this respect.

Any ideas?
#create #landing or squeeze #pages #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author kayfrank
    Just create your own using a free HTML editor (Kompozer or Nvu). Feel free to open up my squeeze page below in an editor and use it as a template if that helps.

    Once edited just upload the HTML file to your hosting account.
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    • Profile picture of the author pintara3
      Originally Posted by kayfrank View Post

      Just create your own using a free HTML editor (Kompozer or Nvu). Feel free to open up my squeeze page below in an editor and use it as a template if that helps.

      Once edited just upload the HTML file to your hosting account.
      Thats a nice offer Kay. People don't realize how easy it can be
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Szalok
    NVU rocks, I'm using it quite frequently (for my thankyou/download/bonus pages), however, I'm not using for creating my squeeze page. If you know html and css, Notepad is the only software you need
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    • Profile picture of the author PLR Basket
      Originally Posted by Daniel Szalok View Post

      NVU rocks, I'm using it quite frequently (for my thankyou/download/bonus pages), however, I'm not using for creating my squeeze page. If you know html and css, Notepad is the only software you need
      I second that. People often don't realize how simple html is, especially squeeze pages. All you need is a good template, notepad and fill in the blanks.

      A nice tutorial using NVU:

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      • Profile picture of the author thankgod
        Whoa - looks like NVU is the tool of choice ... I'll check it out. Many thanks Warriors!
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I'm thinking you will need a website builder. There are a ton of them online. I personally only have experience with yahoo sitebuilder, and site solution.
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