Create Landing Pages Using WordPress

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Landing pages are used by marketers to capture leads (i.e. email addresses) or as a click through so that traffic is funneled to another page (these are known as squeeze pages). They can also be used to sell a product directly.

In the world of internet marketing, landing pages can be considered to be separate from the website they are hosted. They rarely use the same design as the website that sits in the root of the domain; and there is no navigation menu that links the landing page to the website home page, and vice versa.

An alternative meaning for a landing page is a page that has been set up to sell a product or service. This type of landing page is used at the front end of a website to promote digital products such as eBooks, apps, membership websites, and courses.

There are a number of ways in which you can use WordPress to create a landing page. Let us take a closer look at what solutions are available to you.

* Note that theme solutions are listed first, with plugin solutions listed afterwards. At the end, I have listed some good landing page creation services that can be integrated into WordPress 🙂

Use a Landing Page Template

Many WordPress themes include a blank page template. You can use this to quickly add landing pages to your WordPress website. Alternatively, you can create a landing page template yourself from scratch.

In Divi, for example, the template is named “Blank Page”. This presents you with a blank canvas in which you can create your landing page.

Select Blank Page Template

Selecting the “Blank Page” Template in Divi.

Creating a landing page using the blank page template is simple. You can use the Divi page builder to add a call to action for your offer. You can also add text, dividers, testimonials, images, maps, and more.

Background colors can also be easily changed and your final layout can be saved so that you can use it again with other landing pages. Once you get to grips with how it works, you will be able to create unique landing pages in just a few minutes.

Divi Landing Page

An example of a landing page created by Divi.

If your WordPress theme does not have a landing page template, you can always create one yourself. All you need to do is create a page template that does not display your header, sidebar, or footer. Check out my article “An Introduction To WordPress Page Templates” to see how you can create new page templates for your website.

Convertible (Included in Elegant Themes Membership)

Page templates can be used create landing pages using your existing WordPress theme. Alternatively, you can use a WordPress theme that was specifically developed to help you create landing pages.

As an Elegant Themes customer, you can download Convertible; a WordPress theme that lets you create unique landing pages using a drag and drop interface. You can use the theme to promote any products or services you are selling online.

Convertible Landing Page WordPress Theme

Convertible lets you create a landing page using a drag and drop interface.

Just Landed ($55)

Just Landed is a fantastic WordPress theme that can be used to create beautiful landing pages and sales pages. I know the template well as I use it to power the front page of Rise Forums.

The theme lets you choose unlimited color schemes and there are many variations of the home page layout available. An image, slider, or video, can be placed at the top of your home page.

It comes with custom widgets and has support for shortcodes and over 500 Google fonts. The theme also has native support for WooCommerce, Mailchimp, and Aweber. If you are looking for a stylish WordPress theme to sell a product or service, Just landed is a great choice.

Just Landed

Just Landed is a professional WordPress theme that can be used to generate leads or promote products and services.

Dragness ($35)

Dragness is a landing page WordPress theme that comes with a drag and drop page builder for creating pages. It also features a pricing table builder, a flexslider, and six color schemes.

The theme is responsive so looks great on tablets and smartphones. It can be used to sell a product or service. Email sign up forms can also be integrated into the design.


Dragness is a stylish landing page WordPress theme.

Permatex ($35)

Permatex is a flexible WordPress theme that was created for generating lead pages, squeeze pages, and landing pages. It includes two home page variations: A lead generation form and an iPad slider. A sliding gallery is also available and 11 Google fonts are included to make your copy jump off the page.

The design is also responsive, and with 12 color pickers available, you can create any color scheme you like.


Permatex displays a beautiful sign up form on the home page.

Flatone Sales and Marketing Landing Page ($35)

Flatone is a marketing template that places everything on one page. It features MailChimp integration, unlimited color schemes, over 600 fonts, and 369 image icons.

The theme also includes four header variations, a beautiful slider, and as it is responsive, the design looks good on any device.

Flatone Sales and Marketing Landing Page

Flatone is a stylish one page landing page template.

Kodax ($55)

Kodax is a beautiful full screen landing page WordPress theme that has been been optimized for tablets and mobiles. It features ten unique page templates, three blog layouts, and three different gallery styles. The theme is more suited for promoting products and services, than acquiring leads.


Kodax is a beautiful marketing theme that looks great on tablets.

Dilemma ($35)

Dilemma is a versatile marketing page that can be used to promote products and services. It features pricing tables, a newsletter subscription form for capturing leads, and a responsive design that looks great on tablets and mobiles.


Dilemma is a great theme for promoting an app, eBook, or membership website.

Landlr ($40)

Landlr is a professional landing page WordPress theme that displays everything on the home page. It comes with four color schemes, 249 image icons, and the Slider Revolution plugin. Pricing tables and testimonials are also available.

Sections can be organised by changing their order in the theme settings area. The theme is also responsive and has been optimized for search engines.

Landlr Landing Page WordPress Theme

Landlr is a beautiful landing page theme that looks great on tablets and mobiles.

Appster ($40)

Appster is a WordPress landing page theme that was designed for selling apps; however it can be used to promote any product or service. The responsive design has a one page layout and it includes 12 different sections for use on the home page. It has native support for MailChimp to help you acquire leads too.

Pages can be organised using a drag and drop page builder. The theme also includes 350 image icons, pricing and team member layouts, an intro slider, and unlimited color schemes.

Appster Landing Page Theme

Appster is a versatile WordPress theme with a clean professional design.

Idea Landing Page ($39)

Idea is a responsive landing page theme that comes with 16 color schemes, a home page swipe slider, and social icons in the header. The theme also has built in SEO functionality.

Idea Landing Page

A simple landing page WordPress theme that comes in many different colors.

MindLight ($49)

MindLight is a corporate style landing page WordPress theme that features parallax scrolling, built in SEO functionality, and a basic photo gallery. The theme is responsive and comes in five different color schemes.


MindLight is a professional landing page design that features a swipe slider on the home page.

Speeky ($49)

Speeky is a multi-purpose landing page design that can be used for promoting eBooks, apps, products, and more. The home page features a cool animated 3D book with a form to the right that asks visitors for their email address.

The color of the header changes every few seconds, and the general color scheme of the theme can be changed through the theme settings area. The theme also includes custom post types for pricing, testimonials, and eBooks.

 Speeky Landing Page WordPress Theme

Speeky is a bright and colorful landing page theme that boasts an animated 3D book.

Optimize Press ($97)

Optimize Press is a popular product that can be used to create sales pages, landing pages, membership websites, lead funnels, and more. It integrates with most major email marketing services and WordPress membership plugins.

Creating pages is easy as there are over 30 templates to choose from and over 40 elements. Pages can be edited directly on the page and all pages that are created are mobile friendly. What is really interesting is that Optimize Press comes in both WordPress theme and WordPress plugin formats.

The core license for Optimize Press retails at $97 and allows use on three websites. The license for ten websites retails for $197 and for unlimited websites the cost is $297. All licenses come with one year of free updates and support.

Optimize Press

Optimize Press is a popular landing page solution that allows you to create professional landing pages in minutes.

Impact (FREE)

Impact is a free template builder that can be used to create landing pages, sales pages, squeeze pages, and more. You create templates via the plugin’s template builder. Then you can apply that plugin to posts and pages.

I did not find the plugin to be as user friendly as other solutions, so it took me a while to get used to how the template builder worked. Thankfully, there are a number of pre-made templates available that will help you construct landing pages easily. And once you know how the template builder works, you should be able to develop your own unique landing pages.

Impact Page Builder

Impact Page Builder can be used to apply templates to any post or page.

Parallax Gravity (FREE / $14)

Parallax Gravity is a useful landing page creator that can be used to create beautiful pages. Each page is divided into sections. In each section, you can define a background image or color, font color, padding, and more. Your sales text and subscription forms can then be inserted via the post editor.

The pro version of the plugin retails at only $14. It features shortcodes for parallax animations, custom CSS support, and shortcodes for columns, titles and buttons.

Parallax Gravity - Landing Page Builder

Parallax Gravity is an easy to use page builder that can be downloaded free.

Launchpad (FREE)

Developed by Obox, Launchpad is a plugin that helps you collect email addresses before your website launches. It comes with five different modules: Countdown timer, video, secondary title and intro, email subscription form, and social media links. The order of these modules can be moved around using a drag and drop interface; however the layout is restricted to the modules provided.

The plugin makes it very easy to set everything up, with options for every part of your page. Eleven backgrounds and three themes are also provided. Custom CSS can be used too.

Launchpad by Obox

Launchpad can be used to collect email addresses before your website is launched.

Landing Pages (FREE)

Landing Pages is a fantastic plugin that lets you create and style beautiful landing pages. Pages can be created using a combination of the WordPress visual editor and an interface that lets you add forms, buttons, call to actions, social media shares, lists, and columns.

The plugin lets you create multiple variations of a landing page and then A/B test them to see which version performs best.

Landing Pages can be integrated with the free plugins WordPress Leads and WordPress Calls to Action to help you set up a lead generation system. A number of premium extensions are also available for the plugin that help you extend its functionality.

Landing Pages

Landing Pages lets you test the performance of your sales pages and landing pages.

WP Landing Pages (FREE)

WP Landing Pages is an easy to use plugin that comes with five pre-made landing page templates. Once you have chosen the template you want, you can modify the template by clicking directly on the area you want to change. For example, to change the description, simply click on the text on the template and a box will appear at the left hand side of the page to modify it.

WP Landing Pages

WP Landing Pages is a user friendly landing page template that comes with five pre-made templates.

WP Lead Plus Squeeze Page Creator (FREE / $47)

WP Lead Plus can be used to create landing pages and squeeze pages. Initially, I was baffled to how the plugin worked as it uses an interface that is far from intuitive (I actually thought the plugin was broken!). Once I followed the developer’s video tutorials, I was able to select templates and edit them to my liking. When you have edited a template and published it, the plugin will publish a page with your new landing page.

The free version of the plugin is fairly limited as it only contains three templates. The pro version retails at $47. It includes fifteen templates and support for widgets and popups.

WP Lead Plus

WP Lead Plus is not the most user friendly landing page plugin, however the templates on offer are good.

Think Landing Pages ($29)

Think Landing Pages is a premium WordPress plugin that can be used to create landing pages in minutes. It can also be used to create email opt-in pages, sales pages, contest pages, coming soon pages, and maintenance mode pages.

The plugin’s autoresponder form supports all major email marketing services, including Aweber, MailChimp, and GetResponse. A/B testing is supported too.

Several theme templates are packaged with the plugin, however they are very basic. They look like basic HTML templates from the 1990’s. Thankfully, you can modify styling, layouts, and more, directly through the “Create a Landing Page” page. Content can be added via the WordPress post editor too, therefore you are not limited to the templates they provide.

Think Landing Pages

Think Landing Pages is an easy to use landing pages plugin that features A/B split testing.

WP Landing Pages ($27)

WP Landing Pages is a WordPress plugin that lets you create those long sales pages that are common in internet marketing. It can be used to create sales pages, lead pages, squeeze pages, pay per click landing pages, joint venture promotions, and more.

The plugin comes packaged with 12 unique templates and shopping cart graphics (click here, buy now, etc). Whether you like long sales pages or not, there is no denying that they work. And WP Landing Pages simplifies the process of creating a landing page with long pieces of text.

WP Landing Pages

WP Landing Pages makes it easy to create a long sales page.

WP MOONlander ($13)

WP MOONlander is a professional counting down WordPress plugin that integrates a MailChimp subscription into the heart of the design. It displays a countdown until your launch date and displays links to your social media profiles. Your Twitter feed can also be integrated into the design.

WP MOONlander Landing Page WordPress Plugin

WP MOONlander is a responsive counting down and landing page plugin that prominently displays an email subscription form.

Radar Landing Page Plugin ($20)

Radar is a landing page WordPress plugin that can be used to create landing pages, coming soon pages, and maintenance mode pages. The design comes in light and dark color schemes and looks great on desktops, mobiles, and tablets.

It comes with an AJAX powered contact form and has support for MailChimp and Campaign Monitor. Updates for your latest blog posts and Twitter statuses can be displayed. A countdown clock can also be shown.

Radar Landing Page Plugin

Radar is a versatile landing page WordPress plugin that can be used in a number of ways.

Instabuilder ($47)

Instabuilder is a marketing WordPress plugin that can be used to create lead pages, squeeze pages, sales pages, and one time only offer pages. It features over 70 pre-made templates and many marketing graphics to help you promote your offer.

The plugin also includes shortcodes for styling content, time delayed content, social media sharing to unlock content, and a responsive design that looks good on any device. All major email marketing services are supported by the plugin and visitors can opt-in to your email list using their Facebook account.

A single license for Instabuilder retails at $47, while an unlimited license retails at $97. Both licenses come with lifetime updates and support.

MaxInbound ($49)

MaxInbound is one of the best landing page plugins available for WordPress. It comes with six pre-made templates: Two clickthrough templates, two lead generation templates, and two sales pages templates.

The options area allows you to modify every aspect of your landing page. This includes SEO details, background colors, the logo, headlines, the pitch, payment methods, and much more. Videos and call to action buttons can easily be inserted too. It supports most major email marketing services and popular contact form plugins such as Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms.

A single license retails at $49 and an unlimited license retails at $99. Both licenses come with one year of updates and support, and allow an unlimited number of landing pages to be created.

MaxInbound Landing Page Template

MaxInbound is a fantastic landing page plugin that lets you create professional landing pages in minutes.

ORBTR ($99 Per Month)

ORBTR is a complete automated marketing solution for WordPress. The plugin can be used for lead tracking, sales and conversions, auto responding, email blasts, landing pages, and more. It also has great support for the Zapier service and all major email marketing services.

Their full automation suite costs $99 per month. If you need help setting it up, they can set everything up for you and provide you with two hours of consultation and one hour of training for $450. A 14 day free trial is also available if you want to try their service out.

ORBTR WordPress Marketing Automation Plugin

ORBTR is a complete marketing solution for WordPress.

Marketer Plugin ($97)

Marketer Plugin can be used to create landing pages, sales pages, and squeeze pages. Pages can be created easily using a user friendly drag and drop interface. The plugin is geared towards creating the long sales pages that are common in internet marketing.

Over 800 graphical elements are available to you for creating your sales page. To help get you started, the plugin also comes with three sales page templates and three squeeze page templates.

A license for Marketer Plugin retails at $97 and comes packaged with a WordPress theme that is geared towards creating landing pages.

Marketer Plugin

Marketer Plugin helps you create long sales pages and landing pages.

KickoffLabs ($49 Per Month)

KickoffLabs is an email marketing and landing page service that allows you to create landing pages, coming soon pages, sales pages, squeeze pages, online forms, competition pages, lead generation pages, and much more. It integrates with MailChimp and AWeber and can send out autoresponder emails to new sign ups.

Pages are created on the KickoffLabs website, however your pages can be integrated into your website using their WordPress plugin. There are a huge amount of professional templates to choose from.

The cheapest plan for KickoffLabs retails at $29 per month and lets you create pages for one domain. Unfortunately, that plan does not let you integrate pages into a WordPress website. Their premium plan retails at $49 per month and increases usage to five domains. It lets you use integrate pages into your WordPress website and provides access to more templates. It also gives email and phone support and adds email marketing features. Their $99 per month business plan increases usage up to 20 domains.

KickoffLabs Landing Pages

KickoffLabs offers professional landing page designs that can be modified in seconds.

Wishpond ($19 per month)

Wishpond is a marketing service that can be used to create landing pages, contest pages, sales pages, advertisements, and email campaigns. They have a wide range of professional landing pages available for selection.

Their WordPress plugin allows you to easily integrate the landing pages you create with their service, onto your website.

The cheapest plan for Wishpond retails at $19 per month (billed annually, just to be sneaky!). Other plans are available with more features at $37, $44, and $97 per month. A 14 day free trial is available for all plans.

Wishpond Marketing

Wishpond’s marketing service has lots of landing pages available.

Unbounce ($49 Per Month)

Unbounce is a professional marketing service that lets you build, publish, and split test landing pages. It offers over 80 professional CSS3 landing page templates. Templates can be modified using a drag and drop WYSIWYG page builder. Retail time analytics are provided and there is integration support for many popular email marketing and internet marketing services.

Unbounce is not a WordPress plugin, however it can be integrated into WordPress using an iframe.

The starter plan for Unbounce retails at $49 per month and allows up to 5,000 unique visitors per month. Their pro plan retails at $99 per month and allows 25,000 unique visitors per month. It has many features over the starter plan, such as brandable lead notifications, integrations with other services, and support for additional users. A plan is also available at $199 per month that allows up to 100,000 unique visitors per month. All plans permit unlimited landing pages and A/B split testing.

Unbounce Landing Pages

Unbounce is a professional landing page service that offers over 80 landing page templates.

LeadPages ($37 Per Month)

LeadPages is a professional lead generation platform that lets you create and publish professional landing pages in just a few minutes. Over 70 mobile friendly landing page templates are available. Once you have created your landing page on their website, you can export it to Facebook, or to your WordPress website.

Their service works with every major email marketing service and features A/B split testing, up to date analytics, and support for custom fields.

Their standard plan retails at $37 per month, however this plan lacks A/B split testing, custom landing page templates, and their LeadLink feature which allows people to subscribe to your email list or webinar with a single click. Their pro plan, at $67 per month, has all these features. Their enterprise plan costs $97 per month and offers a coaching program and live phone support.

LeadPages Landing Page Generator

LeadPages is one of the best landing page generator services available online.

Final Thoughts

WordPress is a popular platform among marketers due to its flexibility. As we have seen, there are a number of free and premium landing page solutions available; from simple page templates with sign up forms to complex sales pages with high quality images.

A plugin is the best solution if you would like to add landing pages through an existing WordPress installation. If you are looking to promote a product or service on the root of a domain, you may want to look at one of the many great landing page WordPress themes that are available.

I hope you have found this list of landing page themes, plugins, and services, useful. If I have missed out any good solutions, please feel free to share them in the comment area below 🙂

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  1. I love these landing page template, they are beautiful. Thanks!

  2. This is a great post! I am wondering … can you send subscribers to a specific thank you page using the Divi 2 landing pages … it does not have an optional url to direct them too after they opt-in. I know we can set this up inside of Aweber but if you want to use more than one landing page and thank you page for the same list with different campaigns … you don’t seem to be able to do this … is there a plug in that allows you to build a beautiful landing page inside Divi 2 then send them to a thank you page on you domain after they’ve opted in?
    Thanks in advance to anyone that can answer this! 🙂

  3. is a little odd. They have lots of pages where they claim to offer free templates if you optin, but never deliver the templates – as far as I can tell. I tried 3 times and instead got training about an ethical bribe tutorial they claimed I signed up for. I would think that conversion specialists would have figured out that not providing what’s signed up for isn’t a great way to build trust.

  4. Just try Qards. It’s more easiest way to make a perfect landing page. It’s based on WordPress so you have all of those plugins for SEO optimization, sharing and other tools. It’s the really good platform to make it.

  5. Does Divi 2.0 integrate with Aweber, Mailchimp or Getresponse?

  6. This is really helpful. I recently ought Optimize Press but it is not compatible with Elegant Themes so I had to return it It might be useful for you to know that. It stopped the menu from working on mobiles. It appears to be a known problem as ET was listed on the Optimize Press website as incompatible.

    • Very helpful to know, Sarah! Thanks for posting this info. I had been hoping to use Divi with Optimize Press and wasn’t sure if it was compatible yet (she says hopefully).

  7. I really appreciate your post, great ! unbounce is the best for me, based on your brief explanation. But the price is too expensive. I need to explore again to find the best landing page theme for me. Thank you very much

  8. Hi guys,

    I see that you listed OptimizePress – and have to agree that it’s a pretty cool landing page building tool.

    However, a client of mine is using the Divi theme and OptimizePress and the two of them seem to be having compatibility issues which causes parts of the live editor of OptimizePress to fail.

    Has anyone managed to resolve the Divi / OptimizePress issues?

    • I have exactly the same issues. I would LOVE to know if anyone finds an answer to this… I’m using Divi and have just switched from LeadPages to OptimizePress, I cannot get the LiveEditor to work and it’s driving me loopy!

  9. Great Post:

    I know wordpress can gather emails, via contact forms, and put them into a database etc, but, When setting up these landing pages, which ones offer the ability to double-opt in, and then also a subsequent unsubscribe link?

    And do any of them link straight to a mailing list or messaging system?

    Or, do we need to link the sign up form to a 3rd party such as aweber, get response, mailchimp etc ?

  10. I was searching a helpful resource of creating a landing page with wordpress, and I landed here and really liked this post . I had created several static html landing page design but not wordpress.

  11. After trying out a great many landing pages to launch sites, my all-time favorite, and my go-to launch theme is

    LaunchEffect is a free download and you can use it on multiple sites. The premium version is $35 for a single site and $65 for unlimited sites. I bought the premium version and it is the second best investment I’ve made in purchasing themes. ElegantThemes is still the best investment.

  12. Thanks, good post

  13. Another option without having to pay out extra for other landing page themes is to install WordPress in a sub folder or sub domain and install Divi, or use the Elegant Page Builder with any Elegant Themes Theme you choose.

  14. I am unable to access the Instabuilder website and I am unable to find it in a PlugIn search, is it still operational?

    • The Instabuilder link in this post is working now. Maybe the site was down temporarily.

  15. Kevin – Thanks SO much for this helpful list. You always seem to read my mind as to what WP-related tool I might need next! I was just thinking what to use to create a landing page – and then as if by magic, this was your next post! Now I have more choices for a landing page creator than I know what to do with (this is a good problem to have, trust me :)).

  16. Kevin,

    Thanks for creating this resource and including Think Landing Pages.

  17. Wow, Kevin. That’s an almighty list you’ve put together. Very useful information as usual. Thank you for sharing.

  18. Thanks Kevin for a good summary of options!

    Landing pages are definitely the way to go when you have a specific objective in mind, and it’s particularly important when running online advertising or marketing campaigns.

    Just over a year ago I actually started my own business to help businesses create more leads through landing pages, and we swear to Unbounce. It is super flexible, rock solid and manages your A/B testing.

    For our website we use Divi – and can’t praise it enough!

    A high performing landing page usually consists of some key elements, and they all work together to reduce friction and gain trust, and ultimately get your conversion:

    – Headline stating your value proposition
    – Hero image to support your message
    – Benefits (not features)
    – A form that is easy to fill out
    – A clear call to action
    – Trust indicators

    Patrick raised the point of A/B testing (also know as split testing).

    You can create ‘the perfect’ landing page using the above as your blueprint, but not until you A/B test the messaging and various elements on the page will you know that you have a high performing landing page. In other words – getting a landing page is 50% of the job – A/B testing is the other 50%.

    If you want more tips on how to increase conversion rates using landing pages – feel free to sign up for my free tips (no strings attached!):

    ›› ‹‹

    The landing page is created with Unbounce and running an A/B test of course.

    There are some good templates for Unbounce at Themeforst, and I have created one that you can find here

  19. Great post kevin !!! Amazing list bust I likely most Divi Thanks to ET Team 🙂

  20. I am using DIVI to create landing pages and because of it Drag and Drop Feature its very easy to create the pages as well. But I didn’t even know that these many types of free plugins are available to create landing pages. Thanks for the info Kevin.

  21. Extensive list here Kevin…. and a few I hadn’t heard of…. My personal favourite is Divi. Have been recommending Divi to my clients and they love it.


    Sandy 🙂

  22. Convertible is NOT responsive, so how can you say it makes a great landing page???

    • If your landing page is receiving a lot of mobile traffic, you can use Divi to create your landing page instead.

      • Yeah I know Nick, I just don’t understand how anyone can recommend a non-responsive theme these days?

  23. Hey Guys,

    I was hoping that with Divi I could design a page similar to Permatex.

    One draw back with Divi is that we don’t have the ability to add fields to the contact form. Service orientated businesses need to be able to capture more fields than what is currently available in the contact form.

    Name, email address and message aren’t enough fields for most businesses that want to use a contact form.

    Can we please get the ability add fields to the contact form module. Two fields that I would need before I can use the Divi contact form are phone number and business name. It would be awesome if there was a way that we could click on a + to add a field and name it what we want.

    I know that we can use plugins such as contact form 7, but they look horrible compared to the Divi built in contact form.

    Hopefully the awesome team at Elegant Themes can come up with something that will allow us to do this.



    • Hi Shane, what I did was to use the WordPress plugin Contact Form 7 and style this using the CSS from the Divi theme which let me use all sorts of fields and have the beauty of Divi 🙂

    • Thumbs up for that post.

    • I agree! There also should be an ability to control fields listed for the “subscribe” form too!

    • +1! Maybe there should be another release of contact form module with some robust fields features for Divi 😀

      Thank you Kevin , we are I glorious days and this premium tips will definitely help to achieve our online goals with WordPress.

  24. Thanks! Nice list…. I started skimming after Divi. 🙂 The others look good, though.

    Another topic to consider in future blog is the construction of a landing page. What elements to include & not to include. Best place for call to action, colors & text that work best for submit buttons. Should you have a link to your main site or just sell one thing on one page? I know it varies based on item or service being sold, but I assume there are some basics that should be followed?

    A divi landing page build and template would also be nice.


  25. Thanks again for a great post, Kevin! I’ve used some great templates from HTML5up , but that’s not WordPress. Since I’m stuck with Divi now, I’ll give it a try!

  26. Not only is this a great list of landing page resources, I found it to be a great list of landing page inspiration. Thanks again Kevin!

  27. A lot of choices but what I’m looking for is a plugin of some kind that would land visitors on our company’s logo where underneath you can either click French or English and be directed to the English or French version of our website. I plan to build the whole thing on the Divi theme. I would really appreciate the feedback on this. And as for the Instabuliedr pluggin that is a pretty amazing plugin for webmarketing.

  28. Great post Mr. Kevin, thanks!

    Just few days ago I was asking which plugin to use for A/B testing (

    So, in the meantime I did my homework and I ended up with Divi 1 with Simple Page Tester plugin. Well, for now. I’m looking forward to use Divi 2… maybe with Optimizely?

    Could you, or anyone from dear readers, share with us which plugin or service do you suggest to use, please?

  29. OptimizePress 2.0 support site lists Elegant Themes as incompatible with OP. Has this problem been solved?

    • Hi There!

      This is awesome. Thanks.

      But, I had the same question as Emlev.

      Has the OP 2.0 incompatibility been resolved?

  30. Great list, thanks for sharing.

    How about the new Rainmaker?

    Has anyone tried it?

    • The rainmaker platform seems to be awesome!
      it has all the features for a complete media platform.
      it’s expensive tho!
      thanks for this list guys.

      – Ismail


    Go Divi Go

  32. I was thinking of trying wishpond to create a facebook contest for a client. Have you had any experience with it or know of anyone having success with it? I’d also like to hear from anyone else regarding this as well.

    This list is awesome. There are a bunch of thing here, especially optimize press that strike my fancy. If there were only more hours in the day I might have time to mess around with it!

    Thanks for another great resource, Kevin.

  33. Nice list of landing page resources.

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