Landing pages play a massive role in any online business. After all, it’s how you capture leads, payments, and sell products…
There are dozens of different landing page services, tools and plugins out there and each one of them will serve to a different type of business. In this article, we will review 3 landing page builder tools that we use in our multi-million dollar company and explain the pros and cons of each one to help you make an educated decision to what to use based on your business needs and goals.
In general, we use 3 different landing page builders in our business: Clickfunnels, Leadpages and Thrive Architect.
Each one of these pages does something better than the rest of them and that’s why we’re using them but at this point, we’re moving everything (slowly) to Thrive Architect, because it’s a standalone system (more on that in a minute).
So let’s talk about each one of these landing page builder tools in detail, but first watch the video below as I explain each and every single one of these tools in more detail: (in case if you’re not in the mood to read)
If you’re on a budget, Clickfunnels isn’t the best option for you, but it has many great features that are handy, especially if you’re selling your own products. Clickfunnels comes with a great editor and great looking pages, but the only downside is that there’s a limit to the number of funnels and pages you can create.
Leadpages was the first landing page tool I’ve ever used and it is known of it’s clean and elegant design. Pages load super quick and they look amazing. The price is affordable if you’re on a budget and also comes with almost every feature that you’ve seen on Clickfunnels, except a membership system and an affiliate system but overall, it’s a great tool if you can’t afford Clickfunnels.
Thrive Architect is a WordPress plugin and is one of the best landing page builders in the world. It requires a WordPress website but it can create beautiful and fast landing pages for your online business.
The good thing about Thrive Architect is the fact that you own your pages and tools but more importantly, it isn’t a monthly subscription.