A Guide to Landing Page Builders
We talked to 467 real users of landing page builders and discovered that choosing a landing page builder is all about fit. There is no best in class— instead you’ll want to find one that fits your needs.
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Wordpress online. Tons of features.93%
A bit pricy but easy to use.90%
Wordpress only. Sold as a one-time license.90%
For building full marketing funnels.88%
Easy to use. Many 3rd party integrations.87%
Landing pages designed for growing email lists.79%
Considered the dominant landing page builder.75%
Users suggest it's no longer being maintained.73%
Full marketing platform. Some bug issues.65%
About this Guide
Wise Buyer publish in-depth guides to software (all our guides). We take inspiration from companies such as The Wirecutter. If you'd like to hear when we publish new guides, you can join our newsletter.
While the research for our buyer guides is a team effort, Steve Benjamins writes the guides. Steve founded Wise Buyer in late 2016. He’s also the founder of Site Builder Report— where he writes in-depth reviews of website and store builders. In the evenings he also makes music which you can listen to here.
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How we calculate customer satisfaction
Customer satisfaction is the percentage of users that we talked to that recommended the product. We talk to a minimum of 30 users / company in order to calculate the customer satisfaction. (If we're not able to find 30 users, we don't include the company in our guide.)
When was this guide published?
This guide was published Dec 12 2016.