I’m pretty impressed by the speed at which our product and engineering teams are adding new features to the drag-and-drop landing page builder these days.
In fact, lately they’ve been releasing new features almost faster than I can tell you about them. So before they get too much further ahead of me, let’s take a look at what’s new right now, as of early August 2016.
Read more “Drag & Drop Builder Update: Export Your Leads to a CSV File (and Try 3 Other New Features)”
Have you built a landing page lately?
If it’s been a few weeks since you logged into Leadpages (or if you haven’t used Leadpages yet at all), you might not know about all the new things we added in July.
These aren’t just nice little extras. Most of the new additions to Leadpages are features you’ve been asking for directly. Others are things that we developed to let you work faster and have more control over every page you publish in the drag-and-drop builder.
Read more “What’s New in the Drag & Drop Builder? 5 Super Helpful New Features You Can Use Right Away”
Transcript: Hey everybody, Jeff here with an update on our drag-and-drop builder. The new builder’s in early-access release, so let’s talk about what we’re doing to make it even better.
We have a few top priorities with the new builder. We’re hoping to release around 30 drag-and-drop templates within the next month. Some of these are brand new, and a few are existing templates that we’ve moved over from the Version 2 builder.
We’ve also just released an undo/redo feature. Right now, this only works with text, but we are looking to make it available for all stages of page development. (Note: To use text undo, simply hit command+Z; to redo, hit command+shift+Z.)
Further out, we’re looking to add integrations with ActiveCampaign, Ontraport, and WebinarJam.
Read more “Sneak Preview: What’s Coming Next in Leadpages’ Drag & Drop Builder (June 2016 Update)”
It feels a little weird to say this as a marketer, but … Leadpages might not be for you.
Really. There’s no “gotcha” moment waiting in the wings. (Leadpages might not be worth it for you … if you hate success and happiness.)
I just mean this: not every entrepreneur and every business is ready to start using Leadpages successfully right this minute.
Some may never be. Many others will find that signing up for Leadpages is well worth it—if they do a little reflection and preparation first.
Read more “Will Leadpages Be Worth It for Your Business? 5 Questions to Help You Decide”