[Download] 100+ Call-to-Action Buttons to Use on Your Landing Pages

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If you have LeadPages™, you don’t need to download this template – it’s already available to you inside your LeadPages account. Just log in and you’ll see how super easy it is to customize this page in seconds with no technical knowledge or skills, make it mobile responsive, integrate it with your email service provider or CRM, run A/B split tests, and publish it to Facebook, WordPress, or your own server.

LeadBoxes® are one of the easiest ways to increase leads on your web pages. LeadBoxes® are pop-up forms that appear when something is clicked, like a link or an image. These LeadBoxes® are integrated with your email service provider, so all of the information you collect is added to your ESP so you can build your contact list and drive your email marketing.

There are a lot of situations where LeadBoxes® are extremely effective. You can use a LeadBox™ to sign someone up for your email newsletter. You could use a LeadBox™ to let someone download a free report in exchange for their email address, of you could even use LeadBoxes® to register someone for a webinar.

The best part is: LeadBoxes® have really high conversion rates. In fact, we’ve found typically users see a relative 30% increase in conversion by using a LeadBox instead of an opt-in form right on the page.

While LeadBoxes® themselves tend to convert really well, the method you use to make a LeadBox™ open can have a massive impact on your conversion rate.

Take a look at this: Here are two methods for triggering a LeadBox. Either a plain text hyperlink, or a well-designed button. Which do you think is more effective in getting people to click?

We’ve found from our customers and from the LeadBoxes® we use in our business that well-designed buttons with enticing colors and attention-grabbing copy dramatically increased the likelihood that someone will click and then opt in.

However, a lot of us are not graphic designers, and creating custom buttons can be difficult.

To ease this pain and help you get more people clicking your link, we’ve made several different call-to-action buttons for you to use. These buttons were created by our expert graphic designers based off trends our split test analysts have found to be successful. These buttons are a culmination of researching what colors, copy, and layouts typically convert well. And they’re super-simple to use with LeadBoxes®.

  1. Just select “Create New LeadBox™,” then choose which email service provider you’d like to use and which list you’d like to add people to.
  2. Next, decide which form fields you’d like people to fill out, such as name, email, radio buttons and drop-downs, then type in the new headline and change the images to match your brand.
  3. Finally, name your LeadBox™ and save your LeadBox™.
  4. Once you hit “Publish,” you can publish the LeadBox™ in several ways. To use one of our new buttons, click the image tab and then upload one of the new images.
  5. Now, take the HTML code provided and paste it into your website wherever you’d like the button to appear.

When you view your website, you’ll see the new button is there, and by clicking on it, you’ll seamlessly trigger a LeadBox™. It’s that easy.

If you’d like to use these fantastic new buttons on your webpages, click the button below to download them. If you’re not a LeadPages® customer and you’re interested in using LeadBoxes®, plus all of our other conversion tools, then click on the button below the video. If you’re unsure which plan to go with, we recommend the Pro annual plan, as it comes with the majority of the features we have, plus split testing your LeadPages® and LeadBoxes®, and it’s 40% less than paying monthly.

All of our plans come with a 30-day guarantee, so join us at the Pro level today.

  • Could I embed the html button code into a MailChimp email directly? (I’d be redirecting to a URL, not a pop-up). I’d love to test out a CTA button inside an email itself, rather than a text link.

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Hey there, yes you could do that. I’d definitely give it a shot and see how it effects things. Also keep us posted of your results!

  • Maggie Percy

    Thanks so much! What a great gift! Can’t wait to use them.

    • Jeff Wenberg

      Hey Maggie! Thanks. Let us know how everything works out.

  • Thanks Jeff, It really great CTA button!

    • Jeff Wenberg

      You got it!

  • Delane

    Thank you. Any chance of getting a PSD for each template so we can change the text easier? More importantly, can I remove the dotted lines (link???) from underneath the box I created:


    I am pleasantly surprised at all you do here at LeadPages and your support is beyond fantastic!


    • Delane

      After thinking about this, I don’t think this is a LeadPages issue…it’s probably CSS with my WordPress theme (since it’s the same “link” underneath the other “Corporate Headshots & Business Portraits” words.

      • Jeff Wenberg

        Delane, sorry you’re having problems with the template. Glad to hear it sounds like you’ve got it figured out!