[Download] Free About Me Style Landing Page Template

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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.

Hey, this is Jeff Wenberg from LeadPages. We’ve been really inspired by these beautiful About Me LeadPages from Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, Kevin Rose, Veronica Belmont and a lot of other people. Now the About Me Page is often overlooked as a powerful marketing tool. It offers potential and existing customers and opportunity to get to know the person behind the product or company. A lot of times, this will be one of the more popular pages on a site because after being intrigued by a product or service, people have a tendency to want to know more about the person or company selling the product or service before they actually buy, sort of putting a name to the face so it’s not like they’re buying from some unknown entity that’s going to rip them off. This page let’s them start building a connection with you which always increases things like engagement, sales, conversion, etcetera.

An About Me Page should contain brief snippets of things like who you are, your story, your business history, what interest you, or what passions you have, and things like that. These are things people want to know in connecting with other people. It helps to add that human element to your product or service. We wanted to provide this ability for you to create this kind of beautiful About Me Pages that you can link to from things like your Twitter profile, Facebook, LinkedIn, or you know, your company’s website. This template is now available inside of LeadPages. It’s clean and beautifully designed and it’s also mobile responsive so it’ll resize depending on the screen size that you have. You can also disable or enable whatever sections or elements you want to show or hide. If you’re not a LeadPages customer, you will need to be a coder or hire a coder to make the downloadable template below work. You’ll need to download the HTML and CSS files, and modify them with your coding skills, integrate it with WordPress, Facebook and so on, and then get your landing page code you’ve generated and publish the page.

If you’re a LeadPages customer, here’s how easy it is to customize this template. Inside LeadPages, find the About Me Page template and click on Use This Template. You can change the text, link and button colors here to match your brand. Change the font if you like as well. Of course, you want to change out the background image of Bigfoot to one of yourself, then you can change the name to your name, you can update your location and your employment or employment status. Here, you can link to your social media accounts and any other pages you’d like to, and if you don’t want to show the links or social icons, you can just hide them. To change any text, just click on it and enter the text you’d like. Also, here on the bottom, you can link this button to maybe a product you’re currently offering or the more information about your company. Once you’re done customizing, click on Save to My Pages, name the page, then with the click of a button, you can publish this page through our servers, publish it to WordPress, publish it to Facebook as a Facebook tab, or finally, you can download the file and put it on your own server. This template is immediately available for LeadPages customers inside of LeadPages. If you’re not a LeadPages customer, you can easily become one by checking out the link below. I’m Jeff Wenberg. Have a great day.

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  • Melanie Richards

    This is great, I was actually going to custom design a page like this one.

  • Robin Ebanks

    Will it show without the website menu bar like many of the Lead Pages available? Or is there a way to do it with the menu bar showing? This is my preference for the “About Me” page. Please advise how I can do this.

  • Kevin L. Wiens

    Clay, You are a “Master of Marketing”
    I truly love the way you are Promoting LEAD PAGES!
    I a Watcher I study how the “PROS” and Rising Stars are doing it..
    Success Leaves Clues! and your are Doing it Right..Clay

  • Nice work Clay, not only are you building a great product but you are continuing to inspire!

  • Dean Mignola

    Sooo… I’m curious how you would use this with your blog and still have navigation to the other pages. I sure wish you guys offered a simple (but awesome) blog template to pull all this stuff together. It would save me $1K that I’m about to pay a web designer. Yes, I know what you already offer is totally awesome and I’m being needy. : )

  • Thanks guys, nice work!
    Where do we add the code rel=me for Google Authorship if we plan to host this on our blogs?

  • Elizabeth Thomas, MS

    OK I’m happy because I see this one. What happens to the other pages, say the one you blogged about, I believe with like a finger pointing to the form. It’s not inside leadpages, so I get confused! Love you guys, from across the river 😉

  • Daniel

    “Has Clay got a cold?… Oh wait, it is a completely different person!”

    My bad!

  • Eva

    Is Lou’s face supposed to be covered by the text? The text boxes end just before his right ear. Maybe it’s arty and I’m just not getting it.

  • You just keep getting better and better. I hope you get answer from Support about GR360 API Key integration issues.

  • Roman Bourquin

    Cool New Page!

  • This is exactly the product I wanted to create for WordPress. Oh well. I’ll just have to become an affiliate

  • Johnn Four

    Great template. I might use Big Foot as my pic – it would be an upgrade. 🙂

    One of my top converting pages for my newsletter optins is my About page.

    Any chance you can include an optin form in this template?

  • Matthew Frost

    I like this page but like Dean, I’m not sure how it is best implemented into a functional website. I’ve checked out the Lou Bortone example, and he is using the About Me page is the site’s home page, with 3 links back to the same page, which seems a bit odd. It also seems to conflict with advice about using opt-in bribes as a welcome gate or landing page. So how exactly are you recommending this is used? Thanks guys and keep up the great work 🙂

  • Tony

    Awesome. Thanks for this template. I’ve also released a lot of lead page templates for download. Check them out at http://www.leadpagelabs.com/ Thanks again for your template. TTYS