Landing page templates for a tight budget and overworked staff
Landing pages can be the bane of some people’s existence. If you don’t have a template built into your content management system, it can be even worse. If you need different landing page templates for different products, your to-do list gets longer and longer.
If you don’t want to design your own landing page templates, are low on resources, or are simply looking for design ideas, here are a few places online where you can window shop.
ThemeForest.com mainly focuses on WordPress themes for businesses, but they also have a very decent collection of landing page templates. They range in price from a cheap $8-10 and include all graphics, stylesheets and HTML necessary to launch the page. In many cases, you’ll need only a junior web designer to edit the templates.
UnBounce is a new and deadly simple platform for testing landing pages. Plans range from $25-$500 a month and give you dozens of best-practice landing pages to build within their site. From there, they can facilitate A/B tests so that you can be as hands-off as you want.
These landing page templates, while basic, are free for you to download as a .zip file. They are only good if you’re using them on unique WordPress blogs, because they are themes. They also offer more landing page downloads like 5 Free Video Landing Pages.
I’ve seen CSSLandingPages mentioned several times on several different blogs. For $19, they’ll give you 12 different themes that you can use, which include all graphics, code and different templates for opt-in boxes as well. They’re not pretty, but they’re very straight-forward and set you up to load the page with amazing copy.
Now that we’ve laid out a few templates for you, do you know which one would work best for your product or service? Download our free 12 Master Landing Page Templates white paper to find out!