Create Landing Pages with GetResponse [SNEAK PEEK]

Great news coming soon in GetResponse! We’re putting the final touches on an exciting new tool to complement your email marketing and help make it more effective —in a much easier way. Get ready for the brand-new Landing Page Creator!

 

 

The good-old landing page (or squeeze page) — an essential companion for your email. Even the greatest, most creative newsletter, with the most compelling CTA, won’t have the desired effect if it leads to a page that doesn’t live up to the promise you made in your email. The landing page is where the most important decision is made: to buy or not to buy.

So, there’s no question that a good landing page is a must-have component of your email campaign.

 

New Service Coming Soon

But what if you don’t know how to create one? Or don’t have the necessary skills? Or you have no one to help you? Well, you have GetResponse. ;)

We’re about to launch a completely new service that enables you to create landing pages to go with your emails AND track their results, all inside GetResponse.

 

About Landing Page Creator

The new Landing Page Creator lets you choose a customizable template and use the drag ‘n’ drop editor to quickly create a web page with an automatically integrated sign-up form and a dedicated url address.

And it’s not just for creating dedicated pages to go with your email offers; you can use it to create landing pages for other purposes too, such as squeeze pages for display-ad campaigns.

 

More to Follow

Sound like something you can’t wait to get your hands on? Give us a few more weeks and stay tuned for more news and tips on creating effective landing pages.

What do you say?

  • http://www.facebook.com/Jamiestenhouse Jamie Stenhouse

    Can’t wait for this to drop! Hurry up!

  • Dewane Mutunga

    This is a game changer. You guys are really raising the bar and I’m glad to have you all on my side. This is going to be so dope. Talk about keeping everything cohesive…

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    We’ll do our best! ;)

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Thanks Dewane!

  • http://www.facebook.com/joey.mantes.9 Joey Mantes

    thank you guys for doing this!

  • http://www.facebook.com/licciar Francesco Licciardello

    love it!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/WebMastertools Jessica Ebert

    THIS is REALLY cool!

  • http://www.jesusmeca.net Jesús Meca

    Awesome guys, you’re great.

  • Alex Barboza

    Great news. This will be a game changer for me. Thanks GetResponse

  • Brandon

    Sounds really great! I do have a few questions that I’m hoping you can answer…Is this service going to be included or as an add on/upsell? Once we create the squeeze page inside the GR Editor will we just copy and paste the HTML code onto our desired page? I’m curious how it will integrate with WordPress since that’s the platform most people use?

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Hi Brandon, it is going to be an add-on, but we’re still figuring out the model, so stay tuned for more news soon. As for the WordPress integration, could you specify what you mean exactly? Thanks!

  • Brandon

    Hi Karolina, in your post you mentioned that the Squeeze Generator will allow us to create stand-alone squeeze pages. I was wanting to know how the new squeeze page will be applied/uploaded to my WordPress site?

    Will we create a new squeeze page inside GetResponse and then copy the html code onto the new page inside our WordPress back office? Basically, how will we get the newly created squeeze page from GetResponse to our website?

    Also, will the newly created squeeze page override all of the page elements? That way, we can create a special page on our site that doesn’t look like the other pages. Less distractions = More opt-ins : )

    Thanks for the additional insight!
    BD

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Hi Brandon, for the moment these are meant to be stand-alone pages hosted inside GetResponse so you won’t be uploading them to sites but rather linking to them from various places around the web (such as banner ads, for example). But we’re also considering the option to copy-paste code, no details here yet, though, that I can give. But will let you know as soon as I know anything. :)

  • Brandon

    Ohhh…I was under the impression that it would allow us to upload the HTML code to a custom squeeze page we created inside my WordPress.org site. That way we could use the Squeeze Generator to create custom squeeze pages for our sites. That WOULD BE a game changer.

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Sorry for the confusion, the squeeze page will be created in the new GetResponse page creator, so this all will happen inside your GetResponse account. But we’re still considering other options as well so I’m sure the product will be evolving.

  • Brandon

    It’s ok. I am in the process of launching a new training site and was going to advise my members to use GetResponse to setup their squeeze pages, but if it doesn’t allow for us to create a squeeze page on our own site I’ll have to stick with a premium squeeze page plugin.

    I know you said it could evolve as it’s still in the construction phase and I hope it does. I may hold off for another couple weeks to see if that feature is included once it launches.

    I don’t want to advise members to purchase something they may not need. I’m really, really, really hoping GR launches this new tool soon with the ability to integrate with self-hosted WordPress sites.

    Can you squeeze a “ball park” ETA out of the design team? : )

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Will see what I can do. ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/matteo.spigolon Matteo Spigolon

    There will be the chance to set a custom domain as in Unbounce? Will be a paid service or included in getresponse subscription?

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Hi Matteo, you’ll be able to use a custom domain and it will be an add-on, but we have a bit of our surprise this week so stay tuned for more info! ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002200501482 Hadur Travels

    great idea guys

  • jock

    how to we make the text block smaller – narrow not wide

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Hi Jock, you can change the size of blocks by simply dragging the side of the block.

  • Paul Nulty

    This is great I am trying it out now, is it possibe to add video to the page?

  • Karolina Kurcwald

    Hi Paul, not at the moment, but there’ll be some updates soon, so stay tuned.

  • RonH

    Is there a work around on this? I also want to use video on landing pages.

  • Kasia Pietka

    Hi Ron, our Landing Page Creator does not support the video feature yet. However, you can include a link that will redirect your user to a video directory.

  • Ron Majette

    I would like to add my own custom Thank You – page when people opt in but I dont see this option?

  • KatarzynaPietka

    Hi, Cori – yes, it’s possible to publish landing pages on your Facebook fanpage. To find out more, take look at the manual: http://support.getresponse.com/uploads/2012/12/LandingPageCreatorNEW2.pdf . If you have any other questions, please contact us via support.getresponse.com .

  • David Hebert

    “I would like to add my own custom Thank You – page when people opt in but I dont see this option?” I see this had not been addressed . There is no sence in having a squeeze page if you cannot direct the prospect where you want them. Tried for way to long to make it work twice.

  • KatarzynaPietka

    Hi David, thank you for your comment – our Product Development Team is already working on this option and it will be available soon. Stay tuned for updates!

  • iyas

    Hi. Has this been done yet as an option? If not, is there any way to redirect the customer to a custom Thank you page?

  • raj

    we wanna know!!!!!

  • KatarzynaPietka

    Hello Raj, the option is not available yet – we will let you know when we’re ready with it.

  • Matthew Pollard

    Hi. Leadpages has a great plugin for connecting their system to wordpress. You create the page in leadpages, then connect it with the app as your sites home page, 404, first visit or any url you chose. I would love to use this feature, but not until you have something like this.

  • Matthew Pollard

    you have a related post slide-in on this page. can i ask what plugin you are using?