VBOUT’s Landing Page Builder

Create Landing Pages Easily

No need to hire a developer or a designer. VBOUT allows you to create responsive landing pages with a super easy drag-and-drop builder. You can choose from colorful, ready-to-use templates and pre-designed blocks, design custom layouts, or even upload an HTML.

VBOUT Landing Pages Templates

Create Landing Pages Easily

No need to hire a developer or a designer. VBOUT allows you to create responsive landing pages with a super easy drag-and-drop builder. You can choose from colorful, ready-to-use templates and pre-designed blocks, design custom layouts, or even upload an HTML.

VBOUT Landing Pages Templates

Brand Your Landing Pages

White-labeling your landing pages with VBOUT is flexible. You can use VBOUT’s default URL or your domain names and manage all your landing pages from one place.

VBOUT Landing Pages Own Domain
VBOUT Landing Pages Own Domain

Brand Your Landing Pages

White-labeling your landing pages with VBOUT is flexible. You can use VBOUT’s default URL or your domain names and manage all your landing pages from one place.

Grab Your Target Audience’s Attention

Personalize your landing pages and be more relevant to your leads. Increase conversions by dynamically modifying content depending on visitor insights and preferences.

VBBOUT Landing Pages Dynamic Content

Grab Your Target Audience’s Attention

Personalize your landing pages and be more relevant to your leads. Increase conversions by dynamically modifying content depending on visitor insights and preferences.

VBBOUT Landing Pages Dynamic Content

Empower Your Landing Pages

Integrate your landing pages with other tools available to you on VBOUT such as automation, email marketing, lead scoring, user engagement tracking, and in-depth analytics.

Empower Your Landing Pages

Integrate your landing pages with other tools available to you on VBOUT such as automation, email marketing, lead scoring, user engagement tracking, and in-depth analytics.

Why Choose VBOUT’s Landing Page Builder?

1. Supports Your Business Goals

One of the most significant benefits of landing pages is their potential to directly relate to your company's objectives, such as entering a new niche market, promoting a new product, attracting new clients, or increasing sales. Landing pages are valuable because they can be tailored to a specific audience or goal, and they allow you to monitor your progress toward that goal.

Landing pages are designed around certain activities that can be adjusted to match your company goals, such as signing up for your mailing list, providing contact information, subscribing to a newsletter, making a purchase, or requesting a consultation.

2. Increases Your Lead Conversions

A smart landing page and your website will work in tandem to influence a visitor's decision to take action. A landing page lays down a clear activity for visitors to perform and simplifies that step as much as possible. This is known as a Call-to-Action. As a result, you'll witness more conversions. Since higher conversion rates usually equate to more clients and higher ROI, smart landing pages will substantially improve your business.

3. Provides Unique Customer Insights

When you link a landing page to a running campaign, piece of valuable content, marketing activity, or source, you can learn which channels are bringing in the most leads, which themes and services are most preferred, and which campaigns are performing the best.

One of the best practices for landing pages that might yield significant information is to track user activity. These sorts of information can help you increase your overall efficacy by refining your understanding of your target audience and advertising methods.

Furthermore, if your landing page includes a form, you can utilize the information it collects to learn more about your visitors, such as their unique needs or certain preferences related to your brand.

4. Helps Expand Your Marketing Funnel

Landing pages are frequently used for lead generation, which means that a company receives phone calls or form submissions from people who are interested in becoming prospective leads. As a result, a landing page may include or link a form that requests information from the user, such as name, email address, phone number, or company. If you include a form in your landing page to collect email addresses, your contact data sheet would be boosted.

When someone submits a form, you could provide an "opt-in" option that allows them to request emails and special offers from your business. You could then add these people to your email list and send them newsletters, announcements, offers, and promotions.

VBOUT’s Landing Page Features

  • Awesome templates
  • Page manager
  • Drag & drop builder
  • Customizable layouts
  • Ready-made design blocks
  • Design components
  • Undo / Redo
  • Built-in inline editor
  • Code editor
  • Upload your own design
  • Form builder
  • URL redirects
  • Hyperlink
  • UTM tracking
  • Merge tags
  • Conditional content
  • Built-in photo editor
  • Free stock library
  • Design preview
  • Rollback to old versions
  • SEO tool
  • GDPR compliance tool
  • Shareable URL
  • Custom pixel
  • Analytics
  • Awesome templates
  • Page manager
  • Drag & drop builder
  • Customizable layouts
  • Ready-made design blocks
  • Design components
  • Undo / Redo
  • Built-in inline editor
  • Code editor
  • Upload your own design
  • Form builder
  • URL redirects
  • Hyperlink
  • UTM tracking
  • Merge tags
  • Conditional content
  • Built-in photo editor
  • Free stock library
  • Design preview
  • Rollback to old versions
  • SEO tool
  • GDPR compliance tool
  • Shareable URL
  • Custom pixel
  • Analytics
  • Awesome templates
  • Page manager
  • Drag & drop builder
  • Customizable layouts
  • Ready-made design blocks
  • Design components
  • Undo / Redo
  • Built-in inline editor
  • Code editor
  • Upload your own design
  • Form builder
  • URL redirects
  • Hyperlink
  • UTM tracking
  • Merge tags
  • Conditional content
  • Built-in photo editor
  • Free stock library
  • Design preview
  • Rollback to old versions
  • SEO tool
  • GDPR compliance tool
  • Shareable URL
  • Custom pixel
  • Analytics

Frequently Asked Questions

You can create a landing page by choosing from our pre-designed templates, layouts or components. Or you can either develop a new design building block on your own.

Yes, you can personalize your landing pages by adding shortcodes that are available in the landing page builder editor.

You can create as many landing pages as you want. No limitations.

Yes. You can preview how your landing page looks across your browsers and different devices.

Yes. You can now copy the feed of a particular ecommerce website and use them as blocks in landing pages. Users will be able to view the products directly on these pages.

Yes. VBOUT allows you to track the traffic and conversions generated from your landing pages and obtain detailed lead interactions across your various marketing channels.

Yes. You can add third party tracking or retargeting codes such as Google Tag Manager and Facebook Pixel. Please refer to this guide for clear instructions.

Yes, VBOUT allows you to use your own custom domain with your landing pages. Please refer to this guide for clear instructions.

Yes. You can add UTM parameters to your landing page in order to measure the performance of your campaigns and find out how to get more visitors. Check out this guide to find out how to add these parameters to your landing page URL.

What is a Landing Page?

A landing page is a distinct web page created for the purpose of promoting or publicizing a marketing or advertising campaign. It's where a visitor "lands" after clicking on a link in an email or ads from Search Engines (Google), Social Media platforms (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter…), or other Websites.

Unlike web pages, which usually have several aims and promote the brand or company as a whole, landing pages have a single emphasis or goal, referred to as a call to action (or CTA, for short). Because of this focus, landing pages are an excellent option for increasing the conversion rates of your marketing efforts and decreasing the cost of obtaining a lead or transaction.

Landing pages can be click-through sites that link to other pages, such as your shopping site, or they can be designed for lead generation. Lead-generating landing pages often provide supporting content like case studies, infographics, a free trial, or webinar registration in return for inputting contact information. An effective landing page will convince a potential consumer that providing personal information in exchange for all you have to offer is worthwhile.

Integrates with Thousands of 3rd Party Apps

Any marketing tool should be available to you. That’s why VBOUT’s automation feature works with thousands of advanced marketing tools you already use, including content management systems like WordPress, ecommerce platforms like WooCommerce and Shopify, and CRMs like Salesforce.

Types of Landing Pages

1. Lead Generation

A lead-generation landing page's main objective is to collect leads using a data capture form. These pages are quite adaptable, but they're most commonly utilized in the middle of the sales funnel when clients are considering your products and are on the verge of converting or walking away. It simultaneously delivers a request and a reward.

The request is the information you ask for in your form, and the reward is the unique offer you're advertising to capture leads. The reward should be proportional to the request. Whatever you're offering must be valuable enough for a buyer to provide you with their contact information and join your mailing list.

2. Click-Through

A click-through page, in contrast to a lead-generation page that depends on a form, does not require a form at all. It serves as a simple intermediary between your advertisement and the page to which you want to route your clients. It's commonly used to connect an advertisement to a shopping cart, for example. It plainly takes a basic and cursory explanation of what the visitor has discovered by clicking through, as well as a bold and clear call to action with a link to the end destination.

3. Data Collection

A data collections page collects data in the same way as a lead-generation page does. However, unlike a lead-generation page, it is typically used at the top of the sales funnel, and its sole purpose is to collect email addresses to add potential leads to a general mailing list. They're simple landing pages with large headlines and little information. A concise call to action tells the reader exactly what to anticipate when they click the link. Including the short form, there should be a link to take the reader to the next step, as well as an option to exit if the visitor does not choose to proceed.

4. Sales

The sales page is frequently the most difficult to develop. This page is no longer just for prospecting leads. It's something you'd use towards the absolute bottom of the funnel to encourage them to buy, which is a totally different concept than a basic request and reward combination. The page's structure involves delicacy and a complete understanding of your client's demands and where they are in the sales funnel, from the language to the design. You could either sell too aggressively and lose the transaction or undersell and also lose the sale. This is where traditional sales techniques must be included into your design and communication approaches.

5. Brand Awareness

While brand awareness sites nearly always feature links to a company's website or another web page, they are usually presented in a subtle and discreet manner. The most crucial components here are the content, which should be informative and/or interesting enough to pique a reader's attention and maybe motivate them to share the page, as well as the ability to share the page via social media. The material could contain written information, as well as videos, images, and even games.

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