April 9

How To Quickly Build A Landing Page In WordPress


The tech behind a landing page is actually the easy part. The difficult part of creating a landing page is actually deciding what should be on the page. In this tutorial you will learn how to easily create an awesome looking mobile responsive landing page in just a few minutes.

What you need (besides WordPress):

Let's quickly discuss your "idea"

For this example, I will be building a landing page to promote a new content upgrade that I recently created called "5 Email Marketing Tips." So here is a checklist of what I did prior to creating the landing page.

  • Decided on topic
  • Created content upgrade
  • Created bullet points of the value of the upgrade
  • Decided on color palette for landing page

The recommendation here is that you have a solid idea of what will be on the landing page and why you are creating it prior to getting started.

Next, if you haven't purchased and installed Thrive Content Builder, now is the time. This incredible WordPress plugin is a mere $67. Here is my affiliate link and thank you for using it.

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If you have any questions about this tutorial or something that was mentioned please leave a comment below.


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  1. Hey Renee,

    Landing pages in WordPress are about is grabbing that visitor and convincing them to take care of a given predefined action. In most cases, this is about getting them to subscribe to an email list, click a specific link/button, buy a product, or perform some kind of social-media-related activity.

    The most interesting thing about landing pages is their design, or more accurately, lack thereof. Most landing pages in WordPress, at least in a way that they’re implemented these days, are very minimalist. They are usually built entirely separately from the rest of the site and retain very little of the site’s original design. Thanks for adding much interesting value.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

    1. Amar,

      Thank you so much. I think that retaining as much of the site’s original design as possible is best but on the flip side testing out designs is valuable too.

      Blog on,

  2. Renee, this is very useful. I have also struggled a lot to find a suitable landing page builder as we needed to build a lot of those on an ongoing basis for a lot of different campaigns across service lines. I zeroed in on Instapage finally after a lot of reviews – I loved the fact that it easily and seamlessly integrates into wordpress irrespective of your theme and colors ( as well as any other website irrespective of the platform they are built on) but also it has built in integrations for a lot of CRMs and Email marketing systems. I actually wrote a detailed review based on my study of the platform , that I think your readers too might find helpful – http://www.digitalsrc.com/blog/instapage-review-landing-page-builder/

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