UPDATED: See Replay below for the WordPress Tutorial Live on Facebook plus Q&A
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I’m committing to sharing tips, tricks and tutorials on WordPress as well as marketing online with your WordPress site. This is what I hope to be the first of a series–leave your feedback about what you wish to see in the future!
Replay: Creating Landing Pages in WordPress
This was a FB Live on my business page.
~6 min. – WP ProfitBuilder introduced (my mistake on price in the video, it’s $67 now, but is for life and on up to 3 of your sites).
~10 mins. – installing a pre-made page template.
~12 mins. – creating a simple optin page for a VIP program – first from building manually with the page builder.
~17 mins. – creating a more involved optin page from a pre-made template.
Many themes come with page ‘templates’ (archives, full width, etc.)–and if a theme comes with a ‘landing page’ template, it generally means that it is simply a page that doesn’t have a header, footer and sidebar. The page you create is limited by what you have available (ex., can’t do a background image or rows without custom editing or a plugin).
With WP ProfitBuilder, you can use the plugin to create landing pages inside of your existing site and also it comes with a ‘theme’ that adds more options and functionality to the ProfitBuilder suite.
I’ve showed some examples of what I’ve used it for in the video, however hop over to their page to see a more indepth video tutorial on how it works.
The huge plus is that there are page builder plugins that cost a lot more (or you have to re-license annually which can add up, or you can try a premium service like ClickFunnels or Leadpages which are high monthly fees (hey if you have the money go for it!)
Due to the number of plugin incompatibilities that the theme has, I rarely use it for a website (or use it only on a subdirectory), and the plugin itself has some conflicts that again–if you are going to create a lot of landing pages, you’ll want to create a separate directory to house the theme and plugin and do some fancy ‘custom’ redirects to market them. Not sure what that means? Ask me! I’m happy to make that a next Live!
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