So you’ve heard all these amazing things about LeadPages (affiliate link), and you’re dreaming of the ways it could help you grow your business.
Visions of gorgeous product landing pages, webinar pages, and brilliant opt-in boxes are dancing in your head! You finally feel like you can fit it into your business budget! (High-five!) So you pick your plan, get ready to dive in, and… feel completely lost!
Using a new tool can be overwhelming! You have a clear vision in mind, but no idea how to make it happen on the screen in front of you.
Chances are you’re feeling more than a little restricted by the available templates inside the Standard Builder. And spending money on a template can be just as disappointing when you discover that it can’t do exactly what you want.
Enter LeadPages’ Brand New Drag & Drop Builder!
We did a little happy dance here at Brilliant Business Moms when we discovered this tool. But, it can be a little tricky to figure out. Save yourself some time and hassle by watching the walk-through below.
Next, learn a handy trick for linking your Drag & Drop page to your ConvertKit email list – a feature not easily available at this point in the Drag & Drop templates. This trick will save you hours of frustration.
You’re welcome! 😉
Ready to get started? Let me show you a quick tutorial for using the Drag & Drop Builder so you can build a beautiful, customized landing page fast:
Quick Note: Make sure you add your conversion tracking pixels to your sign-up thank you page instead of the main page. This ensures that you only track the people who actually sign up as your true “conversions.”
Ok Great! You did it!
Your Landing Page Looks AMAZING by the way!
But if you use ConvertKit as your email service provider, how do you get it to integrate with that gorgeous page you created with the Drag & Drop Builder? There’s no straightforward solution right now, but let me show you a quick work-around:
Ellen Russell is a virtual assistant who loves helping small business owners and bloggers do what they do best by taking on various tasks – from graphic design, video editing, social media management, and creative problem solving. She also runs a creative blog on the side at www.createinthechaos.com