GetResponse Intros D-I-Y Landing Pages

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SMBs get cheap access to landing pages, responsive design, and A/B email testing.

GetResponse's Grabowski
GetResponse's Grabowski

GetResponse has introduced Landing Page Creator 2.0, a tool that is designed to allow its users at small and medium-size businesses to save agency fees by creating landing pages themselves.

Offering more than 100 pre-designed landing page templates, users of the program can design landing pages in less than 10 minutes with no help from IT, claims GetResponse, whose new release also includes email, newsletter, and auto-responder features.

Templates can be customized with a drag-and-drop editing system that accesses video and image banks. Mobile-responsive designs can be automatically programmed, and up to 10 versions of landing pages can be created for A/B testing.

“SMBs now have everything they need rolled into one platform for drip marketing campaigns--lead nurturing, marketing automation, landing page creation, and blog and social media integration,” says Get Response CEO Simon Grabowski.

Depending on usage volume, SMBs can lease the program for between $15 and $50 per month.


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