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What landing page builder do you use/like/recommend for relatively unique but easy to make web page to collect emails from potential users? And to validate the idea in the market?
* duda.co if plan to go the distance -- best alt to webflow's massive learning curve
* alternatively squarespace decent -- skip wix or weebly -- there's ghost or wordpress if don't like SS
* versoly seems interesting -- not sure how good their email capture is though
* dorik and everypage seem interesting from other posts on thread
Versoly founder here :)
Very easy to collect emails, we also have a Zapier integration.
Here's how to build a landing page no matter what you choose: https://yourlandingpagesucks.com/startup-landing-page-teardown-yc/index.html
The best guide anywhere!
I switched to Versoly from Wordpress and pretty happy so far (our website: growthchannel.io)
Versoly is also another player here on Pioneer :)
Found https://dorik.io/ to be exciting.
If you know how to code already, https://divjoy.com/ is amazing.
It's a little more involved, but I think learning Webflow is a valuable skill to add to the toolkit.
I really like Carrd on free and used the Pro plan for over a year! - https://carrd.co/
If you want something hosted I'm a big fan of https://landen.co. If you want code you may like my tool https://divjoy.com
We're working on a new one at https://www.everypagehq.com. its different from all the others in that its declarative - there is no drag and drop you just declare your content and out pops a beautiful, performant page. We're still on boarding beta users, but so far they are really liking it.
If you'd like, me or my co-founder (and wife) are always around to go thru what you need - we have reviewed all landing page builders now and can give you an honest opinion of what you need if we hear your use case.
Ours (https://shopdeft.com) is on https://UnicornPlatform.com right now. Seems like it meets your needs.
Do you have to pay to not have unicornplatform as your domain?
1. Mock with figma
2. Find designer on fiverr for a design 30 dollars
3. Find someone convert to html
4. Add some form service, such as convertkit.
What about building using a pre-existing builder and then downloading the zip file as HTML? More or less efficient in terms of cost and ultimate UI?
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