Landing Page Examples Collection [NEW]

By | Google+ , June 9th, 2010 in Landing Pages | 2 comments

Looking for some design inspiration for your next landing page? We’ve just started a new landing page examples section in the Unbounce blog where we’re going to feature the best examples of landing pages that we find on our marketing travels. In each post we’ll break down the anatomy of the landing page and look at what’s good and where they could be improved.

To kick things off here are 5 great examples of lead gen and click-through landing pages:

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Full Sail University – with an A/B test of two designs

An example of excellent message match between banner and landing page is shown by Full Sail. They also offer up 2 different design versions to test their messaging in an A/B test.

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iBrite – an iPad app

An e-commerce landing page for the iBrite iPad app. Includes an energetic video demonstrating the app being used.

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Campaign Monitor

A beautiful landing page from email provider Campaign Monitor, that should serve as inspiration for your click-through page designs.

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A super simple and clean lead capture landing page from Webtrends.

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The thumbnail shown is only a small portion of what is a long landing page from cosmetics company Glow. Read the full post to learn how they constructed one big page out of several smaller screen-sized landing page areas.

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We’ll be adding new landing page examples every week, and if you have one you’d like to submit for inclusion be sure to drop me a line at

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Co-Founder of Unbounce. Oli has seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet. He is an opinionated writer and international speaker on Conversion Centered Design. You should follow Oli on Twitter
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  1. EGAFutura says:

    Can Unbounce integrate witth

  2. oligardner says:

    Hi Juan,
    While we don't have a complete integration yet (it's on the roadmap), it is possible to connect to using our web hooks.

    In fact, someone from the Unbounce community has just posted some code to do just that – and we are giving it a test to see how it works.

    You can read about it and stay up to date on new developments here: