[Contest Result] $11k Landing Page Giveaway Winners & Special 99designs Discount Code

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A few short weeks ago, we launched our $11,000 landing page giveaway contest. And today’s the day to announce the three lucky winners and a special limited time offer from 99designs.

The Winners

Congratulations to our 3 winners! We’ll be in touch in the next few days to get your Unbounce accounts set up.


First Place: Michiel Gaasterland

Michiel from Amsterdam(@MichielGaas on Twitter) has won the grand prize which comprises:

– One year of the Unbounce Premium plan (worth $6,000)
– A landing page designed by the community of designers over at 99designs (worth approx $750)


Second Place: Zuly Gonzalez

Zuly from Baltimore (@ZulyGonz on Twitter) takes home the second place prize:

– One year of the Unbounce Pro plan (worth $3,000)


Third Place: Angie Schottmuller

Angie from Minnesota (@aschottmuller on Twitter) gets the third prize:

– One year of the Unbounce Plus plan (worth $1,500)


A Bonus Offer from 99designs

As a special bonus offer from 99designs, they’ve given us a discount code (good for a week) that can be redeemed to get Unbounce customers a “Featured Listing”. This saves you $69 and results in 145% more
designers participating in your design contest.

Simply follow this link to get the special deal.

Picking multiple landing page designs for an A/B test

If you are considering using the 99designs community to design your landing page, it works like this: you enter your requirements and designers from their community submit their designs back to you so that you can choose your favourite as the winner. But you can also award multiple winners which is perfect for landing page testing – in other words you could run an A/B test with two completely different design interpretations – pretty cool.

About The Author

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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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