Form Confirmation Pages, Multi-Line Fields and Industry Offers & More…

Some great features launched last week along with our new Friday #DevJam sessions and some great discounts from friends around the analytics industry.

  • Form confirmation (thank-you) pages
  • Our first Friday “micro-feature #DevJam” brings multi-line form fields (textarea’s)
  • Customer showcase: getting creative with microsites
  • Some sweet offers from our friends
  • Unbounce customer A/B tests featured on
  • Unbounce press and mentions around the web

Form Confirmation Pages!!!

A modal window overlays your page after form submission. Beautiful.

Thank-you pages. Confirmation pages. Conversion success pages. Call them what you like, but they’re here and they rule hard.

Your confirmation dialog overlays your page

The way we’ve built the confirmation dialog windows is a little like Lightbox, where your message appears in a window overlaying your page, and the background fades to remove distractions. (Live preview).

Double conversion potential

Now you can whip up a confirmation page in minutes and start taking advantage of post-conversion opportunities. After all, they’re in the perfect “shopping mood” having just completed your form.

Read: Post-Conversion Strategies for Lead Gen Landing Pages for more on the subject.

Add conversion tracking scripts

You can now add your Google AdWords conversion tracking code (and other 3rd party examples) directly to the conversion page using the Custom HTML component.

COMING SOON – File download management

This will allow you to give away eBooks, whitepapers, etc. as the prizes for your lead gen conversions.

The Friday Micro-Feature DevJam

Our first DevJam was awesome, starting, finishing and releasing the multi-line form fields in a day. Peachy.

Last week, we decided to dedicate Fridays to rocking out some smaller “micro-features” in between our regular roadmap items.

First up were multi-line form fields (textarea’s in HTML speak) which completes the set of standard form elements for your lead gen forms. (Live preview here).

Friday DevJam’s are all about intense slam style work where we all throw the roadmap onto the back seat and make things happen. Each week we’ll be looking at feedback and wish lists to uncover the next DevJam feature. We won’t be able to reinvent the wheel in a day, but hopefully we’ll get more of the small features you need delivered faster.

Got an idea for our next DevJam?

If there’s something you’re longing for – let us know on the forum here or Tweet about @Unbounce and include the hashtag #DevJam to jump in the conversation and suggest ideas.

Customer Showcase – Microsites

A beautiful wedding microsite

Now don’t get too crazy excited, we don’t have a new microsite feature or anything like that. But two cool customers have gone ahead and built them anyway.

Props to them for hacking something out of a system not really design to go there. Both are unique in their designs and I encourage you to explore them for some inspiration.

There is a ton of content on this iPod app microsite.

Nice work guys…

If anyone else has a cool landing page to share, or is doing something weird and wacky with Unbounce, we’d love to see it.

Some Sweet Offers From Our Friends

Some of our industry friends have some sweet deals to help you with your conversions. Check ’em out:

BoostCTR for PPC

BoostCTR is a network of expert search marketing copywriters. They are the only site that lets advertisers outsource the creation and testing of text ads. Best of all, BoostCTR offers a money-back guarantee. Advertisers only pay for ads that beat the performance of their best existing ads. How it Works.

They have been improving CTR (click through rate) by 70% for their clients.

**Unbounce customers can get a $95 coupon which will pay for 1 FREE ad group optimization. (USE COUPON CODE – unbouncefree)**

(Plus a discounted price of $75 per ad group thereafter).


YoyoMetrics are offering FREE accounts to the first 100 people to sign up for their document tracking service. Get real-time analytics about how prospects interact with your ebooks, white papers and other documents-–after your content’s been downloaded and opened.

Sign up here – note the use of an Unbounce landing page ;) – nicely done chaps.

Pear Analytics

Pear Analytics are a cool new service that has a free SEO website analysis tool. It will do one page right off the bat – and they will also do your whole site for free.

Get a free analysis here

Unbounce Customer A/B Tests on and their Adobe training landing page was featured on
We recently had a couple of Unbounce customers featured on which highlights successful and interesting A/B tests.

If you have a great test example, send it to us and we’ll see about getting it featured (and getting you some exposure).

Unbounce Mentions Around the Web

Unbounce gets a mention in the new O'Reilly book by Ken Yarmosh

Reviewed on Marketing Experiments
They would love to have some real Unbounce customers go comment on their review. It would be great if you had a few minutes to share some honest thoughts.

Acquisition Engine from the UK discuss us with some other lead gen tools

A shout out to Ken Yarmosh who in this interview on Mixergy mentions that Unbounce is in his new O’Reilly book called “App Savvy” about iPad & iPhone apps. Very cool.

And lastly, we got a nice wee mention on the mighty Mashable.

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About Oli Gardner
Unbounce co-founder Oli Gardner has seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet. He’s obsessed with identifying and reversing bad marketing practices, and his disdain for marketers who send campaign traffic to their homepage is legendary, resulting in landing page rants that can peel paint off an unpainted wall. A prolific international keynote speaker, Oli is on a mission to rid the world of marketing mediocrity by using data-informed copywriting, design, interaction, and psychology to create a more delightful experience for marketers and customers alike. He was recently named the "The 2018 Marketer to Watch," in the under 46 category, by his mother.
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