2013 was the big learn how to code year. I still believe it’s important to learn how to code, but now it’s far from being a reason not to start something. I feel like creating a landing page is a great way to start validating an idea. I emphasize ‘start validating’ because some people get stuck at this stage, and depending on your product it may not provide enough validated learning. A landing page is not a MVP, its one of many things you can do. We have some great resources including a “Side Hustle: 101″ mega post coming to The Phat Startup that will dig even more into that. When teaching people these strategies I always get the “I can’t code” or “don’t know where to start” push back. So I compiled 5 websites that can get you a landing page up and running in a hour or incredibly less. Disclosure: none of the links below are affiliate links. I won’t get paid for you using any of these products.
I’m a big fan of the founder of LeadPages Clay Collins. He comes from a successful internet marketing background, so much of his past before starting LeadPages involved….creating landing pages. Because of his experience he knows exactly how to make it easy for someone to create a landing page with the least technical knowledge ever. LeadPages is literally point and click and comes with a wealth of templates, new ones released every single week. I would suggest if you are someone who continuously releases digital products online, then LeadPages is for you. The pricing is a subscription based $37 a month. As awesome as this product is, if you just need one landing page I would try some of the other options below. Continue reading