Landing Page Templates for Lead Generation

With the proven success of "deal of the day" sites like Groupon and Living Social, I've created a set of landing page templates based on the familiar look of these sites.

In my last blog post, I introduced you to “LeadGen”, a shiny new landing page template for lead generation. The look and feel is inspired by the incredibly successful Groupon and Living Social and it brings this familiar look to WordPress in one, easy to implement package.

I’ve just released a new 3 pack called “LocalMagic”. Check the video below to see how I set it up.

Note: the widget name has changed from “C5: Lead Gen” to “ClickBump: Forms”

With LocalMagic (and the recently released “LeadGen” template), combined with the new “LeadGen” widget included at no charge in the ClickBump version 5.6 update, you now have easy access to drag and drop lead capture & opt-informs for your site. These templates empower you to quickly set up lead generation site’s, list building campaigns, and opt-in funnels with the familiar look and feel of popular sites like Groupon, Living Social and Google Offers.

The live demo sites are up and you can preview them now:

1) Click here to preview LocalMagic

2) Click here to preview LocalMagic-Alt

3) Click here to preview LocalMagic-Wide

To make the lead generation box possible, I’ve added a new drag and drop widget to the ClickBump 5 theme (as of version 5.6, now in public Beta to registered ClickBump owners). The new widget is called “ClickBump: Forms” and you can just drag it into a sidebar to get the same look and feel and functionality I’m displaying on the demo sites.

The default form markup is compatible with AWeber and other popular email auto-responder programs and includes a Name, Email and Phone capture fields as well as an attractive Submit/Download button and a phone number placeholder.

On modern web browsers and devices, you’ll get some nifty form feedback cues made possible by HTML5’s new form controls. For example, each form field has “placeholder” text to guide the user to fill out the form. It also has autocomplete built right in.

Looking forward to getting your feedback on these new WordPress templates!

~ s

6 Responses to “Landing Page Templates for Lead Generation”

  1. Dran says:

    Hi Scott, Excellent theme, can you tell me if this is or will be compatible with Gravity forms? Also would I be able add more custom fields to the form and will it adjust accordingly on the landing page? I need to capture the following info

    First Name
    Last Name
    Email
    Phone #
    Drop Down
    Drop Down
    Drop Down
    Tell us about xyz?
    Submit

    This is the format and that is implemented on my sites using Gravity forms at present but really need something which is as visually appealing opt in or contact form similar to the one on the lead gen demo page you have. Going back to my original question would the form adjust visually as I enter the fields above?

    Regards
    Dran

    • Hi Dan, to easily achieve the look of the leadgen & localmagic demo site forms, you’ll need to use Contact Form 7 (free), Aweber, GetResponse or similar. You can create all of the form fields you’ve indicated, including drop down menus.

      The theme does work with Gravity Forms. There are several clickbump owners using Gravity Forms for their sites. Here’s an example. However, as you can see, the forms are not displayed in the default look and feel that you see on the demo sites. This could be done with custom css, but its not done out of the box. If memory serves, due to the scripting requirements for gravity forms, you will also need to disable the default clickbump script optimizer in order to run gravity forms. The setting is at “ClickBump > Extras > Scripts > Disable Script Optimizer”

  2. Mark says:

    Hi Scott

    Great theme but is there a way to not request a phone number. That can put people off more than just asking for a first name and email address.

    Thanks
    Mark

    • @Mark, yes you can add a phone input field to the form. Just open the widget control and edit the existing form data to include that.

      For example <input type=”phone” id=”phone” name=”phone” placeholder=”Enter your phone #” />

  3. Bee says:

    Hi Scott, wonderful themes for lead gen, though I’m having trouble paying and downloading the theme. I’m interested in purchasing localmagic (mobile optimized) plus clickbump 5.6 and everything else I need to get this to work. Please send me a link where I can go to purchase this. Thanks! Bee

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