Searching for the best WordPress landing page plugin to help you build some high-converting pages?
The days of needing to hire a designer/developer for every landing page are gone. Now, you can build your own landing pages using simple visual, drag-and-drop builders.
But what’s the best WordPress landing page plugin for your specific situation? That’s what I’ll try to help you figure out in this post.
I’ll start with an in-depth comparison of six of the best landing page builders for WordPress. Then, I’ll finish by recommending the best tool for some different situations, as all of these plugins have something unique to offer.
Let’s jump right in, starting with one of my personal favorites…
1. Thrive Architect
- Self-hosted WordPress plugin
- Visual drag-and-drop design
- 325+ pre-built templates
- A/B testing via Thrive Optimize plugin (separate purchase from the same developer)
- Integrations with 30+ email marketing and webinar tools
- No built-in payment support
Thrive Architect is a visual, drag-and-drop WordPress page builder plugin with a focus on conversion optimization, which makes it perfect for building landing pages.
In the editor, Thrive Architect focuses on offering a truly inline editing experience. For example, if you want to edit any text, you just click on the page and type. You also get a number of helpful landing page elements, like an opt-in form element that can connect to 30+ email marketing and webinar services.
And if you want to optimize your landing pages, the same developer sells a plugin called Thrive Optimize that adds A/B testing support to Thrive Architect.
Thrive Architect starts at $67 for a single site license. You can also get a bundle of Thrive Architect and Thrive Optimize (A/B testing) starting at $127.
Or, you can get access to all of Thrive Themes’ tools with the Thrive Themes membership (our review) starting at $19 per month (billed annually).
You can learn more in our full Thrive Architect review.
Who Should Use Thrive Architect?
Thrive Architect offers a great editing experience and the focus on inline editing makes it really easy to manage the content on your landing pages. The huge array of templates also can save you a ton of time.
Additionally, the option to add A/B testing support (via Thrive Optimize) is something that most WordPress page builders don’t offer.
So if you want a good all-around WordPress landing page builder, this is a great place to start.
Two things to consider though are that:
- Thrive Architect is just for landing pages – it can’t handle popups or other marketing elements like some of the other tools on this list. You could fix this by purchasing the Thrive Themes membership and using Thrive Leads (our review).
- There’s no built-in integration for payment processing, though you could always pair it with something like
This article was written by Dev Sharma and originally published on WPKube.