How to Easily Create Landing Pages in WordPress: No Developer or Paid Subscription Service Required

[music] Landing pages are uniquely designed landing
pages with the sole purpose of converting visitors. Now as a designer, you’re more than capable
of designing pages like these yourself. But to build them and make them live quickly? Well, that either takes a web developer, who’ll
do them when he or she is free next, or using a paid subscription service. But the thing is, even as a non-coder, you
can build landing pages like these in no time and roll them out again and again, even on
multiple projects. No need for a developer, no need for a paid
service. My name’s Dave Foy. Hop in and I’ll show you. Landing pages are designed to convert visitors
to leads or sales. They sell the benefits of an offer, which
is often a lead magnet. Which just means it’s something for free in
exchange for an email address. Now they’re typically a different design to
the rest of the client’s website theme. There’s often no logo, no navigation, a different
layout. The idea is to remove all distractions and
to focus 100% on getting the visitor to take one action. Now you can hire a developer to build these
but there’s often a wait while that developer is free and speed really is of the essence
with landing pages. You know when your client wants to test an
offer as quickly as possible. You can pay a monthly subscription service
like LeadPages, ClickFunnels or Instapage. These services, among other things allow you
to create landing pages without any code knowledge. Basically drag and drop for non-techies. But their core functionality is essentially,
building a nicely designed landing page, gathering leads and sending them on to an email provider. As a designer, I can tell you it’s an expense
that’s not required because you can easily build your own and you can retain full design
control. You can have the design exactly as you want
it. So here are three landing page examples of
mine, just to give you an example of what we’re talking about. The first is the one that I’m going to show
you how to build here. It’s a lead magnet, a freebie that I give
away in exchange for an email address. This page took me about 10 minutes to build. And because, with the method I’ll show you,
I can save it as a template, I can use it again and again with a one click import. You’ll see here, it’s got a pop-up for the
email address capture as well. The second landing page is for my webinar
registrations. But that’s a totally different kind of landing
page. And the third is just an alternative lead
magnet landing page that I created again in about 5 minutes. If you want my exact templates, these exact
templates to import into your own projects, hang on in here and I’ll let you know how
to get them in a while. If you want inspiration for designing these
pages, there’s loads of inspiration if you just search Google for “landing page examples”. Here are the tools that we’ll be using. There’s a link in the description for each
video for you to check them out. The first is WordPress. You can use any WordPress theme that you like. Now I use and 100% recommend GeneratePress
these days. There’s a link in the description to an article
that I wrote on why I think it’s the very best theme for non-coder designers. But actually for this purpose any theme will
do. You’ll need the Elementor page builder plugin. It’s free, and what you get for free is incredible
anyway. In this tutorial, I use a couple of features
of the paid ‘Pro’ version but there are free alternatives to both of those features
anyway. We’ll use the free Popup Maker for the popups
and we’ll use Zapier, which is a brilliant third party service which connects all this
to any email service that you like. You can have Elementor send the sign-ups to
any email address that you want but you’ll probably want to hook this up to a dedicated
email marketing service. Now in this video I’ll be showing you how
to create a lead magnet type landing page but later, I’ll also show to how to get a
bonus video tutorial from me, Part 2 of this one if you like, showing you how to create
another really popular email sign-up technique called content upgrades. I actually use the content upgrade method
on every post I publish on my own site and it works really well. So hang around and I’ll show you that. Here’s an overview of the process. First we’ll create the landing page, using
the Elementor page builder. Then we’ll add the signup form. We then need to hook the form up to an email
provider. And finally, I’ll show you how to create the
popup with the form inside it. So I’ve created a brand new page in WordPress. I’ve just given it a fairly compelling title. The title will appear in things like search
results and when people share the page on social media as well so something quite compelling. I’ve actually saved this page as a draft already
and then previewed it here. And by default you see a pretty much a mess. This is my site’s header. It’s my site’s footer which has got a special
type of effect on it and the site title. I’m using the GeneratePress theme so this
is the very very standard defaults. We want to get rid of all that for a landing
page. We want a blank canvas. In GeneratePress I can pretty much disable
any elements that I want. I can get of the header, I can get rid of
the title etc. just by ticking these boxes, but it doesn’t actually matter which theme
you use. What we’ll do is, we’ll just click on ‘Edit
with Elementor’ You’ve got to have the Elementor plugin installed of course. There’s a new feature here. If we click on the menu up at the top and
then go to ‘page settings’. From here we can actually set an Elementor
template called ‘Elementor Canvas’. And if we choose ‘Elementor Canvas’, we’ve
now got a completely blank page. So we’ve got a completely blank starting point,
which is great. So what we want to do firstly is create the
strip that goes across the top. So I’m going to add a new section and it’s
just gonna be a one column section. Sections in Elementor, a section, especially
if you’ve got the canvas template here, a section will expand across the entire width
of the page. All the way left and right. So you’ll see this effect here. If we click on the section here and I go to
‘Style’ and ‘Background’ and I’m just gonna choose a background colour I’ve already
got in my colour palette there. So you can see the section itself expands
all the way across. So that’s how you get the full effect. And then we’ve got the column here. If we go to the sections ‘Layout’ settings,
I’ve set the content’s width to be boxed. So these columns are going to remain at the
content width that I set in my Elementor settings, the main settings panel. You could if you wanted to set that to full
width and that will itself go all the way to the edges itself but I want the column
to be boxed. So the section is full width but the column
is boxed. The next thing I want to do is my logo image. I’ve decided I want a logo on this. This is the logo that I wanted, so just insert
that media and I want that to be aligned left. I’ll have the full size image anyway. So underneath that I’d like to add a bit of
text. I’m actually just gonna use the ‘Heading’
widget here so just drag that into place. And my tagline ‘Helping non-coder graphic
designers build better websites’. Now you’ll see here that we can’t see that
because my default text colour is black pretty much and this is a black background. Now we could quite easily just go to Style
on the heading and just change the text colour of the style, which is fine you could do that
and that’s no problem but what I actually like to do is, if I’ve got something like
this where all text in this strip will need to be white by default, we can override it. I actually prefer to set the setting on the
section itself. So if you can, try to set styling as high
up as you can. So rather than on each individual widget,
just set it on the section instead. So go to ‘Style’ here, which is the typography
and we’ll set that heading colour to be white. Now by default that’s pretty big. I actually don’t want this as an H2, I just
want it as a standard paragraph. So just change that to a paragraph and I’m
just gonna alter a bit of typography on this as well. Let’s have a guess, 14. I can use the arrow keys here to go up and
down so I’ll leave it at that. We could tweak it, we could change the colours. You’ll notice here that between the two widgets,
so between the header and, sorry between the image and the heading, we’ve got a gap here. It’s actually 20 pixels. Elementor by default tries to be helpful and
puts some sort of standard, consistent spacing between your widgets. But at the moment I would actually prefer
these to be closer together a little bit. Now there are various ways of handling this. For this one I’m gonna go to the ‘Advanced’
tab on the logo image. I’m going to unlink the margin values here
because I don’t want to add the same margin to top, right, bottom and left. So I’m going to unlink those. And what I’m gonna do is put a negative margin. A minus figure on the margin. You can see that if I put a positive margin
that’ll move it away but if I use a negative margin that’s gonna sort of pull that up a
little bit. So what I would suggest is if you do anything
in Elementor you quickly save it and then. I’ve actually got the previous of another
page open in another tab so I’m gonna refresh that. And we’ve got that at the moment which is
ok. I think we could do with a little bit of padding
top and bottom. So I’m going to go to the section and on the
section’s ‘Advanced’ settings we’ve got padding. Now again I need to unlink these values because
I don’t want the top and bottom padding to be also added to the right and left as well. I want those to stay the same. So let’s add maybe 30 top 30 bottom. That might be alright. Just give it a quick save. Now you don’t have to actually keep switching
tabs like I’m doing. You’ve actually got this little panel here
that allows you to quickly do a preview because what you see in Elementor’s edit screen isn’t
sometimes isn’t exactly what you’ll see on the live page. There’s a shortcut for that as well. It’s CMD+P on a Mac. And I expect that will be CTRL+P on a PC. That’s just a little bit too much padding
for me so I’m going to just change that to there. Same again. Quick look again. That looks fine. The reason that I ask you to save, or recommend
that you save again and again and again after you change anything is that because, in Elementor,
if we click on the menu here again, we’ve got the Revision History, so we can see all
the way down here, all the different versions of this page we’ve had. Alright so we’ve got that bit so far which
is good. What I also suggest as well is that you get
into the habit of checking what this looks like on mobile. Every time you add a new section, check it
on mobile. It’s really easy, click on the responsive
mode here by, we’re in desktop at the moment but click on tablet view, you get the tablet
view. For me, we’ve got an obvious problem here
already. I think I’d like that centred on tablet and
I’d like that centred on mobile as well. So if we come back to the Content tab on the
heading here. You can see we’ve got ‘Alignment’ left, centre,
right and justified. At the moment, we’re actually still on the
mobile so this mobile icon is highlighted. If we just go back to desktop a moment. That looks ok on desktop. If you click this, you now get these other
2 icons. So let’s click on Tablet. So now with tablet you can now change that
to centre. On tablet that will now be centre. Now the way that Elementor works is that the
style settings for the responsive settings, the style settings that set higher up, i.e.
on bigger screens, on desktop or on tablet, they also kind of cascade down to the smaller
screens. So if I set centre on tablet, if we go mobile
now, it’ll be centred on mobile as well. So anything that you set on desktop will be
on tablet and mobile. Anything that set on tablet will also be on
mobile. Right, let’s do the next panel. So for this next panel, again, I want to add
a new section. Now for this one I know that I need 2 columns. So that’s fine. I’ve got a new section here. It’s got 2 columns and in my design I had
a background colour as well so I’m gonna go to ‘Style’>’Background’ and I’ll just make
this something like a very subtle grey. And save that as well. I think what I’ll do now is already put some
padding cos I know that I’ll need it. So I’m going to unlink the padding on this
section here. Let’s have a bit more this time. So 30 at the top and 30 at the bottom. Now we need to drag some content in here so
I’m going to drag in my heading and I’d like to change this to an H1 because it’s the first
heading on the page. And the beauty of Elementor is that you get
some default text anyway. So if you haven’t got round to putting in
the real copy, then you’ve got something to work with. Come back here to the ‘Text Editor’ and pop
some text in there as well. And the final thing to do would be for me
to just drop my image in there. So I’m gonna drag that into this second column
here. I’m going to find the image that I use which
is this one. And then the other thing to do is I suppose
at this point would be to actually put my copy into the heading. Now to my eyes that looks a little bit cramped. It could just do with a little leading. So if we come back to ‘Style’ for the heading. Pop the typography on there and it’s the line
height setting here. So I’m going to use my arrow keys. Could type directly into the box if I wanted
to but I’m just going to add a bit there until that looks ok. To my eyes that looks fine. I’m gonna click on the text block here as
well. And then at that point, save the page again. And then use the ‘Preview’ to take a look
at what that looks like. That actually doesn’t look too bad to me and
I think the only thing I would do here is maybe just bring… Well there’s 2 things we could do. I was thinking we could either bring the image
up a little bit. I’ll show you how to do that actually if you
wanted to, just while we’re here. Let’s make that the full image there. Lets go to ‘Advanced’. Unlink all the margins. And I could add a negative top margin. Adding a negative top margin actually brings
that up into place like that. That’s one thing we could do. I’ll just get rid of that as well. The other thing that we could do here as well
is we could go to the ‘Section’ setting. So this applies to everything in this section. And this content position we can change to
middle. Now everything sits exactly in the middle. So this is in the middle, this is in the middle. And if we look at that, then that looks ok
as well. That doesn’t look too bad. Now you can see on the next bit that we’ve
got a white section but notice that we’ve got this block of text here which is actually
in one column which goes across there. Underneath that we’ve got 3 columns and then
actually underneath that, I’ve got another 1 column with the buttons centred. So we actually have one section with a white
background. That white background section contains multiple
rows of columns stacked on top of each other and each row has a different number of columns. So let’s come back to the ‘Edit’ screen. If you click ‘Add New Section’ here, you’ll
find that you’re stuck with one row really with just the number of columns that you choose. One column, 2 columns, 3 columns. But what if you want the slightly more complex
layout that we’ve just seen? Well here’s a pro tip. Don’t click ‘Add New Section’. Instead, drag the columns widget into the
area here. Now what you’ve done now is actually created
a parent section, meaning, the parent section is the one with the white coloured background. That’s the one that gonna contain the overall
containing section that’s gonna contain all the other rows of columns that we just saw. And within that you’ve got a nested section
which contains 2 columns by default. The columns widget just gives you 2 columns
to start with. Well, let’s firstly just add a white background
to the enclosing parent section. And we’ll pop a bit of top and bottom padding
in there as well. Now let’s drag the columns widget into this
parent section. That gives us another row of 2 columns, so
this is actually gonna be our 3 column row but we’ll just set it up with 2 for now. And then let’s do that one more time. Drag the columns widget another row of 2 columns. So they’re all within the parent section. Now of course we didn’t want 3 rows each with
2 columns so to get the correct number of columns for each row we simply click the columns
heading here and delete one of these columns. So now we’ve got a 1 columns in the first
row. Then click the columns heading for this row
and this time add a column. So now we’ve got 3 columns in this row. And finally just repeat what you did for the
first row. Just delete a column. Now we can add our content. So first drag in the ‘Heading’ and then the
‘Text’. I’m not too keen on the line length here so
I’m going to add a chunk of right padding to the text widget here. I only actually want that on desktop size
screens though so I’ll click on ‘Tablet’ here to reset that padding to zero on tablet. And, as I explained earlier, mobile automatically
gets tablet settings anyway. And you can override on mobile anyway to something
different. Now drag in a ‘Heading’. And this heading was H2 and you could argue
that these are sub headings of that H2 so these would be H3s. With the text here, I’m not keen on the gap
under the heading here so let’s use our negative margin trick on the heading to pull whatever’s
under it up a bit closer. There are other ways of handling this but
this is the quickest for this video’s purposes. Now we can just duplicate that column and
duplicate it again. And then actually we’ll just get rid of the
other columns. We’ll just delete those just so that we’ve
got 3 columns there. Now I’m gonna skip changing the text on this
particular section because I think you get the idea now. Now let’s save that and then check the preview
to see how it looks. I’m pretty happy with that. Now notice that we don’t have the button here
yet, nor in the header. I haven’t forgotten. I’ll show you the button bit shortly but for
now I’ll leave this column empty here ready for it when we’ve got it. Now we need to create the sign-up form. I personally prefer the form in a popup. I think it’s cleaner and I think it converts
better than having the form directly on the page as well. And in any case all the cool kids have their
forms in popups these days so we will as well. But we need to make the form first anyway
so let’s put it on the page for now. When we’ve created it, we’ll save it as a
template so that we can then embed it in the popup. I’m using the Elementor Forms widget which
is only available with Elementor Pro. You could use something like Contact Form
7 or Gravity Forms. Anything that gives you a shortcode to place
in the popup if you want to go with the popup method. So first we drag the Forms widget into place. ‘First name’ and ‘Email’ works best for me
but you may just want the ‘Email’ field only. Give the form a name. We’re going to delete the message field. We don’t need the message field on this form. Name – leave as a text field. We’ll change the label and the placeholder
to ‘Your first name’. ‘Required’ we’ll set to ‘no’. We don’t want to block people who prefer not
to give a name. I’ll leave the column width for this field
at 100%. Just so that it’s as wide as the column that
it’s in. But you could set it to 50%. And if you set the email field to 50% too
then it just places them side by side. Email leave as an ‘Email’ field. Change to where it says ‘Your Email Address’. That’s in the label and the placeholder. Required is ‘Yes’ for the email. Input size, I think Medium looks good for
this. Labels, we’ll hide these. It looks neater. Elementor handles this really nicely actually. So, while you can’t see the labels on the
page, they’re actually still there in the code so that the form remains nicely accessible. Submit button, change the text to something
compelling to click on, something that relates to the offer. Size, I’ll set as ‘Medium’ too just so it
matches the fields. Alignment we’ll set to Justified to make it
the full available width. Icon, I don’t bother with this any more. Just because it can look a bit odd on small
screens if you’ve got a lot of text on the button. Under Emails and Options. This is where you set where the form submission
notification email goes to. You’ll want to have these sent to your email
marketing provider, which we’ll come to, but for now just set these to whatever you need. I’ll explain how to connect this to an email
marketing service soon. I actually like leaving the ‘Page URL’ in
the metadata, just so that when you get the notification email, you know which page the
form was sent from. It’s handy if you’ve got your from on multiple
pages on your site. Redirect To, this sets the URL of the ‘Thank
You’ page that somebody sees after they sign up. You just go and create that Thank You page
on your site, grab the URL and then paste that here. The webhook URL, now actually this is where
the magic happens in terms of connecting this form to your client’s email marketing service. But as I say we’ll be back to that in a bit. Now hop to the Style tab. I’ll change the button colour to something
a bit more eye-catching and just tweak the typography a touch as well. After that, that’s the basic page layout done. I missed out the final section of the landing
page that I’m basing this on, just really to keep this video to a reasonable length. As I mentioned you’ll need to hook this form
up to your client’s email provider like MailChimp, Active Campaign or Drip or maybe another service. Just so that when someone fills in the form,
the details are fired over to that service automatically. Now what I highly recommend for you here is
to hop over Chris Moore’s site, ‘Fire Up Your Online Business’. He’s got a great free tutorial video over
there showing just how easy it is to hook Elementor’s forms up to any email marketing
service using Zapier. Ok last bit. We just now need to make the popup happen. I’m going to use a free Popup Maker plugin
for this. I’ve already installed the plugin. There’s a link to it in the description, or
in your WordPress admin panel you can just go to ‘Add Plugin’ and then search for it. First job, create the popup itself. That’s in Popup Maker and ‘Add Popup’. The Popup name is just for your reference
only. Enter the popup title here. This appears in the popup itself as the headline. Theme – I like ‘Lightbox’. There are lots of other styles to play with
on the page here but I’ll let you have a play with those yourself. The popup intro text field, this is just where
you briefly repeat the offer. At this point, let’s publish the popup. We still have the form to add of course and
to do that we need to save the form as a template and grab the shortcode for for that template
and then place it into the popup itself. So let’s go and do that now. To save the form we hop back to the Elementor
page that’s got the form on it that we created earlier. So let’s save the form as a template, and
actually it’s a special kind of template because we’re saving the form widget itself, we’re
actually saving a global widget that we can save anywhere. Hover over it. Click the ‘Save’ icon. Give it a name. It’s worth mentioning here the global widgets
are another feature of the Pro version of Elementor. In the free version, you can save entire sections
as templates but this purpose here that’s not quite as clean. If you want to stick with the free version
you could create a template directly in the WordPress admin panel. If you go to ‘Elementor>My Library’, you
can create a new template there. And that template could contain just one section
which contains one column which contains the form. So that’s another way of doing it but if you’ve
got the Pro version, I think the global widget is the best way to go. Now we go to Elementor and My Library. Now if you have the Pro version you’ll see
the shortcode for the widget that we’ve just saved here. If you don’t have Pro there’s a great free
plugin called AnyWhere Elementor that provides similar functionality. Now back to your popup. Paste that shortcode into the popup content. By the way, make sure that you use the Conditions
panel here. You need to limit the code for popup appearing
on any page except the ones where you actually want to use the popup. If you don’t do this, if you don’t limit which
pages this appears on then, the code for this particular popup, it’ll actually be there
in source code, the underlying code of every page on your site which just adds a bit of
unnecessary weight to the page. Now I’m going to go to ‘Select a condition’,
selected pages. Start typing the name of the page that I’m
using this popup on and select it. And then we need to update the popup again. So that’s the popup with the form in it now. Now we need to make the actual popup happen
on the landing page itself. So go back to All Popups. Now you need to just copy the first bit here
from CSS Classes. They give you a choice of two and actually
in the popup settings you can add even more custom triggers to target whatever you want
but we don’t need that here though. Almost there, back to the landing page. You can delete the form now because we’ve
saved it as a global widget, we’ve put it in the popup so we don’t need it here on the
page anymore. Drag in a Button widget. Style it however you like then to make the
popup appear when this button’s clicked all you have to do is go to the Advanced settings
for the button. Look for CSS Classes. And all you do is paste in the CSS Class that
you copied from the All Popups page just now. Give it a test on the page. Hold your breath. Fingers and everything else crossed. And you should have a popup with a form. By the way if you ever want to edit this form
in future, global widgets aren’t actually editable in the Elementor My Library area,
unlike other templates. But all you do is you just place it back on
the page temporarily. Once you’ve edited it, just delete it from
the page again. As I say it’s not a problem if you use a library
template instead. And that’s the landing page done. A massive pat on the back for that. Well done! Don’t forget to save these landing pages as
templates down here and you can just import them again and again into any project in future. As thanks for your time I’ve two free bonuses
for you. The first is the 3 Elementor landing page
templates I showed you earlier for you to import into your own projects. I’ll also send you a bonus video showing you
how to make content upgrades. This is where the sign-up mechanism is directly
within a blog post, rather than in a separate landing page. These convert really well and are well worth
testing with your clients. Just pop to There’s a box on that page for you to tell
me where to send the bonuses. And actually, that’s an example of a content
upgrade in action. If you like this video I’d love it if you
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100 thoughts on “How to Easily Create Landing Pages in WordPress: No Developer or Paid Subscription Service Required

  1. You can also copy the code for an email form that you create in your email service provider's portal and and paste it into Elementor. I do this with aWeber

  2. It's a very fundamental basis that educators prepare the learner for what's expected — you have got that pinned down! What I mean is, you build a table of contents to what you're going to cover and then, you cover it chronologically. I like that! Great video!

  3. Sorry, but Chris's video is outdated for use with the latest Elementor. This one helped me:

  4. Hi, great info. I need some help. Can I make a pop up with an entire section? I mean designing all the pup up with different colors, etc including the form witched, instead of only doing the form?

  5. hey i am about to get elementor pro but i use an own email marketing service. Is it possible to export the emails catched with elementor form to an csv file? without integration to mailchimp …

  6. Should the popup work with ordinary sections or just forms? I tried it but it wouldn't work.
    This now works. Thanks for the video. However, I have Elementor Pro and I don't get the option to save sections as a global widgets? It always goes to save as template. Any idea why?

  7. Man, that sexy voice gets me every time! I have actually been struggling a bit with a pop-up then I remembered the best Elementor teacher and now problem solved. Thanks, Mate, keep up the great work!

  8. Very informative, Dave. Keep up the good work. I am going to buy (from your links) GP Premium and Elementor Pro this morning.

  9. Just discovered that Disable Elements is a Pro feature ($40) in Generate Press (after searching/installing to try out). Maybe you said that and I didn't catch it. Not sure. In fact Generate Press free version also seems to only offer the Henry Ford version of a menu as well – any colour as long as it's black. I do think the designers could have been just a little more generous with features that actually matter in order to get a real feel for what your site will look like if you invest in their theme. wont be buying it for that reason.

    If I am missing something I am sure someone will say.

    Like the video though – and the other couple I have watched so far. Thanks!

  10. Thanks for this video. Is it correct to assume that there is now no advantage to using Zapier if I am using MailChimp since Elementor now has MC integration?

  11. thank you so much. very clear explanation and very easy to follow. I tried creating my own opt-in page following the video.
    Here is my opt-n page I created using ELEMENTOR:

  12. Thank you so much for your sharing, Very easy to understand. Do you have any video for sales pages or webminar signup using Elementor ?

  13. can you do an update for this? I went through this and honestly I didn't feel like I could follow it all ( felt kind of silly not being able to ). I want to do a 6 section landing page but honestly was having so many issues with creating a page that had a picture in the background that fits the whole while being able to scroll up and down and then have content on top of it like an email sign up form and columns etc. I would honestly really appreciate it if you could make that video. I hired someone on fiverr to do it for me since it was honestly giving me a headache trying to figure it out but he didn't even bother doing everything that I asked for so now I feel like crap for spending the $50

  14. great tutorial, very helpful.
    just 1 problem i currently have, at 5:18 i dont have this options and many others that you have on the right side. can you tell why? thanks again

  15. Nice video.. I love it. I am new to email marketing and would like to see how you get the emails on to any email services. Can you do a video to show how you emails that are entered in wordpress are imported to any email service? Also do you have any email service that you recommend for a beginner?

  16. I learned a lot from this video. Not a techie or web designer, so there are several elements that I didn't understand like CSS and padding. I feel much more confident about what I'm doing now. Thank You Very Much!!!!!!!!

  17. My basic elementor plugin does not have the page settings link to create a empty canvas. Do I have to go pro to get that link?

  18. Many thanks, I've been looking for "hubspot landing page url" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Doniden Landify Pages – (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got amazing success with it.

  19. Thanks mate! Complete, yet simple instructions; awesome coach/instructor. BTW, being a Yank, I always dig the UK pronunciation of the English language. God bless and take care!

  20. Total GARBAGE …. You didn't tell me how to hook up to my autoresponder service. These forms are TOTALLY WORTHLESS if they can't be used …. You clowns who keep making these landing page videos seem to be too stupid to realize that fact. I am damn tired of following along in the videos only to find it doesn't work in the end. How about showing people how to hook it up first so they don't waste their time ….. What a novel idea!!!

  21. Do you still use design build for your drip marketing or do you have a better one?

  22. Great Video Dave! ive Subscribed to your channel and site has i love working with Pros like you… many thanks mate, Andy

  23. wow, seems really complicated..the Elementor thing is a plug in of wordpress or what? I don't understand how to use wordpress nor the Elementor..

  24. I came here because it says no paid subscription service. Then when you finally get to forms you say it need elementor pro, and doesn't showcase any of ther other free methods. No offense, but you're an asshole and wasted 20 min of my time. If you're going to say free, show us how to do it the free way. Your tutorial is clear and crisp, but that doesn't make you less of an asshole.

  25. What is the purpose of using Zapier if you can simple integrate the form in Elementor Pro with MailChimp directly ? It seems like an extra unnecessary step. Am I missing something ?

  26. This Tutorial is really great, thanks for your effort in explaining it straight but in every necessary detail! Could you suggest a good tutorial video for creating a Thank you page after people subscribed to my E-Mail Nesletter on the landing page? That would be awesome!

  27. Hey,
    generatepress option is now paid.. i can not hide the top bar and other things. Do you have any other alternative for that.

  28. The title just about says free & then you mention using Elementor Pro saying there are free ones out there – what, where, … are the free ones to build a funnel?

  29. Excellent Vid!! thank you, so clearly and directly explained … one thought: I couldn't find blank canvas in the free version of Elementor so I queried the web and blank canvas can be found on the WordPress Edit Page under Page Attributes select Template and from the drop down menu select Elementor Canvas. Cheers Howard

  30. Thank you for your video, it is very good indeed! However, there is one thing I would like to mention that it was a bit misleading for me, a beginner in this matter. I do have to pay for subscription to have access to that plugin. As stated in the wordpress support page "Uploading custom plugins is only supported with a Business plan, not with our other plans…". I saw in another blog: " users cannot install plugins unless they upgrade to the business plan which costs about $299 per year. If you are on a free, personal, or premium plan, then you cannot install third-party plugins." Are you doing it in another way?

  31. Dave i love your content, i have subscribed to you and i dont know how to import all the sales funnel you sent. Haha can you do a video?

  32. Thanks dear I watched your video and like it , you are good trainer. I am new on WordPress and learning. I want to build a website but I have no enough money to purchase pro version of the elementor. I watch videos and learning. Thanks

  33. I was a bit thrown off by your intro (horrible lighting and sound), but I stuck with it. You're amazing! Love your accent. (Well, I'm American, so you have an accent to my ears haha). Thumbs-up, mate.

  34. love the video thanks for that signed up but one small problem on your landing page you need to check it out

  35. You said that Elementor works with every template. I'm using it with Kallyas and, when I create a new page, the latter automatically loads the header from Kallyas and there's no way to get rid of it, apparently. Do you know of any ways to avoid this problem? Thanks!

  36. So what’s the deal with WordPress asking to buy a 4$-25$ plus a month paid annually to use plugins? I’m confused. Do I still need to buy this first then get elementor?

  37. Awesome tutorial. I am using free version of Elementor. Is it the reason I do not see Elementor Canvas option in my settings?

  38. Wow this is the best teaching video I have ever seen, you were going on a very good pase, to many videos on YouTube rushes and not to clear. Kudos!!!

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