I get asked a lot what my favorite tools and resources are for people who want to design their own sales pages, so I wanted to do a big roundup post today.
What’s a page builder? It’s basically a theme or a plugin that includes a visual editor, which allows you to be able to see what you’re building as you build it. No HTML or CSS skills required.
Why should you use one? It makes is extremely easy for you to create and update your sales page yourself without needing to call in a developer to save you.
This is my go-to sales page builder for WordPress. It has all of the functionality you need to design a gorgeous sales page for your offer, including a countdown timer (both date-based and evergreen), drag and drop editor, mobile-friendly designs and so much more!
This is my second favorite WordPress page builder. This software used to be super clunky and unmanageable but they’ve really stepped up their game in the past year.
This is the premiere place for feminine and professional stock photos. Shay led the charge when it comes to this style of photo you now see everywhere. Her photos are a little pricier but have a ton of quality to them. My favorite part about this site is the Shop by Color feature.
This is a membership style stock photo library and currently the one I’m subscribed to. She comes out with new images every month and they’re always gorgeous. Prices start at $75 for a 3-month subscription.
This is another stock photo subscription service and very similar in style to the Haute Chocolate photos. Prices start at $30 for a 3-month subscription, but you don’t get as many photos each month (usually around 30, compared to the 50+ you get with the Haute Chocolate subscription), so if you don’t need as many, then this is a great option.
This is now my go-to place for single stock photos. They’re affordable and there are so many options now that you’ll definitely be able to find something that fits your brand. Some of my favorite shops are TwigyPosts, White Hart Design Co, Floral Deco and Linea Mae.
Fonts can really set your sales page apart from others out there, if used right. I recommend sticking to 2-3 fonts, max. Any more than that and your page will become very distracting, very quickly.
All of the page builders I mentioned above are fully integrated with Google Fonts, so you don’t even need to worry about importing any custom fonts.
If you want to use a more custom font on your sales page, I recommend Typekit.
If you want to include some desktop, iphone or ipad mockups on your sales page, here are my favorite resources for creating your own.
If you’re comfortable using Photoshop, I recommend buying a mockup template on Creative Market and inserting your screenshot. Some photos you’ll need to manually create your desktop screen and all that, but there are many on there that include “smart objects” which make it very easy to insert your screenshot with a couple clicks.
This is an online software app that lets you drag your screenshot onto the picture and PlaceIt will do all the work for you. The mockups aren’t as pretty as the ones you’ll find on Creative Market, but these are much easier to create if you aren’t comfortable using Photoshop.
Very similar to PlaceIt.net, but this site doesn’t have as many options of stock photos to choose from, although I think the options are a little more stylish.
We all love a good icon. These are all great options:
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