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hen we launch a startup, product, or service, one of the first things to do is to let the world know about what is coming up by creating a Landing Page. According to Wikipedia, a Landing Page also known as an online marketing page, lead capture page, static page, or a destination page, is ideally a single web page that appears as an action to clicking on a search result, marketing promotion, marketing email, or an online advertisement.

There have been landing page creators and generators for a long while. Most of them have ideally been LowCode or NoCode, so we wanted to put together a list of a few of the Landing Page Generator platforms, which we believe are extremely simple and stays true to the NoCode value.
The below are in no specific ranking or order and just a listing of the ones that NoCode Journal team has used and had an opinion.
1.      Unicorn Platform
2.      Launchaco
3.      Carrd
4.      Versoly
5.      Landingi
6.      Landen

Unicorn Platform‚Äć

Unicorn Platform is an ultra-modern landing page builder best suited for startups, solo-entrepreneurs, and hackers. Ideally, you can use the full power on the free plan or even pay to connect your domain.
We have built 3 Landing Pages using the Unicorn Platform, and it's the easiest of all the products that we have used. It has enough component templates available to build a page with all the regular items like Hero Image, Email Intake, Contact Form, Pricing Page, and different content sections. The colors and font styles are straightforward to choose from a fixed set of options.
You have the option to move to your own Custom Domain for the paid version, and the ability to edit online and immediately publish on the production version is swift. At the current moment, there is the ability to Integrate with Mailchimp, Stripe, and Zapier.

Launchaco

Launchaco is the simplest way to build a website for your startup. Of course, it does mean Landing Pages as well.
One of the things we like about Launchaco is the lack of options. When there are too many options, it often gets more confusing for beginners and folks new to the NoCode space. Launchaco does an excellent job of walking through options with its users, enabling them to get quickly to building something production-ready.
Here again, you can choose from WebApp or Mobile App or something else that you are trying to build, select the type of color palette, the font style, and start seeing the page and make changes to the text and images in a few clicks. It allows you to choose the Name, Heading, SubHeading, and visuals and get the page built.

‚ÄćCarrd

Carrd is defined as a Simple, free, fully responsive one-page site creator for pretty much anything. Whether it's a personal profile, a landing page to capture emails, or something a bit more elaborate, Carrd has you covered.
Carrd has multitudes of templates to create the one-page website and the ability to update these or start with a blank canvas itself. These templates are pre-built mobile responsive so that you don't have to worry about how it looks on various devices, and you can try your hand at building sites at least three sites for free before you think of paying for it.
In the paid version, you can have your own Custom Domain, remove the Carrd branding, and add Forms. You can also use various integrations (MailChimp, Revue, ConvertKit, MailerLite) and the ability to embed custom code and widgets from third-party services like Stripe, PayPal, Gumroad, Typeform, and more.

Versoly

Versoly brands itself as a SaaS Focused Website Builder, which helps you quickly build beautiful landing pages and websites that convert without using any code.
Versoly is in some ways similar to the Unicorn Platform, wherein its build around using design blocks to bring in pre-defined block-based sections or components of the landing page. You can do all of the editing needed without using code, but just in case you do need it, there is an HTML/CSS editor to add custom features. From what we have tried, you can create customized components for most of the Landing Page needs without the need for any code.
One of the reasons why we at NoCodeJournal tried Versoly was for its page speeds. Even when we were building Wordpress and PHP websites, Page Speed has been something we were hyper-focused.  Finding a NoCode tool that has the same kind of focus was very important for us.

‚ÄćLandigi

‚ÄćLandigi brands itself as the landing page generator where you don't need any programming skills to create and optimize your custom landing pages. Helping convert traffic from your digital campaigns into customers.
One of the features of Landigi, which impressed us here at NoCode Journal, was the quantum of landing page templates to choose from, on the last count, more than 200+. It has a simple to use drag and drop editor, which is mobile responsive, has its inbuilt image library.
One of the features that we at NoCodeJournal has used the most has the been the ability to clone a landing page. Especially when working with multiple startups with generic needs, it helps to have something to clone.

Landen

Landen brands itself as the website builder made for startups. It helps you quickly generate, edit, and publish beautiful websites and landing pages for your startup, all without using code.
One of the things that differentiate Landen from the rest of the landing page generators is that it is a copy first tool, which means even with very minimal design skills, you can get a landing page with excellent copy. It has a lot of pre-built illustrations, images, videos, icons as well as a choice of fonts and styles to make your landing page look great.
Some of the aspects of the Landen Landing Page generator, which we at NoCode Journal use a lot, are the logistics like SSL using Lets Encrypt, usage of CDN, hosted on ultrafast AWS servers and using cache for faster response.

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