I’m not sure if this is really a “problem” per se, but after using the HELL out of Unbounce over the last few weeks, it became apparent to me that while a really awesome tool, I’m not sure it’s conducive to running hundreds, or even thousands of landing pages. I’m running 13 and some have multiple variants. To run lots and lots of landing page campaigns, I think I need:
- Search - I need to search for pages based on titles rather than scroll through them all. (not sure if the system paginates, but I would assume it could run pretty slow with lots of pages and variations).
- Group - along with searching, I need to just create a “groups” of pages. Then it would be nice to replicate the whole dang group. I found myself creating duplicate landing pages for affiliates, when all I really wanted to do was duplicate 5 pages and put a new header on them. This shouldn’t take me a long time to do.
- Easy duplication - It’s a little hard to duplicate pages (they way I want to). Sure, you can do it from a top level, or on a variant level, but what if I want to copy a variant to a new top level page?
- Let me duplicate JS by doing an include - unless I duplicate the page, I have to re-enter all the js snippets I have running (3 on each page). I just loaded 5 new pages and had to copy it all in and it took quite some time, and I’m almost positive I made a mistake somewhere.
- I noticed I kept making the same common elements on each landing page, like FAQ’s, about the company, same header with phone number, etc. Maybe let me save a Page Section so I can simply include into a new page later on.
- I’d also like to clear the results for a single variant, and not the whole group. That, or do the exclude my IP thing because I keep hitting the page multiple times for corrections even after publishing.
And let me add as a final note that what I’m asking for may not even be part of the business model for UB, and maybe 98% of people want to just throw up a page or two - this is perfectly fine. I seem to be needing it for lots and lots of pages, so this seems like a viable problem to solve, either way.
I think that’s all…thanks for listening