Landing Page Gallery

What is a landing page?

A landing page serves as a focused destination to encourage visitors to complete a specific action (filling out a form) in exchange for something of value (e.g. receive a coupon, sign up for a newsletter, get a quote for services, etc.).

Landing pages are ideal for:

  • Promotions lasting 12 months or less
  • Campaign specific marketing that requires a single page (separate from corporate website)
  • Basic, email-based form submission or click to call is the desired call-to-action
  • Landing Page needs where a template can be used
  • No integration to third-party systems is required*

*This landing page product does not include API connections to third party databases. Integration is supported, but you must reach out to the enterprise web development team, who will do so at an additional cost.

Development Timeline

Development of a landing page happens in 3 stages:

  1. Initial design and development of the first proof
  2. Corrections and final approval
  3. Optimization: add Google Analytics and fine tune the page for mobile devices. This happens after the page is approved.

Once a page is live, updates are allowed through the life of the page. Please refer to the Page Edit Guidelines for details.

Turnaround Times
First proof 5 business days
Corrections 36 hours
Optimization 36 hours
Live updates (after launch) 36 hours

Template Options

Template 1

Template 2

Template 3

Template 4

Template 5

Template 6

Template 7


  • 1 web page, hosted for 12 months, includes:
    • Custom URL
    • Live text
    • Images
    • Form
    • “thank you” page
  • Design that is responsive to accommodate all screen sizes
  • Additional functionality can include:
    • Photo gallery – max 1
    • Embedded/downloadable files – max 3
    • Embedded video – max 1
    • Google map – max 1
    • Clicks to external links
  • Edits to the page through its lifetime


Page Edit Guidelines

Once a landing page is live, it can receive updates through its lifetime within the following scope:

  • Text changes
  • Image swaps
  • Color swaps

The following changes to a live page will incur an upcharge:

  • Changing the URL
  • Rearranging content
  • Adding additional content
  • Design modifications, which include, but are not limited to:
    • changing button styles
    • adding animation
    • modifying type or image styling
  • add or remove form fields