Unbounce Landing Pages

Description

With Unbounce’s landing page plugin for WordPress, marketers can create fully customized landing pages for
their campaigns and publish them to their existing WordPress sites.

To publish landing pages on your WordPress website:

  1. Build your landing page in Unbounce, the world’s most powerful landing page builder
  2. Publish your page to WordPress using this very plugin
  3. Manage all your WordPress landing pages through the plugin’s interface
  4. Edit and update all your landing pages from Unbounce’s page builder. They’ll automatically get updated on your WordPress site

Unbounce allows you to customize your landing pages to match your brand perfectly. The WYSIWYG builder allows
for quick and easy page editing. With the Unbounce WordPress Landing Page Plugin, you can launch your landing
page on your own domain without ever talking to I.T. Try it for a month for free!

More than 10,000 digital marketers use Unbounce. Some of the features they love the most include:

  • Publish pages to your WordPress domain
  • A team of Customer Success coaches that are easy to reach when you need help
  • 80+ free templates (plus more on ThemeForest)
  • Complete customizability of the desktop and mobile layouts
  • Built in A/B testing features
  • Integrations with the tools marketers use – MailChimp, SalesForce, Hubspot & more
  • Easy Google Analytics tagging & event tracking
  • Plus much more

Screenshots

  • Build your landing page in Unbounce, the world’s most powerful landing page builder.
  • Publish your page to WordPress using this very plugin.
  • View all of your WordPress landing pages in the plugin’s interface and easily manage them in Unbounce.
  • Edit and update all your landing pages from Unbounce’s page builder. They’ll automatically get updated on your WordPress site.

Installation

  1. Create a WordPress domain in Unbounce
  2. Install this plugin through the WordPress store
  3. Activate this plugin after installation completes

OR

  1. Create a WordPress domain in Unbounce
  2. Upload the zip file via the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Activate this plugin after installation completes

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Create a WordPress domain in Unbounce
  2. Install this plugin through the WordPress store
  3. Activate this plugin after installation completes

OR

  1. Create a WordPress domain in Unbounce
  2. Upload the zip file via the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Activate this plugin after installation completes
Do I need an Unbounce account?

Yes. You need to sign up for Unbounce in order to publish pages. To publish Unbounce pages to your
Unbounce site, you will need to add a WordPress domain in Unbounce. For example, if you WordPress
site is available at www.example.com, you will need to add www.example.com and publish pages in
Unbounce to that domain for them to be visible on your WordPress site.

Do I need to log in to Unbounce?

Yes, after installing and activating this plugin, you will need to go “Unbounce Pages” in the admin
section and click “Authorize With Unbounce.” You will then be sent to Unbounce where you need to
log in. You must log in as an Unbounce user that has access to the Client that has the current
domain in Unbounce, or you will need to authorize again as an authorized user before the plugin
will function.

Does this plugin fetch any data from Unbounce?

Yes, this plugin will pull information from Unbounce’s servers regarding which pages you have
published from Unbounce to your WordPress site. Any pages that you have published to your WordPress
site in Unbounce will be fetched from Unbounce’s servers and displayed on your WordPress site.
If you have a page published in Unbounce and are using the same URL for a WordPress Page, the
Unbounce page will be displayed, not the WordPress page.

Does this plugin send any data to Unbounce?

No, not by default. This plugin as an optional “debug” mode which will send diagnostic information to
Unbounce when switched on. This feature is disabled when you install the plugin. An Unbounce Customer
Success Coach may request that you turn the debug feature on if you are experiencing issues with the plugin
to help track down the issue.

Unbounce Pages are loading, but my conversions are not being tracked

This is typically caused by caching responses which affects how users are assigned unique identifiers.
You should add a rule to your cache to avoid caching Unbounce Pages which have the HTTP header “X-Unbounce-Plugin”.

Reviews

It works fine for me. 😀

Yes, Unbounce is a subscription service, but this plugin is a freebie, remarkably easy to use, and works beautifully for me. If you’re using Unbounce to build your landing or squeeze pages, get this.

Works Awesome

Ya it clearly says in the description free but should be more prominent. Been using a long time, so nice to fire off landing pages so easy.

Impressed

I am really impressed by how easy this was.

There was simply just one button. Kudos to the developers.

Super easy! Thank you!

It took me about 30 seconds to setup my Unbounce landing page with my WordPress site URL. This is super usefull.

Fo anyone confused by W0rldw4r’s “not free” comment, this plugin is indeed free.

Unbounce is a paid web app for building landing pages (it’s awesome, I love it) I am a designer and marketer and I use it everyday. When I publish a new landing page I normally setup a subdomain for the landing pages, but that’s not my favorite thing.

This plugin let’s you use your WordPress site’s domain to direct traffic to your Unbounce page as if it were part of your WordPress site. For example, in 30 seconds I setup my landing page to to be accessed from a sub-directory (mywebsite.com/promotion) instead of (promotion.mywebsite.com)

Suuuuper helpful. Thanks

Read all 8 reviews

Contributors & Developers

“Unbounce Landing Pages” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.34

  • New diagnostics entry for SSL’s SNI Support on WordPress installations
  • Better

1.0.33

  • Improved support for PHP 7.1

1.0.32

  • Fix support for PHP 5.3

1.0.31

  • Un-released 1.0.30 (same as 1.0.29)

1.0.30

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.29

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.28

  • Disables the unbounce plugin when editing drafts as a logged in user.

1.0.27

  • Add a custom header “X-Unbounce-Plugin: 1” to identify all pages served by the plugin to support cache invalidation.

1.0.26

  • Minor fix

1.0.25

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.24

  • Improves support for installations using SSL
    • is_ssl() has higher precedence for determing protocol of content to serve

1.0.23

  • Add optional support for web servers with a load balancer or proxy that is on a different network
    • This feature can be enabled with the ub-allow-public-address-x-forwarded-for option
    • This feature may decrease the effectiveness of spam detection in some cases, and should only be enabled if absolutely necessary

1.0.22

  • Add global UB_ENABLE_LOCAL_LOGGING to enable/disable debug logging of Unbounce Plugin

1.0.21

  • Fixes some multi-site compatibility issues

1.0.20

  • Revert changes in 1.0.19

1.0.19

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.18

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.17

  • Fixes some multi-site compatibility issues

1.0.16

  • Update compatibility information and changelog

1.0.15

  • Added support for rounded corners, gradients, and transparency on IE 8

1.0.14

  • Minor improvements
  • Added support for viewing page variants directly (i.e. a.html, b.html, etc)

1.0.13

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.11

  • Add support for earlier versions of curl on WP installs (<7.30)
  • Increased timeout for proxying pages
  • Updated plugin description and diagnostics page

1.0.10

  • Minor bug fix

1.0.9

  • Minor bug fixes

1.0.6

  • Fixed a bug with how checkbox values were being sent

1.0.4

  • Add support for POSTS to landing page URLS
  • Minor bug fixes

1.0.3

  • Added a diagnostics page

1.0.2

  • Fix bug with Unbounce accounts that have more than 50 domains

1.0.1

  • Updated plugin description readme

1.0.0

  • Bug fixes for authorization and caching issues.
  • No longer in beta!

0.1.19

  • This release introduces the requirement to authorize your installation with Unbounce. After installing
    you will need to go “Unbounce Pages” in the admin section and click “Authorize With Unbounce.” You
    will then be sent to Unbounce where you need to log in. You must log in as an Unbounce user that
    has access to the Client that has the current domain in Unbounce, or you will need to authorize
    again as an authorized user before the plugin will function.
  • Fixes compatibility issues with caching plugins such as ZenCache, W3 Total Cache, and WP Super Cache

0.1.1

  • Initial release