Toolbox 4 WordPress Themes And PluginsI’ve recently had a lot of questions about exactly which tools I use to create squeeze pages, sales page and membership sites.

I think these have been prompted in part by my recent post explaining that I am not using OptimizePress 2.0 in my business.

So here are 4 short videos which walk you through the key WordPress tools (3 plugins and 1 theme) that I use.

I’ve also included some real life examples and split testing results which I think you’ll find interesting 😉

1. LeadPages

This is probably the fastest and easiest way to create high converting pages for your web-business. In this video you’ll also see how I used it to get a 21% increase in optins…


2. Hybrid Connect

This has the most amazing point-and-click design system. Out of all the tools this is the one I love using the most! Great for split testing on your blog as well…


3. InstaBuilder

Not perfect this one but still very useful and as you’ll see it’s especially good for sales pages. Another split test result here with a simple change in page design that took me about 3 minutes leading to an almost doubling in conversions…


4. Canvas by WooThemes

This is brilliant to create niche blogs, membership sites and download areas for products you sell.

I should point out that you can simply use a plugin such as InstaBuilder to create your entire members area. However, my personal choice is to use Canvas as it’s just so nice to work with and gives a brilliant feel for customers…

Canvas by WooThemes
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Here’s the link to the step by step tutorials in the GHG members area: EXACTLY How To Build a Membership Site In 11 Steps. If you’re not already a member you can get instant access here.

If I had to use only ONE of these tools…?!

This is tough but on balance if I was forced to run my business just with one of tools we have looked at in the videos above then I’d have to say LeadPages. If I was allowed 2 then I’d also choose HybridConnect.

Did you find this useful? Please Like/Tweet if so and also drop comments and/or any questions you have below. Kind regards, Rob 🙂