SeedProd Launches Landing Page Builder

SeedProd, the leading coming soon page page plugin, has just launched their landing page builder. This marks SeedProd’s transition from a coming soon page plugin to a landing page builder and puts them in-between a maintenance mode plugin and a page builder. And the page builder market is saturated. (Check out our in-depth guide on the best WordPress page builders)

SeedProd vs Coming Soon & Maintenance Mode Plugin: How do they compare?

As time is short due to projects that needs to be delivered during this pandemic, I’m unable to do an in-depth review of the latest iteration of SeedProd for now. But here goes a quick one.

When compared to WebFactory’s Coming Soon & Maintenance Mode plugin, SeedProd’s page builder capability puts it ahead, especially if you are looking for beautiful designs. It’s landing pages looks more polished when compared to WebFactory’s plugin. In fact, it feels a bit like Elementor.

seedprod's landing page builder looks sleek

WebFactory’s Coming Soon plugin makes up for this by allowing you to designate any page as a coming soon page. This enables you to create pages with powerful page builders such as Elementor, Beaver Builder or Divi. Or just plain Gutenberg. If you have the agency license, you are also able to remotely control and monitor all your sites from WebFactory’s Coming Soon website’s dashboard.

Read: Coming Soon & Maintenance Mode Plugin Review

But SeedProd isn’t just focusing on coming soon and maintenance mode nowadays. I like its ability to create beautiful 404 pages – which has been lacking in all my sites. But why stop there when you can create thank you pages, lead squeeze pages and more? This makes SeedProd useful for developers who are trying to move away from regular page builders for the various landing pages on the site. Why install a heavy page builder when you can have something lightweight?

What we hope to see in the future

Will SeedProd eventually become a full-fledged page builder like Elementor and Beaver Builder? It is hard to say, but with Awesome Motive’s resources, they can finance the development of the plugin to compete with the big boys. We like to see A/B Testing and integration with plugins such as WP Fusion, Groundhogg and FluentCRM.

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Leo Koo
I run a small agency building and maintaining turnkey and bespoke WordPress sites. I also review WordPress plugins and digital marketing tools while running this site and the WPStarters Facebook Group. Do swing by and say hi :)
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