instapage review

Why choose instapage


Increase visitor engagement and conversions with unique landing page experiences for every ad and target audience.


Optimize your post-click landing pages for higher conversions with detailed heatmaps, A/B and multivariate testing, and robust analytics.

Page Speed

Capture visitor attention right away with lightning-fast landing pages that load near instantly.


Today less than 4% of ad clicks turn into conversions. We believe that every potential customer should receive a personalized and conversion-optimized landing page after engaging with an online advertisement. With an average customer conversion rate of 16%, we’re already making this a reality.

Our story From the very beginning we’ve been focused on helping teams and agencies increase conversions and lower the cost of customer acquisition. We started out empowering customers to do this by giving them the power to make beautiful landing pages quickly. From the lessons these successes taught us, we envisioned a new path forward for the digital advertising industry at large.

Our future We enable our customers to create, personalize, and optimize landing pages at scale, in minutes, without a developer. With our unique combination of teams and technology, we’re making that world a reality.



Your website files and images need to be sent to each visitor that you receive. Webnode limits the amount of data that you can send each month (1 GB, 3 GB & 10 GB) for the different plans (Limited, Mini & Standard). 1 GB of bandwidth will more or less last for 1000 visitors per month.

GDPR, or the General Data Protection Regulation, is a directive of the European Union on privacy and the treatment of personal data approved in 2016. It went into full effect on May 25, 2018. It replaced all previous privacy directives dating back to 1995. The GDPR regulates how individuals and organizations may obtain, use, store, and eliminate personal data and allows you to explicitly accept or decline such use.

The GDPR extends consumer privacy consent and protection for European citizens and governs how organizations handle their personal information.

Organizations must be compliant with the seven rights of EU/EEA citizens and what those rights mean.

1. Right to transparent communication – to communicate where personal data goes

2. Right to basic information – to provide reasons why and how personal data is used

3. Right to access – to provide access to your own personal data

4. Right to be forgotten – to delete personal data by request

5. Right to restrict processing – to restrict usage of personal data by request

6. Right to data portability – to transfer personal data between platforms

7. Right to object to processing – to restrict processing and usage of personal data

We collect a variety of information so that you can use our platform.

Primary information like your full name and email address is necessary so you can use and have an account with Instapage. You may choose to share more information such as company name and phone number.

We also ask your consent on a range of other information including, but not limited to, IP address; approximate location; in-app usage around features; page use, design, and content; login information; browser type and version; time zone setting; device information; operating system and version; cookie data; and payment transactions.

Finally, we also collect Third Party information. For example, if you connect with a Google account, we receive the information necessary to authenticate that it’s you. Other Third Party information may also include demographic data or fraud detection information. Another type of information we get may relate to your experiences and interactions from our partner ad networks.

We ensure all data is safely encrypted and meets the standards laid out by the GDPR so that any personal information we collect is safely warehoused according to the articles laid out in the GDPR Chapter 5.

The essence of the GDPR is about increasing transparency and adding consumer privacy protections. This means explaining in plain language how you collect and use any personal data. The GDPR also means ensuring that you can manage and securely store their data. Just as we have updated our policies, we recommend that you update your privacy policy to clearly lay out the use of personal data. Users also have the right to consent to these uses so you must include the ability to opt-in to gathering lead data and cookies. For cookie management we suggest presenting customers with a cookie solution to manage opting in to tracking cookies.

Disclaimer: The information we provide here is informational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice. We strongly advise that in order to assure complete compliance to seek out professional legal advice or refer to the appropriate data supervisory authority for more details on how to comply.