How to Use Leadpages with Your Clients

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Transcript: For anyone looking to use Leadpages with clients and better organize their Leadpages and Leadboxes® sub-accounts are a fantastic option.

So if you have one account you could publish Leadpages on any of your clients websites and host them all in the same Leadpages account.

However if you’d like to keep each client’s pages separate, you could use sub-accounts.

Sub-accounts are fully functional Pro accounts that are connected to your main Leadpages account. Just as with your main Leadpages account, you’ll be able to publish to Facebook, WordPress, LeadPages’ servers, or your own servers with any of your sub-accounts.

Sub-accounts are handy if you want to provide clients with log-in information for their account, or if you have multiple clients using the same email service provider. For example, imagine you had 2 clients using MailChimp accounts. You could connect 1 instance of MailChimp to your main account, and connect the other instance to a sub-account. This way you can integrate with multiple email lists with ease.

Sub-accounts are also effective for businesses that have multiple locations, such as retail franchises. A marketing team could manage the main account and give sub-accounts to every store location so they can use Leadpages in a way specific to their market.

Billy Gene of Billy Gene Is Marketing Inc. utilizes more than 100 sub-accounts on behalf of his clients. Billy says:

“We are a white-label agency, so it helps us stay organized by keeping our client accounts in one place that’s easily accessible from our main Leadpages account.”

Marketing professionals, agencies, and people with only a few clients can all utilize sub-accounts.

If you’re ready to add sub-accounts, you can purchase them by clicking on the sub-accounts bar at the top of your Leadpages member portal.

If you’re not a Leadpages customer, you can sign up today. You’ll have access to hundreds of professionally designed templates that you can customize in minutes without ever having to touch a line of code.