Whether you’re wrangling landing pages for your clients, multiple brick-and-mortar locations, or your growing marketing team, sub-accounts is the way to stay organized (and sane).
While Leadpages sub-accounts isn’t a new feature, it continues to be one of our most useful for those who need more than one account for making landing pages, creating lead magnets, and building their business.
Tune in to the video above or keep reading to learn how sub-accounts can help your business stay organized.
What is a sub-account?
Sub-accounts are fully functional accounts that are connected to your main account. This means they have the same features and integrations that are available with any other Leadpages account.
These accounts are connected to your main account, so even if you have more sub-accounts than you can shake a stick at, you can manage all of them under one login. This means no more trying to keep track of dozens of logins with dozens of passwords.
Who can use sub-accounts?
Sub-accounts are available to anyone subscribed to an annual or 2-year Advanced plan. But, when it comes to who gets the most out of sub-accounts, there isn’t just one answer. After all, this feature exists as a direct result of high demand from our customers who had many ideas for how to use sub-accounts.
A few scenarios where you’ll find sub-accounts are worth their weight in gold:
1. You run a business with multiple locations
Sub-accounts make it possible for each individual store to have its own account while still being managed by a marketing team or owner. This enables each store to create landing pages that are specific to its market.
Even if your shops are just across town, your customers could vary drastically. Speak to them directly with more personalized landing pages in a sub-account for each location.
2. You own an agency with many clients using landing pages
If you run an agency that builds landing pages for clients, sub-accounts can make managing landing pages more, well, manageable.
This is an especially useful feature as your list of clients grows. If you only have a couple of clients you build landing pages for right now, you might not think it’s much of a headache to keep track of a few different login names and passwords. But juggling dozens of client accounts can become messy—fast.
Setting up sub-accounts makes it possible to keep all your clients’ accounts in one place that’s easily accessible. No mess, no headache, and no more delays in your everyday operations from fumbling through lists of login names.
What’s more, is that sub-accounts can ease the client-agency relationship. If your client wants to dig into their landing pages, you can provide them with their own login information so they can easily get into their account (and only their account).
3. You’re looking for a landing page software for your marketing team
Whether you are the owner of your business or you’re the head of marketing at a larger company, finding tools that can meet the needs of your whole team can be a challenge.
With sub-accounts, you can allow multiple users in an organization to have their own accounts and logins.
That means the marketing team working on Project A can have a login separate from the team working on Project B, all while you have one login to oversee it all. Make sure landing pages for different projects are on-schedule and on-point from one main account.
Finally, all your Leadpages accounts under one roof
Are sub-accounts your answer to managing more than one Leadpages account?
With every Advanced Leadpages subscription, you get five free sub-accounts. To see if this feature is a fit for your agency or marketing strategy, try the Advanced Leadpages plan for free for 14 days.
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