If you give FrontMeter a casual glance, you’ll end up thinking that it’s an old-school service, outdated and useless. But if you take a minute to look at this professional software templates, you’ll see that its results are quite aligned with its competitors. Yes, its website may look a little forsaken and come straight from the early 2000s, but the quality of FrontMeter landing pages satisfied us.
Apart from its amateurish look, FrontMeter has most of the features you’d like to see in this product category: you can publish your landing pages on every domain you need; integrate their forms with the usual email marketing suspects; A/B testing and analytics; responsive code, and much more. They support heat tools, which are web apps that measure which part of your page attracts more interactions with your audience. Although that’s not really a feature – this kind of web apps can analyze every kind of page, on every kind of CMS – it’s nice that FrontMeter reminds us that they exist.
Another good selling point is its pricing: FrontMeter is a one-time fee piece of software (and at the time of this review it’s heavily discounted). Its developers claim that they release major updates “occasionally” and that those updates are included in FrontMeter costs.
We suggest that you try FrontMeter out, and don’t settle on its website second-rate look.
|Usability: 7 /10||Speed: 7 /10||Features: 6.5 /10||Support: 5.5 /10||Pricing: 6 /10|