10 Beta Launch Templates for Startups
If you’ve got a web startup about to launch, chances are you’re looking for a simple, cheap way to gather signups for your beta. If you’re not, you should. Most web startups can stay in development for up to a year, and you need to capture leads before your launch.
Here are 10 beta launch templates for startups:
This was the BEST beta signup and launch template I came across, so I rated it number 1. What’s so great about this one? For $6 it includes a one-click install WordPress theme (for the non-techies), as well as the HTML version. For more advanced users, it comes complete with the MYSQL mailing database. Easy to use features include a built in beta sign up form, social media buttons, a countdown to launch, a development progress bar, and of course…customizable fonts and logos.
The Big Bang
A neat animated rocket style launch template perfect for a beta. It includes a countdown timer, subscribe form, twitter, and facebook buttons built in.
This launch template includes all the goodies: a countdown to launch, twitter & facebook buttons, and a subscribe form. And yes, that is a customizable background. Maybe add a picture of your team hard at work?
LauncherX comes in 3 different colors for your beta startup template- black, red, and blue. Also includes sexy popup forms, social buttons, subscribe, and contact form.
Another rocket beta launch theme. But this one’s pretty cool looking. Comes in 5 different colors, countdown to launch, beta signup form, etc.
I really liked this one, it actually comes in 8 different colors. Simple, clean, mysterious. Comes with a place to upload your startup’s logo, a short description, and a form to gather beta signups.
Notifyme is just a very very simple signup form. For the beta startups not looking for a lot of hype.
Launch is a sleek & clean launch page template for a startup. It includes a countdown timer and MailChimp integration for all you Mail Chimp fans.
Launch pad is truly a launch pad. What makes this one different is you can include a video, task completion list, etc for others to view the progress of your beta. You can also go light or dark, or choose a number of different colors. Cool stuff.
Last, but not least, Wood is a beta signup page for smartphone apps. You don’t have to use it for an app either, since it comes with 3 different layout options.