Showcase: 7 Inspiring Populr Marketing Pages

When it comes down to it, we can spend all day telling you how Populr is a good solution to your marketing needs. But, we would rather show you.

Here are 7 of our favorite POPs created for marketing purposes.

1. Clio, the invisible speaker, creates a comprehensive marketing page.


“Enjoy room-filling panoramic sound and the freedom of wireless connectivity with the first décor-friendly speaker that uses Edge Motion® technology to disappear into the aesthetic of any room or style.”

Why we like it: This POP has great call to action buttons and excellent visuals throughout the page.

2. Wannado, A Mobile App Startup, publishes a press release.


“Nashville technology startup Wannado launches its new app of the same name today, offering Nashville a new way to discover the city.”

Why we like it: Check out the custom background that has a way of branding even something as boring as a press release.

3. Creative agency, Centresource, promotes an event.


“Join us and our friends as Nibletz and The Skillery to celebrate the New Nashville.”

Why we like it: Check out the embedded Eventbrite sign up form to make RSVP’s easy and Google map to help attendees easily find the location.

4. A not-for-profit launches a donation page.


“Do It For The Love is a non-profit, wish-granting organization bringing people in advanced stages of life threatening illnesses, children with severe challenges and wounded veterans to live concerts.”

Why we like it: Great custom banner, donate button and embedded video!

5. A movement in the Catholic church, Cursillo, launches an info page.


“The Diocese of Nashville Cursillo Movement is intended to help all Catholics develop a thorough understanding of what it means to fully live a Christian life in all their everyday situations. It provides a method to transform all aspects of society through prayer and the development of small Christian communities.”

Why we like it: Notice the picture at the top of the page splits up the text to make it easier to read. We also love how you can register for upcoming services and download the application directly from the POP.

6. A budding early-stage company, Green Pal, offers a info page to one segment of their audience.


“Five Tips to get the most from GreenPal”

Why we like it: Staggered pictures to lead people down the page and a video at the bottom embedded from YouTube.

7. DVUD, an interpreter advocacy organization, offers a download page for digital badges.


“Show your pride in being a professional translator or interpreter by setting one of the images above as your profile picture in your social media profiles.”

Why we like it: The call to action is simple and clear and the pages make it easy for users to know exactly what to do.

As you can see, regardless of your marketing purpose, Populr can offer help.

If you’ve created or come across another POP that belongs on this list, let us know and we would love to feature it!

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