Hide your website until it’s ready, drive curiosity, and rank in search engines with professional coming soon page templates for WordPress
Are you looking for an easy way to create a coming soon page in WordPress?
Launching a new website is a busy time for any business.
The last thing you want is potential customers seeing a half-finished site that can drive them away.
That’s why smart business owners hide sites under construction with a coming soon landing page.
At SeedProd, it’s our goal to take the pain out of launching your website by offering an easy coming soon page builder designed to promote your site before launching.
Our lightning-fast visual editor makes building your website launching soon page a breeze. Plus, it everything you need to convert your audience in handy drag and drop content blocks.
Powerful page elements are just a click away including:
Not to mention, SeeProd includes whole content sections such as Hero and Feature areas you won’t need to build from scratch.
If web design isn’t part of your skill-set, we’ve got that covered too!
Just pick one of our professionally designed coming soon landing page templates, enter your content, and publish. You’ll have complete control of your template design all without hiring a developer.
Since SeedProd works seamlessly with all WordPress themes, plugins, and WooCommerce, you create coming soon pages for your online store.
Not to mention SeedProd’s global page settings, take that control even further. There you can add a full-width background image, background image slider, and even video backgrounds.
You can also choose from various pre-made color schemes and font combinations for your construction pages.
And since every SeedProd template is 100% mobile-responsive, your launch page will look great on all screen sizes.
Getting a head start on ranking in search engines is easy with SeedProd. Our coming soon page builder and templates are SEO-friendly so your site can rank before you launch and get traffic from day 1.
Ready to send targeted traffic, leads, and potential customers to your new website?