Updated: Unbounce Pricing Plans

Last week I shared with you that updated pricing plans were coming soon and today I’m excited to share with you exactly what’s changed. …But before I jump into that, I also want to remind all of our existing customers that if you’re happy with your current pricing, you’re welcome to stay on it for at least 2 years. To demonstrate how the updated pricing compares to our previous model, Read More...

Coming Soon: Updated Pricing

As some of you might know, we haven’t changed our pricing in almost 5 years. That’s over half our lifetime ago! In that time, Unbounce has evolved significantly, the marketing landscape has moved ahead leaps and bounds, and we’ve learned a ton about where our customers find value in Unbounce. To tackle this, we set out to: Create a more intuitive connection between what we charge for and the value Read More...

Community Engagement at Unbounce

If you’ve been to the Unbounce HQ office in Vancouver, you may have noticed the blue and orange mural in our reception area. It’s a cleverly designed panorama of Vancouver integrating our company’s six core values. The values listed on the wall are more than colourful jargon, they guide our conduct with our customers, one another and our community. The actual making of the mural is one of the best Read More...

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Unbounce’s 2016 Year in Review

Hello everyone, As we countdown toward the end of the year, we’ve been looking back at the past 12 months and I have to say, we accomplished a lot at Unbounce this year. We had the privilege of learning a slew of new lessons while seeing our work pay off for us and for our customers. We launched a new product, applied our focus on machine learning in new ways, laid Read More...

We’ve Cancelled Unbounce Live. How We Got Here and How We’re Moving Forward.

The last couple of days have been really challenging for the events team at Unbounce. We made the hard decision to cancel Unbounce Live, a workshop series we developed that was supposed to take place in Boston on November 7th. We’d like to share the details of how we got here, why we made the very tough call to cancel and the way we have chosen to handle this situation Read More...

Of Montreal: The Case for Satellite Offices

When Unbounce launched a Montreal office in the spring of 2014, it was a big deal. Georgiana, our long-time Director of Marketing, announced she’d be moving back to her hometown to lead the troops. Oli, our globetrotting frontman, would also base himself out east to help spread the Unbounce culture to La Belle Province. Rick, our trusty CEO, wrote an Inside Unbounce post explaining the decision to plant the Unbounce Read More...

How we changed the way we style our UI

In the last couple of years we’ve been improving the way we do UI development at Unbounce. We started by hiring people specifically dedicated to champion UI development who we’ve embedded in each squad, and we’re constantly looking at ways to improve our workflow. A couple of months ago, we also started using React. And with this came a new opportunity to redefine the way we’re styling our interface at Read More...

The 10 Commandments of Call To Action Conference 2016

Call To Action Conference is coming. For a lot of Unbouncers, CTA Conf is one of the most anticipated events of the year, and with good reason. We’ve gathered 20-cream-of-the-crop speakers to cover a range of digital marketing topics, set up pre-conference workshops to directly educate our awesome customers, and of course, have a healthy range of after-parties as well! The conference has been steadily growing since it started, with Read More...

Unbounce Attends The Art of Leadership for Women

As many of you might know from Rick’s last post on our Year in Review, Unbounce is trying a lot of new things this year–and one of them is increasing the work we do around gender diversity. We’ve made some great strides and I’m proud to say that Unbounce is now considering elements of gender diversity in the tech industry that a lot of companies (still) won’t dare touch. Some Read More...

On growth, accountability, and capacity planning

There’s lots going on here at Unbounce as we grow. This month we welcome seven new Unbouncers, bringing our total head count to 135, and I’m sure Sascha and Charm are sweating just a little bit as they look at our head count projections for this year, and try to handicap when to bring on additional space. The other thing that happened this week is that we somewhat narrowly avoided Read More...