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Have a look at these WPBakery website examples and use them as inspiration for your own website.

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The best WPBakery website examples

After scraping countless WPBakery websites we made some hard decisions. Here are the best 16 examples.

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

1. Chris Lema

https://chrislema.com/

Lech Rudnicki is a public speaker, coach, and writer. Looking at his website, I feel like I’m seeing a person I know. It’s the way he uses storytelling to connect with his visitors, combined with personal images. Very inspiring!

Things we love about this web design

  • Great storytelling
  • Nice color scheme
  • Lots of whitespace

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

2. Prime Optical

https://www.prime-optical.com/

The creative text-based content is written in an appealing style and the visuals are added to support it. I like how the colors of the logo are represented throughout the entire website.

Things we love about this web design

  • Services and areas of expertise are mentioned on the site. 
  • Good choice of relevant images.
  • Call to action above the fold

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

3. Hiraya Solutions

https://hirayasolutions.com/

Ideas are easy but their implementation may sound tricky. It is the web design, digital marketing, and consultancy site that promises quality solutions. The design of the website clearly states the core mission and is simple and straightforward.

Things we love about this web design

  • Detailed information is given on the main page.
  • Use of simple and understandable language.
  • Call to action above the fold

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

4. Social Pulsar

https://www.socialpulsar.com/

As a leading marketing intelligence agency, the creators of the website know how to deliver their message to the world powerfully. The website has various call-to-action phrases for the clarity of the visitors and motivates them to take a specific action.

Things we love about this web design

  • The good amalgamation of blue, black, and white colors
  • Compelling copy
  • Very clean design

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

5. Dinesh

https://dineshmundhra.com/

Dinesh Mundhra is a commerce graduate and promises to have mastered marketing and advertising skills. The whole website design tells something about him in one way or the other, still, nothing seems boring.

Things we love about this web design

  • Clear self-promotion
  • Bold website format gives easy comprehension. 
  • Use of simple and motivating language

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

6. TOCSI eSports

https://www.tocsiesports.com/

This is one of those websites that really stand out. The design with the fullscreen image and the menu that is split by the logo is so cool and fitting for this company. Very bold but also very good. Love it!

Things we love about this web design

  • Dark interface creates curiosity. 
  • Good use of black and red colors with nice background.
  • Call to action!

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

7. Geek Owl

https://geek-owl.com/

From a web design business, you expect a great website and from this one you get it! A very clean design with great use of both color and whitespace, this is a great one!

Things we love about this web design

  • Highly convincing branded copy.
  • Very strong written content.
  • Strong social proof

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

8. Beebom

https://beebom.com/

Beebom is a tech website that contains a massive amount of tech content that matters. The content really takes center stage here with even the top images being articles. Great stuff!

Things we love about this web design

  • User-friendly interface
  • The latest technology updates featured on top make the design more relevant
  • Smooth navigation

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

9. Odist

https://inkscribblers.com/

Odist has a great design with a block of articles that stands out. The use of color on this block is very clever. Although the dark version of the website is shown here, it can be switched to a light view. What a great feature!

Things we love about this web design

  • Lively interface
  • Switchable between light- and dark mode
  • Soulful photography

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

10. Eversight

https://eversightlabs.com/

The layout, design, and theme of the website, all are very professional and must be created by highly expert professionals. The web design is very clear and uses some clever tricks to promote the company.

Things we love about this web design

  • Astonishing web design with sectioning of services.
  • Up to date information supported by unique visuals.
  • Crisp and compelling write-up.

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

11. Tethr

https://tethr.com/

A very clean website, Tethr makes the most of the available space while remaining very clear. The great slogan and call to action are sure to attract a lot of business!

Things we love about this web design

  • Nice images
  • Great us of color blocks
  • Examples of the service 

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

12. Element

https://www.element.in/de

What a simple yet great website! The clean design with lots of whitespace definitely works well. What you see is what you get!

Things we love about this web design

  • Call to action above the fold
  • Write-up to state what the company can do for you
  • Social proof

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

13. Bleeding Bulb

https://www.bleedingbulb.com/

The very compelling images make this website stand out. From personal testimonials to an overview of the services, all superb! With lots of whitespace and clever use of shadows, this is definitely one of the greats!

Things we love about this web design

  • Call to action above the fold and throughout
  • Subtle animations
  • Great way to show testimonials

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

14. Tucks Wine

https://www.tuckswine.com.au/

Quite a simple website, Tucks Wine did a great job to keep it clutter-free. Below the fold are a handy reservation form and lots of color. Wonderful!

Things we love about this web design

  • Great images
  • Addresses the visitor
  • Love the logo!

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Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

15. Bagel Palace

https://bagelpalaceny.com/

Are you getting hungry? I am! This one-page website does a great job convincing customers to order with a compelling image and very clean design. By keeping it simple Bagel Palace created a great to look at and functional website. Great job!

Things we love about this web design

  • Nice call to action
  • Colors from the logo are nicely incorporated
  • Very clean design

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Lech Rudnicki Elementor Website Example

16. Werbewelt

https://www.werbewelt.de/de/

A lovely website full of awesome images of art. Thats all you need for a creative space. There is much to discover on the way down this website, and some surprises too. Love it!

Things we love about this web design

  • Lots of images
  • Very bold white text on a black background
  • Nice clear interface

Like it? Hire our team, or try WPBakery now.

Here's how to get the most out of this article:

  1. Discover which themes are used by the best website examples
  2. Learn how to build a website without coding with my free mini course
  3. Find a web designer who can build your website

Checklist: 5 ways to make your WPBakery website beautiful and highly converting

1. Use video footage to make your website come alive

In the list with website examples, you found some cool websites which use a video background in the header of their website. If you have video footage yourself, definitely consider doing this as well.

  • It makes your website come alive
  • It adds credibility and makes you look professional

2. Use a ‘smart lead form’ to turn visitors into clients

Getting someone to visit your website is one thing. Getting them to do business with you is the next one.

Sure, you can add your contact information to your website – you should – but don’t expect people to be calling right away.

Make it easy. Add a ‘discuss your project’ contact form to enable them to get in touch with you.

Make it as easy as possible. I recommend not using more than 3 fields in your contact form.

3. Watch people using your website without telling them what to do

Once your website is ready it’s time to launch. Well, almost.

Invite some friends or colleagues and put them in front of a computer. Ask them to pretend to be potential customers and have them visit your website.

Now sit next to them, and don’t say anything (this will be harder than you think).

Do this with at least 5 people and learn from their behavior:

  • Did they follow the steps you expected them to?
  • Did your website load fast enough?
  • Was everything clear to them?

4. Don’t confuse your visitor with too many call to actions

Great call to actions draw the attention of your visitors.

That said, you don’t want your call-to-action buttons fighting for the attention of your visitor. Pick the most important call to action for that page, and go with it.

In case you want to show multiple call to actions anyway, make sure to give them a different design, with your primary call to action being the most notable one.

5. Don’t break the 5 second rule

The moment a visitor lands on your website you only have 5 seconds to make a good impression.

That’s 5 short seconds to convince your visitor to stay on your website – and don’t hit the ‘back’ button.

Make sure the text on your website is appealing and gets your visitor excited. Don’t waste the first 5 seconds of somebody’s visit with unnecessary fluff.

WPBakery Growth hacking: how to promote a WPBakery Website in 5 steps

1. Go viral with a viral give-away

Imagine.

You send your website to 5 friends. Who each sends it to 5 friends.

Now, these friends also send it to 5 friends.  Oeh la la! Continue this loop for a while, and your website is actually going viral.

Viral Loops is a referral marketing tool that helps you to explode your website with new visitors.

We’ve used Viral loops to create virality with multiple websites. It allows you to build a sustainable referral scheme that helps you to grow your website rapidly.

2. Target hot traffic with retargeting ads

Imagine.

A potential client is looking for your services and stumbled upon your website. But after scrolling through your website for 30 seconds, he or she got a phone call from a friend. After calling for 20 minutes they forgot about your website and they close down their computer.

Auch.

That’s why I use retargeting advertisements to bring back these lost leads.

This will enable you to display advertisements to people who visited your website.

Just install a Facebook pixel on your website to target all your website visitors with an advertisement on Facebook or Instagram.

3. Use a LinkedIn-bot to generate traffic on autopilot

Allright. You’re now probably thinking one of two things:

  1. That sounds spammy. I’m not going to do that.
  2. A bot? How does that even work? I’m not a scientist.

Trust me, I thought the same as you. But it’s not as sketchy as it seems.

Dux-Soup is a LinkedIn tool that allows you to ‘look’ at 100 LinkedIn profiles per day.

This tool automatically visits LinkedIn profiles of people of your choice. In the past, I’ve used this a lot to get in touch with business owners.

I would have Dux-Soup open the profiles of 100 business owners per day.

It’s actually pretty simple:

  1. Download the Dux-Soup tool
  2. Open your LinkedIn account
  3. Search for ‘business owner’ or any other job description’
  4. Click the ‘Visit profiles’ button.

Now here comes the important part: Make sure your LinkedIn profile is optimized.

This means:

  • A good looking profile picture
  • A good tagline that describes what you do
  • A great profile description that demonstrates your skills as a constructor
  • Some nice portfolio projects on your LinkedIn profile

Let’s say 20% of every profile visit converts into a ‘return-visit’. That will mean 20 potential business owners who look at your LinkedIn profile every day.

That’s 600 potential leads in a month.

4. Do a press release

Yaiks! A press release? That’s not for small businesses, right?

Well. It is actually. Journalists LOVE small businesses and the entrepreneurs behind them. It makes sense – if you’re at a birthday party, friends are probably always asking how your business is doing.

Everybody loves entrepreneurs.

Write a press release about a milestone your company achieved. It doesn’t really matter what it is your company did, just make it juicy and interesting.

Create a list of journalists and reach out to them. The key in this process is the follow-up. If you’re just sending them just one email you’re probably not going to have a lot of success. Remind them at least once within a period of 7 days.

Being featured by local news outlets actually is good for your seo. The more websites mentioning you on their website, the higher you’ll rank in the search engine.

5. Use paid advertising

Yes. This one is super obvious. But when used well this can be the biggest source of quick growth for your business. Let’s say every client brings you $100 in profit. And let’s say 1 out of every 100 clients becomes a client. That means you’re allowed to spend $1 to acquire a website visitor.

Now let’s say you’re running Facebook ads and you only pay $0.60 for a visitor.

That means you’re profiting $0.40 on every person who visits your website. I’d say, start spending on paid advertising!

FAQ

What makes a good WPBakery website?

A great WPBakery website design should have a clean design, be easy to navigate and include a lot of social proof. Have a look at this page for great example websites.

How to create a WPBakery website?

  1. Analyze the best examples on this page
  2. Make notes of what you like – and what you don’t like
  3. Design your own site with the WPBakery visual builder

How much does a WPBakery website cost?

A web designer will charge anywhere between $1100 and $4200 for a decent WPBakery website. However, this article will teach you to do it yourself for less than $100.

What information is needed on a WPBakery website?

Your WPBakery website will need at least the following pages: ‘Home, About us, Contact, Portfolio’. To create trust with your visitor it’s important to show lots of pictures of your team and your latest projects.