The two forms have identical offers and form fields. But, one is extremely clean and uncluttered, while the other tries to boost responses with reassuring elements such as famous-name media logos and a “how-it-works” infographic.
So, it’s the classic battle between stripped-down vs icing-on-top. Check out the two landing pages, cast your vote and then let us know what you think by posting a comment:
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