OptimizePress Review 2020

by Adam Preiser updated February 24, 2020

OptimizePress is one of the first page builder plugins for WordPress. It’s more marketed to internet marketers, but can be used for all sorts of purposes.

Current Pricing: $97 – $297

Ease Of Use


Price / Value




OptimizePress Pros

  • 30 Page Templates
  • Autoresponder Integration
  • Membership Plugin Included

OptimizePress Cons

Sadly OptimizePress really hasn’t changed since it was released in 2014. In that time much easier builders have been released. Unfortunately, with OptimizePress it is very tedious to create page layouts because it is not a true front end page builder.

Also, there are content lock in issues. If you ever stop using OptimizePress you loose all of your work.

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There are currently no active OptimizePress Coupon or OptimizePress Discounts available.

OptimizePress Review: Wrap Up

Right now I wouldn’t recommend using OptimizePress because it is old and outdated. If you are wanting to create landing pages you would be better off using Thrive Leads or Elementor.

Also, the included membership plugin is essentially a fork of S2 Member.

OptimizePress Alternatives

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  1. I’m moving from Optimizedpress to Elementor due to the very things you pointed up above.
    When i try to ‘Edit with Elementor,’ the existing pages breaks.

    I could do a new page to replace but it will affect my permalinks.
    For example, my OP page sits on example .com/home
    I want to be able to use the same /home using elementor but the page breaking means i got to use /home-1 instead. any work around?

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