LandingCube vs. AMZPromoter: Landing Page Showdown

Using landing pages to funnel external traffic to Amazon listings has become an essential part of every Amazon marketing strategy. A lot of different landing page generators have popped up in recent years to help you quickly create and deploy landing pages.

In this article, we’re going to take an in-depth look at two such generators: LandingCube and AMZPromoter. Both claim they can turbo charge your Amazon sales by using discount coupons and collect valuable customer data at the same time.

What is LandingCube?

LandingCube is a landing page generator that can be used to build beautiful, responsive landing pages that are optimized to convert external traffic into email subscribers and sales. The service includes tools for conversion tracking and retargeting, capturing emails, generating single-use promos, and inventory protection features.

LandingCube was founded by ecommerce marketing guru David Hehenberger. He realized there was no tool that allows Amazon FBA sellers to capture their customer’s email BEFORE they purchase on Amazon, so he and his team set out to build LandingCube in 2017. Read our full review of LandingCube here.

What is AMZPromoter?

AMZPromoter is a landing page builder and automated coupon delivery system for Amazon sellers. It can be used to quickly build responsive landing pages that are optimized to convert, capture customer emails in exchange for a one-time coupon code, and funnel traffic from Facebook, Google, blogs and other traffic sources directly to your landing page.

AMZPromoter is the brainchild of Amazon entrepreneur Josh Raines. After working his way up to selling $60,000/month on Amazon, Raines realized that the marketplace lacked a simple coupon distribution tool, so he decided to build one. He eventually met developer Stas Belkov, and by combining his industry expertise with Belkov’s technical skills, AMZPromoter was born. You can see our thorough review of AMZPromoter here.

First, let’s see how the tools compare side-by-side on features:

Feature Comparison


Landing page generator – LandingCube can be used to build beautiful, responsive landing pages that include branding options, product images, scarcity elements, videos, 5-star reviews, and FAQs.

Capture emails – LandingCube can help you build an email list by offering customers coupon codes in exchange for their email. Once you’ve set up your landing page, you can modify your email settings and choose whether to require an email opt-in, a first or last name, and email verification.

Distribute single-use promo codes – LandingCube automates the process of sending out single-use promos. You have to first create the coupon codes using your Seller Central account and then incorporate them into your landing page using the ‘Amazon Integration’ option on the LandingCube dashboard.

Integration with email marketing tools – LandingCube can be integrated with several email marketing providers, including MailChimp, ConvertKit, AWeber, ActiveCampaign, Drip, and GetResponse. It can also collect your customer emails for you if you don’t want to use an email marketing provider.

Conversion Tracking and Retargeting – LandingCube supports Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel tracking. You can enter your Google Analytics account ID and Facebook Pixel ID in the settings menu. Your landing page will then automatically track visits and conversions.

Filtering and security – To protect your inventory, LandingCube can limit the number of coupons you send in a day, limit promos to only one promo per email address or IP address, and block emails from disposable email services like You can choose to give out promo codes directly on the landing page as soon as a prospect enters their email, or you can have them verify their email first before redirecting them to the promo code.


Quickly build landing pages – AMZPromoter’s core feature is a webpage generator that can build an optimized landing page in just a few minutes. The created landing pages include branding options, product images, product descriptions, videos, FAQ, a scarcity timer, and an ad compliant footer.

Capture customer emails – AMZPromoter can capture your customers’ email addresses before they buy your product on Amazon by offering them one-time coupon codes. When the “Claim Your Coupon Now” button on your landing page is clicked, a pop-up will initiate and the user will be prompted to fill out their name and email address. After they correctly fill out the required parameters, an email will be sent to their address containing a link to the coupon code.

Automatic coupon distribution – AMZPromoter automates coupon distribution and removes the time-consuming process of manually sending out single-use coupons. You have to generate your coupon codes in Seller Central and then upload them on AMZPromoter. You can choose to limit coupon giveaways to a single IP address and email address, and set up filters for disposable email addresses.

Supports email autoresponders – You can seamlessly integrate your AMZPromoter landing pages with any of the following email tools: Mailchimp, AWeber, ActiveCampaign, GetResponse, Klaviyo, Drip, ConvertKit, and Zapier.

Supports conversion tracking and analytics – AMZPromoter lets you embed your landing pages with Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel scripts to track your conversions and data. You can also add custom scripts to your pages to maximize every campaign.

Filtering and security – AMZPromoter has several security options to reduce fake coupon claims and other malicious actions, such as email opt-in, email verification, limit coupon codes to one per email and IP address, block disposable email addresses, and limit the number of coupons sent out each day.

Amazon MWS integration – Amazon Marketplace Web Service (MWS) is a web service API that helps sellers exchange data on orders, payments, reports, listings, and more. Integration with MWS enables high levels of selling automation and can increase selling efficiency, improve response time to customers, and reduce labor requirements.

AMZPromoter supports integration with Amazon MWS and can use the available APIs to pull data from your Seller Central account.

Support for Facebook Custom Audiences – Facebook Customer Audiences is a targeted advertising service that allows sellers to import user email addresses for retargeting on Facebook and Instagram. AMZPromoter has Facebook custom audience integration. Once you’ve set it up, it’ll generate a Seller Central report of all orders made (every four hours) and then push the customer’s name and email address to a Facebook custom audience.

Facebook can match those details to a Facebook account and communicate directly with your customers via Facebook ads. This is a very effective tactic for launching new products, cross-promoting your other products, following up for reviews, or reminding customer to make another purchase.

URL builder tool – AMZPromoter has a tool for creating Super URLs, Normal URL, and Search & Buy URL, so you can quickly create links that will give you the biggest ranking boost. The tool also contains a rotating feature that allows you to rotate between different links for ranking multiple keywords. This is valuable feature for sellers who want to experiment with Amazon’s algorithm to improve their product’s ranking in search results.

Features Conclusion

Landing page builderYesYes
Captures customer emailsYesYes
Automated coupon distributionYesYes
Supports email marketing tools YesYes
Supports analytics tools YesYes
Filtering and security optionsYesYes
Supports custom codeYesYes
Facebook custom audiences integrationNoYes
URL builder toolNoYes
Amazon MWS integrationNoYes
Free trial?Yes (CC Required)Yes (CC Required)

LandingCube and AMZPromoter have very similar features as they’re both easy-to-use landing page generators that automate email capture by supplying potential customers with single-use promo codes.

The only big difference between the two is LandingCube’s lack of a URL building tool, Amazon MWS integration, and support for Facebook custom audiences. These are advanced features that experienced Amazon FBA sellers might want but new sellers probably won’t need.

Pricing Comparison


LandingCube has three subscription plans: FBA Beginner, Full-time Seller, and Large Business. Each plan gives you a fixed number of active landing pages, but they all have unlimited traffic and coupons.

Only the Full-time Seller and Large Business options have a monthly payment option, which is probably why LandingCube offers users a 30-day free trial instead of a standard 14-day trial.

Here’s a breakdown of each plan:

Subscription Tier:
FBA Beginner
Full-time Seller
Large Business
Annual Subscription:$15/month ($180 paid annually) $30/month ($360 paid annually)$60/month ($720 paid annually)
Monthly Subscription:N/A$39/month$69/month
Features:• 2 active landing pages

• Unlimited traffic

• Unlimited coupons

• Facebook / google analytics pixel

• Online academy and training
• 10 active landing page campaigns

• Unlimited traffic

• Unlimited coupons

• Facebook / google analytics pixel

• Online academy and training

• Facebook Messenger Bots

• URL builder

• Strategy Call

• Remove LandingCube branding
• Unlimited landing pages

• Unlimited traffic

• Unlimited coupons

• Facebook / google analytics pixel

• Online academy and training

• Facebook Messenger Bots

• URL builder

• Strategy Call

• Removal of LandingCube branding

• Priority customer support


AMZPromoter has three subscription plans: Starter, Essential, and Professional. Starter is recommended for new sellers with $0 – $5k monthly revenue, Essential is recommended for early-stage sellers with $5k – $30k monthly revenue, and the Professional plan is for professional sellers with $30k+ monthly revenue.

Here’s a breakdown of the pricing:

Subscription Tier:
Target Audience:New sellers (0-5k monthly revenue)Early-stage sellers (5-30k monthly revenue)Professional sellers (30k+ monthly revenue)
Monthly Subscription:$25/month$49/month$99/month
Annual Subscription:$19/month
($228 annually)
($444 annually)
($888 annually)
Features:• 3 active landing page campaigns • 15 active landing page campaigns

• Live chat support

• 1 Amazon MWS integration

• 3 Facebook custom audiences
• Unlimited landing page campaigns

• Priority email and live chat support

• 3 Amazon MWS integrations

• 50 Facebook custom audiences

• URL builder/rotator

Pricing Conclusion

AMZPromoter is more expensive than LandingCube, but it offers one more active landing page in its entry plan and five more landing pages in its mid-tier plan. When you compare their prices, LandingCube seems like the better choice for sellers who are new to using landing pages and only need a few of them.

The fact that LandingCube offers a 30-day free trial instead of a 14-day trial like AMZPromoter is another big plus for sellers who want to experiment and receive tangible results before committing to a subscription.

Pros and Cons Comparison



Supports multiple Amazon marketplaces – LandingCube supports Amazon U.S., Canada, India, and all European market places.

Can embed landing pages into your own website – LandingCube provides users with iframe embed code. You can use it to publish your landing page on your own website.

Great customer support – LandingCube offers quick customer support. Support tickets we sent out typically received a response in about an hour during weekdays.

Automatically imports 5-star reviews – LandingCube automatically imports your last 5-star reviews to your landing page.

Academy and training – LandingCube has extensive training videos, webinars and online courses about driving traffic to your landing pages.


Entry-level subscription tier includes LandingCube branding – Subscribers of the ‘FBA Beginner’ plan can’t remove LandingCube’s logo from their landing pages unless they upgrade to more expensive plans.

No Super URL generator – LandingCube doesn’t have a Super URL generator, but that’s likely because using custom URLs is considered a risky practice that could get your Amazon account suspended.

Steep-ish learning curve – The page builder interface might be intimidating to a seller with zero web development experience. Fortunately, LandingCube has extensive documentation to help new users get started.



Supports multiple Amazon marketplaces – AMZPromoter works with Amazon U.S., UK, FR, ES, DE, and IT. It supports English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian languages. Support for Amazon marketplaces in India, Mexico, Japan, and Canada will be added in the near future.

Analytics dashboard – You can track your page views, users, conversions and conversion rate at a glance using the analytics dashboard.

Doesn’t brand your landing pages – LandingCube adds its logo to your landing pages unless you pay for a higher subscription plan. AMZPromoter’s landing pages are completely free of branding, even for entry-level plans.

Supports Facebook Messenger bot campaigns – AMZPromoter lets you connect your landing pages with your Facebook Messenger bot, so you can reduce friction in your funnel when promoting your products with Facebook ads.

Features a URL builder tool – AMZPromoter has a tool for creating Super URLs, Normal URL, and Search & Buy URL, so you can quickly create and rotate between links that will give you the biggest ranking boost on Amazon.


Price – AMZPromoter is pricier than LandingCube, but it offers sellers more active landing pages and it has a monthly payment option.

Only three landing page templates – AMZPromoter offers three landing page themes (Modern, Warm, and Classic) that all kind of look similar. It supports custom templates, but sellers who don’t know how to code may be disappointed with the available options.

You have to subscribe to get customer support – AMZPromoter doesn’t provide any contact information or social media links on its website for users who may want to ask some questions before subscribing. Furthermore, live chat support looks like a feature that’s only given to subscribers of its upper-tier plans.

Our Verdict: Which One is Best for YOU?

AMZPromoter and LandingCube are somewhat similar as they’re both services that generate responsive landing pages that are optimized to convert.

When you compare their features, AMZPromoter is the clear winner because it offers Amazon MWS integration, support for Facebook Custom Audiences, and a URL builder tool.

LandingCube wins for beginners and in the pricing department on annual plans. An annual AMZPromoter subscription is about 25% more expensive than a LandingCube subscription, which might be a pretty big markup depending on your budget. AMZPromoter does make up for it by offering subscribers more landing pages and also offers monthly payment plans.

LandingCube is a great option for new Amazon FBA sellers who have little experience with landing pages and only have a few products. It’s cheaper on annual plans, offers great customer support, and has published a lot of training courses, webinars and content in its knowledge base to help sellers who are getting started with landing pages and paid traffic.

AMZPromoter is a better choice for experienced sellers. Its entry-level plans have more active landing pages and it comes with advanced features that professional Amazon sellers might find valuable. Its more expensive, but it also brings more to the table.



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