The folks at Elementor Page Builder are proud to announce a new feature called Maintenance Mode. Many of you are familiar with what maintenance mode does. For those who don’t, it’s a way to tell your site visitors that the website is still under construction and coming soon. Not only that, but you can still manage and make edits to your site from the backend, but no one else can see that. Maintenance Mode comes in handy for a wide range of reasons. First of all, you can build buzz about your website before it even launches. Many maintenance mode pages include countdown timers and information about what’s to come in the future. In addition, maintenance mode allows you to collect information from your customers, like email addresses.
Imagine having a list of email addresses before your site is launched. Not only can you let people know when the site is complete, but you then have contact with those people as long as they don’t unsubscribe.
Finally, maintenance mode pages have all sorts of other features such as social media sharing, text boxes for talking about your services and products and media support. Heck, your maintenance mode page could simply be a video