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Unread 12th April 2010, 10:44 AM   #1
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Could someone give me a recommendation to a good squeeze page builder?
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Unread 12th April 2010, 10:49 AM   #2
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I've never used a software designed to build squeeze pages
only, but I have used templates and put my copy and
email boxes in the templates.

Depending on the complexity of the template it can be
easy to edit it in Komposer or NVU (which are free HTML
editors) or it can be a complicated thing that may look
bad if you don't know how to tweak CSS code.

You can get some nice templates in lots of places. Somebody
is probably giving some away in the War Room or selling
some in the WSO forum. If you buy I'll bet most vendors
would give you a bit of email support to get the template
working for you.

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All the ones I've found seem to give you a basic start on a squeeze page but nothing useful without further tweaking in my opinion. They also seem "old school" and not up to today's standard.

The best squeeze pages seem to be custom built with the eye of a designer.

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You can get loads of free squeeze page templates and use something like NVU or Komposer to edit them. It's very simple and a good way to learn some really basic HTML.

With a very basic squeeze page you can definatley get conversions over 40% and then it's just a case of slowly testing and making it better and better.

Worth rolling your sleeves up for (and it feels good doing it).

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I've never used a software designed to build squeeze pages
only, but I have used templates and put my copy and
email boxes in the templates.

Depending on the complexity of the template it can be
easy to edit it in Komposer or NVU (which are free HTML
editors) or it can be a complicated thing that may look
bad if you don't know how to tweak CSS code.

You can get some nice templates in lots of places. Somebody
is probably giving some away in the War Room or selling
some in the WSO forum. If you buy I'll bet most vendors
would give you a bit of email support to get the template
working for you.
I think I will go with this for now. Software for building landing pages-without understanding what you really need...so I will roll up my sleeves!

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All the ones I've found seem to give you a basic start on a squeeze page but nothing useful without further tweaking in my opinion. They also seem "old school" and not up to today's standard.

The best squeeze pages seem to be custom built with the eye of a designer.
Thanks scot! Yup, I think I will go with this method.Custom design either by myself or my partner

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Thanks scot! Yup, I think I will go with this method.Custom design either by myself or my partner
Keep in mind that you should heavily test each and every component of your squeeze page. I can't stress this enough. The difference between 20% and 70% conversions can be a tiny change.

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Keep in mind that you should heavily test each and every component of your squeeze page. I can't stress this enough. The difference between 20% and 70% conversions can be a tiny change.
Thanks Kevin for adding the bit about testing.

Will surely look into that. so far the conversion rates for my existing squeeze pages aint that bad. Will actually start measuring. How do you measure? By using PPC traffic to test conversions to 2 different pages before launch? then going by the page that converts better?

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