The question is . How to promote my squeeze page ?!

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Hi everyone
I am new here , and i want to start making money with IM , I learned lot of IM strategies Here , My big question is , how can i build my list , can i use adwards to promote my squeeze page ?

Thank you
#internet marketing #page #promote #question #squeeze
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Harris
    Hi Toshiba,

    The first thing you could do is set up you signature link on your warrior forum profile,
    with a link back to your squeeze page..

    That way you will be driving traffic to your squeeze page,
    by posting here..

    All the best..
  • Profile picture of the author Robert H Cwik
    You mean Adwords, right? Yes, you can, but that can be a costly method especially if you don't quite know what you are doing. Why don't you try some free advertising first, like:

    Credit based safelists
    Traffic Exchanges
    Blogging
    Article Marketing
    Social Marketing
    Forum Marketing (signature)

    It costs work and time, sure. Maybe the traffic is not the best quality either, but it can give you much practical knowledge on setting up your squeeze pages, building funnels, etc. Jumping right on to paid advertising can leave you empty handed and disappointed.

    You must learn to walk before you can run.
  • Profile picture of the author Toshiba
    You must learn to walk before you can run.
    I like that , and you are 100% right .
    this is the first time i read something about " Credit based safelists " and i have question about it : Do my e-mails will be send to the people i am looking for , i mean people who will be my future customers ?
    Thanks alot
    • Profile picture of the author Robert H Cwik
      Originally Posted by Toshiba View Post

      I like that , and you are 100% right .
      this is the first time i read something about " Credit based safelists " and i have question about it : Do my e-mails will be send to the people i am looking for , i mean people who will be my future customers ?
      Thanks alot
      Depends what your offer is about. If it is about anything relating to Internet Marketing, yes. Just feel free to browse the info on my blog. I explain the basics of advertising using this traffic resource.

      If, however, your offer is outside the Internet Marketing, like weight loss, health, etc. I suggest starting with forum marketing.
  • Profile picture of the author Toshiba
    thanks for your replies
    i will do exactly what you said , i read before that facebook will not advertise my squeeze page , is that true ?
    and what advertising companies you suggest me ?
    i am learning a lot from you
  • Profile picture of the author tooAlive
    If all you have is a landing page, then AdWords will more than likely deny your campaign.

    Here are Google's advertising policies for information harvesting (opt-in pages) and bridge pages (if you're linking to an affiliate product afterwards).

    Information harvesting - Advertising Policies Help

    Bridge page - Advertising Policies Help

    To simplify everything for you, Google allows you to collect your visitor's emails, as long as you're not bribing them with a free gift (video, ebook, ect..) to get it, or it's the sole purpose of your page.

    You need to provide genuine value on your landing page, something that visitors will actually find interesting, and not direct them to opt-in or go to an affiliate offer immediately after arriving.
  • Profile picture of the author Resale Rights Ninja
    don't use adwords until you have a proven sales funnel in place (in fact you can't even promote squeeze pages with adsense anymore). Your best source of traffic is going to be affiliates, until then you have a lot of options... I would consider automating what you can as seo and back linking and blogging and all that jazz is very time consuming.
  • Profile picture of the author Toshiba
    Google allows you to collect your visitor's emails, as long as you're not bribing them with a free gift
    if i can't give my visitors a free gift , then it will be really hard to build a list , if that how google work , then i need to forget about it ...
    • Profile picture of the author tooAlive
      Originally Posted by Toshiba View Post

      if i can't give my visitors a free gift , then it will be really hard to build a list , if that how google work , then i need to forget about it ...
      Not necessarily.

      There are plenty of paid advertising resources that don't have the same strict guidelines as Google.
  • Profile picture of the author Toshiba
    thanks for your reply too Alive
    1-can you suggest me one of paid advertising ressources , and how much u think it will cost me ?
    2- what you think about solo ads , can i buy a list from someone and make money from it .?

    thanks alot
    • Profile picture of the author tooAlive
      Originally Posted by Toshiba View Post

      thanks for your reply too Alive
      1-can you suggest me one of paid advertising ressources , and how much u think it will cost me ?
      2- what you think about solo ads , can i buy a list from someone and make money from it .?

      thanks alot
      Sure thing, though you may want to check out the PPC section of the forum for more info.

      Adsense / PPC / SEO Discussion Forum

      I'd recommend Microsoft Adcenter for quality traffic that isn't too expensive. Depending on your keywords, you can get pretty cheap clicks.

      There's also Adknowledge, 7Search, Facebook Ads, and tons, tons more.

      I've found 7Search to have really low volume and poor quality, although it is very cheap. Just started some campaigns over at at Adknowledge, so I can't give you feedback on them yet.

      And I haven't liked Facebook Ads very much.. There's a lot of talk about fraudulent clicks with them lately, and that certainly seemed to be the case with one of my campaigns. I haven't done enough testing to be 100% sure though.

      Hope that helped.
  • Profile picture of the author Toshiba
    well that help , and help alot lol
    thank you so much for your quick replies , i will try all what u said
    Good luck
  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    it depends what you have more of, time or money

    if you want to build your list fast then solo ads are great and so is ppc but thats a little more complex

    if you have more time then videos, blogging, articles, forums, seo, guest posting, blog comments and social media will build you more than enough traffic

    paul
  • Profile picture of the author kazim
    I think blogging and marketing is better for you.
  • Profile picture of the author JoeyXoto
    Originally Posted by Toshiba View Post

    Hi everyone
    I am new here , and i want to start making money with IM , I learned lot of IM strategies Here , My big question is , how can i build my list , can i use Adwords to promote my squeeze page ?

    Thank you
    Toshiba, don't use Adwords to promote your squeeze page; it's not needed. The amount of money you might end up spending on Adwords, could easily be spent on a solo ad.

    Here are the ways I use to currently build my list with my squeeze.

    1. Forum participation
    2. Article Marketing
    3. Squidoo
    4. LinkedIn
    5. Commenting on other blogs with good traffic
    6. Solo ads (paid traffic) < make sure you know who to get solo ads from, there are a lot of cowboys, but also some good sources and great people to work with.

    Hope that helps. If you need help, let me know.

    Joey
  • Profile picture of the author Vadimarket
    • Profile picture of the author Denise Harland
      1.Submit information articles to article directories. In the resource box put a link to your squeeze page. Once you start submitting many articles - you will then have many pre-selling resources feeding into your squeeze page.

      2. Answer questions on Linkedin Answers and in the resource section add a link to your squeeze page.

      The idea is to promote your information on the web and with every piece of information you share, there is a link leading to your squeeze page
  • Profile picture of the author hatcheck
    If you cannot sell your offer via Adwords, then you probably cannot sell your offer.

    You must actually have something worthwhile to offer that buyers really want. Frankly, most offers are junk because the product being sold is junk.

    Having said that, you do have to be very careful with Adwords. Most people focus trying to get a lot of traffic with Adwords. That's the wrong approach. What you really want it to use Adwords to limit your offer to buyers. Easier said than done, but it can be done.
  • Profile picture of the author Aira Bongco
    Yes, you can use adwords. You can also promote it as a free WSO if it's in the IM niche. You can also join some giveaways.
  • Profile picture of the author JabMonkey
    Set up signature link as others have said and join forums that represent your niche. Don't post lame content on the forums, however. Nobody wants to read canned replies and it doesn't help generate interest in your offer.
  • Profile picture of the author Rotex
    If you want to built a list fast using free methods, forum posting and blog commenting would be the way to go. U need to search out blogs in your niche on the first page of google that allow you to comment on blogs and give quality content in your post and put a link back to your site. Make that link your your landing page and offer a free report in exchage for their contact details.
  • Profile picture of the author johnmikeslist1
    Best place is to use solo ads.
  • Profile picture of the author johnmikeslist1
    safe-swaps are great
  • Profile picture of the author MKCookins
    Forum marketing
    Article writing
    Blog commenting
    Social Media (Facebook, Youtube, Twitter)

    Best thing to do is pick two methods you think you would enjoy doing - then stick to them until you see results. After that just move on to the next method.

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