I've seen some people post their first squeeze page on this forum and sometimes they get a lot of scathing criticism, sometimes justified, sometimes a little over the top. But what I'm not seeing is somebody saying "see, this is what a good squeeze page is supposed to look like". So, for those in the know, and who are experts, can you post links to examples of good squeeze pages, those that can act as exemplary models for those beginning? Some of you may say, well, just go on the web and you can find plenty. I can find plenty of squeeze pages, but that's not to say that they're any good, the word "good" or "professional" defined by those who are in the know. Any info appreciated, thanks.
P.S., I've done a search and because this forum does not allow to search for phrases, you get everything but what you're looking for
Here's a very powerful marketing lesson if you recognize and use it.
When I was a kid, everyone on the block washed and waxed their own cars in the driveway at home - even in the winter. On any given weekend day (most everybody worked M-F 8-5) you could drive up and down the neighborhood streets and see hoses, buckets, sponges, a chamois, towels, brushes, portable radios ("transistors") and assorted vacuum cleaner gear littering driveways everywhere.
So I just finished Autoresponder Madness and so far the results are great for my autoresponder sequence in the Health and Fitness niche.
I got invited to participate in a product launch in the Digital Marketing niche (which is my true passion). The prelaunch begins this Friday, July 1, and the launch runs from July 7-11.