This is a solution to *my* problem but hopefully some others can benefit from it too.
Here's the scenario...
I have a squeeze page set up at www.mydomain.com that basically offers a free report in exchange for signing up to my list
When answering questions and providing the my URL, it's harder only being able to provide a link that's relevant to their question as I only want to direct them to the squeeze page.
So here's what I've done.
When I link back to my site, instead of just linking to the homepage, I add the keywords at the end of the domain, so that it appears as if it were a contextually relevant page.
Consider an example where I'm responding to a question about strawberry flavoured milkshakes, I would format my url in the following way:
I've not tested to see if this does actually increase clickthroughs, but I figure it can never hurt to make the page you are offering them more contextually relevant.
You can take this one step further with a tweak to the htaccess file and remove the "index.php" file from the URL too.
Then the url you provide would be: