Squeeze Page-behind the scene

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Does a Squeeze Page need a domain name or URL? Or, is it something that defaults directly to one's Auto-Responder? Any reply that addresses my question would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author sean1776
    Some of the Auto-Responders provide Squeeze Page Builder for building Squeeze Page within their domain, and the customer typed email address will be added to your Email List within the Auto-Responder.

    But, buying a domain name helps you build your own brand, and makes your website consistent with your product.
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  • Profile picture of the author srhudson
    I'm a bit confused as to what defaults directly to one's autoresponder means.. Do you mean from a FB page or something?

    I would say it depends on what the squeeze page is for. If You're trying to build up a brand I would go with a website and build your squeeze pages off of that. I know many people that purchase a very broad domain name such as qualityproducts.com (just an example, never actually visited that site) and then build pages for each of their squeeze pages to be parked at. IE: qualityproducts.com/blender-offer.

    Anyway, hope this helps even just a little.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by jimmykid59 View Post

    Does a Squeeze Page need a domain name or URL? Or, is it something that defaults directly to one's Auto-Responder? Any reply that addresses my question would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
    Normally it's better to have your own domain and hosting.
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