Your Top Questions About Squeeze Pages...

by Phil
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Hi,

I'm interested to hear from new marketers and anyone
interested in learning about squeeze pages...

Imagine you've paid $1000 for an hour's consultation with a
a top 6 figure marketer and squeeze page expert who is
able to answer any questions you have...

- what would you want to know?
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  • Profile picture of the author matija
    How to write a perfect hook that people who will sign up will also buy front end offer :-).
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaolinsteve
    Originally Posted by Phil View Post

    Hi,

    I'm interested to hear from new marketers and anyone
    interested in learning about squeeze pages...

    Imagine you've paid $1000 for an hour's consultation with a
    a top 6 figure marketer and squeeze page expert who is
    able to answer any questions you have...

    - what would you want to know?
    From my inquiries (being a solo ad provider and coach), you really need to considering drilling down comparisons to good examples and bad examples. 1 niche has different requirements to the next.

    In most cases for the Internet Marketing / MMO niche, you'll want to explain why less is more. Show case studies and the importance of split testing. At a beginner level, their intentions will most likely to be "to get as many people as possible". So you'll need to break it down for them in a way, that they can understand and see why they need to it.

    If it's going to help them to get more leads, and eventually more opportunities to promote their product / services in the back-end, they'll look up to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Carlos Stratton
    I would ask did you use squeeze pages to capture leads and make 6 figures?
    If yes, What was your secret weapon with be succeed with squeeze pages.
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    • Profile picture of the author Phil
      Originally Posted by matija View Post

      How to write a perfect hook that people who will sign up will also buy front end offer :-).
      Hi Matija, that's a great question. You're clearly interested in copywriting and, of course,
      the answer would be dependent upon your niche, your traffic source and your product and
      its price point. But I'll offer you a simpler answer, just to repay you for posting.

      A 'perfect hook' is frequently written in a language which reflects the mindset of the prospect
      and addresses the problem they want solved - so, first you must try to think of the question
      which your product 'answers'. Although that's not enough. You also need to know the emotional
      content of that question - what drives the prospect to look for an answer today?

      But there is one other important consideration, which is often overlooked, and that is -
      the prospect's objection. Why would someone arrive on your squeeze page, but not
      submit their email or convert? What is the obstacle to their conversion and how can
      you take it away?

      Often, when marketers create offers they focus on the why (why should someone convert),
      because they believe their offer is great and anyone would want it, but they forget to look
      at it another way and ask themselves why not?

      Originally Posted by Shaolinsteve View Post

      From my inquiries (being a solo ad provider and coach), you really need to considering drilling down comparisons to good examples and bad examples. 1 niche has different requirements to the next.

      In most cases for the Internet Marketing / MMO niche, you'll want to explain why less is more. Show case studies and the importance of split testing. At a beginner level, their intentions will most likely to be "to get as many people as possible". So you'll need to break it down for them in a way, that they can understand and see why they need to it.

      If it's going to help them to get more leads, and eventually more opportunities to promote their product / services in the back-end, they'll look up to you.
      Hey ShaolinSteve, thanks for your input. I don't see a question there, so I think you're
      probably just trying to help out with some answers too. Thanks for that - I'm just trying
      to get an idea of what people are interested in when they come to this topic fresh, but
      it's good to get another perspective too.

      Originally Posted by Carlos Stratton View Post

      I would ask did you use squeeze pages to capture leads and make 6 figures?
      If yes, What was your secret weapon with be succeed with squeeze pages.
      Hi Carlos, thanks to you too. But I'm sorry to say there probably is no 'secret weapon'
      - other than creating the 'perfect hook', perhaps.

      I'd love to read some more questions -
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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    Wait...are you a 6 figure marketer and squeeze page expert? Cause that's who's supposed to be answering these questions. If so, where do I send my $1,000?
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    • Profile picture of the author Phil
      Originally Posted by drewfioravanti View Post

      Wait...are you a 6 figure marketer and squeeze page expert? Cause that's who's supposed to be answering these questions. If so, where do I send my $1,000?
      Hello Drew,

      I'm just researching and used the idea of a 6 figure marketer as a hook:
      I'm about to do an interview and thought it might be useful to see what
      the Warriors needed to know - but since I am also a full time copywriter
      with almost ten years experience writing online, I thought I'd offer some of
      my own insights as well.

      All the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author morg2k2
    Well i think that you will need to ask the following to your coach:

    1) Give 5-10 high Converting Headlines / Sub-headline about your niche (High converting i am considering more then 60% conversion)

    2) What is the best High Converting Theme of the Squeeze page.
    3) Where should be the image and Headline positioned in the Squeezepage in order to have very High Conversions.
    4) Where should be the CTA button positioned
    5) How to integrate your freebie image with the squeezepage (normally an ebook) color schemes, images, etc
    6) Split testing - What should be used to make the split testing:
    - Headlines
    - Images
    - CTA button position
    - etc...

    This is just a warmup but you need to think about everything before you buy a 1 on 1 coaching... or else lots of things will be out of your training.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Here is a question many people particularly Newbies ask, " What is better, a longer written Sq. Page with countless benefits listed or a short , sweet , and to the point Sq. Page ?


      - Robert Andrew
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      • Profile picture of the author Phil
        Hi guys, thanks for your input here.

        Originally Posted by morg2k2 View Post

        Well i think that you will need to ask the following to your coach:

        1) Give 5-10 high Converting Headlines / Sub-headline about your niche (High converting i am considering more then 60% conversion)

        2) What is the best High Converting Theme of the Squeeze page.
        3) Where should be the image and Headline positioned in the Squeezepage in order to have very High Conversions.
        4) Where should be the CTA button positioned
        5) How to integrate your freebie image with the squeezepage (normally an ebook) color schemes, images, etc
        6) Split testing - What should be used to make the split testing:
        - Headlines
        - Images
        - CTA button position
        - etc...

        This is just a warmup but you need to think about everything before you buy a 1 on 1 coaching... or else lots of things will be out of your training.
        Thanks, those are some good questions.
        And you make some good points, too.

        Originally Posted by discrat View Post

        Here is a question many people particularly Newbies ask, " What is better, a longer written Sq. Page with countless benefits listed or a short , sweet , and to the point Sq. Page ?

        - Robert Andrew
        Hi Robert, that's a great question, thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Hess
    Anyone with half a brain can whip up a high converting squeeze page especially with all the tools on the market.

    Don't ask them any questions about squeeze pages, ask them about traffic sources because that's what really matters when it comes to list building.

    Also, without traffic, you can't split-test which ultimately tells you which pages convert best in your market.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Imagine you've paid $1000 for an hour's consultation with a
    a top 6 figure marketer and squeeze page expert who is
    able to answer any questions you have...
    You have just been robbed!

    - what would you want to know?
    Boxers or briefs??
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    • Profile picture of the author Phil
      Originally Posted by Mark Hess View Post

      Anyone with half a brain can whip up a high converting squeeze page especially with all the tools on the market.

      Don't ask them any questions about squeeze pages, ask them about traffic sources because that's what really matters when it comes to list building.

      Also, without traffic, you can't split-test which ultimately tells you which pages convert best in your market.
      That's a good point and a good question, Mark, thanks. I agree, the correct traffic
      source for an offer is probably one of the most important elements.

      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      You have just been robbed!

      Boxers or briefs??
      That's a rather limited point of view, Brent, if I may say so: In my experience, a
      good consultant can save me hours, days, if not weeks of work. And potentially
      make me profitable quicker. I'm not frightened of investment - and quite honestly,
      I'd prefer to invest my money than my time as it will get me where I want to go
      quicker.
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  • Profile picture of the author Teravel
    I wouldn't spend $1,000 to talk about Squeeze pages... Course, I wouldn't spend $1,000 to talk about any single marketing topic.

    But, to keep with the flow of the thread, I do have a question that I have been wondering for some time now.

    "Why, with all the information out there, do so few designers still not understand how to design a decent squeeze page?"
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    • Profile picture of the author Phil
      Originally Posted by Teravel View Post

      I wouldn't spend $1,000 to talk about Squeeze pages... Course, I wouldn't spend $1,000 to talk about any single marketing topic.

      But, to keep with the flow of the thread, I do have a question that I have been wondering for some time now.

      "Why, with all the information out there, do so few designers still not understand how to design a decent squeeze page?"
      Hi Teravel, admittedly, I've simplified the details so I could ask one simple question here.

      I like your question! And assuming there is some seriousness to it, I may be able to
      provide the beginnings of an answer - I was a designer and art director for almost 20
      years prior to focussing on copywriting.

      If you do a quick sampling of the history of graphic design, you'll see that in the beginning
      it was fine artists and illustrators who did the work. And whilst graphic design has
      become a specialism all of its own over the years, the basic education of a designer
      still has its roots in the arts rather than sales.

      Squeeze pages are a direct marketing tool, and most designers don't have any knowledge
      or understanding of direct marketing: in very general terms, they just want to make
      something look good, rather than design something that may not look good but is
      effective.

      Hey, this is AN answer, based on my experience, not necessarily THE answer for
      every case.
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  • Profile picture of the author Teravel
    I get what you're sayin, Phil.

    Perhaps I was to broad. I wasn't referring to the artist work behind the page. I was talking about the Web Designers poor coding skills.

    If you visit your favoured search engine and look for "Squeeze Page Templates", most of what you find will have Headers, Footers, and even Sidebars filled with links. Obviously, these are something you want to avoid on a squeeze page, as the less choices the visitor has, the more likely they will take the action you want them to take.

    Over the last year or so, I have found that very few CSS and PHP coders have even the most basic understanding of what a Squeeze page is, or what it's used for. After discussing, hiring, and firing a dozen or so "Web Designers", I decided to learn the basics of CSS and PHP myself.

    Amazingly enough, it took less time and money to learn CSS and PHP than I spent with all those wanna-be web designers.
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  • Profile picture of the author eaw44f
    wirting a high converting i struggle with that the most

    also the color of the optin button, text, font

    what text to display on the optin button
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