affiliate marketing landing page question

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newbie asks. I am very confused on the email request on a landing page. Isn't it redundant to create a pretender or landing page for an offer, then if the person clicks they go to the offer which has another email request on it? If i were a customer i probably wouldn't submit two emails back to back. how do i handle this??

thanx
lynn
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  • Profile picture of the author Dave d
    I actually used to use a similar strategy and I know some top earners who also do it. They have a landing page with an offer, prospect opts in and gets redirected to a another landing page that says something like step 2.

    If they dont opt in a second time they still get the offer but the opt in rate for the 2nd landing page is normally way over 80%
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  • Profile picture of the author smartprofitmoney
    Originally Posted by waytooFab View Post

    newbie asks. I am very confused on the email request on a landing page. Isn't it redundant to create a pretender or landing page for an offer, then if the person clicks they go to the offer which has another email request on it? If i were a customer i probably wouldn't submit two emails back to back. how do i handle this??

    thanx
    lynn
    Hello,

    When you setup your funnel, you will want one optin on Front end fist landing page, then you can send them to what ever funnel you want, they will not need to optin over and over only once,

    So now you need to learn which software your going to use, I use WordPress and Instabuilder pro 2 , no affiliate link, so the choice is yours on the builder you use, then choose all the custom settings you want and done.

    It is very easy to setup once you learn instabuilder pro2
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Are you talking about having someone opt-in (your landing page) and then redirecting the user to an affiliate offer that they then have to opt-in to a second list to then see the affiliate offer?

    If yes, I wouldn't send anyone to an affiliate offer that they have to opt-in in order to see the offer. You would be providing subscribers for free to them.
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    • Profile picture of the author waytooFab
      Hi, thanx for response. I prepare a landing page based around an offer which has an email submit button. Once they opt in, they are directed to the original offer. But sometimes the original offer also has an email submit. the offer will describe the item in the offer but will have an email submit. Such as an insurance submit. my landing page gets them to email submit, then its sent to the offer which starts out once again with an email submit. Ive run across this a couple of times. thanx
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      • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
        Originally Posted by waytooFab View Post

        Hi, thanx for response. I prepare a landing page based around an offer which has an email submit button. Once they opt in, they are directed to the original offer. But sometimes the original offer also has an email submit. the offer will describe the item in the offer but will have an email submit. Such as an insurance submit. my landing page gets them to email submit, then its sent to the offer which starts out once again with an email submit. Ive run across this a couple of times. thanx
        I would promote a different offer then. If you're going to generate leads for an affiliate offer, generate leads for YOURSELF. Dont lead them to a page where they can get sucked in by the vendor's embedded optin field on their landing page. There's no telling what they will do to that lead. Find something else to promote. Challenge yourself. Promoting something similar, prove to yourself that you're a great marketer, and dont be a slave to 1 product or niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author robinaraoz
    Hi,

    I have done it a couple of times and it did made me some immediate commissions...

    Still testing this...

    Robin
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by waytooFab View Post

    newbie asks. I am very confused on the email request on a landing page. Isn't it redundant to create a pretender or landing page for an offer, then if the person clicks they go to the offer which has another email request on it? If i were a customer i probably wouldn't submit two emails back to back. how do i handle this??

    thanx
    lynn
    Well, I think you might not be looking at it the right way.

    If you collect emails you have the opportunity to market to your audience several times. If you don't collect emails then you will likely only get to market to them once.
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