Minisites, tiny sites, sales pages...

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I've lurked here for a few years now off and on. I don't get a lot of time to learn as I am a stay at home mom of 2.

My question to you is... I understand the concept of tiny sites. But why are sales pages called "mini sites"? I thought mini sites and tiny sites were the same thing. The reason I ask is because I plan on building tiny sites to flip but I don't want to use incorrect lingo.
#minisites #pages #sales #sites #tiny
  • Profile picture of the author lerxtjr
    ha, I don't recall ever hearing the term "tiny sites." Landing pages, sales pages, opt-in pages, squeeze pages...yes, but "tiny sites?" Nope.

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    • Profile picture of the author MidnightMarketing
      I think I heard the term "tiny sites" used by Travis Sago and PotPieGirl when they were referring to sites that were small content sites of maybe 10 pages that were geared towards affiliate marketing and adsense
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      • Profile picture of the author markharrison04
        They are all the same thing

        Personally, any site with more than 6 pages is a proper full blown website in my eyes and anything below that is a mini site!
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  • Profile picture of the author ArticlePrince
    They're called 'minisites' because some people have a separate domain for landing pages or sales pages, so it's a one page site :-)
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