secrets of 70% converting squeeze pages?

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Hey,

I'm interested if anybody here has ever had a squeeze page that converted at 70% or higher. I'd love to find out if that's possible because it seems high to me.

Is it REALLY possible? Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Caleb Spilchen
    Jason,

    If you present an offer and have targeted traffic.-- converting at 70% is amazingly possible. Pretty sure I've had one squeeze page convert at that (not sure).

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  • Profile picture of the author Maria Gudelis
    I've only gotten that close of a percentage if the people already know me who are sent to the squeeze page..

    So I sure would like that as well!
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  • Profile picture of the author Owen Smith
    I have but the secret is simple. You need a niche that has very high demand and is hard for customers to find. Meaning you must have no competition but a lot of people wanting your product or information. It is hard to do this though and takes much longer, I would try and hit the 40% mark and upwards.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Michal
    1. Good free offer
    ( bullet points of benifits and say valued at $x just don't say worth $2,997.66 "no hype")

    2. Simple Page
    (not too fancy over hyped with graphics)

    3. Picture of free offer
    ( its nice to "see" what you're getting)

    4. Off page credibility
    (why would I want to be on your list)

    5. Scarcity
    ( only giving 100 away)

    6. These are in no particular order.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Carl Kelly
    Here's the secret: test, make changes, and test again. There is no guarantee that what works for someone else will work for you, in your niche, and with your potential customers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Worner
    It is very possible, less is more, I use a plain white background with a bolded red headline with a direct call to action and that is it, no fancy pictures or anything, they only distract your potential prospects, not to mention having a lot of graphics can drastically slow down your pages loading speed, causing people to click away from your page.

    Then test multiple headlines, just like you would your sales letter.

    In case you are wondering, the highest optin in rate I achieved over an extended period of time was 78%

    Then of course there are other factors such as how well you have targeted your traffic etc.

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  • Profile picture of the author mousecalls
    I agree with Owen that it is probably very beneficial to have a niche that you are targeting be a demanding niche. So one of the first things you should do is research and find that perfect niche to target. Be very specific when defining your niche too.

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  • Profile picture of the author source47
    I believe that the most important component of a squeeze page is your offer. If you are targeting your squeeze page to 'hungry' website visitors. In other words, if you've got something that people want, you will have amazing conversion rates. (supply vs. demand)

    I'm actually looking for individuals to help me test out my Premium Squeeze Page Template. (In my Sig.)

    I would like to get an idea from others how well the template converts. If you want to help me with that then feel free to PM me.

    I hope this helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author Louise Green
    Yes it can be done, one of the products our company offers converts at over 86%

    There is no secret, just lazer targeted traffic.

    I should add, this isn't a squeeze page.. it's a sales page.
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  • Profile picture of the author SolomonHuey
    My best is 86.4%. All you truly need is:

    - Targeted traffic
    - Bait that the visitor truly wants/needs
    - Remove potential objections to opting in

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  • Profile picture of the author drmani
    Originally Posted by Jason Fladlien View Post

    I'm interested if anybody here has ever had a squeeze page that converted at 70% or higher. I'd love to find out if that's possible because it seems high to me.

    Is it REALLY possible? Thanks!
    Counter-point.

    Isn't it true that if your conversions are high, your
    marketing is probably LESS aggressive than it might be?!

    Because high conversion can indicate very targeted prospects
    hitting your page - which means there are LESS targeted prospects
    who MIGHT buy from you, but you are NOT reaching with your
    marketing efforts... and you could do it, profitably!

    So, paradoxically, a 70% conversion page may NOT be ideal,
    from the perspective of PROFIT maximization.

    Thoughts?

    All success
    Dr.Mani
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by drmani View Post

      Isn't it true that if your conversions are high, your marketing is probably LESS aggressive than it might be?!

      Because high conversion can indicate very targeted prospects hitting your page - which means there are LESS targeted prospects who MIGHT buy from you, but you are NOT reaching with your marketing efforts... and you could do it, profitably!

      So, paradoxically, a 70% conversion page may NOT be ideal, from the perspective of PROFIT maximization.

      Thoughts?
      I agree with you 100%, Dr, (and am glad you said it, rather than I).

      It's one of these things like click-through rates in article marketing (well, similar in one way, anyway). Many people assume - quite mistakenly - that "the higher it is, the better". It isn't necessarily true at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    I bet I could get 100% to convert anytime I wanted. The "secret?" Offer lots of cold hard cash to sign up. Instantly paid to them however they prefer it. LOL The point is, of course, that the offer is the key, and the heat of the traffic is the 2nd most important part. Ideally, you want "hot" traffic - people who are totally pre-sold to get what you're offering and pay your asking price (opting in). This is why being recommended in forums and on other peoples' lists is so powerful and can crank you up to the super-high conversion rates some in here are mentioning.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I think the key would be to have really targeted traffic that has already been "pre-warmed" to your offer by JV partners and/or already know and trust you. If you or your JV partners build anticipation by utilizing some of the classic prelaunch tactics of giving away valuable insight and knowledge about what you're actually offering either through video, blog posts, etc. (and sweetening the pot by promising additional goodies if they opt in) you'll have them opting in at ridiculously high rates!

    Paul

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  • Profile picture of the author davemiz
    yes, during a launch.... kinda easy to get over 70% optin, provided you're testing.

    I had at one point 86% on my squeeze when i first launched my product back in 2005.

    normally i get anywhere from 25-50% depending on the source of traffic. (25% is on cold/paid traffic)

    ron, good stuff, thats a really nice number.... i'd never think in a million years that page would convert that well.... congrats dude. Personally I never look at any IM stuff that works because of the market. IM'ers are mostly dealing with buyers who will buy anything and everything....

    its not like a niche market. (i think you're also in niches so you probably can echo that)

    But the source of traffic is interesting... think that has anything to do with the super high optin?
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