Please comment on my Squeeze Page

by gowireless99 6 replies
I have a Squeeze page up and running. Can you please have a look at it and tell me how it looks? Any comments to improve the squeeze page will be very much appreciated.

www dot gopaliyer dot org forward slash testpage1.html
#main internet marketing discussion forum #comment #page #squeeze
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  • Profile picture of the author techservice
    It's not done and your auto responder forwarded me strait to GS2.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andre Lavell
      Originally Posted by Tom Bartlett View Post

      It's not done and your auto responder forwarded me strait to GS2. Not Happy.
      It's obviously a test page.

      Originally Posted by gowireless99 View Post

      Can you please have a look at it and tell me how it looks?
      It looks a bit basic and to the point (which may be a good thing, that's
      up to you to test) I'd recommend enlarging the font of your
      headline a bit, though.

      I'd also try out this arrow right under the headline:
      http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/5452/arrowr.gif
      and move the bolded-black text below the form.

      Changing the 'Give me free access' button wouldn't hurt either.
      That's your call to action - and since your page is pretty naked and basic,
      that bad boy has to stand out. Here's a good one to try out:
      http://img811.imageshack.us/img811/5...cessbutton.png

      Andre
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    • Profile picture of the author rekerlolz
      Originally Posted by Tom Bartlett View Post

      It's not done and your auto responder forwarded me strait to GS2. Not Happy.
      I made my first squeeze page last week. It is in the weight loss niche and once people sign up for my list it directs them to FatLoss4Idiots .... good idea ...or bad? Any feedback on that would be splendid.
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      • Profile picture of the author JCorp
        Originally Posted by rekerlolz View Post

        I made my first squeeze page last week. It is in the weight loss niche and once people sign up for my list it directs them to FatLoss4Idiots .... good idea ...or bad? Any feedback on that would be splendid.


        Just as I answered above, test, test, test. But yea, I think it's a good idea. You've already got their email address so feel free to re-direct them to an affiliate offer so you can start making some sales!
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy Broussard
    Clearly you're going for a very clean look here and like Andre said, that can work... In the IM niche though people generally like to see some reasons "why" or some social proof.

    Here's the best thing I can tell you.

    TEST, TEST, TEST...

    Create two radically different versions and split test them. One with a video, for example, and one with out. Send your traffic 50/50 to each and see which does better. Then continue to make refinements to the best performing of the two and try something else. Continual refinement and improvement is the key...

    Before you get started though, I would make a couple of improvements.

    ** The red title has some redundant wording using "...to your website..." a couple of times like that in the title reads a bit awkward.

    ** I would add some graphic to this to highlight the optin area at a minimum, even if you're going for a totally clean look. You can use hand drawn arrows or an animated arrow GIF.

    But really, the TEST, TEST, TEST part is the most important...

    :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author JCorp
    Test, test, test...

    Also, something that you absolutely must do, is to model existing squeeze pages and put them in a swipe file on your computer so you can look back on them when you need ideas and/or want to test out something.

    Whenever you run across a squeeze page, copy it, go on clickbank and search for squeeze pages, and model them, then test, test, test...
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