Should I buy OptimizePress?

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It's my first time actually offering a product/service online, and I want the sales page to look professional and convert.

But I really have no idea how to make one. As far as the writing goes, I'm confident I can pull it off - but in terms of page design and layout I really have no clue where to start.

OptimizePress seems pretty easy to use, and I do like the results. Any other alternatives you'd all recommend before I add another $97 to the credit card bill?
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  • Profile picture of the author Adevictus
    Originally Posted by tooAlive View Post

    It's my first time actually offering a product/service online, and I want the sales page to look professional and convert.

    But I really have no idea how to make one. As far as the writing goes, I'm confident I can pull it off - but in terms of page design and layout I really have no clue where to start.

    OptimizePress seems pretty easy to use, and I do like the results. Any other alternatives you'd all recommend before I add another $97 to the credit card bill?
    If you aren't good at creating a sales page that looks professional and convert, OptimizePress will not serve you any purpose.

    If you aren't good, you aren't good. Not much more to it. You are better off finding someone else who is good at it to do it for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author KimW
      Originally Posted by Adevictus View Post

      If you aren't good at creating a sales page that looks professional and convert, OptimizePress will not serve you any purpose.

      If you aren't good, you aren't good. Not much more to it. You are better off finding someone else who is good at it to do it for you.
      Sorry, but have you even researched optimizePress?
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      • Profile picture of the author Adevictus
        Originally Posted by KimW View Post

        Sorry, but have you even researched optimizePress?
        Yes and just because it easily produces a landing page, doesn't mean it will produce quality, converting landing pages.

        You still have to know what you are doing to some degree to have the competitive edge.
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        • Profile picture of the author JimMichael
          Is it a good theme for general services? Rather than IM sales or 'make money' schemes?

          We are currently targeting authors with our press release writing and distribution service - something that is usually done in a very business-like and professional way.

          People like our multi-page site with it's pricing tables, testimonials page, blog etc.

          Just wondering if it works for a regular business, one that wouldn't usually go for a squeeze page?
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  • Profile picture of the author Birdi
    lol optimize press is a solid buy,

    it converts like crazy !!!!! the layouts convert, graphics are good, so are the buttons the design is simple and straight forward just simple clicks here and there .... a dammm good and solid investment

    birdi
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrick Batty
    I'm happy with OptimizePress.. It's a little tricky for the first while, but it's the core theme on my main sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeMango25
    Buy it! The amount of stuff you can do with it is incredible... AND it's very easy to use + has loooots of pre-made stuff like graphics, sales pages, squeeze pages, oto pages,...

    Def a good investment!
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  • Profile picture of the author FrankWellington
    Originally Posted by tooAlive View Post

    It's my first time actually offering a product/service online, and I want the sales page to look professional and convert.

    But I really have no idea how to make one. As far as the writing goes, I'm confident I can pull it off - but in terms of page design and layout I really have no clue where to start.

    OptimizePress seems pretty easy to use, and I do like the results. Any other alternatives you'd all recommend before I add another $97 to the credit card bill?
    Hello my friend,

    Ask yourself the following questions...

    1. Have I read enough reviews to determine if
    OptimizePress will meet my needs?

    2. Does OptimizePress have the features I'm
    looking for?

    3. Would I like to utilize the blog portion
    of OptimizePress?

    4. Do I know enough about the shortcodes in
    OptimizePress?

    5. How flexible is OptimizePress for a beginner?

    6. How well does OptimizePress integrate with
    WordPress?

    I encourage you to do your due diligence
    before making "any" purchase... Especially
    online.

    Kindly,
    Frank

    PS Remember... Learn how to analyze "real/good"
    reviews, consult with your mentor, and take
    MASSIVE action!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Dunson
    I use ProfitsTheme and I love it. I think the features are similar to OptimizePress. Check it out and decide for yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author FNHPWR11
    OptimizePress is pretty solid. Tons of shortcodes. Lots and lots of features. Video tutorials to help if you need them..
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  • Profile picture of the author DanAndrews
    I agree, if you are straight up going for squeeze / sales page format, it's the best solution I've found. Even though it's really simple, it can actually take a little while to get the page looking great. I'd put up your minimum viable product with a free WP theme and get your text 100% edited and finished before you put it into optimize press. Avoid editing on the fly, as a lot of little bugs and formatting concerns will drive you nuts and suck a lot of time. That's tough to do for web guys, but will save you tons of time with optimize press.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pierce
    I use it all the time and love it. It takes all the hassle out of making things look perfect (which is the stuff I hate the most).

    You will still need to know how to write some good sales copy to make it work though.
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