Squeezepage questions

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Anyone got any do's and don't for squeeze pages/What a squeeze page absolutely needs etc? - What a template should look like/certain section ordering that normally needs adhering to for max impact?
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  • Profile picture of the author Manie Amari
    Originally Posted by adam westrop View Post

    Anyone got any do's and don't for squeeze pages
    Not really...

    What a squeeze page absolutely needs etc?
    A space to collect the name and email of the subscriber.

    What a template should look like/certain section ordering that normally needs adhering to for max impact?
    It's all about testing. Everyone has different results. Test everything! Check out some of the sig files within the forum and see what others are doing. I personally didn't bother with designing my squeeze page I just bought OptimizePress that generates them and then just tested them with solo ads. I used AB split test to test my squeeze pages. Main thing to ensure is that your averaging a conversion of 50%. Then scale up the subscribers using your traffic sources.

    Just go for it, don't waist anytime trying to make the perfect squeeze page. The sooner you get your list going the better.


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  • Profile picture of the author Michelle Stevens
    Originally Posted by adam westrop View Post

    Anyone got any do's and don't for squeeze pages/What a squeeze page absolutely needs etc? - What a template should look like/certain section ordering that normally needs adhering to for max impact?
    Do keep the opt in form above the fold of the page and don't make people scroll down in order to find it.

    Do have a strong call to action so the visitor knows exactly what they need to do next
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Hi Adam,

    You can get some good ideas by visiting the links below and getting some good ideas there.

    Also have a look around at some examples here at the W.F. if you like to get your creative juices going aswell.

    Once you have created your first squeeze page it gets easier from there.

    Make sure you state that your offer is FREE at least 3 times in your header, sub-headline and also above your opt-in form.

    This makes the visitor aware that your offer is FREE and allows them to be at ease.

    Hope this helps and good luck!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by adam westrop View Post

    Anyone got any do's and don't for squeeze pages
    Yes - just one, from me: don't assume that a squeeze page is the only way to build a list, and especially don't assume that it's the best way to build a list.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7005227

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post6123982
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  • Profile picture of the author chiwawa
    You should try to write or create headlines that are compelling, to be able to capture your visitors attention. Be brief yet detailed by stating the ultimate benefits of your product and try to include bonuses.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gama Seva
    IMHO, It doesn't matter what design or button arrangement you do on a squeeze page. At the end of the day it will all boils down to the value you provide for your audience in exchange of their precious name and email address.

    Gama


    Originally Posted by adam westrop View Post

    Anyone got any do's and don't for squeeze pages/What a squeeze page absolutely needs etc? - What a template should look like/certain section ordering that normally needs adhering to for max impact?
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  • Profile picture of the author twinkenterprises
    I've heard the simpler they are the better. A couple bullet points or short video about the offer seem to work. Don't make your sign up collect a lot of info. all you really need is the name and email.
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  • Profile picture of the author jnasty
    I have to agree that simplicity is key. With my landing (squeeze) pages this means that I only try and capture the email address, not the name AND email.

    Do you really read an autoresponder email that says Hello {firstname} and think that it's a personal note anymore?

    All you really need is:

    -Good headline
    -3 or 4 bullets (remember benefits, not features)
    -Call to action (tell them to join now!)
    -email capture box
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaun OReilly
    Originally Posted by adam westrop View Post

    Anyone got any do's and don't for squeeze pages/What a squeeze page absolutely needs etc? - What a template should look like/certain section ordering that normally needs adhering to for max impact?
    There are plenty of recommendations on what you should
    and should not do for squeeze pages.

    For example, do NOT take advice on what the best squeeze
    page for you will be. What you should DO is to test at least
    two different squeeze pages to continually find the most
    effective set-up for you and your traffic.

    For my own sites, I've found that simple squeeze pages with
    a headline, call-to-action and an opt-in form and button work
    well.

    Your mileage may vary. Test it for yourself.

    Dedicated to mutual success,

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