Do you always register a domain name for each of your squeeze page?

by Jensha
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Well, I've seen many squeeze pages now and understand a bit how they work.

And most of them are talking about a topic that a product they're referring their visitors to are related with.

I'm thinking of also asking someone to do one for me for each of the CB product I'm interested to upsell.

Also, for email list that are usually found on the side of site pages, I don't have any products to sell, is there anyway for me to just be an affiliate of a product so that I can just collect the emails for my list (and earn a bit from the 5-click software I guess?). I don't have anything to send or offer to those who would give their emails so I was thinking.

Shoot me with your thoughts please?
#domain #page #register #squeeze
  • Profile picture of the author Corey Geer
    Originally Posted by Jensha View Post

    Well, I've seen many squeeze pages now and understand a bit how they work.

    And most of them are talking about a topic that a product they're referring their visitors to are related with.

    I'm thinking of also asking someone to do one for me for each of the CB product I'm interested to upsell.

    Also, for email list that are usually found on the side of site pages, I don't have any products to sell, is there anyway for me to just be an affiliate of a product so that I can just collect the emails for my list (and earn a bit from the 5-click software I guess?). I don't have anything to send or offer to those who would give their emails so I was thinking.

    Shoot me with your thoughts please?
    Well, once you have those e-mails then you could create or find something to offer that e-mail list.

    I personally am not a fan of squeeze pages for various reasons but to answer your initial question in the title of this thread, yes, I think you should register a domain for all of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Jensha View Post

    Well, I've seen many squeeze pages now and understand a bit how they work.

    And most of them are talking about a topic that a product they're referring their visitors to are related with.
    Do you really mean "squeeze pages", Jensha? A squeeze-page is an email-address-collection page with just a prominently incentivized opt-in and no other content. Are you perhaps talking about "content pages" or "sales pages" or something else? Please forgive me, if I've misunderstood you.

    You don't necessarily need a different domain-name for each squeeze page. You could, for example, have a generic domain-name and use subdomains for each. You could even have different blogs/sites all sharing one domain-name.

    yourdomain.com/skincare
    yourdomain.com/forex
    yourdomain.com/dating

    or
    skincare.yourdomain.com
    forex.yourdomain.com
    dating.yourdomain.com

    Either of these arrangements would need only one domain-name.

    Originally Posted by Jensha View Post

    I'm thinking of also asking someone to do one for me for each of the CB product I'm interested to upsell.
    You must mean squeeze-pages here, I think? Yes, you can certainly get squeeze pages made for each product. Some vendors even supply them, free of charge, to their affiliates (I don't know how good those are!). Or, if you choose products in the name niche, you can just use one squeeze-page for your list in that niche, and promote multiple products within that niche to all the subscribers.

    Originally Posted by Jensha View Post

    I don't have any products to sell, is there anyway for me to just be an affiliate of a product so that I can just collect the emails for my list
    Yes, of course. This is exactly what huge numbers of affiliates do. Nobody's selling many ClickBank products (for example) without list-building and building relationships by email, to promote the products.

    Originally Posted by Jensha View Post

    and earn a bit from the 5-click software I guess?
    Sorry, I don't know what that is.

    Originally Posted by Jensha View Post

    I don't have anything to send or offer to those who would give their emails
    Well, you'd need to produce something for them first, and you'd need to have an autoresponder and an automated email series to send out, to promote the product(s).

    I'm not sure how much I've helped you, but I'm not quite certain what you're asking. Apart from the question in your title, to which the answer is "many people do, yes, but you don't have to". (I don't use squeeze pages, for list-building, myself).
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    • Profile picture of the author Jensha
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      I'm not sure how much I've helped you, but I'm not quite certain what you're asking.
      Oh you've helped me with more than what I asked for! Thank you so much! To be honest squeeze page is the only term I know for those pages we see where... For example a page that is talking about an SE Nuke product and at the bottom of it is a buy button or a link to click bank or some sort.

      So squeeze pages, not much content, mainly just for email list building.

      sales page, is the one I'm talking about promoting a product.

      Thanks!

      And to be honest you just helped me out with another problem that I just realized through your reply.

      Subdomains. I think that's the proper term that is close to what I want to know and not just hyperlink.

      There was a thread I started where I asked how to make one of these buttons in your site to go to another page.

      Sample.

      mydomain:

      "HOME" "ABOUT US."

      Of course home is the main page of our site that we'll see and that's where we'll always go whenever we visit the site directly.

      But when I click about us, it still stay on the same page.

      I believe it's a subdomain that I should work on for that matter.

      You really are a god sent to me Alexa, thank you so much!
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  • Profile picture of the author KingMedia
    A fresh domain with squeeze page and blog set up works great for each niche.

    To grow your list, offer something unique that they can't find anywhere else - your own mini course - bonus for buying a product, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bobdarko
    You can do many squeeze pages on one domain no problem. However, stick to one niche. So have one domain per niche not necessarily per domain. And yeah you can direct your squeeze page front end product or upsell to an affiliate product no problem.
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    • Profile picture of the author oetsman
      Originally Posted by Bobdarko View Post

      You can do many squeeze pages on one domain no problem. However, stick to one niche. So have one domain per niche not necessarily per domain. And yeah you can direct your squeeze page front end product or upsell to an affiliate product no problem.
      Hi Bobdarko,

      I've tried to create subdomains on GoDaddy, but after 3 hours of struggling, I would love to hear how you create many squeeze pages on one domain.

      Regards:confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author Jensha
    Oh, and by the 5-click software i meant to say auto affiliate x. i want to join them and venture in that niche as well. but i'm not that knowledgeable yet even in just managing my own site. Ha ha. Maybe next time after I create my first "sales page", oh yeah.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    If you are serious about your online business, then it is best to register a domain name for each squeeze page that you have. It's easy for tracking purposes and affords a more professional impression from your visitors and leads.
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  • Get a domain name based on the niche you're in. Use that page to host all of your squeeze pages and even different products.

    You're building an email list, so keep sending them to the one domain they signed up at for various reasons.

    Different squeeze pages on the same domain can/should be used for different campaigns. There's no need for additional domains unless you're in different niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jensha
    Thanks guys! Yeah, I'm a bit in favor of just using one main domain and sub domains for different squeeze pages now for the same niche. Though, I'm not ever sure if what I'm really after is a squeeze page or a sales page or a content page because I am just reading about these three as of now. I only know about squeeze page before until I read your answers here guys. ^_^
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  • Profile picture of the author Confined To Life
    Also, for email list that are usually found on the side of site pages, I don't have any products to sell, is there anyway for me to just be an affiliate of a product so that I can just collect the emails for my list (and earn a bit from the 5-click software I guess?). I don't have anything to send or offer to those who would give their emails so I was thinking.
    G'day Jensha,

    You most certainly can be an affiliate for another product. This is a great way to go because you aren't required to be an expert on any particular topic and you don't need to spend time physically creating the product! You just need to market it!

    Having said this, the best way to do it, from my experience, is through ClickBank. Yeah, there are other services you can use but I'd strongly recommend ClickBank as they're the best in the business as far as affiliate marketing goes.

    You've said you don't have anything to offer the people on your squeeze page. You could download a bunch of free products that are great and put them together into a ZIP file and call it an eBook collection. But I'd recommend putting in a little work and making a 7 day video training series on your niche. They don't have to be very in-depth or anything like that. Just talk about what you know.

    If you're not comfortable with the video stuff, just write a 10 page eBook report. Simple!

    Now, get to work!

    Cheers,
    CTL
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  • Profile picture of the author bassem
    absolutely not! just get a niche dimain name then create sub-domains for each product. also you dont have to hire someone to create'em for you, just buy some similar plr products with html pages and tweak them to suit your needs...

    cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author John Keane
    The best tip would be create General Niche and build an authority site so google will love and rank it.

    If your goal is just to build a list, Think of one offer that makes your visitor comfortable e.g "Freebies related to your Niche" Then scatter the Optin form all over your Site.

    From this method, you could save a lot of money. but just quite a lot work.

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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    Old thread but I'll bite anyway. (I'm vicious like that. Kindof like a Dragon).

    I say absolutely NOT to have a domain for every squeeze page.

    I'm someone that's always developing stuff, and if I had to literally get a domain for every squeeze page I made? I'd go insane. (Seriously).

    Just have a few domains, and host all of your work in the back end.

    That's what I do at least.



    Stay cool...
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  • Profile picture of the author bmoore62
    I've approached this from two different perspectives. I've subscribed to the theory that you want each squeeze page on a different domain. Maybe it's easier to organize. I guess it depends on the person. The other side of me says to put each page on a subdirectory of your main page for branding purposes.

    I like the idea of adding my different products to www.bobmooreblog.com/subdirectory because it helps to build my brand. Not everyone will think the same way. That's cool.

    Like anything else you're taught in internet marketing, just test. See what gives you the best response and tailor your marketing to that. Let me know if I can provide any extra insight. I'd be glad to help.

    Best of luck in your business ventures.
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