by wass11
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If I promote any others's products through their landing(squeezing) pages made by them, couldn't
I build a list of my own?
(So, should I create my own landing page for a same product to
build a list?)ㅜ
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  • Profile picture of the author vickybabe
    I would say to create your own unique landing page with an offer of your own and then promote the affiliate product in the backend. either with follow ups or broadcasts.

    When starting out the most important asset to have in your online business is a list. Be sure to build one
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  • Profile picture of the author Maxwell Stinson
    You are promoting another product/service, not your own. The people who go to the squeeze page to subscribe will be interested in what that page offered.

    If plan to offer the same kind of product/service, it may just work for you in building your own list. If you offer something else though, then the interests of your prospects won't be in your favor.
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  • Profile picture of the author sanhal
    Originally Posted by wass11 View Post

    If I promote through any others's products through their landing(squeezing) pages made by them, couldn't
    I build a list of my own?
    (So, should I create my own landing page for a same product to
    build a list?)
    You could create a squeeze page for a free product of your own to build a list then you could divert them to the affiliate product you are promoting once your subscriber has opted in.

    If you set up your optin form through Aweber as a single optin you can specify which page your subscriber is taken to after he signs up. I am only familiar with Aweber but you must be able to do the same with other autoresponder services.

    Then your subscriber gets your follow up autoresponder message with a link to a download page for the free product that you offered. You could put an affiliate banner on this page as well.

    This is known as a squeeze funnel. Hope this makes sense.

    Sandy
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by wass11 View Post

    If I promote through any others's products through their landing(squeezing) pages made by them, couldn't
    I build a list of my own?
    (So, should I create my own landing page for a same product to
    build a list?)
    As long as you have your own unique affiliate Identifier you can drive people to YOUR squeeze page, blog, content squeeze page, etc. and build your own list. Make sure you have a well-thought out product mix strategy, you don't want to just promote ONE or TWO products to your list. You should have at least a dozen offerings.

    I generally don't jump into any market that doesn't have at least 50 to 100 products that I can promote. I usually start with no less than 10 to 12 product offerings and they all get offered within a 90 day period. Autoresponder series last at least a year.

    Also contact the seller and ask them if they have a sales page you can send people to instead of their opt-in page. If they are good, knowledgeable marketers they'll understand their request. Also find out how they keep track of sales. Is it cookies only? How long does it last?

    One time I was sending hordes of traffic to this guy's squeeze page, which I didn't mind at the time because I was geting a 100% ROI. But then I found out his cookies expired within 24 hours. Needless to say, he had his staff create a special sales page for me because I was making him a ton of money. He had my sales tracked for a year (within reason of course).

    Ultimately, I made my own product and increased my ROI that way.

    RoD
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