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Hello.


What's the best capture page you've seen?


Whats good for converting offering a freebie vs. offering a discount?


Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomasOwen
    In my experience, (not that much). I found when split testing that the simpler a capture page the better = the more opt ins. Of the few solo ads I have run the best converting have been simple with a small amount of text and an opt in email box and that's it. Obviously depends in the offer and niche etc but it's not always about looking beautiful!
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  • Profile picture of the author MartinPlatt
    Originally Posted by beasty513 View Post

    Hello.


    What's the best capture page you've seen?


    Whats good for converting offering a freebie vs. offering a discount?


    Thanks.
    Generally some simple, not many words, looks inviting, and leads to curiosity.

    I am averaging 48.5% with that approach.

    That's a freebie.
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    • Profile picture of the author wesawu
      I would have to agree with all the above posters. I can't even recall how many squeeze pages I have built over the years but I can tell you that the best performers by far have been the simple ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Luck
    There isn't an all-time "best capture page"

    It all depends on your niche, product offering, audience, demographic data, and much more.

    However, if you want some very cool "ideas" for "great capture pages" you can take a look at:

    Landing page templates | Landing Pages: Build, Publish & Test Without I.T.

    I use Unbounce religiously and every one of their templates convert extremely well for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author stevebent
    Anything that captures the curiosity of solving a problem in the shortest time possible.
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    Because it's not always what you say, as to how you're saying it

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I've had some of the ugliest squeeze pages outpull "fancy" squeeze pages that i've created. It all depends on your niche and their responsiveness.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by beasty513 View Post

    What's the best capture page you've seen?
    In all the split-testing I've ever done, the best capture pages have always been content-rich home pages of content-rich sites (with an opt-in box on them, too, obviously), rather than squeeze pages. (That's because I measure what's the "best" according to income, not according to list size).

    There are many reasons for this (none of which I used to understand until I started split-testing reliably and regularly - I used to make the mistake of assuming that "the biggest list" and "the most income-producing list" were going to be the same thing. They never once have been, whenever I've actually tested that: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7939758 ).

    Originally Posted by beasty513 View Post

    Whats good for converting offering a freebie vs. offering a discount?
    It depends on exactly what you mean by "converting". If you're talking just about the size of the list you'll build, offering a freebie is always going to build you a bigger list, I should think. But measuring things that way is often not a very good approach.
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