I'm starting out with some MRR/PLR products that provide HTML squeeze pages, sales letters, etc. I see that the standard setup is to put the stuff into a folder, and send the person to domain.com/folder, where folder/index.html is the squeeze page, then the user gets routed to folder/thankyou.html (where there might be a confirmation link or download link for the product), and so on.
However, I am interested in leveraging WordPress. As for my wordPress skills, I would say I'm fine with doing anything accessible through the admin panel configurations, but editing php or CSS is something that I want to avoid doing for fear of messing something up.
There are two scenarios I imagine. One is where the user lands on what is essentially the home page of a blog, that maybe has some review posts, and there are links to other pages that are squeeze/sales pages for specific products.
The other scenario is a minisite where the user lands directly on what is a squeeze/sales page. For these minisites, the reason I would like to use wordpress is that I am dreaming up a number of mini-sites based on these MRR products, but am worried that a small and static site would disappear into the internet, thus by using wordpress I get some SEO benefits (like the fact that occasional posts will keep the content fresh, etc).
However, do I need to use a different structure (than one folder with the different HTML files being experienced in sequence?) when trying the same on Wordpress?
I know I could make a WP page the squeeze page, but then are the thank you and other pages set up as WP pages at the top level as well? Do I use parent and child pages? Do I somehow use folders? Do I maybe not set them up as squeeze pages, but leave them as plain HTML, but link to them from the page menu as if they were WP pages?
Anyway, I'm sure I am making this more complicated than it needs to be. Would appreciate the skinny from those in the know.