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Can I just register one generic URL and make several squeeze pages for ads?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Tiddlywink19, Nov 17, 2015.

  1. Tiddlywink19

    Tiddlywink19 Regular Member

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    So I had a thought.

    Would it be feasible to make one generic url for example: thisisreallygreat.com

    And then for each squeeze page to get the name and email before the affiliate offer, make it derived from the same root domain for example:
    thisisreallygreat.com/stocktips
    thisisreallygreat.com/loseweight
    thisisreallygreat.com/gardeningtools

    So I would be hosting one domain, be able to track all the pages under one root domain, and each would have a squeeze page that would be compliant with ad networks.

    Does this all makes sense/is this OK!? Anyone have any thoughts?

    Still new to this whole 'ad network to affiliate thing' thanks!

    Any additional tips would be cool, too!!
     
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    zebrahat Elite Member

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    Yes, this would work if you were branding the root url to give it value in being attached to all your sub pages. But if you're not creating such an authority site, the only value is in it saving you money on multiple TLDs. If it's just a matter of saving money, just go with a blogspot, wordpress.com or other free subdomain.
     
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    Tiddlywink19 Regular Member

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    Yeah, I want to brand the root domain so an article would be attached with each page, but I want the ad network to link to the affiliate page. So it's not necessary they view the whole site, they can just view the squeeze page, fill the form, then go to clickbank, CJ, Peerfly, etc., etc., and if they decided to go to the root domain they have more to choose from.

    But the URL would obviously be extremely generic. Would this be an OK way to route paid traffic? You seem experienced, if this seems OK to you I am going to have at it!
     
  4. akzidennz

    akzidennz Registered Member

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    Should be fine. Just be sure to create a root domain theme that makes sense with the sub landing pages so when people look at the parent URL they see some relationship between your squeeze page offer and the parent pages. Maybe you create a news or review parent site so you can run all kinds of offers under it. When we do this we generally keep the visitors contained within the squeeze page or sub micro site to keep them focused on what we want them to do which is fill a form.
     
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    DenisK Registered Member

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    I agree with themed domain names, for example if I am promoting supplements I keep the same root domain and add landing pages for each product, service instead of registering a new domain each time.