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How many squeeze pages do you test before choosing one?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by cashcrateaddict, Jan 18, 2013.

  1. cashcrateaddict

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    Hey guys,

    I'm currently in the process of creating my squeeze pages for my email marketing campaign. I was thinking about this question for a while but couldn't find an answer.

    I've thought about creating 2-3 but then I though that was too little and I should be testing 4-5. How many is a good number?
     
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    Thanks for the reply.

    What would you consider a winner, conversion rate wise?

    I've seen some squeeze pages reach 40% conversions, I know that's not bad but is that to be expected?
     
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    It's not so easy to "expect" a maximum. Personally, I look for a minimum of about 30%. I never make one squeeze page at a time, because I know that I'll just procrastinate if I don't start testing right away.

    I can make two versions of a squeeze in about 20-30 mins... I'll send about 100 clicks to each, and take whichever one performs better. If neither of them gets at least 30%, I'll scrap both and start with two new ones.

    If they both get over 30%, then I keep the one that performed better, and make a modified version (i.e. just change the headline to begin with). Then I test those two against each other... Then you simply repeat the process.

    Note: some people will say that 100 visits isn't enough to test a squeeze page... Perhaps it is, perhaps it isn't. But I managed to improve one of my squeezes from about 30% to almost 50% after 3 tests (3 days). And it would have taken me two weeks to get the same results if I was waiting till I got 500 clicks to each.

    Hope this helps,
    Isaac

    Edit: Traffic sources will also make a HUGE difference to conversions. So make sure you use the same source to both pages when testing.