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Is it possible to stick a squeeze page on an existing theme while using WP Robot?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by sapmi, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. sapmi

    sapmi Junior Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I wanna promote Clickbank and I have some really good niches. Currently I'm running Shez blogs (WP Robot is adding content and I'm getting twitter traffic)

    I obviously want my new niche blogs to convert well. My question is: Can my main page of the website be my landing page/squeeze page - a static page

    www.mymainpageofblog.com<<<<squeezepage/landing page< THIS IS STATIC

    then:

    www.mymainpageofblog.com/keyword1.html
    www.mymainpageofblog.com/keyword2.html << these pages are updated by WP Robot

    These keyword pages will also have inbound links to my mainpage (for SEO purposes). So WP robot does not touch my main page....so basically I'm making clickbank niche sites, which grow automatically (good for seo), with a nice landing page that will convert for my niche.

    Ideas please :D
     
  2. blackhatdavid

    blackhatdavid Regular Member

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    If I understand correctly what you want to do, you could try this:

    1.) Create a page (not post) on your blog. This will be your landing page. Call it whatever you want ("Home" is logical).
    2.) Under "Settings->Reading", set "Front Page Displays" a static page (the page you just created)
    3.) Click "Save Changes".

    Whenever you (or someone) goes to your site now, you will see your landing page. WPRobot will continue to add content as you have set up and your blog will grow.

    It would probably be advisable to create some links (in the footer maybe) on your landing page that will let the spiders get to the rest of the content on your site (your category list maybe?) You can make it small and unobtrusive as possible. But it would be advisable for SEO purposes for the spiders to be able to get to the content on your site.
     
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  3. smashedpumpkins

    smashedpumpkins Regular Member

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    Sounds like a good plan to me. Use SEO Smartlinks, to turn selected words from articles into links to your home page. Find other ways to make the user want to view your landing page. If you can get a high click through rate from articles to home page I can see some great success.
     
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