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Landing page vs Squeeze page

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Anger66, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. Anger66

    Anger66 Registered Member

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    Hello.

    I'm new in promoting Click bank products and spended about 4 days now in learning about that. I read many threads here on forum, many eBooks and I know how things is working.

    I come to step where I need to make a website. Now I'm wondered what type of site to make. There's no problem for me to make any site, I have some skills of programming and so on.

    Some eBooks are talking about that squeeze pages(we're hunting for e-mails) are better and other eBooks are talking about that landing pages(articles + link to offer) are better.

    I'm really in doubt what to make. I want to make it professionaly and looking for help here. I hope someone would suggest me the best thing with pros and cons.

    Another info I give you for better understanding, I'm in weight loss niche if it's helping in suggesting me.

    Thank you in advance!
     
  2. RossWebMedia

    RossWebMedia Newbie

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    Yeah :D, I agree with you Rabbi. But if you really would like to improve that down fall rate, Make them separate, Eh? That is, If you have $3.99 to spare with NetFirms for registering another domain.

    1. Killer Landing Page
    2. Opt-In Freebie Page

    Promote the main keyword source if your doing SEO for Opt-In since it will be your best income (usually). Then your secondary keyword to Killer Landing Page.

    If it comes to no surprise, Anger, Check out Gonzo's thread where he answers questions. It is extremely helpful. I'm pretty sure you may have seen it, It's like #1 thread lol but, Just making sure...

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/clickbank/185887-itt-feeling-generous-answering-cb-questions.html

    Reply back if you have another question...

    I am pretty new to ClickBank as well...Doing the whole thing as a newb. But, I have taken notes, researched, and am well prepared for the journey ahead.
     
  3. Anger66

    Anger66 Registered Member

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    Thank you for quick answers.

    I get a idea to make squeeze page with some articles, tips for better ranking in google. Because if I put only squeeze page without some quality content on it google shouldn't rank me well I think. But I will not promote anything on this page. I will offer them some FREE program or some tips via e-mail.

    What you think?

    By the way.. Thanks for this link RossWebMedia, I saw this thread, but totally forget about it :)
     
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    If your worried about not staying up to date with Google's ranking, I wouldn't be too concerned. Your back-links will keep you up in the top 10 depending on if you do your keyword research correctly.

    If I had to choose between the freebie squeeze or the sales squeeze...And I only had to pick one, I'd do the freebie squeeze emailing list.

    With ClickBank, I don't think it's "will" I make money but "when"...Trial and Error, Trial and Error, Trial and Error.

    I think most people give up when they don't see sales even after doing a lot of work...if they did the work, that is.


    • Some People are lazy
    • Some People are procrastinators
    • Some People get hooked on other things

    I think those 3 reasons apply to many of why people fail with Affiliate Marketing.

    Hard Work and Persistence go a long way with CB just like any other online money making venture.