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Need Advice About Making a Converting Squeeze Page

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Jarod B, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. Jarod B

    Jarod B Junior Member

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    I have been reading many articles about the "secrets" of converting, squeeze pages. I'm still eager about trying to convert my visitors into opt-ins, though. This is my 3rd day of changing things around on the site, and my site has gotten around 1.2K unique views. So far, I've gotten zero opt-ins, though - weird. Can anyone tell me why I'm not getting any opt-ins with hundreds of unique visitors??

    (Okay for some annoying reason, I can't post an image OR a url (T_T), so I have to just PM you the website/img, which I hope works!)

    Please help me. Thanks
     
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  2. roamer

    roamer Power Member

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    No need to reinvent the wheel. Use a highly converting page and analize it (don't just copy it word for word). Read a good book on copywriting and you'll understand what the winner squeeze page does in every section; then go and apply it to your own. By definition, the whole purpose of the squeeze page is to lead people to one and single action: buying whatever you have to sell. Clean it up so there is nothing that detracts the potential customer from that.
     
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    The squeeze page is to get visitors to perform only one action. Design your squeeze page so nothing detracts from that goal. Keep it simple and offer something of precieved value in exchange for the opt-in.