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Squeeze Pages = Best Methods? Why?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MasterGodfather, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. MasterGodfather

    MasterGodfather Newbie

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    I've noticed that just about all affiliate offers and various sellers of digital products use those spammy looking squeeze pages for their products. My question is why? Do they really convert better? I know before I started dabbling in IM that whenever I came across those type of pages I immediately left the site because they just screamed spam to me. Was wondering if you guys had any info/thoughts/opinions?
     
  2. views

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    squeze age is not is not best method , but is great to work with....
     
  3. FstQuik07

    FstQuik07 Junior Member

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    I've always felt the same way. I just want simply what it does, reviews from [multiple] sources, and scroooolll aall the way down to the price. LOL

    EDIT: Is it an age thing? 22 here.

    My thoughts on the subject are that squeeze pages may be the thing of the past, but now everybody's got one.
     
  4. dfrancon

    dfrancon Regular Member

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    Squeeze pages are still a good way to collect a list for future promotions. They are called squeeze pages because they essentially give the user only one option, submit their email address (or leave the site).

    Even email/zip submits are usually squeeze pages, but they build a list for the advertiser instead of yourself.
     
  5. zack

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    Squeeze pages do look spammy to people in the IM world but I guess normal people consider is as a page with lots of information about the product and reviews. It helps in creating hype and generating interest about the product.
     
  6. MasterGodfather

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    FstQuik07 - I do think age may be a factor (24 here). The younger generation who has used the internet more extensively has gotten used to what advertising looks like (and this variety is quite obvious) and therefore tend to dismiss it fairly quickly. That's my personal $0.02.
    I was just curious to see if others were getting results because everybody seems to be doing it (and like I said, I have never used them).
    Thanks for the feedback thus far.
     
  7. Tonygand

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    I dont think it's an age thing. I'm 38 and just started IM less than a year ago and I'm sick of those run on squeeze pages. I just skip it if it's too long.
    If it has some useful content worth reading and makes me want more then I'll sign up. That's mainly the reason for a squeeze page is it not?