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Where to put a squeeze/opt in page

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Zoco1, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    Well this may seem like a dumb question, but I'm new to these things. I've tried promoting products with links in articles and side banners, but nothing worked so far.

    I have a site that is getting good traffic (1000-1300 UV/day) but it's built in a blog like style. All my new articles are on the front page. I was reading trough the posts and decided to put some squeeze page/opt in form on my site so I can collect emails and start an email marketing campaign for a CB product.My only problem is that I don't know where to put the squeeze page. Should I make it a separate page and put some links in articles or can i make it a side module on my front page?

    Any examples are welcomed :)
     
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    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    bump...
     
  3. Pekton

    Pekton Regular Member

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    i'd go with side module that links to a separate page : click here for your free xxxxx report
     
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  4. Zoco1

    Zoco1 Regular Member

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    Thanks Pekton I'll try that.Why not a form directly on the sidebar?
     
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    I think you can sell the benefits of joining the list more on a separate page. The side module catches their eye and the separate page sells them on it.

    If your site was going to be just a squeeze page and your sending traffic by ads then yeah make it all on one page

    marketingexperiments.com is a good resource for ideas on what works best
     
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    skadlec Newbie

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    If you dont want to make the squeeze page your homepage (I would) then the next best option may be to do a squeeze pop up. You can even delay the popup to come up in say 15-20 seconds. Make sure the offer is valuable to your blog readers so they'll be happy to offer the email in exchange.

    Always happy to help out
     
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