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Thursday, 2 December 2010

How to make Squeeze Pages

Ahh, the squeeze page - so many money making opportunities!

But to start properly using squeeze pages, you need to make them, silly! So here are my top three ways of making a high converting squeeze page.

Number one - Templates

Buying squeeze page templates can be great. It benefits you, the advertiser and they convert great. If you search around, many are good to use and just require a few clicks to be up and running. You just pick a domain, upload the template, make some minor changes and your done!

Number two - ISPG

ISPG stands for Instant Squeeze Page Generatorand it is a great little tool that you can use to build your list. It produces great little, high converting pages that also come complete with a free gift that you can give away. It also integrates with Listwire, a free autoresponder I mentioned a while back. Just set up a test page which you can find here --> http://instantsqueezepagegenerator.com/displaysp.php?m=64133&s=63645 

Number three - Create it yourself!

Here's a step-by-step procedure for setting up a simple squeeze page.

1. Create a new page in Kompozer.
2. Create a 1 column by 1 row table. Click on the table to select it.
3. Select Table|Table Properties. Change the table width to 600 pixels (or whatever you prefer).
4. Change the spacing to 0. Click 'Apply'.
5. Click the 'Center' icon to centre the table.
6. Type in a headline. Change the styling to suit your tastes.
7. Type in some bullet points.
8. Log in to your autoresponder account. I'll assume you're using AWeber; other autoresponders should be similar.
9. Create a new list. Give it a name that makes sense to you.
10. Create a new web form.
11. Edit the web form fields as needed - I usually add a 'Name' field and make it 'Required'.
12. Save the form.
13. Click on 'Get HTML'.
14. Copy the Javascript snippet ('Ctrl+C')
15. Go back to Kompozer. Click on the 'Source' tab at the bottom of the screen.
16. Paste the Javascript in after the bullet points.
17. Click on 'Publish'.
18. Enter your web hosting account details. If you haven't done this before, it's probably the trickiest part.
19. Open the newly published page in your web browser.
20. Tweak, correct, fix and improve.

Of course, it wont look perfect first time, but you will need some graphics to back it up.

So that's my list - other bits and bobs you might want to check out are:

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