A Look at Squeeze Pages

Let’s look at what you usually do when
surfing the web. You see a site you like
and start to read it. You are thinking
about what a great site it is and if you
really like it you bookmark it so you
can come back again.

Then something interrupts you, it may be
the dog barking at a neighbor or one of
the kids starting to cry and you are
called away.

What happens when you get back? You have
forgotten what you were looking at and
what are the odds you’ll ever use the
bookmark to go back?

Want to find out? Go click your bookmarks
right now and see if you can even remember
what half of them are for. I know I can’t.

Your site visitor is no different then you
are. No matter how great your site is
things constantly distract people and your
visitor is gone.

Now if the site you visited had used a
squeeze page and made you an offer of
interest, they would have a way to
contact you. When they email two days
later you remember the great report
they gave you and open the email to see
what they have to say.

You are very likely to go back and see more
of their site. What is more is that they
can continue to invite you back time and
again because they got your contact
information and your permission.

This is why using a squeeze page and getting
permission to follow up with your visitors is
so powerful.

Check out Instant Squeeze Page Generator to
discover how easy creating your page can be.
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There are a number of pieces that go into
creating a good squeeze page.

Probably the most important is the layout
of the page. Creating a good template for
your squeeze page and testing and tweaking
it can take quite a bit of time.

All of the time you spend doing that will
cost you subscribers as you work to get
your squeeze page converting properly.
After all if only 2% of your visitors sign
up instead of 20% you have lost quite a few
chances to get people to return.

That is one of the big advantages of using
the tested templates offered by ISPG. No
learning curve to cost you subscribers.

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