How To Write A Lead-Pulling Squeeze Page – Part VI

Squeeze page Secrets

We were initially going to give away the book – we did purchase PLR rights to it… but instead, we are going to convert this into a series of posts.

At the end of the series, we will provide you with the chance to download the PDF version of the book.

So what will we go over?

Here are the topics that we will post over the next few days:

 

  1. Introduction to Squeeze Pages
  2. The Squeeze Page System
  3. What You Need Before Getting Started On Your Squeeze Page
  4. Planning Your Squeeze Page Theme
  5. How to Write a Squeeze Page that Converts
  6. Tips on Increasing Your Squeeze Page Conversion Rate
  7. Driving Targeted Traffic into Your Squeeze Page

You’ll find seven posts over the next 7 days, guaranteed.

Would you like the PDF?  All you need to do is comment on each of the posts over the next 7 days and at the end of the 7 days, we will e-mail you the PDF — complete with the source documents etc., so that you can do what you want with it.  Convert it into posts, like we’ve done.  Sell it — whatever YOU want!

Shall we begin?  As we promised, here is Day 6 and Tips On Increasing Your Squeeze Page Conversion Rates.

 

Tips On Increasing Your

Squeeze Page Conversion Rates

 

There are three major ways in which you can create your Squeeze Page conversion rate. All Squeeze Pages created by professionals usually include these three elements and a few others.

The first way in which you can increase your conversion rate is through personalization. This is usually done in two ways: the first way is by providing a photo of yourself. The second way is by adding your signature to the bottom of your Squeeze Page.

This increases visitors’ trust. Most people who resist buying products online do so because they’re weary of getting scammed by a faceless liar, who won’t be around when they need help or when they need to return the product.

Tip: By adding your picture and signature, you can significantly increase a gain in your visitors’ trust.

Another way in which you can increase your Squeeze Page conversion rate is by using black text or a white layout. Regardless of what anyone tells you, this is one of the easiest ways in which to make your page look professional, rather than pathetic or desperate.

The third way in which you can gain trust is by offering something for free. This is generally what you will do if you’re using a squeeze page to generate leads: you’ll offer a free report or five-day course – and then use that to generate leads, which you will later up-sell or generate revenue from via affiliate sales. Why is this technique so effective?

Quite simply because it allows them to judge your work and ideas before they actually have to pay for them. Additionally, it builds trust.

In addition to these three general ways in which to increase your conversion rate, you should always guarantee your product. If you sell through ClickBank, you actually won’t have a choice.

But if you’re using Paypal or some other check out (credit card processing) program, you will want to make sure you clearly state that customers can return your product for any reason within a given period of time after the purchase.

Follow all of these steps and you will significantly increase your Squeeze Page conversion rate.

 

The next (and final) topic up for discussion is Driving Targetted Traffic Into Your Squeeze Page.

Remember – if you want the FULL PLR package that you can do ANYTHING with, comment (something of quality) on one of the 7 posts and we’ll e-mail the file to you.  Simple as that.  While you are at it… why not DIGG, STUMBLE, and SPHINN the series of posts?

Robert Benjaming @ Internet Business Opportunities

 

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