They are simply HTML pages which are designed to collect the name and email of my visitors.
In exchange I offer something of value to them. This could be a report, mp3 audio, a video, or just weekly newsletter updates.
A squeeze page is much more than what you see on the surface. You need to add some elements to add to a squeeze page which will capture the visitor's psycho so that he is ready to get into your list.
Some of these elements are:
1. A short but bold and catchy headline
You want to grab the reader's attention and let them know that they're on the right page that will answer their questions or concerns.
This is why it's important to know what your visitors are after before hand and have content ready to hand out to them.
2. Ticks and Bullet points
This will describe a little bit about the product or free gift you are offering. Treat your squeeze page as a part of your sales copy. You don't need you be a great copywriter to write a squeeze page, just be sure to craft your squeeze page with the same skills that you have used in crafting your sales.
A little bit of audio will further enhance the appeal of your squeeze page and if you are an expert, your audio will hypnotize the visitor so that he has no other way but to subscribe to your list. But again, don't over do it.
Use it sparingly. Also audios don't work for everybody-if it works for me, it doesn't mean that it will work for you too. Test out every squeeze page. If you see that by adding audio, your conversion levels have dropped, then don't use it.
These are just some basic elements that make for a high converting squeeze page.
Most people believe that a large mailing list is the secret to big money. It really is not. What counts is the quality of the people on your list. This means that they are likely to buy when you send out an email.
As you can see, if they aren't buyers, it doesn't matter how many people you have on your list.
No buyers, means you get no business.
The real 'secret' to making money online is having a list populated with people who are willing to hand over the money when you show them a great opportunity. Certainly, they won't buy each offer you have, but they will purchase those items that make sense to them. It isn't more complex than that.
Here's 3 ways I make sure I build a list of buyers.
1. Offer something cheap!
Whilst there's not a lot of profit potential from $10 sales, I go as low as $7, even as low as $1.
If no one is willing to buy even at these low prices, especially if I'm offering something of great value then you know that they shouldn't be on your list in the first place.
2. One-time offers!
This is where I'll provide something for free and then after they sign up they're presented with a mid-range priced offer, somewhere between $27-$97.
If they buy I'll use Aweber's automation feature to subscribe them to my 'buyers' list. This was I get to filter out the buyers from the freebie seekers.
3. Low-cost membership.
If someone is willing to spend say $4.99 a month on how-to content, do you think they'll be interested in the higher end products you have to offer?
Of course they would. This is why I focus on setting up low-cost, low-profit recurring membership sites that provide information in the form of PDF reports.
I can then gauge that up-selling a higher priced one-off $97 product would not be so much of a problem since they're already use to spending with me.
This is just some of the ways I generate a buyer's list and it's the same mentality you should be adopting to get the most out of your list!
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