July 9, 2020

Squeeze Page

Squeeze Page
A squeeze page consist of your opt-in form with the details to present to the potential prospects being able to find you on the web, by evaluating what you are offering them in exchange for their contact information and making the decision to become an active subscriber of your list.
A squeeze page is very similar to a sales page in terms of its primary function is to pull in customers and motivate them to take further action, in this case, they have to subscribe to your list.
Highlighting the “Call of Action” is very important in creating high performance squeeze pages, and you must place highly appealing outlines and benefits to ensure that your visitors are guided fully to fill in the opt-in form; otherwise they will not be added to your list.
You need to clearly direct visitors to enter in their name and email address as well as instruct them to confirm their request to join your list (if you are using double opt-in).
One thing to keep in mind when developing your squeeze page is that it should motivate visitors in the same way that a traditional sales page should, however, the actual structure of your squeeze page may not be similar.
With sales pages, they are typically designed to offer as much information about a particular product or services as possible, since the main focus is on transforming a visitor into a buyer.
With a squeeze page, you aren’t asking your visitor to make a decision to purchase or commit to anything other than to subscribe to your mailing list where they are rewarded with a free product, newsletter or e-course.
Keeping this offer or giveaway in mind, when you develop a squeeze page, you need to have a strong focus on your market, and design your offer around an existing problem, need or question.
To come up with the best incentive offer possible, you’ll need to thoroughly evaluate your market, as well as competing offers so that you can create a relevant product that is in demand and will likely to capture the attention from your targeted prospects.
Squeeze pages should be designed to offer a clear navigation system, basic structure, template and a compelling deal.
To summarize, your list building process consists of three major parts:
I. Squeeze Page With Opt-In Form
II. Compelling High Quality Offer or Incentive
III. Follow Up Messages And Broadcasts
We will discuss the structure of a successful squeeze page in an upcoming chapter, so that you can begin to develop your own.