Before you begin the attempt to build a successful list or create a powerful sales page, you will want to start with a rigorous introduction to Squeeze Pages.
Squeeze Pages focus specifically on capturing leads for a newsletter or making sales for a specific product – and make no attempt to give visitors a different option.
Another common word that is often used to describe Squeeze Page, is “squeeze page” (or “lead capture page” in some circles). A squeeze page is a page designed to get names and email addresses. Usually, however, a squeeze page is usually a smaller type of Squeeze Page, which usually has an opt-in form in sight when the page loads.
If you plan to sell a product over the Internet, you will want to use one, too, rather than relying on sidebar opt-in forms and unfocused pages that do not convey a single point and a single call to action.
The Squeeze Page system provides a uniquely powerful system through which you can derive profit from multiple streams.
Let’s start with the Squeeze Page itself: all traffic is sent to the Squeeze Page. From there, it will have a number of options, depending on what you have given them. Many marketers suggest that your Squeeze Page should always be an opt-in form. Others will suggest that it should simply be a sales page. Before you get started building your Squeeze Page, you will need a number of things to
- make your offer actually have a point; and
- facilitate the creation of your Squeeze Page.
One thing you absolutely must have before you get started is an auto responder. Without any auto responder, you are tossing potential bags of money in the garbage. Rather than creating a relationship with customers and potential customers – and giving yourself the opportunity to attempt future up-sales — you’re allowing them to leave and never return.
In addition to an auto responder, you will need to have an actual offer that people want to buy. You may want to develop a product, such as an E-Book or a piece of software.
But in this article, I will show you how to set up a lead capture squeeze page that leads your target audience directly to Whatsapp
Most people have no (or simply the slightest) idea how to write a Squeeze Page that converts. Instead, they slop together elements that they have seen used in other Squeeze Pages – but usually do not put them together in the same way the owner of the successful Squeeze Page did.
One major problem is copy. And that’s fine. Not everyone is going to be an excellent writer – never mind a copywriter. But as someone selling a product or trying to build a list, it is important that you know your strengths and weaknesses – and that you either spend the time to overcome them or hire someone else to do it for you.
With copywriting, for instance, it is important to use a mix of compelling sales points with powerful psychological triggers. Most people who create a sales page miss either one or both of those elements.
There are a couple of important elements that must be present in your squeeze page. If any of these are missing, your target audience won’t click through to your Whatsapp/offer
Let’s dive in
- Headline: Your headline is the most powerful element in your squeeze page. It tells the visitors what they expect when they click through to your offer. Most powerful headlines usually have a big benefit to attract the audience
- Subheadline: What the headline lacks, the subheadline complements. That is, a sub headline gives more details about the headline and have to be as powerful as the headline too
- Image: The image in your squeeze page should be related to what you are offering to your audience. A well detailed mockup of your offer should do the trick here
- Bullet point: this highlights the benefits they’ll get from your offer. If you are offering an ebook, your bullet point should contain some benefits they’ll get after they finish reading the book. And why would they want to finish the book? Because it helps them solve their pain points
- Call To Action: This is equally important. Failure to add a CTA means you don’t have an audience. Your CTA has to be as clear as day for it to pass accross the message you are tring to deliver. CTAs such as “Get It Now”, “Download Now”, “Give Me This Book” are powerful compelling words that leads people to click on your link and request for the book.
Other elements of your squeeze page may include:
The best way to get winning squeeze pages is to test. Test multiple pages by driving targeted traffic using Social Media Marketing(Facebook Ads, Instagram Ads, Google Ads and Youtube Ads) and weed out the ones that doesn’t convert as much as you would like
Your approach to creating a squeeze page should be similar to what I have discussed in this article.
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