This is a WordPress Squeeze page tutorial to help you understand different ways of using a squeeze page. A “how-to” of creating squeeze pages with some of the various parts, ideas, and thoughts you can use to create your “killer” squeeze page man! Killer!
With that being said, a squeeze page will vary from person to person as well as organizations.
I have a squeeze page template I use now, but I appreciate your posting this here in case I need to tweak it. I know that in the past, I’ve spent way too much time trying to make my WordPress squeeze pages look right.
There is never too much time spent on a squeeze page. This is the place that takes a visitor to a subscriber, prospect, and eventually client. You have to make sure the reason is good enough for them to move forward.
A very good tutorial! I am now sold on the idea of using squeeze pages.
Awesome! Glad I could help!
I like the idea of creating squeeze pages with WP, but don’t you use a special plugin or software to do this, and if so which one do you use?
I also love the idea of having people optin via Facebook, but how do you do that? You showed it done on the video, but not the process for doing it. Again, is this a special plugin or software? Which one?
Thanks for the great overview of using WP for your squeeze pages. As you suggest, the squeeze page is probably THE most important part of your business. It is the fulcrum for building a list, which is the very heart of an online business.
First, with Aweber it is exetremely easy. All of the web forms have a Facebook registration option. Just note that the width of the opt-in form must be at least 300 PX.
Absolutely! The squeeze is essential for turning visitors into eventual clients.