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List Profit Boost Squeeze Page Design Guide

List Profit Boost Squeeze Page Design Guide

List Profit Boost Squeeze Page Design Guide to help you create the most effective squeeze page possible, here is a quick overview of the most essential elements that you need to include in your own squeeze page: (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

Compelling, Attention-Grabbing Headlines

“Your squeeze page’s headline should be the very first thing that your visitor sees and therefore it needs to attract attention, draw them in and keep them focused long enough for them to become a confirmed subscriber of your mailing list.” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

“Your headlines text size should be larger than the rest of the text on your page, and for increased exposure, consider adding color to your headline (red and blue works well).” (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

You could also consider highlighting your headline and any sub headline that you use. You can use the <h1> and <h2> tags to enlarge your text, which will not only help with capturing attention from your visitors but will also alert search engine crawlers that the enlarged text is important. (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

Center your headline within your template and try to work in your opt-in box so that it is close to the headline itself. If you are using a CSS based squeeze page, your opt-in box could be placed in a right column, with a bullet list of benefits featured in the main body of your page.

Content/Body

You should keep your content trimmed down so that it focuses only on the most valuable information that you must share. (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

Avoid wordy squeeze pages that offer endless paragraphs of information. Your squeeze page has ONLY one task, to convert visitors into subscribers and so you need to keep it clear, concise, and of course, exciting! (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

“You will want to split test your copy (including lengths) to determine what will increase conversion rates, but in the meantime, here is a quick overview of how to better structure your squeeze page content so that it is easy to read, understand and encourages subscriptions:” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

1) Use Bullet Points to Highlight Benefits

Bullet points emphasize key features and draw attention to the special aspects of becoming a subscriber of your list.

This is a fantastic way to highlight the benefits of becoming a subscriber, and what they will receive, in return, for their subscription. (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

“For example, if you were offering a report on the ‘Insider Secrets to Finding a Work at Home Job’, your benefit list could include:” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

“• Find out how to land a high paying telecommuting job even if you have absolutely no experience online!” (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

  • Avoid devastating work at home job frauds that circulate the industry and target people just like you!
  • Discover the #1 freelance website where 99.9% of new telecommuters can secure employment in their first week online.

“• Create a compelling resume that guarantees you stand out from the crowd and get noticed by top paying companies online!” (“7 Figure List Building”)

2) Retain Focus at ALL Times

Eliminate any external links and keep your squeeze page focused. You want to avoid distractions or directing potential subscribers to external websites (or even internal pages on your site). (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

“Their ONLY option should be to subscribe to your mailing list.” (“List Building Simplified – Wildfire Concepts”) You do not want to confuse them or deter them from your one objective: getting that lead.

Avoid navigation menus, widgets, plugins, or links to articles. Your squeeze page should be one-page long, feature your bullet list, headline, opt-in box and private policy. “Eliminate clutter and any information or content that is not necessary to securing the subscriber.” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

3) Strong & Clear Call to Action

“If you want your squeeze page to successfully recruit new subscribers, you NEED to clearly direct visitors to fill out your opt-in form and confirm their request.” (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

Do NOT assume that people know what to do. Remember, not everyone is likely to have experience with mailing lists, and so you need to directly instruct them as to how they are able to gain access to your free, high-quality offer. (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

Just the same, you also want to direct them to confirm their request to your list once they have entered in their name and email address. (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

If you are using a double opt-in format, you will NOT be able to communicate with subscribers who have not verified their request, so make certain that you are following up and instructing everyone to confirm. (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

(You can do this by automatically directing subscribers to a secondary page on your site that thanks them for subscribing and tells them that the ultimate step is to check their email and confirm their request to join your list by clicking on the verification link sent out by your autoresponder system). (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

Just like your squeeze page, keep your confirmation page clean and crisp. Avoid ANY external links at this point because you need your subscriber to follow your instructions instantly, eliminating any chance of them forgetting to confirm. (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

“Consider highlighting your call to action, or using bold text to emphasize it, like this:” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

“Submit Your Information Immediately to Claim

This FREE Report – Before It is Gone!”

This creates a sense of urgency and gets them excited about what you are offering. This is a crucial element to keep in mind. “You also may want to try a more specific scarcity tactic, like,” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

“Only 25 Copies Available!

Claim Yours Before It is Gone!”

4) Minimize Graphics and Use Them Wisely

Your squeeze page should load quickly and remain clean and focused. However, it has been proven that using report covers, or ecovers can increase subscriber rates by giving your visitor a visual picture of what they will receive after subscribing to your list. (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

“Make sure that the graphics you use are high quality and original, and that your report cover portrays the product or offer you are giving away accurately.” (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

“If you are offering a short report on ‘Dog Training Mistakes to Avoid’, make sure that your report cover clearly illustrates the topic.” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

Always make sure that you personally go through the subscription process before launching your campaign to make sure that you receive the initial welcome email sent out by your autoresponder, and that your opt-in box itself works properly.

“Squeeze pages can be as detailed and lengthy or as short and precise as you wish, depending on your target market and overall layout.” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

You NEED to make sure that you emphasize the benefits of joining your list, and that you highlight the opt-in box, drawing attention to it and whenever possible, keeping it visible above the fold.

“Always use a headline that explains exactly what they will receive after they become a subscriber.” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”) People do not always give away their email address so easily and it is your job to explain exactly how they will benefit by doing so.

Regardless of how you structure your squeeze page, you need to thoroughly evaluate what works and how you can improve it. (“Squeeze Pages – Digital Maestro”)

“In the next chapter, I will show you exactly how to set up a simple split testing system so that you can tweak and improve your squeeze page conversion rates.” (“Squeeze Page Design Guide – EzineArticles”)

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