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Websites Suck Squeeze Pages Rule

Squeeze pages, or lead generation pages, have been widely used in internet marketing, and to build lists of prospects for information products. Did you know that they can improve the response rate of your visitors dramatically – even on real estate related web sites?

Watch this video to learn more about squeeze pages, and download Greg Clement’s report “Websites Suck, Squeeze Pages Rule” – click here to download!

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    • admin says:

      Thanks Loretta! Let me know how I can help. Anything you’re still struggling with in flipping and using the internet?


  2. Matt says:

    Always good…amazing how many people still don’t know this stuff and are sorely missing out.

  3. C.P. says:

    Thanks, Thomas. I’ve been seeing squeeze pages becoming more prominent but didn’t realize how much of an impact they can have in capturing qualified leads. I definitiely need to incorporate this into my marketing.

  4. Steve says:

    First I have seen squeeze pages. I like what I see and will pass on to my networking friends. Thanks Thomas

  5. maynard says:

    I thought it was interesting. I heard a few thing that I had not heard before.

  6. Bill says:

    Thanks for the heads up on the report Thomas. Especially liked how Greg computed a “profit per lead.” Very similiar to a book I read years ago by Frank Bettger, “How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling.” The info on how to drive traffic to squeeze pages was great!

  7. Michael says:

    This should really help with true lead generation.

  8. I hope that his training is as simple as he says. It would be hard to determine how much his system will be worth should all of the info really generate 20-40% conversion. I think everyone wants more leads and certainly want more conversions. Thanks for sending me the info and I look forward to his system launch in August.

  9. Felipe says:

    Great stuff on this report, it was really interesting. Thanks!

  10. Kyle says:

    Obviously, I should be doing this….

  11. When talking about squeeze pages, most people only focus on the need for the page on a website or blog. What I like about this video, it presents the three elements that are required on a squeeze page.
    1) A call to action headline, that’s the attention getter.
    2) The visitor can gain access to a special part of the website or receives a special report.
    3) The collection of the visitor’s name and email address

    Another great post, very useful information that all investors can actually use.
    .-= Loretta Steele´s last blog ..Initial Postcard Results =-.

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