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LeadPages Alternative – Epic Squeeze PRO Best Landing Page For Squeeze Page today

Filed Under (landing page, plugins) by claude on 25-03-2014

LeadPages does a lot of things great and I have been using them for over six months few success on 2 different sites. And to be honestly I don’t want to billing every month to using a pluging.

So What I find last week there a better tool for my business. Epic Squeeze PRO is the best plugin I find in the market right now to help me to make a perfect Lead Generation Pages… Without all kind thing I don’t really NEED… Is working like a champ more important is cheap compare to other big name like LeadPages. With Epic Squeeze Pro you pay only one time.

So what will Epic Squeeze bring to you?

With Epic Squeeze Pro, every page on your WordPress can be a different landing page, and could have its own tracking variables and data. And with Epic Squeeze, you could track all sorts of metrics on all incoming traffic for unlimited Squeeze Pages, raw hits, unique clicks, opt-ins, sales, Premium Traffic Percentage and much more. If you want to explode your opt-in rate, this is useful product for you. You will need more information to decide whether it’s good or not by clicking here. Check it out your self and make your own decision.

Oerview the plugin

1- Click Stunning Image Background Search
2- Vertical or Horizontal Squeeze page layout
3- 20+ eyeball smacking Headline Fonts and Reverse type format option
4- Name and email or Email only form option for your subscriber
5- Total Opt-in Box Opacity control
6- Redirect International non-Premium Traffic to a separate Squeeze pages (Pro Version)
7- 10 Sizzling Call to action visual Effects to instantly grab visitors attention
8- Geo Targetting 1 call Outs (Pro Version)
9- Numeric Decay meter (Pro Version)
10- Youtube Video Squeeze page Background with custom video start time
11- Built-in Live traffic tracker
12- 1 Click exit spals style Exit Pop!
13- A Sizzling Array of eyeball grabbing submit buttons to choose form
14- Unlimited Site license (Pro Version)

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Landing Page Robot bonus by Trey Smith

Filed Under (landing page) by claude on 28-10-2010

The Perfect Landing Page Robot  to run your google Adword campaing

I got a lot of   dreaded email from Google  Adwords….your sites do not  . . . .
blah blah blah… This thing make me very upset try make  a

good landing page for google I  spend more than $2,000 for a good landing page…

last month google told me  is not GOOD!

SO I quit doing PPC last month and started autoblogging everything.

Cool news is my autoblogging strategies really worked well . . .

But I new I was leaving a lot  of money on the table.

But I still did not know how to build the right landing page to make
the overlords at Google happy.

Until now. . . my frank kern cousing Trey Smith broken the code:)

You have to check out this video on how I did it also check out my Landing Page Robot Bonus

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Page Mako Landing Page Software: Free Trial Only $4.95

Filed Under (landing page) by claude on 09-07-2010

XXXX Page Mako: Create Stunning Landing Pages With Copy In Under 6 Minutes!   7-Day Unrestricted  Access
For Only$4.95 XXXXX

I have been looking for a Software for  5 years now  to make my Landing Page for me Nice and Easy. But I never found a good one why because to expensive to  geeky stuff  for me I just give up saddly…  And I keep  spending   $200 for one Landing Page from  Elance Geeks  believed me  I wasn’t happy because  the work wasn’t good for me and I have always to   spend time with them  by using my skype. And the mean time I can’t  run any project… So finaly I just find a perfect solution to fix all ass Landing Page quickly and EASY just  Drag and Drop up called: Page Mako

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Cut your Keyword Loose

Filed Under (landing page) by claude on 09-10-2008

I guess every affiliate marketer face that question: When to cut a keyword loose?

Cut your keyword loose it is difficult but sometimes you need to take action pause or delete non-performing keywords otherwise you will loose lots of money.

Imagine your ad copy and your landing page are fine but you need to drop some keywords:

Worst situation:

I have got a long tail keyword but without any click this mean 0% conversion rate: drop those keywords.

But sometimes you have 15,900 impressions and 50 clicks. Maybe your ad position is in 9 or 10 or maybe your ad copy is off. Maybe you run your ad for only 2hours or more per day

How to fix that simple raise your bids check out your ad copy after 2 days no click drop the keywords.

Click Panic

Do not waiting for 100 clicks to drop your thousands keywords if you don’t make any sale.

I am pretty sure we can find other ways of doing this; I want to hear your thoughts.

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Top Tips for Writing Landing Pages

Filed Under (landing page) by claude on 08-10-2008

Before a quick definition of landing Page: In online marketing a landing page, sometimes known as a lead capture page, is the page that appears when a potential customer clicks on an advertisement or a search-engine result link. The page will usually display content that is a logical extension of the advertisement or link, and that is optimized to feature specific keywords or phrases for indexing by search engines. In pay per click (PPC) campaigns, the landing page will also be customized
to measure the effectiveness of different advertisements. By adding a parameter to the linking URL, marketers can measure advertisement effectiveness based on relative click-through rates.

The reason Super Affiliate make more than $270 000 per month because they do have a good landing page specially Ajax Landing Page. For example Jonathan Volk…

One   Reason I  Used Ajax Landing Pages because I received 20 different landing page themes absolutely free. 20 x 8,000 = 160,000 pages  combinaisons. Each theme is zipped individually for me.

But when you get your landing page you need to writing it  to make you converting very well this is  few tips to help you writing your killer landing page…

1. Make sure your headline refers directly to the place from which you’re visitor came or the ad copy that drove the click.

2. Provide a clear call to action.

3. Write in the second person you and Your.

4. Write to deliver a clear, persuasive message, not to showcase your creativity or ability to turn a clever phrase.

5. You can write long copy as long as it’s tight.

6. Be crystal clear in your goals.

7. Keep your most important points at the beginning of paragraphs and bullets.

8. In line with #7, people read beginnings and ends before they read middles.

9. Make your first paragraph short, no more than 1-2 lines

10. Write to the screen.

Remember if you want to make $200 per day with PPC you need to have a good landing page an stop Google slap.

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How to organize your Landing Page Theme.

Filed Under (landing page) by claude on 14-09-2008


Maybe the most important part of creating a landing page is organizing your landing page theme. How you select your theme, of course, will all depend on how you plan to generate traffic.

If you decide to generate traffic through search engine optimization, planning your landing page theme will entail finding phrases within your niche which have a high demand (aggregate search value) and a low supply (small amount of competing sites) and then creating multiple landing pages, each which is optimized around a different phrase.

If, on the other hand, you decide to generate traffic through pay per click (PPC) programs, such as Adwords, planning your landing page theme will again entail tuning a number of different pages to fit the keywords you are purchasing.

This is actually where most people fail when they create a landing page: they don’t tune it to fit a specific audience. For instance, in the case of a squeeze page for a newsletter, they might start a newsletter about toys, but they only create one landing page and send all traffic to it. This is a big mistake.

Chances are, if you create a quality product or newsletter, it can benefit a number of people. So why not communicate the exact benefits they will derive from subscribing or buying? If, for instance, you have a newsletter about legos and toy blocks, so you group it under the loose heading of “toys,” a visitor who is looking specifically for information about either legos or toy blocks will click off your page if they don’t see the direct connection to the exact topic for which they were searching.

Instead, you will want to setup a page centered around legos and a page centered around toy blocks. On each page, you will want to communicate the specific benefits to joining the list for each of those groups of visitors.

Going one step further, in addition to organizing your landing page theme, if you are creating a landing page for a newsletter, you may also want to segment your list, so you can send information specifically about legos to those who request it – and information about blocks to those who request it.

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Traffic and Landing Page

Filed Under (landing page) by claude on 06-09-2008


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How to bring traffic into your landing page – it sounds easy, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not. And no matter how great your landing page is, it wont matter if no one ever reads it. Furthermore, if everyone in the world other than your target audience reads it, it also wont matter. This is why you need to find media through which you can drive targeted visitors to your landing page.

One way in which you can drive traffic to your landing page is through natural search engine optimization. This is the slowest process, but it is also one of the best ways to ensure a continually-increasing stream of traffic over time.

Generating natural search engine traffic generally entails getting links to your site. While reciprocal linking was once the best strategy, experts now believe that major search engines are devaluing reciprocal links in favor of one-way links and triangular links (which search engines can’t really detect).

Another way in which to get natural search engine traffic is by optimization your website for certain keyphrases. You can do this by creating pages that specifically focus on one keyword on your given niche. You can then set the page extension to that keyword and optimize the content at a 1.5% density for that keyword. You will also want to use it in header and title tags.

Now, in addition building natural search engine traffic, you will want to consider using pay per click advertising. You can do this by opening an account with Google Adwords.

As mentioned earlier, successful Google Adwords campaigns do two things: they group keywords into multiple, small, related groups – and they send leads to multiple, tweaked landing pages.

This means you will have to start with some careful keyword research; and you will then have to alter your landing pages to match that research.

These are some of the most commonly used tools for driving traffic to a landing page; however, they are not always the most effective.

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