Squeeze Page Design – Your Problems Solved In 2 Minutes!

squeeze page design

Before I reveal how you can solve your squeeze page design problems in 2 minutes, allow me to explain why you need to create a squeeze page in the first place.

If you’ve been following me for any length of time, you know that I talk about the importance of list building A LOT.

For the sake of new readers, list building is the process of collecting leads and prospects in your business so that you can offer them your products and/or services. You can and should build a list of customers who have bought products from you too, but that’s not what this post is about. This post is about building a list of leads.

In whatever business you’re in – I don’t care if it’s online or offline, you MUST have leads whom you can present your offer to. Without leads there would not be customers, and without customers you’ll not make any money at all.

You also know that to collect and build a list of leads, you need to have a squeeze page. Yes you can collect leads via an opt-in form on your blog’s sidebar, but your conversion is going to suffer because there are just far too many distractions on your blog, as I’ve mentioned in this post.

Don’t get me wrong though. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with collecting leads on your blog. It’s just that if you’re ONLY doing that, then you need to triple think again!

You MUST have a dedicated page (squeeze page) where the ONE and ONLY purpose is to collect leads. I guarantee that your lead conversion is going to increase SO MUCH MORE (I’m talking about six to ten fold)!

Now that you know the significance of having your own squeeze page, the next step is to actually create the squeeze page right?

There are 2 options to creating your squeeze page:

1. A professionally designed and attractive squeeze page

Or

2. A plain and ugly squeeze page with no design

Of course, if both options don’t cost any money (or cost the same amount of money), everyone would take option 1 any day.

However, there is no such thing as a free lunch.

Judge A Book By Its Cover

You’ve heard the term “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. While that is true to a certain extent depending on the context you’re looking at, people DO judge a book by its cover when you’re talking about your squeeze page.

Visitors who arrive at your squeeze page don’t know who you are (yet) – meaning you’re a total stranger to them. One of the ways they judge whether to trust you (and therefore opt-in to your list) is by looking at your overall squeeze page design and layout.

Everything else being equal, a professionally designed and attractive squeeze page will hands-down beat a plain and ugly squeeze page with no design.

Graphics Are Important

Graphics plays an important role in your opt-in conversion, ESPECIALLY when people don’t know who you are yet (hey first impression counts A LOT). When you have established relationships with your leads and subscribers, this role becomes smaller as they already know who you are and trust you. However, they can’t become your leads and subscribers if they didn’t opt-in to your list in the first place.

When first-time visitors arrive at your professionally designed squeeze page, you project an image to them that you’re serious about your business and are in it for the long term. This is implying to them that they are in good hands and the freebie they’re going to receive from you is of high quality.

Conversely, when visitors arrive at your plain and ugly squeeze page with no design, you’re projecting an image to them that you’re not serious about your business. People who are not serious about their business usually produce sub-par freebies and usually go out of business (that is, if they even have a business at all).

That being said, you want to choose option 1, which is to have your squeeze page design done professionally so that it entices visitors to opt-in (higher lead conversion).

There are, however, 3 problems to this:

1. You don’t have design skills to design a squeeze page

2. It’s expensive to hire a designer for your squeeze page design

3. It takes quite some time to design a squeeze page (even if you hire a designer to do it for you)

So what’s the solution?

The solution is to use a professionally-designed and HIGH CONVERTING squeeze page template. All you need to do is copy paste your content into the template and your squeeze page is ready.

Takes 2 MINUTES max!

Just PLUG AND PLAY!

How easy is that?

And NO, we’re not talking about crappy squeeze page templates created using Word or PowerPoint. We’re talking about professionally designed templates created using Photoshop designed by a team of experienced designers AND experienced internet marketers.

Most designers don’t know what we internet marketers want, and most internet marketers don’t know how to design…

We at Get Profits Fast have come up with the bridge – a set of plug-and-play professionally designed squeeze page templates that are so easy to use they are bound to blow you away.

You can now create and set up your own HIGH CONVERTING and professional squeeze page in 2 minutes flat!

Or, if you want something more robust (a lot more robust), see Profits Theme instead.

Your Squeeze Page Design Problems Solved In 2 Minutes…

17 Responses to “Squeeze Page Design – Your Problems Solved In 2 Minutes!”

  • Manu on October 5, 2011

    hey Welly,

    You have done a great work man. I just need your help in creating squeeze page actually I am pretty new to IM and only doing niche sites for now but I wish to have my product soon as a paid membership site.

    I hope to achieve my target soon. Expecting you to give me some demo of squeeze pages and product sites.

    Thanks a lot in advance!

  • James on August 31, 2011

    Thanks for all the info. I run a painting company and I’m really trying to learn how to market online so I can get more leads. I know I need a capture page so I can keep in touch with my potential clients and this looks like a good idea. I don’t have any time to code anything up and let alone learn it. Good stuff, thanks.

  • Eazol on August 30, 2011

    Steve F said: “The money is in a well tended list whose members you have a great relationship with.” Don’t let your list get cold.

    Well said. But also don’t burn your list out with too many emails or they will either unsubscribe or get in the habit of deleting them before they read them.

  • Charlotte Roofing on August 24, 2011

    I have heard that ugly squeeze pages do better than professional polished ones. Is that true? People seem to be a lot more hesitant to give out their email address than they used to be.

  • Chuck N. on August 19, 2011

    I have purchased most if not all of your products and services I have to omit how over whelmed I am, This is and is some of the best content for Internet Marketers that I have seen to dat, how ever I did purchase the Premium Squeeze Page Templates
    and think they are the greatest thing since bread and butter the problem that came up when I purchased them was that I also wanted the PSD templates my purchase did not give me this option it is in the members are and states tha you need to purchased first but to tick on the link comes up need to purchase first, sell what I’m tring to ask isa this how does one after puchase able to get the PSD templates?
    Sincerely,
    Devoted Marketer

    • Welly on August 19, 2011

      The PSD files are sold separately for more advanced people who know how to use photoshop. So you need to go to the member area, and buy the psd files from there.

  • Bobman on June 14, 2011

    It’s so hard to make a good looking squeeze page that isn’t too long or annoying. I’ve looked all over the place for some nice, easy to edit downloads and this one is pretty good thanks!

  • Steve F on April 26, 2011

    There is a well deserved saying in marketing: “The money is in the list.” That should probably be amended to read: “The money is in a well tended list whose members you have a great relationship with.” Don’t let your list get cold.

    However you won’t have the ability to let your list get cold if you never build one in the first place. To build it, common sense dictates that you need a high quality squeeze page.

    The problem is that even if you’re proficient at doing these pages on your own, and can turn out high quality pages, it takes time. That’s time you could be using to perform other functions, like interacting with your list or creating blog content.

    This is where a good squeeze page creation tool or templates are worth their weight in gold. Don’t skimp on them, it will be a very expensive mistake.

    Just my .02c.

  • Brent M on April 26, 2011

    Hi Welly – I purchased your Profit Theme last month when you had the $27 offer afloat – boy was that a bargain considering all the value in Profit theme. In fact that would have to be the best buy I have ever had on the net in 10 years – I mean that. Thank you, thank you. I will be using Profit Theme for most of my new blogs from now on. All the best, Brent M

    • Welly on April 26, 2011

      Thanks for your purchase Brent! Sweet :)

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  • Vance Sova on May 19, 2010

    Hi Welly,

    The importance of email list building cannot be overemphasized and I’m glad I found your blog not that long ago because I avidly read everything about this subject.

    I’ve just put up a new squeeze page on my blog and as you suggest here I also have a dedicated website with a squeeze page.

    Since I get asked about squeeze page templates I will have to opt in to your list to see what you so skillfully promote here. What a way for you to make me do that.

    I look forward to seeing your templates.

    Vance

  • Mathew Day on May 19, 2010

    You had some really great points, Welly. If you have a bad design then not many people will stick around or ever return to your site. Looking forward to checking out your new squeeze page templates.

    Oh btw, I tweeted this post to my followers. :)

    • Welly on May 19, 2010

      Hey Mathew,

      Thanks for the tweet. Appreciate it!

  • peter mcgrath on May 15, 2010

    hi Welly
    thanks for a great post but i have a problem figuring out how to use templates and create a site from them
    any ideas
    bye peter mcgrath

    • Welly on May 19, 2010

      For my squeeze page templates, you simply copy and paste your content into the template, and then upload it your server.

      It’s really as simple as that.

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