I can’t speak with any great authority on how to make squeeze pages, because I’ve only just learned how to make them and upload them to my site myself, using Filezilla, but I’ll tell you how I did that, and show you how to get a good one happening for free.
Let’s say you saw a squeeze page you liked, you could just use Firefox to save the html file, by going File-Save Page As, then choose to save it as an html file. Then, you can open it in a text editor, I got given a great one free from Aptana.
So you find the html file on your computer, in your downloads folder, and right click, and choose to open it with Aptana. Here, you can edit the source code directly, and remove the code that shows their auto-responder, and add yours, plus change all the text around to make it good for your site.
If you don’t have an auto-responder, I just use the WP Auto-responder plugin on WordPress, but you can use Aweber, or whatever. If you don’t have WordPress, you may have a different website builder, or you may be just beginning in your efforts online, and you should sign up to the list on the right side of the screen to get my free e-book: A Beginner’s Guide to Success Online, and many more helpful free gifts to come.
You may prefer to do this instead. Go to this site, and get a free WordPress sales page template, then delete the footer in the theme editor, or perhaps just change the text to something that you want there.
I only offer value at this point in building my list, as I want to build trust, not sell products at this stage. Contained within my 9 page report is tons of useful information on making a website, making a squeeze page, building a list, getting traffic, and all sorts of those things.
What do I get out of it? I have an affiliate link to Host Gator, and a link back to this site, where you can buy my services such as article writing, SEO, social promotion, etc. Anyway, here’s a link to a squeeze page that I uploaded to my server directly with Filezilla, you can copy and edit the html of the page, add your auto-responder code, and different wording, and use it yourself to build a list. Do give it a different title, and don’t leave it all as is, as that’s “plagiarism”, and it doesn’t help my chances in the search engines.
I’ll be adding more like this soon, which you can also use by copying the html file and editing it, and you simply must sign up to my list to get a better explanation of the whole process, if you have any problems understanding what I mean, as it’s all explained in my series of e-books. Soon, you too will be uploading a professional squeeze page to your site.
This is my first attempt at a squeeze page, and I don’t think it looks all that great, tell me what you think. It does seem to do the job alright, but it’s a little old school or something.
This one looks a bit better. I had trouble editing the html for some reason, probably because it was made on Microsoft Front Page software, and I have a Mac, and use Open Office. I found it hard to add a photo, so I just did a text link to my site instead. I think it’s a pretty professional squeeze page.
This is my third one, which I made on Open Office, I figured out how to add my photo, and my auto-responder, and change the source code so it has a title, description, and keywords, and I’m going to use this as a template to continue making squeeze pages like this, with different content.
Here’s another one. I’m going to make a list on this page of the squeeze pages I make from now on, just for my own reference. Uploading a professional squeeze page to your site is easy.
Just find the public html folder, create a new directory, and call it what you want it to be. For more info on how to do all of that, sign up to the list, and read my e-book.
This one I did by typing it all out in html on Aptana. Take a look at the source code, and you will see how simple it is to make a professional squeeze page, and upload it to your site. I did the You Tube video on iMovie, and I had trouble embedding it on Open Office, so I just did basic html, a title, description, meta tags, plus h1, bold, and center tags plus the embed code for the video, and my auto-responder.
I just used the same template here, and changed the title, description, and content. Great free internet marketing training, in a pretty professional looking squeeze page, if I do say so myself, and I do.
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Very similar to the other ones before it, but I switched the postition of the video, and added a photo, and a link to the home page of this site.
A pretty simple regurgitation of the squeeze pages I did before it, with a different title, description, and keyword tags. On the next one, I think I’ll add a bit more stuff.