Most professionals create Squeeze Pages that convert and these pages include 5 of the following elements.

1. Offering something for free

One way in which you can gain trust is by offering something for free. This is generally what you will do if you’re using a squeeze page to generate leads: you’ll offer a free report or five-day course – and then use that to generate leads, which you will later up-sell or generate revenue from via affiliate sales. How is this technique so effective?

Quite simply because it allows them to judge your work and ideas before they actually have to pay for them. And also, it builds trust.

2. Using black text or a white layout

Another way in which you can increase your Squeeze Page conversion rate is by using black text or a white layout. Regardless of what anyone tells you, this is one of the easiest ways in which to make your page look professional, rather than pathetic or desperate. Remove all distracting information.

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3. Through Branding

The other way in which you can increase your conversion rate is through branding. This is usually done in two ways:

  •  by providing a photo of yourself.
  • by adding your signature to the bottom of your Squeeze Page.

This radically increases visitors’ trust. Most people who resist buying products online do so because they’re tired of getting scammed by a faceless liar, who wont be around when they need help or when they need to return the product.

By adding your picture and signature, you can significantly increase a gain in your visitors’ trust.

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4. Reduce Form Fields

The only thing you need to send your prospect anything by email…is his email address. That is the most important element you need at the initial stage. To create a squeeze page that converts, including the minimum requirements encourages the prospect to take action. If you include address and phone many people hesitate to take that time of filling all that information.

5. Strong Clear Call To Action

Clearly let your prospects know what their next step of action is. Here are some examples of words to take action.

  • Sign up
  • Submit
  • Join
  • Subscribe

You can also play around and have fun with making these call to action words like:

  • Give me access!
  • Let me in!
  • Send my free tips!
  • I’m in!
  • And many more.
Do You Have More Tips That you have been Using?

There are many more tips that are very useful. You might have discovered and tested more tips .

Please Share and Comment Below.


Siphosith
Siphosith

A passionate small business entrepreneur that educates and motivates other entrepreneurs generate traffic to their businesses to create residual income for life. A successful blogger and network marketer who specializes in traffic generation strategies.

    24 replies to "5 Tips on How To Create Squeeze Pages That Convert"

    • Donna Ward

      I’ve been doing ‘squeeze pages’ for so long now – that it’s automatic – just the way you have it listed – great reminders and training, Siphosith 🙂

    • Joan Harrington

      Wow Siphosith these are some Awesome tips for creating squeeze pages that convert! Great share 🙂

    • Dr. Lisa Thompson

      Excellent post…

      Biggest thing is to state the USP and benefit in the headline and a specific call to action

      Dr. Lisa

    • Mark

      Thank you Siphosith!

      Your five proven tips will certainly help any serious entrepreneur
      increase their squeeze pages opt in rate.

      And I like how advice that by offering something free, it gives your prospect(s) a chance to properly evaluate the quality of our products or services!

      Great point!

      • Siphosith

        Thanks for stopping by. It sounds scary that the prospect will evaluate our work, but it would be better for them to make up their mind from the beginning if they do want to work with us.

    • donna merrill

      Hi Siphosith,

      A squeeze page is one of the most important things we need to create properly in order to get someone to sign in. Once they do it is a “mini-commitment” to get something free.

      I do use black text on a white layout. And so true, study after study has been done on this and it is most effective. Forget about the flowers and people on the beach! It just doesn’t work that way.

      I also have my picture and signature on it too. This is always good practice so people know who I am.

      One more thing: I often use “LeadPages” because it has a “connect with me” on my Facebook which look kind of nice. It gives the reader who isn’t sure who the heck I am a chance to go over to see the action on my FB Page.

      -Donna

      • Siphosith

        thanks for the addition Donna for connecting on social media which is powerful.

    • Cararta

      Hi Siphosith,

      Love the way you include everything that is important about
      improving and using a sales-squeeze page without writing
      an encyclopedia!
      Time is at a premium these days, so the ability to
      be accurate and concise is appreciated!

      Great information by the way. A good check list to use when
      working.
      C.

    • Kyle Nelson

      I think a squeeze page can be extremely over produced and prepared. If people would just follow these five steps they would get conversions! I think a lot of people thin there is a secret to creating one and in reality visitors just want to know what the message is. Great article! 🙂

      • Siphosith

        Before you start on creating a squeeze it looks like an insurmountable task. Thanks for commenting.

    • Leslie Denning

      Hi Siphosith. This is very succinct. And I think that Artagene is right on the money when suggesting we could use this as a cheat sheet for building a squeeze page.

      I haven’t added my picture to my squeeze pages, and I will start doing that. Thanks so much for this post.

      All the best,
      Leslie

      • Siphosith

        I’m glad you found something helpful. Yes some of the stuff you learn along the way and add.

    • Yorinda Wanner

      Hi Siphosith,
      thank you for the helpful information!
      I like the examples you give.

      Much appreciated1
      Cheers,
      Yorinda

      • Siphosith

        I a m glad you found some helpful information Yorinda.

    • Afzol

      Great article Siphosith. I liked it an dalso for your squeeze pages tips

    • Chery Schmidt

      Hello Siphosith, This has been a very helpful article for me, your tips are all right on, OK Now I need to step up and follow through HUH?

      Thank You for sharing.. Chery :))

      • Siphosith

        Action, action, will produce results.

    • Dr. Erica Goodstone

      Siphosith,

      We can do so many things right and not have a clear and obvious “Call to Action” so the visitor just goes away. I like your suggestion to reduce form fields. Often, I will shy away when asked to provide too much information, especially my phone number. I hate getting unsolicited texts.

      Warmly,
      Dr. Erica

      • Siphosith

        Thanks for commenting, that call to action makes a great difference in our outcome.

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    • Tracy J Thomas

      Great post with great advice. I am actually in the process of creating my first squeeze page so this is timely indeed. I definitely view these types of pages as an opportunity to build trust and hopefully develop the beginning of a long-term relationship with potential customers.
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