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Lucrative List Building: The Squeeze Page
By: William Perkins
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  • Lucrative List Building: The Squeeze Page
  • You must focus...
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    Lucrative List Building: The Squeeze Page - You must focus...

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    You must focus your attention on building your list instead of on trying to make your initial sale. Remember, only 1 in a 100 people is going to buy your product after arriving at your website. You must capture the other 99 people’s name and email address so that you can show your product(s) to them again in the future.

    There are a few techniques you can use to capture your visitor’s information and build a lucrative list. Here are the three “biggies” which are the most effective:

    1. The Squeeze Page
    2. The Pop-Up, and
    3. A Simple Opt-in Form

    The best method to use of the three ways to build a list is the squeeze page. A regular opt-in form might get a 10% to 20% opt-in rate, while a squeeze page is more likely to produce a 20% to 40% opt-in rate of the total number of visitors who arrive at your website.

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