How to Make Money Online – Top 5 Conversion Boosting Tips Used on Squeeze Pages
In this installment of my how to make money online article series, we are going to discuss conversion boosting tips to use on your squeeze page. As we all know, the purpose of the squeeze page is to collect as many names and email addresses as possible for our opt-in lists. The opt-in list is a critical component of any long term successful internet business. With that said, what are the key components to a squeeze page that has high conversion for subscribers?
Key components to a high converting squeeze page
1.) A compelling offer
2.) A time sensitive offer
3.) A clear offer and call to action
5.) Builds trust
Let’s look at each of these items in a little more detail. First, does your squeeze page contain a compelling offer? Simply put, the more compelling your offer is, the more subscribers you are going to get. Second, does your squeeze page contain a time sensitive offer? One of the key elements that makes prospects turn into subscribers is the possibility of missing out on an exciting offer if they wait or choose not to subscribe. Third, is the offer clear and is there a clear call to action?
I’ve mentioned this several times in previous articles but it cannot be emphasized enough. Your offer must be clear and you must tell the site visitor EXACTLY what you want them to do. Fourth, does your page offer a bonus? If you expect site visitors to give you their personal information such as their name and email address, you have to give them something of value in return. The most popular bonuses are articles, reports and e-books on your chosen niche.
You can write these documents yourself, hire someone to write them for you with such services as ELance.com or purchase Private Label Rights (PLR) documents online with rights to distribute. Last does your page build trust? Today more than ever, people are more protective with their personal information. So, your page should spell out your email policy against SPAM and not selling or giving away your list’s information to third parties.