A squeeze page generally “squeezes” the email of the visitor in return of something valuable to them. The visitor sign up using their email address and you promise to provide them the service that is featured in the main landing page. You can provide important information in the form of ebooks, whitepaper, newsletter, video or webinar information, case studies, decks etc in return of their emails. Before deploying the squeeze pages you must decide on the creativity and the determine the usefulness of the information provided by you in the main page of the landing pages so that it will be enticing enough for the visitors to enter their emails.
Cons: I really have to be careful when I consider what I do not like about the software, meaning: is the problem the software or me? For example, I always struggle with adding a domain. I have observes that the various templates tend to be too similar to each other and need a higher level of base creativity. At times I have had difficulty with tutorial for forms building. Many times tutorials are a bit confusing or unClear, however, I see many tutorial tend to be upgraded over time.
Landing pages can be used with Facebook Lead ads as well. We can retarget the visitors and remarket the traffic. Facebook also has this excellent feature in its campaign that will allow the visitor to claim an offer or providing a coupon code. Facebook’s display feature could help tease the user to a dedicated landing page. Here is an example how ShopMob started a contest on Landing pages and successfully used a landing page for collecting leads:
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