Using WordPress to Squeeze!

Squeeze out that info!“Squeeze what?” you might ask. Well, so called ‘Squeeze Pages’ are used by Internet Marketers ( certainly all the successful ones!) every day! AND these are the guys making the Big Bucks so….

…how can you and I compete?

Since this site is all about finessing WordPress Blogs to boost your online profile or income I guess it’s about time I chatted about Squeeze Pages and what they can do for you. Hopefully in this video you’ll be pleasantly surprised how easy they are to set up ( given the right tools) and have your eyes opened as to what you can do with them to boost subscribers, leads and income!

‘Squeeze Pages’ are, in a nutshell, just a way to pique a visitor’s interest enough that they happily give you their e-mail address for future communications from you – that’s pretty basic stuff in the Internet Marketing world and if, like me, you get a truckload of offers and other assorted crap in your Inbox every day you’ll know how good, or bad, these squeeze pages can be.

I’ll be using this EasySalesSite Theme in another training video too – which will show you how to find a Clickbank product with a crappy Sales Page, create your own sales page with this clever theme, S.E. Optimize it and go straight to the Clickbank payment page bypassing the author’s original Sales Page – very cool!

So the good news is that our Squeeze pages will not only be professional, cool and FAB! They will also be built using WordPress – hurrah!

And of course, as it’s a WordPress theme, we can SEO it to heck and back, make Google love it and get it ranked well!

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Other links, kind of related: (i.e. I used them for the video)



Managing Director at Big Buzz Projects
Clive McGonigal is a full time Web Developer, Marketer, WordPress Evangelist and all round Decent Chap. He lives between London and France ( on a tiny rowing boat with an internet connection) and spends his offline time wining, dining and conversing with his dogs. He loves WordPress ( themes, plugins and tweaks) and blogs about them whenever he can.

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