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Squeeze Page Traffic - Increase Traffic and Sales

Updated on March 31, 2012

Creating the perfect online marketing business is everyone’s dream. You want to be able to build business list quickly and easily. The best way to do this is to use the elements n your squeeze page effectively. If, you can customize your squeeze page you will literally squeeze the most information out of everyone that comes to it. Do be able to get that information though is through traffic. Having a higher amount of traffic to your page is going to allow you to get more perspective customers. There are hundreds of ways to generate traffic. Some of them have been around for years and those same techniques still work now.


How to Increase Squeeze Page Traffic:

These are some of the best ways that you can increase traffic to your squeeze pages.

- Find people that think like you. Believe it or not the old saying of holding your enemies closer than your friends has its advantages. This goes for online marketing as well. Try to network with people that are in your competition or are in another niche trying to o the same thing you do. If, you are able to your contacts, networks and profitability will rise.

- When you are, choosing to run an online business always try to select a domain name that makes sense for your business. If, you are a little more creative than those domain names will stick out on the search engines then more common names that have already been taken.

- When you invest time and money into a squeeze page, have others look at it for you. See if they have any critiques or information that you could use to improve it. By far our biggest opportunity to generate traffic is by word of mouth.

- Use the opportunity for squeeze page traffic to measure how well you are ranking. Using Google analytics or an installed plug in that measures a good amount of your traffic and where it is coming from can help you improve. If, you find one opt in is being used more than the others then you can track it and make adjustments to the page as you go. It’s not easy and is a lot of work, but the benefits will pay off.

How to Improve Squeeze Page Traffic:

By far the best way to help make your squeeze page better is to narrow the focus of your campaign to customers that will come to your market. Without them buying it then there is no reason for you to be in business. So, getting to know the people that come to your website is a great way to help you promote products that will be tailored to your specific customers. This will help you generate more profits and increase your conversion rates from sales.

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  • Kadmiels profile imageAUTHOR

    Kadmiels 

    6 years ago from Florida

    keep your friends close but your enemies closer :)

  • TeamSalesAgent profile image

    TeamSalesAgent 

    6 years ago from Boca Raton, FL

    how can networking with your competitors help increase profitability?

    thanks

  • Kadmiels profile imageAUTHOR

    Kadmiels 

    6 years ago from Florida

    thanks. I am glad you found it useful

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    Richard Ricky Hale 

    6 years ago from West Virginia

    Voted up and useful. Very interesting and helpful article. This is an approach that I haven't really heard much of. Very well written article.

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