I'm trying to create a squeeze page for my site www.lecatman.com. - So I downloaded a program...
called NVU and I more or less have that designed. My problem is... how do I set things up so that the squeeze page leads to my main website? If people type in 'www.lecatman.com' they will get direct access to my website, but I want them to go through the squeeze page so I can get their contact details.
To do this you would have to set your new squeeze page to be your home page www.lecatman.com/index.html or similar.
However this is not the normal way of doing things unless you have something really good that people want on your website.
It is usually better to let them on the site and then entice them to give their details in return for something worthwhile.
You should have an autoresponder if your'e squeeze page is being used to build a list. You can get a FREE Squeeze Page Creator Wizard here http://squeezepagecreator.info
This article might help you decide about a good squeeze page ---> http://hubpages.com/hub/optimizepress-w … ge-results
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