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You need to get traffic to your squeeze page. Getting traffic is a key part of building an email list, once you have traffic then you will need to work on your squeeze page conversion.
Before you buy any Solo Ads you’re going to need a squeeze page and an autoresponder account. I highly recommend Getresponse as your autoresponder, which comes with a 30 day free trial.
When it comes to squeeze pages you have a number of options, from easy to use… to the more complex. If you’re just starting out or simply don’t want to get bogged down with too much technical messing about then you should really try a hosted solution such as Landing Page Monkey, which has a one time cost.
It’s really simple to make good looking squeeze pages with Landing Page Monkey, it’s a really quick process too. Some of the other options for making squeeze pages work really well, but can take a while to get the hang of.
The first thing to do is make an account on Udimi and log in to make a swipe file. This will be used by the Solo Ad seller that you end up choosing. They will use this when they send out a broadcast email to their list.
All you need to do is write the swipe file or email and put a link to the page that you want the traffic to go to, which in this case will be your squeeze page.
Although Udimi itself will register the clicks through its interface it’s still recommended that you use your own tracking to make sure you get the amount of clicks you’ve paid for.
Once you’ve set up your autoresponder, your squeeze page, your swipe file and a way to track clicks it’s time to pick a seller and buy some clicks.
You can sort the sellers by ratings, price or clicks. Sorting by ratings means you can select the better sellers, with a higher rating indicating a better seller.
Udimi also has a feature called verified list where the sellers list is checked to make sure it is what the seller says it is.
You can also decide what day you want the promotional email to go out on.
The slider allows you to select how many clicks you want.
There is also several filters that allow you to select what tier traffic you want with tier one delivering traffic from the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand which is where most of your buyers will come from.
You can also exclude traffic that comes from behind a proxy.
Then you can also select not to have mobile traffic. The reason for this may be that your squeeze page isn’t set up to render on mobile devices.
Once you’ve set the filters all that is left is to set the swipe file that you made earlier. Some sellers will give you the option of letting them make a swipe file for you for an additional cost*.
If your happy with everything then you simply click ‘Add To Cart’ and go to the checkout where you pay, with either PayPal or a credit card.
All you have to do now is wait for the seller to send you the clicks and watch how many sign up for your offer. It’s not uncommon to get sign up rates of up to 70%
*Tip: Why you should make your own swipe file
The problem with having someone else write your swipe file is that although they may write a great swipe… it may end up being hyped up or not relevant to your squeeze page.
This means you can end up receiving all your clicks, but get very low conversions once the visitor doesn’t get what was promised in the swipe file… and presses the back button.
What you should do is write your own swipe file and make sure its message is congruent with what the visitor is presented with when they hit your squeeze page. It’s more work… but it will ensure a higher quality of clicks hitting your squeeze page.