Landing Page vs. Squeeze Page

A landing page is not the same as a squeeze page. Which one should you use? It depends on the page's goal.
A squeeze page is a landing page designed to capture opt-in email addresses from potential subscribers.
Currently, there is still some debate over the actual definition of a squeeze page. Some consider landing pages that offer additional hyperlinks to information as well as e-mail opt-in list sign-up to be a squeeze page, while others in the industry believe only those pages containing just an e-mail sign-up are considered a squeeze page.
In Internet and online advertising vernacular, a squeeze page is a Web page that contains information that would interest the marketer's targeted readers. Squeeze pages are designed to obtain a reader's name and e-mail address information by encouraging users to opt-in to an e-mail list to receive more information about the topic. Marketers will collect the permission-based e-mail and information to follow up at a later date.

Never set up a squeeze page before, nor an email campaign?

Dont use PLR material man... a Squeeze Page (and its freebie) is your presentation card towards your audience... you MUST awe them with something unique!

Here is an example to show just how easy it can be done!

Your first point of contact is very important. Remember, first impressions last. Give crap content, and you'll get crap subscribers.
PLR is not what you really want to be using in this day and age. If you do, I would suggest that you take the main points and rewrite most of it yourself and completely rebrand it.
In effect you may as well just take the main points and create your own unique product that's 100% yours. You need to give lots of value, and personally I am not comfortable with rehashing PLR. That's not to say I don't use it myself. I sometimes use PLR to get ideas for my own products, or to just take note of a few interesting points that I may not have thought about. They can be useful like that, but please don't sell it as it is. Sorry to say, but it's a lazy way to try and make money.

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