Blog or Squeeze Page for Email List?

jamesperez

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Hello,
In your point of view, which one is easier to build and email list through a blog or a squeeze page?
and why?
 

nesito29

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In my opinion and experience is way easier and better to build your email list with the squeeze page. As to why? let me give you a few reasons why I consider is easier and faster to build your list this way.

There are lots of different ways to drive traffic to a website/squeeze page and convert that traffic, for example:
In forums just like this one you can get traffic to your squeeze page through your signature, all you have to do is present yourself as the expert giving great replies to every thread you answer, always remember to give great answers and over deliver.

Yahoo answers: Thanks to the source section you can have a backlink to your squeeze page, and just like forums you reply with great answers and always over deliver, that way hopefully you will be selected as best answer and be at the top of all answers driving high amounts of traffic to your squeeze page.

Craigslist: Not many people know this but craigslist has forums where you can leverage your expertise and drive hordes of traffic to your squeeze page.

These are just a few ways to drive traffic to your squeeze page but people that clicks your link will know exactly where it leads which is your promise of a video, ebook, ecourse or whatever it is you are giving away in exchange of peoples emails.

Now don't get me wrong, I'm not saying blogs are not worth your time or that are crappy in any way. In my opinion blogs are awesome! however it takes considerably more time to get subscribers than redirecting people to a squeeze page, after all, in your squeeze page there will be no distractions and you will have peoples attention where you want them.

To your success,

Jonathan N
 

Marx Melencio

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Scientific Principles of Persuasion

James,

;) This usually depends on your niche ...
Generally speaking, online transactions are mostly done on trust-based relationships ... :D
:) And, personally speaking, based on the results of our tests for many of our clients — This is what works for us, in terms of viewer-subscriber conversions and subscriber-repeat buyer conversions:

• An irresistible incentivized opt-in offer ...
• An effectively crafted opt-in copy that's set as the landing page of a site or blog ...
• Sufficient (not overly many) social proof links and relevant content material links showing viewers the real world authority expertise in the subject matter of the company / person behind the site / blog that are strategically placed near the opt-in copy (non-obtrusive but helpful) ...

:D Upon looking at this closer — A combination of these scientific principles of persuasion is most likely the primary reason why this works:

• RECIPROCITY and EXCLUSIVITY — People generally feel obliged to return a favor that benefits them, especially if the value of that favor is only available for an elite few. So, many of them give their first names, emails, phone / mobile numbers and other details in exchange for irresistible exclusive incentivized opt-in offers that can give them exactly what they need right at the time they pay attention to carefully crafted softsell opt-in copies ... ;)

• SOCIAL PROOF — People normally think and feel that the general consensus in anything is mostly the right choice for what they need. Social proof links near the opt-in copy help them conveniently verify this ... ;)

• AUTHORITY and LIKEABILITY — People usually pay attention to subject matter authorities that they think and feel would be most helpful for what they want. They pay even more attention to stories and things that relate to their relevant interests. The menu and content links that point to content materials showing real world authority expertise in relevant matters and carefully crafted stories that relate to their relevant interests can effectively grab their attention, keep them interested in viewing more, entice them to actively engage with the content, and compel them to think and feel that what the opt-in copy is saying as the benefits they can gainf from the incentivized opt-in offer is exactly what they want ... ;)

:D And, a strategic combination of these things is also integrated into content materials for subscribers and customers. This improves subscriber-first time buyer and first time buyer-repeat buyer conversions ...

That's it for now. Cheers! :)
 
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