When it comes to Squeeze Pages, a common question that pops up is asking when should you use a double opt-in v.s. a single opt-in. So let’s start off with explaining the difference between the two. Single Opt-in Also called an Unconfirmed opt-in. This is where someone enters their name and email details into
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This is a very common question, and most commonly occurs when using MailChimp, but is also true of other CRM and Email tools. With your squeeze page, the visitor follows this path: Visitor reads your page If they are interested, they enter their name/email details They get an email asking them to confirm their email
This short video shows you how to deliver your free lead magnet or ethical bribe eBook (or similar) when you’re using the Squeeze Page Toolkit. Rather than using the toolkit to host your lead magnet, you use MailChimp to deliver the file for you. That means that you’ll only get valid email addresses joining your
Another quick video in which Dan explains why it’s a bad idea to make your lead magnet available on the thank-you page of your squeeze pages.
A short video showing you how to use lists in the Squeeze Page Toolkit for creating easy-to-read bullet points, and how you can add formatting to the list items to make them easy for skim-reading.
Please note: We’ve changed the location of the ‘SEO‘ section. The principle in this video still applies, as you can still change the thumbnail for Facebook by clicking on the ‘Page Settings‘ button (next to the page name), and then click on ‘SEO Settings‘ tab in the window that pops up. Solving the issue of