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    Harvey Segal
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    PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 5:12 pm    Post subject: Landing pages for affiliates Reply with quote

    THE CLICKBANK GUIDE

    Issue 76: Jan 29, 2007
    Harvey Segal, Editor

    A short quick issue today. You'll see why.

    One of the most common topics raised at the ClickBank
    Success Forum is the area of landing pages and keyword
    tracking.

    The new rules of PPC marketing mean that the use of a
    landing page is almost essential for affiliates.

    Which is good because there are many advantages in using
    a landing page, in particular

    * You can provide your own review of the product or
    service you are promoting.

    * You can provide links to the rest of your site in case
    your visitor is not interested in that product.

    * If the affiliate operation becomes discontinued you
    can inform and divert visitors at your own website,
    rather than have them visit a non-existent page.

    Ideally the content of your landing page should include
    the keywords used by your visitor to convince him that
    he has really honed in on the right site to answer his
    question.

    Which means unfortunately a need for MULTIPLE landing
    pages.

    Or does it ?

    Glen Barnhardt has come up with a tool which addresses
    the whole issue of landing pages - plus squeeze pages -
    and 'dynamic' insertion of keywords, which means that
    you DON'T need multiple landing pages.


    Apart from the tool there is an excellent guide to
    creating a good landing page, building an opt-in list
    with a squeeze page, using autoresponders and driving
    traffic to your site - which could be a valuable ebook
    in itself.

    I've not had time to implement the tool and give my
    verdict but I wanted to let you know about it now
    because the price will rise in 3 days as you will see on
    the sales page.

    Going by the quality of the guide I am sure it will be a
    big hit. Here's a thought - I could make a short video
    film of how I use it and call it "The Segal Has Landed"

    Read all about it here
    http://www.supertips.com/r/landingpage.htm


    Regards
    Harvey


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