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September 3, 2018

Capturing Visitors Info and Redirecting to Affiliate

A student asked, "I want to be an affiliate but I also want to capture visitors' information on my own squeeze page for my own free offer for them to download before I send them to the company I will be an affiliate for. I put those pages together? "

The answer is, very easy. Let's say you want to become an affiliate for health products. So what you want to do is create a health-related squeeze page. After people sign up on that page you are going to send them to a thank you page that will have the link of your affiliate on it or just send them directly to your affiliate page.

If you're going to do it yourself and create that squeeze page, you're going to probably want to use something like FrontPage or Web Expressions or Nvu. Once you design that page, you're going to have to get a hosting account, a domain name and a subscription to an autoresponder service. I personally recommend Autoresponse Plus for your autoresponder.

Next, you will have to go into your autoresponder and set up a form that basically says, "All these people that I'm capturing right now are for my health newsletter" After someone successfully subscribes, it's going to ask you where you want them to go? Well, where you want them to go is to that affiliate link. So as soon as somebody signs up, they're going to go to that affiliate link.

Now you'll be able to capture all their information before you drive them to your affiliate page. If you are offering them a bonus download or something else, you'll be able to send them an email with the download and then have them land on that affiliate page. On the download page that you created, you can say, "Here's the free download that we promised you. Find out about this absolutely amazing strategy to be able to do XYZ. And then number three is wait for the next email. "

It is important to call them to action by telling them what to do, in a polite manner, of course.A student asked, "I want to be an affiliate but I also want to capture visitors' information on my own squeeze page for my own free offer for them to download before I send them to the company I will be an affiliate for. How do I put those pages together? "

The answer is, very easy. Let's say you want to become an affiliate for health products. So what you want to do is create a health-related squeeze page. After people sign up on that page you are going to send them to a thank you page that will have the link of your affiliate on it or just send them directly to your affiliate page.

If you're going to do it yourself and create that squeeze page, you're going to probably want to use something like FrontPage or Web Expressions or Nvu. Once you design that page, you're going to have to get a hosting account, a domain name and a subscription to an autoresponder service. I personally recommend Autoresponse Plus for your autoresponder.

Next, you will have to go into your autoresponder and set up a form that basically says, "All these people that I'm capturing right now are for my health newsletter" After someone successfully subscribes, it's going to ask you where you want them to go? Well, where you want them to go is to that affiliate link. So as soon as somebody signs up, they're going to go to that affiliate link.

Now you'll be able to capture all their information before you drive them to your affiliate page. If you are offering them a bonus download or something else, you'll be able to send them an email with the download and then have them land on that affiliate page. On the download page that you created, you can say, "Here's the free download that we promised you. Find out about this absolutely amazing strategy to be able to do XYZ. And then number three is wait for the next email. "

It is important to call them to action by telling them what to do, in a polite manner, of course.



Source by Matt Bacak

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