Capture pages are a great way to start generating your own leads and building your business to new heights. Having your own leads comes with an endless amount of advantages.
Watch this short video about how to create your own squeeze page!
How to build your own squeeze page start to finish
Step 1- After Download the Squeeze page template, open up the index file in kompozer
Step 2- Edit it to make it say what ever you want and then grab your autoresponder code
Step 3- Place you Autoresponder code into the source code in the appropriated place!
Step 4- Save the page and open up the go.html page in Kompozer, Edit it, Then Save
Step 5- Open Filezilla, and input your information that you gotten from your hosting company to log-in to your site
Step 6- Upload the “Image” folder and your 2 HTML files to your website (shown in video)
Step 7- Go to your URL see if your website is up
Step 8- Drive traffic
Step 9- Leave me a comment down below
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Hey Jeremy, thanks a lot for this video explaining how to build your own squeeze page - awesome! Just one question, I haven't done this yet but when I opened Kompozer, I saw on the top tool bar a "Publish" button, so is it possible to publish the squeeze page here directly to my website- and skip to do it with FileZilla?
Caroline Karlsson To change the size of the template is easy, you can have less information on there or just change the size of the template by adjusting the bars on the side and top within kompozer. Takes about 3-4 seconds to do!
Hey caroline! It is possible to do that, within kompozer it has its own FTP software built in that works just like Filezilla. You need the same information but it works exactly the same. I only use both because I upload lots of stuff to my server and its easier to explain ;)
One more thing... I want to use some squeeze pages that I will make for PPV - and then they should be a bit smaller - can I change the size of your template easily or is it complicated?