It doesn’t matter what type of site you have, the main page of that site…the page you are driving traffic to…should be an opt-in page, or squeeze page. Obviously you want to do this so you can be building your list. So let’s talk a little bit about the features that your squeeze page should have to make your list building efforts be as successful as they can be.
Item 1 might be used for banks, online payment processors or credit cards. The first time that you get one of these, it’s quite understandable that you would be concerned about your account. The e-mail will advise you that your account has been frozen for some reason – possibly because of some security issue or misuse. You need to update your details before you can restore full access to your account.
Do a pre-launch. You want to create as much hype as possible before the launch. You can do that by giving away a lot of free stuff and asking your list, partners, affiliates to spread the news about it. Take this opportunity to really connect with your prospects. Create videos, provide lots of free value, have a chat with them, whatever it takes.
When you are taking payment on the internet, you need to have a 소액결제현금화. This is a service that will collect you customer’s credit card information and to tell you if the order was successful or not. Locally setting this up is fairly easy and all you have to do is create a sales letter, and a download page. And after somebody pays you it simply redirects them to the download page. And they did not pay you it does not redirect them to that download page.
That may sound a bit harsh, but I know from experience that most of these survey sites tap into the lazy boys (and gals) in us. They remind us with practised precision how by spending just a few hours (or minutes) each day, you can fill in those data entry forms, surveys from well-known companies, get paid to eat / drink / sleep offers, and voila! by the end of the month your bank merchant account processor will be stuffed with so much money you’d have to burn half of it to make way for more.
Item 2 is often used when impersonating a well known online vendor such as Ebay. The e-mail arrives, again the logos are very convincing, the type and size of font are the same as normal etc. but you know you didn’t buy the item you’ve just been given a receipt for. Not to worry, there’s a handy link in the e-mail which usually says something like “click here if you didn’t buy this item” which you can use to sort it all out.
Trustworthy. Yes it’s already been mentioned earlier that they allow for a very secure method of payment but I cannot stress this enough. Payment processors only ask details that are important such as phone number, address, name, and bank account, and you do not need to put in details such as names of your family members, their occupations, etc. You don’t even need a picture. What’s important really is, you have your bank account as a means to transfer the money to you so you can withdraw it. Add to that the fact that customers always feel safer when they know stores don’t hold their credit card/bank account information.