Every marketer is telling you that you need to build your own mailing list in order to earn a decent income online... And yet as you've no doubt already discovered, building a list is one of the most difficult things to do, particularly for those new to online marketing.
There have been many innovations over the past few years that help to build lists, such as popups, fly-in ads and many others.
However none of them are quite like the brand new method I'm about to tell you about.
The name of this new method is the "Reverse Squeeze Page". Now I know this name may sound a little technical, but the idea really is quite simple - and with our superb software, it could not be easier to add it to your websites.
This method is genuinely set to bring massive benefits to those who deploy it using our new fully automatic technology.
So what exactly is a "Reverse Squeeze Page"?
You may already have heard of standard Squeeze Pages (also referred to as "Email Capture Pages"). Many marketers are already using them with sales pages for their products.
With a standard Squeeze Page, visitors are shown a newsletter signup form before they can access the sales page. They must enter their name and email address and then the sales page appears in their browser. This can generate lots of subscribers, although of course some visitors do refuse to enter their details and just click away from the site.
Love them or loathe them, Squeeze Pages are rapidly gaining ground as a new method of capturing email addresses on sales pages - and it looks like they are here to stay.
However while Squeeze Pages do work on sales pages, they are utterly useless for the new generation of websites - the article content sites.
Until now, that is.
The Reverse Squeeze Page is a brand new variant on the Squeeze Page concept.
As the name implies, a Reverse Squeeze Page, operates in reverse to a standard Squeeze Page. Visitors can immediately access your article content pages - so anyone coming from the Search Engines or other sources will gain immediate access to the content - and of course any adverts that go with it.
However with a Reverse Squeeze Page, visitors are only able to view a limited number of the pages on your site (for example you might allow them to view any 3 of your pages). When they reach this limit, they are then directed to your Squeeze Page. They must fill in their name and email address before they may continue browsing the site.
Now I know this is a brand new concept - so to help you grasp it fully, I'm going to explain it a little more detail, by using an example...
Reverse Squeeze Page Example
Joe comes to your site from a Search Engine, to read your newsletter archive (it could just as well be a site full of cookery articles, pet articles or anything else).
Joe likes your site so after reading the first article, he clicks the links for a few more.
Joe reads a second article and then a third, but when he clicks to read a fourth article, instead of showing Joe the article page, the software redirects him to a Squeeze Page asking him to enter his name and email address before he can continue reading the articles on the site. It also offers him a nice free gift as a further incentive to enter his details.
Now at this point, Joe has already demonstrated an interest in your site and its subject matter. He clearly wants to read more - and you are offering that to him. You are also offering him a nice bonus gift - and all just for entering his details. I think you'll agree that there's a very good chance that Joe will now go ahead and enter his details.
As soon as he does this, he can of course continue to read as many articles as he wants, without further distraction.
Your Reverse Squeeze Page technology just added Joe to your mailing list - completely automatically and with zero input from you.