I’m going to show you how easy it is to add your squeeze page to your WordPress site. Log into AdCreator.Design alias Adkreator.com and go to left hand side menu and click on “My Designs” 3rd green button down. Then click “Once” on the squeeze page you want to put on your WordPress website. Then click on your the link that says, “Your squeeze page link:” to view in a new tab. View your squeeze page in a new tab and “Right Click” on your mouse to get the menu below. Then “Left Click” on “View Page Source” for the HTML to copy and paste to your WordPress Site. View Page Source will open in a New Tab. Read More
In this blog post, I would like to present 6 samples of my Adcreator.Design Squeeze pages, to give you a better idea of how your squeeze pages can look. These are only just a few of the many that can be created with AdCreator.Design. #1 Click here to view page. #2 Click on the link below to view the page itself. The butterfly is a GIF. Click To View Page #3 Click here to view page. #4 Click here to view page. #5 Click here to view page. #6 Click here to view page ~Barbara If you are thinking about making a splash page, squeeze page,landing page, lead capture page of your own, pleaseRead More
Before we get started making a splash page on this tutorial, I highly recommend using Firefox for your web browser. Then make sure the browsing data is cleared. You can also use Google Chrome and clear your browsing data if it freezes. Anytime that you are working for a long period of time, on AdCreator.Design, and it freezes, this means you need to clear your browsing data . You will also need to clear the cookies and cache in Firefox and open AdCreator.Design in a New Private Window in Firefox. For Google Chrome: Click on the 3 dots circled in yellow below on your browser, then click “More Tools,” then click “Clear browsing data,” then click on theRead More
A splash page is a great way to bring in visitors to your business with a visual “Call to Action”. A “Call to Action” (or in marketing terminology, is a way to provoke immediate response,) is very important when marketing your website. Showing your website’s front page doesn’t always do the job of enticing a viewer into a conversion. It’s best to use an attractive graphic with a convincing headline. AdCreator Design is a DIY or Do-It-Yourself Advertising Design platform which you can make splash pages with.
Easy, low-cost, diy web advertising design! With Adkreator.com you can create beautiful, effective splash pages (plus more) for your business website at a very low cost and try it once free. And …. If you feel design and technology challenged, I will help you, for a very reasonable cost starting at $25 for a basic designed splash page. When you choose Adkreator.com, you can do many kinds of website ad designs: · Do-It-Yourself Advertising Design · Splash Pages – Splash Page Tutorial · Landing Pages · Lead Capture Pages · Squeeze Pages · Banners · Add Lead Capture Code · Add Animations · Easier than Photoshop It’s easy to get started at my Adkreator.com website! ~Barbara PleaseRead More
Before we get started making a splash page on this tutorial, I highly recommend using Firefox for your web browser. Then make sure the browsing data is cleared. You can also use Google Chrome and clear your browsing data if it freezes. Anytime that you are working for a long period of time, on AdCreator.Design, and it freezes, this means you need to clear your browsing data . First: You will also need to clear the cookies and cache in Firefox and open AdCreator.Design in a New Private Window in Firefox. Created with AdCreatorDesign For a closer view, see below.
An autoresponder is a computer program that automatically sends a message or series of messages sent at a given day and time without human intervention. The autoresponder is all automated once you have set up your email campaigns for your specific lists. You can create a number of lists to set up emails with an autoresponder. It’s a great way to send out welcome emails and follow-up emails about a specific topic such as: “How to Build Your List,” “All About Horses,” “How to Cook for One.” The user needs to write up the pre-written messages when setting up autoresponder campaigns. A form code is then generated and put on the squeeze page or landingRead More
A Squeeze page is a Landing page or Lead Capture page designed to get visitors or leads to fill out an opt-in form with their name and email address. Another way to put it is that visitors subscribe to your list where they receive a series of follow up emails about the product or service you are trying to sell. A squeeze page will often have a video or eye-catching graphics, enticing the visitor to stay long enough to sign up to the opt-in list for more information. Once you are done creating your squeeze page, you can advertise on social networks, traffic exchanges, and opt-in mailers. You can put the HTML on your website as well. It isRead More
A splash page is a page that Webmasters use as a gate between the initial loading of the site and the actual site content. Splash pages often feature high-design visuals to attract Web users to proceed further into the website. In other words: The splash page is used to get the attention of a prospect to click on a button or other icon that goes to the website. A variety of graphics and images are used with color psychology to enhance the splash page to it’s greatest potential. Branding yourself with your picture or logo is highly recommended to get people to know, like, and trust you. It usually takes 7 times of viewing or more before aRead More
You need get your viewers to see what you want them to see and feel what you want them to feel with your ads. Understanding color psychology is very important for the success of your Splash, Squeeze, Landing, or Lead Capture Pages. Understanding the psychology of color in online marketing will help you learn how to engage your viewers into noticing your ads. We all want to stand out more, so we don’t want to use standard affiliate pages. The reasons why are: no one will notice you; they will not get to know you, like you, and trust you; and they will not click on your pages or sign up to your autoresponder series. By using persuasiveRead More