In case you hadn’t noticed – it’s 2015. More and more people are accessing their internet on tablets and cell phones instead of a desktop computer (with big screen). It’s hard to go anywhere nowadays without seeing someone staring at their mobile device. And most of the time they will be online – potentially accessing your squeeze pages!
Just because your squeeze page looks and functions fine on a laptop or 27″ monitor, does not mean it will do the same on a much smaller screen. If you don’t optimise your pages to work across all devices, you are potentially missing out on a great deal.
If your squeeze doesn’t function on a mobile device :
People will exit your page straight away without even bothering to look at it, let alone enter their email address. If you’ve paid for that traffic, you might as well set your money on fire. It’s completely wasted. If your name and/or brand is on this page, your reputation is slowly being trashed as well. Oh, and all that potential money you could have been making on the back end after people optin to your list? You won’t be getting any of that either.
Remember – depending on who you buy your solos from, they could consist of 50% or more mobile traffic. That’s an awful big percentage, and unless you optimise your pages, it’s an awful lot of money you could be wasting – as you read this blog post.
Can I reiterate again how important it is that you optimise your squeeze pages to work on mobile… right now?
Wait…..but how do I optimise my pages to work on mobile?
Don’t worry – we got you covered!
For checking how your pages look on mobile devices :
This is a quick and easy way to preview your webpages at the dimensions they will be seen on popular mobile devices. There’s even presets for popular devices such as iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android (Samsung Galaxy, Nexus 7).
You may well find that some, if not all of your squeeze pages need a bit of editing to make them look right on all screen sizes. If you programmed them yourself it’s time to get stuck into Dreamweaver or whichever html editor you used to make them.[button_1 text="Boost%20Your%20Squeeze%20Page%20Conversion%20Today!" text_size="27" text_color="#000000" text_bold="Y" text_letter_spacing="0" subtext_panel="N" text_shadow_panel="Y" text_shadow_vertical="0" text_shadow_horizontal="0" text_shadow_color="#ffffff" text_shadow_blur="15" styling_width="40" styling_height="30" styling_border_color="#000000" styling_border_size="0" styling_border_radius="6" styling_border_opacity="100" styling_gradient_start_color="#ffcb29" styling_gradient_end_color="#ffcb29" drop_shadow_panel="Y" drop_shadow_vertical="7" drop_shadow_horizontal="0" drop_shadow_blur="1" drop_shadow_spread="0" drop_shadow_color="#d19900" drop_shadow_opacity="91" inset_shadow_panel="N" align="center" href="https://apex.iljmp.com/1/arkysar"/]
Alternatively, there are several solutions on the market that build your pages for you, and make sure they are mobile optimised. If you don’t know how to or don’t want to code web pages yourself – then consider one of these instead :
The above systems produce squeeze (and other) pages that will be nicely optimised to display correctly on any and all screen sizes. They are also amazing time savers for anyone wanting to build multiple lander pages and get them out there quickly.
Don’t ignore this post!
If you don’t adapt your squeeze pages to work correctly on all devices, you are just throwing your money away.
Pure and simple.
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