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If you’re familiar with landing pages, you’ve probably heard the term “squeeze page” before. But what exactly is a squeeze page? In short, a squeeze page is a landing page, but a more specific type of landing page. Squeeze pages are designed to serve one core function: to collect a user's email address.
If you’ve explored the world of landing pages a little, you’re likely to have come across the term “Call to Action”, or “CTA” for short. People often talk about optimizing it, changing the text, changing the color, and changing its location on the page. But what is it exactly? For the complete answer
A landing page is a distinct page on your website that’s built for a single conversion objective. Built to be (largely) independent from your website, it has no focus except that conversion objective. There are a few main types of landing pages you need to know about: Squeeze page: A page built to elicit
Like precious little snowflakes, not all landing pages are created equal. Some are built like a Michelangelo masterpiece and some are Frankenstein's monster. Visual design aside, all landing pages should have some common goals. Let’s see what they are... For the complete answer to "What are some common goals of landing pages?" check out