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Squeeze Theme — Supreme WordPress Theme to Build Your E-mail List

November 27th, 2009 posted by · 1 Comment

The guys over at Unique Blog Designs released their much talked about Squeeze Theme this week, which is just what its name says it is — a squeeze theme for WordPress.

It all comes down to collecting e-mail opt-ins and building your list, which you’re already aware is something you should do right from start of your business. You can spend all the time in the world creating the best product imaginable, but if you don’t have a database of targeted customers to market it to, it’s pretty much useless. That’s why an e-mail list is so important.

What is a Squeeze Page?

A squeeze page, or in this case, theme, is a landing page used to collect contact information from potential buyers/customers of yours. It’s generally a page with very little content and a noticeable e-mail opt-in form to solicit subscribers.

Squeeze Theme comes with multiple options and layouts, so you can customize the look of it to suit your brand or preferences.

What’s Included?

  • Multiple designed themes
  • Options in the control panel dashboard to customize the look
  • Built-in color picker
  • WordPress theme to use outside of a squeeze page
  • Support forum for all your questions

How Much is it?

Squeeze Theme is cheap — only $97 as part of a one-time launch special. It’s regularly $147, so consider this to be a deal. Even at the full price, it’s a steal when you factor in all of the options you get. A professionally designed squeeze page that you would get made on your own would cost anywhere from $200 to $500.

Squeeze Theme is meant for any blogger that wants to collect opt-in e-mails and grow their business the way it was meant to be grown.

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  1. NEELMONEY MyAvatars 0.2

    can I use it for my multiple websites?