Basic Mobile Squeeze Page
A basic mobile squeeze page
It will look like this (on an iPhone):
Yes, I know, very boring.
However, you can actually see everything and it works
Now that we have that out of the way, lets really get started.
This is what you get when you click the final Finish button.
There are two choices (depending on when you are reading this). If this is still in beta, then there is only one choice.
Either FTP or Download ZIP.
FTP requires you to provide your website url and the cPanel username and password. When the script is complete, your new mobile squeeze page will be uploaded automatically to your website. You will have a mobile signup page at http:www.example.com/mobile.php (notice the .php file – this means your web server needs to support PHP – most web hosting providers do).
Download ZIP will popup a zip file. It is your responsibility to unzip the contents of the zip file (mobile.php) to your computer, then FTP the mobile.php to your web server.
Keyword and Description
The second and third required items.
Nothing fancy here. Do notice the use of the singular for keyword. Don’t go ballistic here and think you need to provide every possible keyword under the sun for your site. Same goes for your description.
Note that your keyword gets used as the title that shows up at the top of the page.
Here’s the most important part.
You provide the HTML embed code from Aweber or Getresponse for the autoresponder that you want to have people signup to.
Here’s a picture of the Aweber HTML embed code. Click on the image to get the big picture.
There are a few options for colors to choose from.
Who could forget about tracking?
When complete, hit the Finish button and either your mobile squeeze page will be automatically uploaded to your site or a zip file like the following will appear and you will need to upload the mobile.php file to your site.
To Give You An Idea
… of what your you new mobile squeeze page will look like, here’s a preview for a few different types of mobile devices.