The final alternative method is the most expensive but gives you quite a bit of flexibility. You can use a service like Leadpages.net. If you are not familiar with Leadpages, they are a third party service where you can create very professional looking sales pages and choose where you want to host them. To stay off of Google's radar when creating a page through leadpages, you will want to use the page directly from their site.

They also have a blank template so if you wanted to create a review page for your PPC campaign that doesn't look too sales-like, that can be accomplished as well.

Leadpages does give you the ability to download the generated code and then incorporate it into your website. Further, they have a WordPress plugin where you can incorporate the generated page from within your Dashboard. But for this strategy you won't be using that. You will simply use the URL that they provide. It is hosted on their site and that is the benefit of this method.

The downside to this approach is it costs $37 per month to be a standard member of Leadpages. You can save some if you choose the yearly plan.

This is the most costly method to implement. One feature that they recently added is the ability to split test pages but this is for premium members only and the cost for that is obviously higher.



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philaccardo Premium
Hi:
Interesting but I am confused, please explain: what is your final choice: Hidden lead pages or Leadpages? Could I use the Leadpages way with any other similar Squeeze Page creator.
Is there a training about that?
Thanks/Phil
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AlexEvans Premium
This is excellent stuff so helpfull. Well laid out and to the point had certainly clarifed some isues for me. Thankyou very much
Alexander
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georama Premium
Thanks for the info and educating us as well.
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christopherM Premium
I've had my doubts about this as well. I'm fairly new to paid traffic, and landing pages and that cool stuff. In fact when I first started I couldn't see myself ever wanting to use them...that's all changed now.

I've tried running traffic to my blog posts, and even though I may not have the best CTA's, I can see this is not the best use of my PPC dollar. I'm not good at design, so I kinda wish a 1,000 word post had the highest conversion rate, but it doesn't. LOL
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