Squeeze Theme Review, Receive 20% Off for StayOnSearch Readers

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 1, 2010 - SEO, Tools - 3 Comments

As some of you may or may not know, I am not one to do product reviews, however Squeeze Theme is one product I truly believe in and want to give you some useful information about how you can use this product.

Basically Squeeze Theme is a suite of premium WordPress themes that are designed to “squeeze” or drive a user to complete an action on your site.  Those actions, depending on your goals and theme you use, will improve the chance of gaining that users contact information or convert that lead into a sale.  The ideal user of the Squeeze Themes would be product marketers, affiliate marketers, bloggers, and internet marketing who are either looking to generate an in-house marketing list or convert users to purchase a product (their own or as an affiliate).

There are three different themes that Squeeze Theme currently offers, depending on the type of marketing you are doing.  Lets go through each of the three different themes, to see how you can generate leads and sales.

Before we start: I should mention that one of the great things about all of the themes is that you do not need to have any programming or design experience.  Each of these themes with create the necessary code based on the easy drag and drop widgets that you can place on the page.  This is also a theme for WordPress, so you must install WordPress before you can use any of these themes.

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Squeeze Theme

Squeeze Theme

The Squeeze Theme was designed to drive website visitors to perform a key action on your site like “Download an E-book” or “Sign-Up Now”.  The people at Squeeze Theme have done extensive testing to find out which design/content elements will yield better results, making it extremely simple for you to create high-converting landing pages.

Key Features:

  • E-mail Form Integration and Automatic Styling
  • Drag and Drop Widgetize Layout
  • Easier Add/Manage Content within WordPress
  • Built in Color-Picker
  • No Coding Required

What I love about this theme is the simplicity of not only the back-end, but for front-end as well.  I love how the header is very small, so there is more real estate for the important content and calls to actions.  I also like the option of being able to remove the navigation on a certain page.  This is extremely useful if you want a user to convert on that page and eliminate the option of being able to go elsewhere on your site.

Overall if you are trying to build an e-mail marketing list and you have useful content that people who want to give their information to you in return for that content, it is a great lead generation tool.

Watch the Squeeze Theme in Action:

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Sales Theme

The Sales Theme has a little bit of a different goal in mind than the Squeeze Theme. The Sales Theme was created to allow you to create a high-converting landing page for selling products, as opposed to generating a marketing list.  This theme comes with a number of great drag and drop widgets that will help sell the features and benefits of your product and drive people to buying your product.

Key Features:

  • Testimonial Widget (a template for adding a persons picture and quote about the product)
  • Five Reasons Widget (a number list of the features and benefits of your product)
  • Pricing Widget (a pricing box that will give you Was/Now pricing)
  • Five Steps Widget (shows the steps of using the product)
  • Money Back Guarantee Widget (a money back guarantee graphic, along with customized text)
  • Product Feature Widget (showing product screenshots and description of how to use the product)

Personally this is probably my favorite theme because of all of the awesome features that are included in it.  You can create an awesome landing page with great design elements extremely fast!  If you are someone who is looking to sell their own products, this is the best theme for selling the user and giving them the information they need to buy your product.  I am actually in the process of using this theme to create the link builders toolkit sales page, which we will also be adding industry/niche specific toolkits in the near future.

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Squeeze Theme

Affiliate Theme

The affiliate theme was designed for (obviously) affiliate marketers who are looking to market and promote other websites products. This theme will save you tons of time and effort for creating effective affiliate marketing websites.  Take a specific niche, gather affiliate marketing graphics, content and links and start to create your website with ease.

Key Features:

  • 1, 2, 3, or 4 Column Layout
  • Right or Left Sidebar
  • Easily Change Navigation and Footer Elements
  • Header and Background Options

I have not played around with the Affiliate template as much as the other two, however I could imagine that it will save you a lot of time in creating quick affiliate sites, compared to manually having to design and layout a site.

Watch the Affiliate Theme in Action:

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Squeeze Camp

As an added bonus, Squeeze Theme offers something they call “Squeeze Camp”, which is a 12-week training course that will take you through all the steps of building an affiliate website and targeted email list.  There are some excellent video tutorials which will really give you some detailed instructions on how to maximize your effectiveness with using these Squeeze Themes.

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About the Author

Mark Thompson

Mark is the creator of StayOnSearch and president of Search Creatively, a full-service Internet Marketing Company located in Raleigh, North Carolina. He also contributes to many industry related blogs including Search Engine Journal and is active on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Mark on Twitter