How to Add Your AdCreator Design Squeeze Page to Your WordPress Blog or Website – Tutorial

I’m going to show you how easy it is to add your squeeze page to your WordPress site.
Log into AdCreator.Design alias Adkreator.com and go to left hand side menu and click on “My Designs” 3rd green button down.

Then click “Once” on the squeeze page you want to put on your WordPress website.










Then click on your the link that says, “Your squeeze page link:” to view in a new tab.

View your squeeze page in a new tab and “Right Click” on your mouse to get the menu below.  Then “Left Click” on “View Page Source” for the HTML to copy and paste to your WordPress Site.





View Page Source will open in a New Tab.  Copy and Paste it onto your Blog Post by selecting the “Text” tab and paste it in there.  Click on “Save Draft” right away.



WordPress Blog Post Draft Page.  Click on the “Visual” tab to the left of the “Text” Tab to view your Squeeze Page.





Click on “Visual” Tab and make adjustments to your Squeeze Page.  “Save Draft” often and check progress with the “Preview” Button that will Open in a new Tab.


You will need to add the WordPress Plugin “WP Edit” to get the menu bar I have below. Please only get Plugins from the WordPress site.  I am using WordPress.org that I downloaded onto my site for free.  It is much more flexible than WordPress.com.

 
Scroll down to see what other adjustments you may have to do to make your Squeeze page workable from your post.
 
 
 
By checking my “Preview” of my Squeeze Page I can see that my Autoresponder Form is Oversized.  I tested everything to make sure it’s working.  I have a Transparent code over my Adkreator logo to make it clickable and my Autoresponder form works.  Type in a name and an email address you have to check.  Mine works great.  Now we can adjust the form size with Google “Inspect”.  You will need to upload the images to the Social Icons below and resize them if you wish to have your Social Icons on your page.
 
 
Right Click to get menu with “Inspect” then “Left Click” on “Inspect”.    
Right Click on the form below that you need to adjust and the HTML will come up on “Inspect” highlighted in Grey.
 
 
Now I am going to edit the height of my form on the “Text” page
 
I found that using a more basic form without all of the borders inside  it is much easier to deal with.
 
A much easier way to do all of this is to have a link from your blog post to your squeeze page.
 
It will show the entire page plus your background if you choose to have other than a plain white background behind your template.
 
If you get really stuck, Skype me for help “barbdel” with no quotation marks, or message me on Facebook and say you are from AdCreatorDesign or Adkreator.


~Barbara

If you are thinking about making a squeeze page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

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6 Mother’s Day Page Designs to Give Your Business a Boost!

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Presented here, are 6 Mother’s Day page designs, to give your business a boost!

I have included both Squeeze page designs and Splash page Designs on this post.

Splash pages make great landing pages to get your prospects interested in your business site.

Lead Capture pages or Squeeze pages are a good way to get prospects on your email list or autoresponder list, so you can follow up with them about your products and/or service.

AdCreator.Design templates are easy to customize for your business needs.  You can fill in your business information on each one of these templates or make an entirely different design of your own.

If you don’t want to make a design yourself, I will do it for you.

 

 

Here is the link to the Lead Capture page above.  Click Here to view the template with a background.  This background can be changed to plain white or other colors and images.

 

 

Here is the link to the Lead Capture page above.  Click Here to view the template with a background.  This background can be changed to plain white or other colors and images.

 

 

Here is the link to the Lead Capture page above.  Click Here to view the template with a background.  This background can be changed to plain white or other colors and images.

 

 

Here is the link to the Lead Capture page above.  Click Here to view the template with a background.  This background can be changed to plain white or other colors and images.

 

 

Here is the link to the Lead Capture page above.  Click Here to view the template with a background.  This background can be changed to plain white or other colors and images.

 

 

Here is the link to the Lead Capture page above.  Click Here to view the template with a background.  This background can be changed to plain white or other colors and images.

 

If you are thinking about making a splash page, landing page, squeeze page, lead capture page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

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What is the Difference Between a Splash Page, Landing Page, Lead Capture Page, and Squeeze Page?

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Many of you may be wondering what the difference is between a splash page, landing page, lead capture page, and squeeze page.

3 of these pages are basically the same type of page except for the different names that are used for the pages.    The names may vary because of different industries using their own “jargon” or  the language insiders use to communicate with each other.

All 3 of these names, landing page, lead capture page and squeeze page have a lead capture form on them.  The prospect will sign up with their name and email address for more information, and sometimes with a free gift added to reward the prospect for signing up to the lead capture form which is connected to a marketer’s list of prospects.

The lead capture form puts a prospect on the list of a marketers page. You will sign up or subscribe to the list so you can get a free gift and/or more information about their product and/or service.

A landing page is a stand alone page that will lead the prospect to your website. It is not the “Home” page of your website that is the landing page.  A lead capture form can also be placed on a landing page if the software allows it to do so.

A splash page, in essence, is a landing page.  But you cannot put a lead capture form on a splash page made in AdCreator.Design.   

A Squeeze page can also be a landing page. You can put a lead capture form on a Squeeze page in AdCreator.Design.   A Squeeze page “squeezes” information from a prospect such as their name and email address for a marketer’s list.  Squeeze pages usually offer a free report or free gift for subscribing to the lead capture form as well as free information about a product or service.

~Barbara

If you are thinking about making a splash page, landing page, squeeze page, lead capture page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

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6 Samples of AdCreatorDesign Squeeze Page Designs

In this blog post, I would like to present 6 samples of  my Adcreator.Design Squeeze pages, to give you a better idea of how your squeeze pages can look.
These are only just a few of the many that can be created with AdCreator.Design.
#1

Click here to view page.

#2

 

Click on the link below to view the page itself.  The butterfly is a GIF.  


Click To View Page

#3

Click here to view page.

#4

 

#5


Click here to view page.

#6


Click here to view page

 

~Barbara

If you are thinking about making a splash page, squeeze page,landing page, lead capture page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

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How Do I Make A Squeeze Page? Tutorial with Screen Shots.



Before we get started making a squeeze page on this tutorial, I highly recommend using Google Chrome for your web browser.  Then make sure the browsing data is cleared.    I do not recommend using any other web browser.  Anytime that you are working for a long period of time, on AdCreatorDesign, and it freezes, this means you need to clear your browsing data.



Click on the 3 dots circled in yellow below on your browser, then click “More Tools,” then click “Clear browsing data,” then click on the Blue, “Clear Data” button.  You are ready to go after the browser is done clearing the browsing data.





Browse Templates and Pick One Out



Log into AdCreatorDesign with your Username, (Not Your Email Address!) and password and click on the Green button on the Left-Hand side menu that says, “Browse Templates.”

*SELECTING A SQUEEZE PAGE TEMPLATE











Let’s start by clicking on Squeeze Pages [145] and browse through the pages for a template for your first design!




Let’s browse the Squeeze Page templates and pick one out.  Scroll down the page and see more templates and check out the other pages for more template designs to choose from. Once you find a template you want to use, click on it and it will load into your editor for you to start working. 



 



 
I think I will choose the maroon and white, Squeeze Page template on page #7, 9th template down.  I will click on it to load it into my editor.  
 
I am going to upload an image now.
 
Upload a picture from your computer by clicking on the “Upload Images” button on the left-hand side of the menu under  the main menu bar.  Click on the image you wish to upload and click on “Open” and the image will appear in the upper left hand corner of the editor.
 
 
*RESIZING IMAGES
 
To resize your image: click on the image to highlight it with orange lines around it with 3 tiny orange boxes on the corners and one circle in the upper right-hand corner.  If you can’t see the corners, drag the picture down with the cross cursor until you see a corner.  It may already be highlighted in orange and ready for you to put your cross cursor on the orange box until it turns into double arrows.  1) Then drag this down as far as you can without losing the image and 2) then drag it up with the cross cursor.  Repeat these 2 steps until you have the size you need for your image.  Don’t forget to save your work!!
 
*USING THE TEXT EDITOR
 
Click on the 2 Double T’s in the upper left-hand corner of the top menu bar to open up the text box into your squeeze page editor.
 
Use the “Text Options Box”  to choose your Font, Color, Font Size, Alignment.  Place the text where you see fit by clicking on it to highlight and orange box around the text, then clicking and dragging it the text.  SAVE YOUR WORK!!!

 

*ADDING YOUR AUTORESPONDER CODE 



Copy the HTML code for your form that you wish to direct your capture leads to.  It is in the back office of your favorite autoresponder.  We will be pasting the code into the autoresponder box on the top main menu in the editor with a little yellow envelope/folder icon.



Log into your autoresponder and click on your “Campaign Manager” or “List.”

Select the Campaign you want to get a form code (autoresponder) from.
 

 
Click On Capture Page Forms.



Then click on “Capture Forms” in the drop down list.
 

Then click on “Get Basic HTML form code or the Java Script code – which ever you prefer.  If the Java Script doesn’t work then use the Basic HTML code.




Copy and paste the code into the AdCreatorDesign autoresponder box. 




The autoresponder box is at the top menu bar with the yellow envelope/file on it.  Paste your code into this box and click the “Submit” button.  It will look like a blank white box but the code is in there.  After clicking on the “Submit” button, highlight the blank white box and click on the autoresponder yellow top menu icon.  You will see the code in it you just pasted to the box.  This is handy tool to have in case you want to look up, what code is in what box.


Don’t forget to save your work!


Now you must view your squeeze page and make the changes as needed.



Click on “My Designs,” then click on the squeeze page you are working on ONCE, then click on”Your Squeeze Page Link” shown below and it will open up into a new tab on your web browser.



Click on the “Edit Design” to edit your images, text,  etc.




You can see below, the form is not all of the way inside of the maroon area so we will want to drag it a bit to the left in the editor section.  Save your work and view the tab again and refresh it to see your changes.  If your changes don’t show up when you refresh it, you will need to clear you browsing data on the browser.



To change the size of the pixel numbers in your form, we will go to the Editor and click on the autoresponder box in the menu bar after highlighting the blank white box.
 
Now view your page in the next tab and refresh it to see if the changes solved the problem.  
 
You can see that it is fixed in the diagram below.
 
*ADDING ANIMATIONS


To add an animation all we need to do is go to animatedimages.org to pick one out. 



They allow you to use their images for commercial use.  All you need to do is link back to them by putting their link on your page.  Scroll down to the categories that are in alphabetical order and pick out what you want to look at.



I’m scrolling down to “F” to pick out the “Flowers” images section.


I am going to pick out the pink daisies with the white bird in it.
 

Then scroll down to the first “Link image” and click on the Blue “Copy” button. Then paste the animation code into the autoresponder box in your editor of your squeeze page.  Then click the “Submit” button to save it.

 
Then click on the white box and drag it to a spot it looks like it might fit in.


View your squeeze page in the other tab , Refresh it and  see it the animation fits properly where you put it.


The animation is overlapping the form code so I am going to move the top, white autoresponder box up a little and the bottom, white autoresponder box down a little in the editor.
I am going to go to my tab with my page and refresh it again to see if the changes were successful.  I found that I had to clear my browsing data after doing this so many times.  So make sure you save you work before logging out of AdCreatorDesign before clearing your browsing data.
As you can see, it fits perfectly!

*ADDING A HYPERLINK TO AN IMAGE OR TEXT



If you want to add a hyperlink to an image such as the photograph of the mountains or the text above it, I have a special code to do this with.

<a href=’http://www.adkreator.com/adkguide.pdf target=’_blank’><img src=’http://www.adkreator.com/images/blank.gif’
height=150 width=400 border=’0′ /></a>
Just replace your link with my Adkreator guide link http://www.adkreator.com/adkguide.pdf and don’t touch anything else.  Leave the code intact.   Don’t delete the single quotation marks around it.   I will show you how to do the rest with screen shots.
 
Paste your code into Word or Google Docs and save it.  Then copy and paste it into the autoresponder box and click the “Submit” button to save it.


Drag the box over the text or image you want to be clickable.  Save Your Work!
 
View the squeeze page in a new tab by clicking on the link.  Test your page by clicking on the image or text you dragged your box over with the code.

 

I clicked on my image on my page after refreshing it and it went to my Adkreator Guide like I wanted it to.
 
If you click on your image or text you put the code over and it doesn’t work, check the code and check your link.    The code has to be exactly like the one I pasted above.
 
If you get really stuck, Skype me for help “barbdel” with no quotation marks, or message me on Facebook and say you are from AdCreatorDesign or Adkreator.


~Barbara



If you are thinking about making a squeeze page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.




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Why Do I Need a Splash Page for My Business?

A splash page is a great way to bring in visitors to your business with a visual “Call to Action”.


“Call to Action” (or in marketing terminology, is a way to provoke immediate response,) is very important when marketing your website.  Showing your website’s front page doesn’t always do the job of enticing a viewer into a conversion.   It’s best to use an attractive graphic with a convincing headline.

AdCreator Design is a DIY or Do-It-Yourself Advertising  Design platform which you can make
splash pages with.

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Need a Splash Page for Your Business Website?

 

Easy, low-cost, diy web
advertising design!
With Adkreator.com you can create beautiful, effective splash
pages (plus more) for your business website at a very low cost, even free for
the most basic designs.
And ….
If you feel design and technology challenged, I will help
you, for a very reasonable cost starting at $25 for a basic designed splash
page.
When you choose Adkreator.com, you can do many kinds of
website ad designs:
  • ·
    Do-It-Yourself Advertising Design
  • ·
    Splash Pages – Splash Page Tutorial
  • ·
    Landing Pages
  • ·
    Lead Capture Pages
  • ·
    Squeeze Pages
  • ·
    Banners
  • ·
    Add Lead Capture Code
  • ·
    Add Animations
  • ·
    Easier than Photoshop

 

It’s easy to get
started at my Adkreator.com website!
~Barbara
Please join me on Facebook at AdCreatorDesign

 

If you are thinking about making a squeeze page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

 

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How Do I Make a Splash Page? Tutorial with Screen Shots.

 

Before we get started making a splash page on this tutorial, I highly recommend using Google Chrome for your web browser.  Then make sure the browsing data is cleared.    I do not recommend using any other web browser.  Anytime that you are working for a long period of time, on AdCreatorDesign, and it freezes, this means you need to clear your browsing data.

 

Created with AdCreatorDesign
 
For a closer view, see below.
Created with AdCreatorDesign


Browse Templates and Pick One Out


Log into AdCreatorDesign with your Username, (Not Your Email Address!) and password and click on the green button on the Left-Hand side menu that says, “Browse Templates.”






*SELECTING A SPLASH PAGE TEMPLATE

 AdCreatorDesign Menu

Let’s start by clicking on Splash Pages [217] or Splashpage Large [194] and browse through the pages for a template for your first design!




 

 

AdCreatorDesign Advertising Template Catalog
 
 
Let’s browse at some of the smaller splash pages and pick out a template.  Once you find a template you want to use, click on it and it will load into the editor for you to start working. 

 

 


 



AdCreatorDesign Splash Page Template

 

 


 
 


 


 


I think I will choose the plain white Splash Page below.  I will click on it to load it into my editor.  Then upload a picture from my computer.

 

 
Highlight the text in “orange” by clicking on it and hit your delete button to delete the text.
 
Upload a picture from your computer by clicking on the “Upload Images” button on the left-hand side of the menu under  the main menu bar.  Click on the image you wish to upload and click on “Open” and the image will appear in the upper left hand corner of the editor.

 

 

 

AdCreatorDesign Template
*UPLOADING AN IMAGE
 
AdCreatorDesign Editor
Click on the “Upload Images” button in the upper left-hand corner of the editor, right below the main menu bar.   Search for your desired image from your “Pictures” folder and click on the picture you wish to choose.  Then click on “Open” to load it into your editor.  Resize it if needed and drag to place in the spot you see fit.
*RESIZING IMAGE
 
 
To resize your image: click on the image to highlight it with orange lines around it with 3 tiny orange boxes on the corners and one circle in the upper right-hand corner.  If you can’t see the corners, drag the picture down with the cross cursor until you see a corner.  It may already be highlighted in orange and ready for you to put your cross cursor on the orange box until it turns into double arrows.  1) Then drag this down as for as you can without losing the image and 2) then drag it up with the cross cursor.  Repeat these 2 steps until you have the size you need for your image.  Don’t forget to save your work!!
 
 
AdCreatorDesign Editor
 
 

*USING THE TEXT EDITOR




AdCreatorDesign Editor

Click on the 2 Double T’s in the upper left-hand corner of the top menu bar to open up the text box into your splash page editor.

Use the “Text Options Box”  to choose your Font, Color, Font Size, Alignment.  Place the text where you see fit.  SAVE YOUR WORK!!!















 
AdCreatorDesign Editor
 
 
 
*CLIP ART LIBRARY
And *ADDING A BUTTON
 
AdkreatorDesign Editor
 
Let’s choose “Large Buttons” from the “Clip Art” Library as a “Call To Action” for your splash page.  Save your Work!!!
AdCreatorDesign Editor

 

*EDITING YOUR SPLASH PAGE AFTER SAVING IT








AdCreatorDesign Editor






To edit your page after you have saved it, log into your AdCreatorDesign members area, click the “My Designs” button on the left-hand side green menu, 3rd one down.  You can edit any of the work you did in here.

AdCreator Design Editor





*ADDING BACKGROUNDS 


Splash Page Created with AdCreatorDesign



You can also add a background image, gradient colors or solid colors to your splashes. 





Select the Background image you wish to use from the drop down arrow menu and click on the green “Apply” button to save it.  View your splash page in a new tab by clicking on “Your splashpage link:”  It will open in a new tab.  Every time you change to a new background refresh your the page you are viewing to see your new edits.

AdCreatorDesign Editor





To change from Background image to Solid Background color, you must first change the Background Image to “None” at the top of the drop down arrow menu.  Then click the green “Apply” button.  Then you can go up to the Background color menu by clicking on the color wheel that brings up a square of smaller multicolored squares.  Click on the square color you wish to use and click on the green “Apply” button to save it.  View your edit in the other tab by refreshing your page or click on “Your splashpage link:” to view it.



Also, check on the box with a check mark to “Open URL in New Window.”



AdCreatorDesign Editor






AdCreatorDesign Editor




AdCreatorDesign Editor








Splash Page Created by AdCreatorDesign

After you have edited your splash page template, click on your link to view you page to make sure you background is still showing up.  Click on the green “Apply” button to save it again if necessary.  My programmer is working on perfecting this feature.




AdCreatorDesign Editor






If you are thinking about making a squeeze page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

 

 

~Barbara 

 

 

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Autoresponders and how they work

 

 

 


An autoresponder is a computer program that automatically sends a message or series of messages sent at a given day and time without human intervention.

 
The autoresponder is all automated once you have set up your email campaigns for your specific lists.  You can create a number of lists to set up emails with an autoresponder.
 
It’s a great way to send out welcome emails and follow-up emails about a specific topic such as:  “How to Build Your List,” “All About Horses,” “How to Cook for One.”
 
The user needs to write up the pre-written messages when setting up autoresponder campaigns.
 
A form code is then generated and put on the squeeze page or landing page to capture the names and email addresses of those that sign up to your list.
 
If you are thinking about making a squeeze page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.
 
~Barbara

 

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What is a Squeeze Page and What Does it Do?

A Squeeze page is a Landing page or Lead Capture page designed to get visitors or leads to fill out an opt-in form with their name and email address.  Another way to put it is that visitors subscribe to your list where they receive a series of follow up emails about the product or service you are trying to sell.  A squeeze page will often have a video or eye-catching graphics, enticing the visitor to stay long enough to sign up to the opt-in list for more information.



Once you are done creating your squeeze page, you can advertise on social networks, traffic exchanges, and opt-in mailers.  You can put the HTML on your website as well.



It is necessary to have an autoresponder to place on your squeeze page to collect the names and email addresses of your prospects that you want to write follow-up emails.  The autoresponder will automatically send them out after you have set up your follow up emails.  Once the autoresponder is set up, it is easy to maintain.


If you are thinking about making a squeeze page of your own, please click over to my AdKreator.com site to make your own from one of our templates, then you can easily make your own and add to your website.

~Barbara 

 

 

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