Squeeze Theme – The Ultimate Email List Building WordPress Theme

My friends at Unique Blog Design has finally released their long awaited Squeeze Theme and I got a special discount for all John Chow dot Com readers! Squeeze Theme makes it super easy to create email capturing squeeze pages.

What Is a Squeeze Page?

A squeeze page is a special kind of landing page that is created solely to act as an opt in for information – primarily email addresses – from potential subscribers. When people visit my blog, I want them to subscribe to my email list. However, because there is so much to see and read, the number of sign ups isn’t as high as it could be. By creating a squeeze page, your email sign up rate can skyrocket. While I can capture maybe 5% of people coming to my blog, I have seen squeeze pages with conversion has high as 50%!

Having a big mailing list is the key to making big money online. My email list accounts for the majority of my blog’s $40,000+ monthly income. My entire blog is geared towards getting people to subscribe and the best way to do that is with a squeeze page.

Squeeze Theme – The Easiest Way To Create a Squeeze Page

Squeeze Theme by Unique Blog Design is by far the easiest way to create an email capturing squeeze page. Squeeze Theme is powered by WordPress and will allow you to create custom squeeze pages in minutes.

To use Squeeze Theme, all you need to do is choose the theme you want to run, add the text, photo or video, your Aweber email codes and let Squeeze Theme do the rest. This is the fastest method for creating a high converting squeeze page. Before Squeeze Theme came along, I had a designer do all my squeeze pages. Now, Squeeze Theme does it for me.

Squeeze Theme does more than just create squeeze pages. It’s a full blown WordPress theme that can power an entire site. In fact, the entire Squeeze Theme website is powered by Squeeze Theme. The Squeeze Theme Options Panel makes customizing Squeeze Theme a breeze – you can change the color of virtually every element on the page.

UBD built Squeeze Theme with the intent of making it as easy to use for non-technical people. Their goal was to lessen the technical barrier of setting up a blog and squeeze page. They even produced their introduction video around the question, “Is Squeeze Theme easy to use for online marketers?”

The following are just a few of the features and benefit you’ll find in Squeeze Theme:

  • Powerful Theme Options Panel
    We built Squeeze Theme with our best options panel yet – featuring convenient collapsing panels and a minimum number of customization panels. Everything is organized for your immediate retrieval and customization. This makes quick and easy customization a snap.
  • Forget Coding Headaches
    When you copy and paste your email FORM code from your favorite email provider, Squeeze Theme automatically formats and styles your code! No more fussing with tweaking the FORM code!
  • Four (4) Tried-and-Tested Squeeze Page Layouts
    We built the squeeze page templates inspired by many of the most popular squeeze page layouts that top online marketers actually use. We also have been testing various squeeze pages within our niche in the past few years and have found THESE 4 templates to be the highest converting squeeze page templates.
  • Built for the Latest Version of WordPress
    Squeeze Theme uses all of WordPress’s most powerful features including sticky posts, post extras and threaded comments. Squeeze Theme Members can rest assured in that we will be upgrading Squeeze Theme to be compatible with the latest version of WordPress for the lifetime of the product.
  • Advanced Customization Possible
    Squeeze Theme was built with the optional integration of a custom stylesheet, making additional CSS customization easy for anyone who is familiar with programming. The custom stylesheet also allows you to maintain all of your additional customizations when upgrading your copy of Squeeze Theme.
    Squeeze Theme

Save $50 When You Buy Squeeze Theme

Squeeze Theme normally sells for the $147 and that is a great price considering I have paid more than that just to have one squeeze page designed! However, during this grand opening week, you can purchase Squeeze Theme for only $97 using this link. The sales end Tuesday, December 1st so don’t take too long deciding.

Along with the 34% savings on Squeeze Theme, you can get an additional 10% saving on Squeeze Camp. This is a 12-week training course that will teach you how to build a website, using Squeeze Theme, setup an email list, and drive traffic to your site. Over the course of twelve weeks, you will learn the fundamentals for earning money from an email list and blog. If you want to get the most out of Squeeze Theme, I highly recommend you take advantage of Squeeze Camp. Enrollment is limited to 150 students and closes December 1.

I will be using Squeeze Theme for my new site that I’m launching in January. Before Squeeze Theme came along, I would have spent thousands to have the new site developed. Now it can be mine for only $97. A few months ago, I wouldn’t have thought this would be possible.

I highly recommend Squeeze Theme to any blogger looking to make more money. I recommend enrolling in Squeeze Camp as well if you want to get the maximum benefit from the theme. One of the great features of Squeeze Camp is the live biweekly group calls. I’ll be in on some of those calls so you’ll be able to ask me any questions you want and I’ll share some really cool stuff as well. Go sign up now!

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32 thoughts on “Squeeze Theme – The Ultimate Email List Building WordPress Theme”

  1. Jose says:

    Looks like a pretty awesome theme. But I am happy with mine for now…Might consider it for future use though.

    1. It probably is worth it because you’d have to pay way more than $97 to get one page custom designed.

    2. nada says:

      yeah i think so. its pretty much cool

      1. Benjamin Cip says:

        that’s the price I paid for my premium wordpress theme.

        1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

          I paid about half of the price of $97 for my thesis theme. But this squeeze theme looks cool indeed!

  2. I look forward to seeing your new squeeze theme based site, John. It will be nice to see a working model in action, so that I can get my head around what actually is going on there.

  3. Looks good, perhaps worth the money when you have to create a lot of squeeze pages, but if you only need 1 or 2 it might not be worth the money. SY

    1. John Chow says:

      If you were to get a single custom design squeeze page coded up, it will cost you more than the $147 Squeeze Theme price. With Squeeze Theme, you can can create unlimited squeeze pages.

      1. nada says:

        its very costly to me john 🙂

        1. Benjamin Cip says:

          $97 for unlimited squeeze page it’s an early christmass day!

      2. Not if I do it myself, I work for free for me 😉 SY

        1. I have to go with you on this one OES. I would rather do this myself. The theme is all marketing and development 101.

  4. Paul B says:

    If this is going to be as good as Affiliate Theme then I think I’ll pass.

    1. What’s wrong with affiliate theme?

      1. Paul B says:

        It’s made out to be a complete solution for affiliate landing pages and is sold as such. It’s the content that takes all the time (and makes the difference) with a landing page not the template. On top of that the lack of important interactive elements that really make the difference when it comes to landing pages limits things, you’re essentially left with an easy way of rearranging blocks of text and images. A newbie trap if you like.

        Good for experimenting with, [email protected] for converting from.

  5. Kevin Pasco says:

    I’ll have to see a few live examples of the theme for me to consider it. Right now I’ll just stick to designing my squeeze pages in Kompozer 😛

  6. Dean Saliba says:

    It looks pretty awesome (and pretty pricey I assume) but I’m not in a position to fork out money on my blogs at the moment. I’ll stick to my free one that I created with WordPress. 🙂

    1. nada says:

      yeah me too
      moreover i like theme with adsense friendly 🙂

  7. Lee Ka Hoong says:

    The design looks superb, but the price doesn’t. Perhaps it’s not my time to get it. Perhaps in future. 🙂

    Anyway, thanks for sharing John!

    1. Benjamin Cip says:

      What?! Come on Lee, that’s quite an affordable price!

      1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

        Affordable price but I don’t think I need it right now, perhaps in future. Did you get a copy Ben? 🙂

  8. ProBlogineer says:

    that’s a great theme.. i will get it for sure.
    thanks

  9. Great, the first 3 template examples look almost exactly the same. BFD!

    1. Benjamin Cip says:

      yeah, I noticed it as well…

  10. samuel mowe says:

    hi you have some very good content on this site! i take it that this is a wordpress blog?

  11. Ange Gothi says:

    Seems to be awesome … M going to have it

  12. Jacob Godwin says:

    I mentioned this on another blog. I don’t see what’s the big fuss about premium themes.

    Yes, they do look pretty, and yes they are very customizable.

    But that’s also part of the problem. I have a premium theme and I’m just so reluctant to devote the 2-3 hours it’s going to take to learn it.

    And I can’t leave it as it is out the box or it will look like a bunch of other blogs floating around the internet.

    I just don’t get it. I can get a free theme from wordpress, tinker with it a little, go into the editor tab and tinker some more. Voila! I got a unique, and good looking website!

    Maybe I’ll send the designer a couple of bucks as way of thanks, and that’s it.

    That’s my rant. So far, still not convinced about premium themes.

  13. Thanks for sharing this wonderful theme, but yes price is high 🙁

  14. A.B says:

    We all have probably heard hundreds of times that “the money is in the list,” but why’s that? What’s so special about having your own opt-in e-mail lists?
    The answer lies in the three benefits of having your own opt-in e-mail list:
    (a) It can increase your conversion,
    (b) It Can Give You Ongoing Profits and Repeat Business,
    (c) You Can Leverage Your Subscribers to Promote Your Business.

  15. oes tsetnoc says:

    I look forward to seeing your new squeeze theme based site. Its looking good

  16. chester says:

    I’m going to buy this once we relaunch our blog in a couple of weeks.

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