Focused On Conversion.



Squeeze pages are a powerful tool for capturing leads & driving conversions. Designed to quickly capture visitor information, such as email addresses, with the goal of converting them into leads or customers.

Illustration of squeeze page design services in Spokane, Spokane Valley, and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, featuring captivating visuals and compelling content.

Focused On Conversion.



Squeeze pages are a powerful tool for capturing leads & driving conversions. Designed to quickly capture visitor information, such as email addresses, with the goal of converting them into leads or customers.

Multiple examples of squeeze pages displayed on a screen, showcasing lead capture forms and compelling calls-to-action for businesses in Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint, Spokane Valley, Pullman, and Moscow.


From sleek and modern designs to strategically placed call-to-action buttons, we'll work closely with you to craft squeeze pages that effectively capture leads and boost conversions.


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Done Right:
  • The recognizable photo of Zach Galifianakis serves as an authority badge of sorts, associating GQ with powerful celebrities.
  • The ultra-short form only asks prospects for one piece of personal information: email.
  • The CTA button color contrasts the white page well.
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Done Right:
  • The word “free” is the first thing you see on this squeeze page.
  • Company badges associate Smart Insights with well-known brands like Unicef, Vodafone, HP, and Canon.
  • Testimonials from real marketers boost trust. Though, it would be better if they had some pictures next to them.
  • The short form only asks for email address, not even name or company.
  • The bulleted copy quickly covers what you’ll receive by downloading the templates.
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Done Right:
  • The copy is filled with persuasive words like “Exclusive,” “Secrets,” “Premium,” “Richer,” and “Free.”
  • The button copy is written in first person.
  • The content is short but informative. Users know exactly what they’re going to get when they enter their email address to download a copy.
  • The button color isn’t bold or bright like the other squeeze pages we’ve already discussed. However, it contrasts the rest of the page. Contrast is always more important than color.
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Done Right:
  • The headline is benefit-oriented, explaining to the prospect that they can save millions by reading “Seven Tips For Disaster Recovery.”
  • The copy is concise, but informational. We know exactly what we’re going to get by downloading.
  • The form only asks for email and country. The less fields you include, and the less personal they are, the more likely it is that your prospect will fill them out.
  • The opt-in box isn’t already checked unlike many squeeze pages. By letting users opt in instead of unchecking the box to opt out, you’re passively increasing the quality of email subscribers you generate using this form.


custom Squeeze Page packages designed to power
re-marketing efforts, get bookings, and increase longevity.

Discount or Promotion Squeeze Page

Geared towards offering discounts, coupons, or limited-time promotions in exchange for contact information, encouraging immediate action from visitors.

Webinar Registration Squeeze Page

Our Webinar Registraion Squeeze Page is aimed at driving registrations for webinars or online events by highlighting the benefits and value of attending, along with a registration form.

Lead Generation
Squeeze Page

Our Lead Generation Squeeze Page is designed to offer a valuable resource or incentive in exchange for email sign-ups, such as an ebook, whitepaper, or exclusive content.

Product Launch
Squeeze Page

Created to generate excitement and anticipation for a new product or service launch, often featuring teaser content and a countdown timer to encourage sign-ups for updates or early access.

Free Trial or Demo Squeeze Page

Intended to entice visitors to sign up for a free trial or demo of a product or service, showcasing its benefits and features to encourage conversions.

Contest or Giveaway Squeeze Page

Designed to collect email addresses in exchange for entry into a contest or giveaway, leveraging the allure of prizes to attract leads.

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A squeeze page

Are you curious how a professionally designed Squeeze page could help your business?  We are standing by to answer any questions you might have.

Email is still your
most powerful marketing tool.

Consider these stats:

  • You’re 6x more likely to get a click-through from an email marketing campaign than you are from a tweet.

  • Email is 40x more effective at acquiring new customers than Facebook or Twitter.

  • When it comes to purchases made as a result of receiving a marketing message, email has the highest conversion rate, at 66%, when compared to social, direct mail, and other marketing methods.

  • 71% of people prefer to receive promotional content through email, compared to 17% who prefer social media.

  • Email marketing drives more conversions than any other marketing channel, including search and social.

  • Email marketing has an ROI of 3,800%.

High Conversion Rates

Streamlined Design, Maximum Results.

Squeeze pages are known for their ability to achieve high conversion rates compared to other types of landing pages. By focusing on a single call-to-action and removing distractions, squeeze pages effectively compel visitors to take the desired action, such as signing up for a newsletter or downloading a free resource.

Lead Generation Tool

Capture Leads Effortlessly with Intuitive Design.

Squeeze pages are primarily used as a lead generation tool. They typically feature a lead capture form where visitors can provide their contact information, such as email addresses, in exchange for valuable content or offers. This allows businesses to build their email lists and nurture leads over time.

SIMPLICITY Maximizes Impact

Less is More: Simplify, Convert, Succeed.

Squeeze pages typically have a minimalist design, with clean layouts and focused messaging. The goal is to keep the visitor's attention squarely on the offer and the call-to-action, without any unnecessary distractions. This simplicity helps increase the likelihood of conversions and keeps bounce rates low.