Your First WP Squeeze Page In Under An Hour? Believe It!

September 10, 2010 · 19 comments

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Your First WP Squeeze Page In Under An Hour? Believe It!

Think Squeeze Pages Are Only For Techies That Know How to Code?

wordpress logoThink Again!

WordPress squeeze pages are the dream… goal… and often headache of many internet marketers!

Majority of the templates available up till very recently have required opening them in an HTML editor for editing and then manually uploading each and every one onto your site via FTP. This was enough to scare most people right out of ever making one!

What If … You could set up countless squeeze pages on your site with almost no futzing with HTML and only having to upload a file once?

With WP Spire – You Can!

Finding a easy to use, coding minimal, stable, feature-rich WordPress solution for squeeze and sales pages has become a bit of an obsession for me!

In fact, I’ve spent almost $1,000 trial running and demoing various plugins, templates, packs and “solutions” so you didn’t have to!

So many “solutions” promised me such greatness… and broke my heart!

WP Spire delivers on on what you need to put the WordPress squeeze page headaches to rest!

Yes there are plugins that do individual pieces of what WP Spire does in slightly more sexy ways…. some of which are even “easier to use”…some are cheaper… but all of those came at a sharp price tag… generally one of stability, compatibility, headache or other nonsense you just don’t want!

Runs on ANY standard WordPress theme without disrupting the look of your site!

They do have a theme version (great for minisites) too – but I highly suggest you start with the plugin version (which is in basically the theme in plugin form) or grab both at a discounted rate! Want to use it for clients? They even have a developer license (for you to use for your clients) now too! Oh yeah, and there’s now an add-on available for it that brings some additional cool toys!

Now… Let’s be honest… This training does assume a few things…

  • Fundamental Understanding of Your Autoresponder (the ability to get your form code from it) (Get Aweber Here)
  • Basic Understanding of WordPress and Plugins
  • Fundamental Understanding of Accessing Your WordPress Host By FTP or Cpanel’s File Manager (Get Filezilla Here)
  • The ability to follow along step by step…. (The pause button is your friend!)
  • and the willingness to have some fun playing around with the possibilities once its set up!

Not yet up to speed on the basics? I suggest you check out my Profit Being You, WordPress & Social Media Training class where you’ll learn in a self-paced, supported environment how to get rocking and rolling with WordPress!

Lets Get Started Building A WordPress Squeeze Page!

So There You Have It….

Your First WordPress Squeeze Page In Under An Hour!

Do yourself a favor and GO GET this plugin NOW!


PS: I couldn’t be more excited to be an affiliate for this hot bundle!

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{ 19 comments… read them below or add one }

Ileane September 11, 2010 at 5:26 pm

Hi Kim, thanks for the video. I didn’t know you were using Viddler too, so I’m subscribing to you over there now also.

How much does this cost?


Val Wilcox September 11, 2010 at 11:18 pm

Cool Kimberly!
I appreciate all this great step by step in an easy way to help all of us non-techy people. I will soon need to utilize this little tool so you have brught this along at just the right time. :)

Val ;)


Mani Viswanathan September 12, 2010 at 1:58 pm

The squeeze page you’ve put in for WPspire is kewl too :-)


Patricia September 13, 2010 at 6:22 am

Great to hear there is something for us newbies who aren’t techies. Thanks for researching so thoroughly for us more technically challenged ones Kim.
Patricia Perth Australia


Michaelé Harrington September 15, 2010 at 9:55 am

Hi Kim,

This is totally awesome!
I remember looking around at different squeeze page options to use with WP and nothing stacked up in terms of what I was looking for.
Knowing how incredible you are with your research, I have no doubt that Spire is a fantastic plugin.
Thanks for the incredible training video to back it all up.

P.S. I just noticed Subscribers Magnet already has my name an email typed in. How irresistible is that! Any idea when they are opening the doors again?


Debbie Lattuga September 24, 2010 at 9:26 pm

Yay! Solutions for non techies. I don’t know much about html, but I have some squeeze plate templates, and I have modified them, but whew! what a headache.

This plugin looks so great! Thanks for sharing!


Brenda Abraham October 2, 2010 at 11:51 am

Kim, another awesome tutorial. I have bookmarked this one. I am currently using something that seems to be working for me but this looks attractive as well.


Tommy DiPietro October 3, 2010 at 5:54 pm

Hi Kim,

Nice job with the tutorial!

I started my Wordpress blog not knowing a thing about blogging or even putting a blog together, this was less than a year ago.

Now, I am putting blogs, websites, capture pages together for myself and others. This is an awesome way to get your site going. I love using Wordpress and it is easier than people think.

The reason WHY? Like you said, you don’t have to be an HTML expert. It makes it easier for us and to teach the person you are helping.

I will definitely check out that plug-in.

Thanks for sharing :)

Tommy D.


Golda Smith November 28, 2010 at 9:35 am

Hi Kim. Your blog is full of priceless information. I love a great road map and your tutorial was worth its weight in gold. The plugin looks awesome and will be very helpful as I go and create some of my own squeeze pages.



Rob January 17, 2011 at 4:47 am

Hi, just thought I’d let you know that I’m giving away a totally free and very attractive wordpress squeeze page which think your readers may appreciate.

It can be downloaded here: Free Wordpress Squeeze Page



Mike Sweeney January 29, 2011 at 11:01 am


Thanks for putting the squeeze page into simple terms and context. You always give great tips and help. Always appreciated especially for the non techies.

Mike Sweeney – TSA


Darlene Davis February 20, 2011 at 1:10 pm

You have the knack for bringing a tool out just when I need it. Thanks for another excellent tutorial. I’m on my way to learning how to use it now!


Bryce Woodard February 27, 2011 at 5:23 pm

Just checking out your blog. You came in number one ahead of Ty. Really nice blog and a ton of good content.

Will look into WP spire. I have a squeeze page function with my wordpress theme, but have just started trying it.

Keep posting great stuff and congrats on having the best MLM blog.


Linda G. Cox March 14, 2011 at 5:49 pm

I purchased this from Spire back in September when you first posted it. At that time, I hadn’t decided my niche (even though you were encouraging me to recognize my purpose in my circumstance). Now I know what I’m doing, it will just be a matter of time before I’ll be following the information you have provided in this post.
Thank you,


Alamin March 24, 2011 at 9:55 am

Kim, Do you have any free solution for this?


Kimberly Castleberry March 24, 2011 at 11:24 pm

Alamin, to the best of my knowledge there is nothing comparable in the free category or I would have wrote about it. We wish there was!


Theuns April 6, 2011 at 4:35 pm

Hi Kim

I am so great full i become friend of you Via TSA and your blog
and i am part of you AR that you send out.

I do not have a S-Page on my blog yet but in the coming month or 2 with your help via this blog i will be able to setup my own .

we just become friend on skype today so i love to talk to you .

make it a great day



Debbie April 17, 2011 at 7:10 am

Hi Kim,

Do you know what I love about your site? I don’t have to think when I get here. Your information is so valuable, I don’t hesitate to make decisions. I purchased WP Spire.

I can’t tell you the number of ‘free squeezepage’ stuff I have on my computer. But they are just to overwhelming to tackle. You can’t be a serious marketer without putting up serious squeeze pages and sales pages.

In Gratitude,
Debbie Lattuga


Andy Nathan April 22, 2011 at 10:17 am


This is why you rock! I have been looking for a WP squeeze page for a new product coming up in May/June. This is perfect! Thanks!



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