Is Dual Squeeze legit? What does “Dual Squeeze” even mean? In this Dual Squeeze review, you’ll learn all about Brian Winter’s latest product — and whether you should get it.
Dual Squeeze Review, Short Read
Dual Squeeze gives you free squeeze pages that you can use to build your email list. But here’s the catch: When someone who subscribes to your list joins Dual Squeeze and starts building their own list, THEIR subscribers will be added to YOUR list too.
How Dual Squeeze Works
Dual Squeeze is a product by Brian Winters, a well-known internet marketer. I like some of his products, such as CashBlurbs, while I dislike others.
Dual Squeeze is an interesting product. Basically, here is how it works:
When you join for free, you get a squeeze page that you can start using to build your list. This integrates with Aweber and Getresponse, so your subscribers can be added straight to your Aweber account.
The squeeze page has a 3-step funnel:
- The first squeeze page
- A second squeeze page with a video
- A landing page promoting Dual Squeeze
Let’s say that you promote the squeeze page to your list. Sally joins, enters her email address on the first page, enters her email address on the second page, and then signs up for a Dual Squeeze account. Sally then goes ahead and promotes her own free squeeze page by sending traffic to it from her blog or by buying solo ads. Joe clicks on one of her ads.
When Joe enters his email on the first squeeze page, he will be added to Sally’s list. But when he enters his email on the second squeeze page, he will be added to YOUR list.
Basically, you will not only be able to build your list with a free squeeze page, but your subscribers will build YOUR list for you.
In other words, you get to put your own squeeze page in someone else’s funnel. Pretty cool.
The Pro Membership
If you are a pro member, which costs $1 for the first 7 days and $27 a month afterwards, you get additional perks:
- You get to add your JVZoo link to the third step of the funnel so that you can earn commission from Dual Squeeze
- You get to remove the third step of the funnel if you want to
- You get to add a fourth step to the funnel, where you redirect your subscribers to any affiliate link you want to
- You get to customize the first squeeze page by adding your own text and colors
- You get to create unlimited squeeze pages (useful if you want to build different email lists)
My Problem With Dual Squeeze
My problem with this whole setup is that when Joe enters his email list on the second squeeze page and gets added to your list, he has no idea that he is getting added to your list. He never heard about you before, and all of a sudden he will start getting emails from you, and he won’t know why. He might mark your emails as spam or never open them. I truly hate it when I get added to multiple lists at once myself.
What you need to do is to send a welcome email explaining to Joe how he got on your list and who you are. Then, you have to remind him of that in a series of follow up emails. You may also want to create an entirely separate list than your usual one for this, because the subscribers on this list will probably be less responsive.
So, Is Dual Squeeze Legit or a Scam? Can It Really Be True?
Yes, Dual Squeeze is totally legit. It is quite an interesting idea, and if you have a large list consisting of internet marketers who build lists themselves, then you will be able to start building massive lists by getting other people to build your own list on autopilot. For example, let’s say you get only 100 subscribers, and each subscriber gets an average of 10 of their own subscribers, you will be left with an extra 1,000 subscribers by doing nothing! However, I recommend setting up a separate list for this and not using it to build your usual list.
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