Review: Premium Squeeze Page Templates

In today’s review, we take a look at Premium Squeeze Page Templates, which is – you guessed it – a collection of squeeze page templates. There is more to this package than initially meets the eye, however and in the following review and accompanying videos, I want to show you exactly what you can expect from this product and also give you some examples and walkthroughs for how to use the templates.


Read on to get the full details.


Name: Premium Squeeze Page Templates
Creator: Welly Mulia, Adi Djohari
Medium: Templates
Price: $47


The Premium Squeeze Pages are templates that you can easily edit in a program like Kompozer and then upload to your server. Thanks to the templates, you can easily and quickly create beautifully styled and formatted squeeze- and sales-pages, with minimal editing (all you need to do is change the text and add in your autoresponder code).


Images/Impressions of the Squeeze Page Templates

Here are a few images and comments, so that you can get a better idea of what’s being offered.

First off, you get a wide range of templates:

Premium Squeeze Page Templates

The templates include several types of “classic” squeeze pages as well as video-squeeze pages in a total of 12 different designs. Each design is available in 5 different colors (black, blue, green, orange and red).

All of the designs are distinct and look good while still being generic. You can use all of the themes for any kind of niche.


Apart from the squeeze pages themselves, there are also several extras, including stylish opt-in forms:

Premium Squeeze Page Templates: Opt-in Forms


In total, seven different opt-in forms with five color variations each, are included.


You also get a collection of “buy-now-areas” like these:

Premium Squeeze Buy Now Areas


In addition, a wide range of graphics (buttons, arrows etc.) and even a very nice WordPress theme that allows you to prominently place and opt-in area front and center, are included.

All in all, the scope of the package is quite impressive and if you own the Premium Squeeze Page Templates, you probably won’t be finding yourself in need of marketing templates or graphics for quite a while.


Premium Squeeze Page Templates – Videos

To really see what this product is about, I think it’s best to use video. The following videos show off some of the templates in detail and also explain how to edit them.

Video 1:

Video 2:


Overall, I really like the Premium Squeeze Page Templates pack. All of the templates have a nice, high-quality look to them and the range of different styles and colors as well as the bonus graphics are excellent. If you are looking to build your list through several channels (i.e. more than just one squeeze page and one product), then I highly recommend you take a look at this product. If you won't be running several campaigns, then the package is a bit overkill, however the price is hard to argue with. Even just one custom designed template will cost you about the same or even more than this entire package. Click here to visit the Premium Squeeze Page Templates sales-page.   **UPDATE:** Get a $10 discount by going through this link. (Courtesy of the generous creators of the squeeze page templates).   Cheers,

About the Author Shane Melaugh

I'm the founder of ActiveGrowth and Thrive Themes and over the last years, I've created and marketed a dozen different software, information and SaaS products. Apart from running my business, I spend most of my time reading, learning, developing skills and helping other people develop theirs. On ActiveGrowth, I want to help you become a better entrepreneur and product creator. Read more about my story here.

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  • Welly Mulia says:

    Hi Shane,

    Thanks for taking the time and effort doing the detailed review. Appreciate that very much.

    You seem to have a natural talent in doing these kind of
    “how to” videos. Keep it up.

    Welly Mulia

    • Shane says:

      Thanks for your comment, Welly!

      • Orlando Batista says:

        Is premium sqeeze page good on Mac. Thanks for input.

      • Shane says:

        It’s platform independent, as it’s meant to run on websites. There are Mac HTML editors you can use to edit these templates, although I can’t tell you which ones are likely to be the best ones.

  • The pages do look pretty nice, but I do get turned off by the typical sales blather. $1410 value? Yeh, Right!

    The actual price of $47 does seem pretty fair though.

    • Shane says:

      I know what you mean. I think after a certain point, you’ve just seen too many sales-messages and they all seem too similar, so you kind of tune out.

      All that common stuff is simply what tends to be effective, which is why we see so much of it.

  • The link for $10 off isn’t working. Is this still a valid discount?

    • Shane says:

      He Jared,
      Thanks for the heads-up! I’ll get in touch with Welly and see that we can get it sorted out.

    • Welly Mulia says:

      It’s actually working.

      Shane’s link to the $10 discount should be:

      Shane made a mistake of inserting this url:


      • Shane says:

        Thanks! Can’t believe I got the wrong link, somehow. I fixed it in the post, as well.

  • Way cool, Shane! Do you know if Kompozer works on a Mac? Also, how do people find squeeze pages? It is a question of getting the page to rank or is there some other trick that helps the page get found?

    • Shane says:

      Thanks for your comment! Apparently, there is a Mac version of Kompozer. At least, according to the “” website.

      Squeeze pages are generally promoted “directly”, as they are very difficult to rank in Google (Google likes to see lots of related content…). In other words, people find squeeze pages through direct links in articles, e-mails etc.

      • Joan Stewart says:

        Thanks Shane,

        The explanation on how the squeeze page operates really got the “penny” to drop…takes awhile for some.

        Your video content is appreciated and will possibly assist me to make up my mind with regards to this offer.

      • Shane says:

        Glad to help! :)

  • Nice templates, and good video.
    Worthy of a collaboration, I might get in touch with them!
    Thanks again,

  • Tony says:

    Hey Shane

    Good recommendation, been looking for a solution on this for a couple of weeks but couldn’t cut through the hype

    The quality of these looks great, better than anything I can produce

    Thanks Tony

    • Shane says:

      Hey Tony,

      Thanks for your comment. Yeah, I’m very happy with these and I don’t know of any other templates offer with this much variety and quality.
      Real time-saver for me. Plus, it allows me to make pages that look like I know what I’m doing. :D


  • matina says:

    Hi Shane,
    Thanks for this presentation.
    Like other, I have been looking and lurking in order to find something decent, without much conviction.
    I will bookmark this, as I consider using SqueezePages in the future.
    Have a nice evening,

  • steve ekness says:

    Hi shane i purchased the premium templets and download the kompozer zip file and exstracted the files but can not get it going is there any place can help me


    • Shane says:

      Hi Steve,

      What exactly isn’t working? Something about the templates or something to do with Kompozer?

      If it’s the templates, get in touch with customer support ( If it’s Kompozer, a Google search will probably be the quickest way to find an answer (e.g. “Kompozer tutorials” or “how to do X with Kompozer”).

  • josep says:

    Great info on your videos , thx for sharing , it was very helpful !!

  • Marvin says:

    his is cool. Thanks! I do appreciate these as I am new to it. I am trying to use Optimise Press right now as a start,..wha do you think about it?

    • Shane says:

      Optimize Press is a very good, WordPress based solution.

  • Steve says:

    Is it possible to post articles to these templates? I would like to have a main landing page (ie., your templates) and then post articles, ads, etc using Market Samurai. Would this be possible?

    • Joe says:

      Shane: It appears that the only thing “wordpress” with this product is a single WP theme that’s thrown in with the graphics package. Is this correct?

      I would be interested to know if these templates are static pages and are not WP themes.

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