Welcome back! In this article, we'll explore a method that's perfect for those who don't have a WordPress website.

You'll learn how to create a free landing page using Google Sites, Google Forms, and Google Sheets. By the end of this tutorial, you'll be equipped to collect contact details from your target audience and build a highly profitable niche audience for affiliate marketing.

Step 1: Choose Your Niche

Just like in our previous video, the first step is to choose a niche that resonates with you. For this demonstration, we'll select the fitness niche. Remember, success in affiliate marketing often starts with giving something valuable for free.

Step 2: Offer Something of Value

To attract your target audience, provide something of high value for free. In this example, we're offering a downloadable PDF titled “Secret Weight Loss Ritual to Burn Belly Fat While You Sleep.” You can obtain such PDFs from sources like Amazon Kindle.

Step 3: Create a Squeeze Page with Google Sites

Visit sites.google.com to start creating your squeeze page. Customize your Google site's title to make it catchy and appealing to your niche audience. Embed a Google Form that you'll create in the next step to collect visitor information.

Step 4: Customize Your Google Form

Go to forms.google.com and create a simple form to gather visitor names, email addresses, and WhatsApp numbers. You can begin with a template for contact information and rename it to suit your niche. Customize the form to your liking, ensuring it's tailored to your audience's needs.

Step 5: Link Your Google Form to Google Sheets

Head to the “Responses” tab in your Google Form and click on the “Link to Sheets” button. This will automatically store contact details in a Google Sheets document for easy access and organization.

Step 6: Add a Catchy Google Site

Return to your Google Sites tab and make sure your website's title is catchy and relevant to your niche. Then, embed the Google Form you've created into your site. You can also add additional elements to make your landing page engaging and visually appealing.

Step 7: Include Suffixes for Audience Segmentation

To better organize your audience, consider adding suffixes to contact names. This step is particularly useful when you're working with multiple niches. Suffixes help you segregate your audience effectively.

Step 8: Automate the Process with “Contact Suffixer”

For an automated approach to adding suffixes, you can use software like “Contact Suffixer.” This tool simplifies the task of appending suffixes to contact names, making it efficient and convenient.

Step 9: Export Your Contacts

Once you've added suffixes to your contacts, you can export them from Google Sheets. Choose the CSV format, which is universally compatible, making it easy to import contacts into various devices and applications.

Step 10: Making Money with Your Contacts

Now that you've collected contact details from your target audience, you might wonder how to monetize this valuable asset.

We'll dive into various ways to leverage these contacts for affiliate marketing in upcoming videos. Stay tuned for more insights on maximizing your affiliate marketing efforts.

By following these steps, you've successfully created a free landing page to collect contact details and set the stage for building a highly profitable niche audience for affiliate marketing.

If you're eager to explore the potential of your contacts, be sure to check out our upcoming videos for actionable strategies for monetizing your audience.

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