Does a form page act the same as a squeeze page?

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I want to start doing some squeeze pages but am not sure if the form page here acts in the same way? It doesn't look like there is very much I can customize such as what I want the opt in button to say. Can I have the info provided sent directly to an email server?
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Laura7284,

Sitebuilder forms aren't really set up to make a good opt-in. Further, our email system is not an email marketing program. I would look at an email marketing program like emailbrain. They can create nice opt-in forms for you to place on the site in an HTML box, and then you will automatically have your lists updated by opt-ins and opt-outs.

Be sure to look at building a squeeze page. If you don't have sufficient content, Google will penalize your page rank. Do a search for building a squeeze page or something similar.

Drew

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