Hello and welcome to video number four.
In this specific video you're going to be finalizing all of your pages.
Now before we jump in and start doing this, I want to talk briefly about a few important things.
For example the sales page; the file name of the sales page needs to be "index.html" or "index.htm" -- and the reason being is when you upload the files later on when the browser reads the directory, the folder, and so forth; when it sees "index.html" then it's going to go straight to that file.
So your sales page needs to be this, and if that doesn't really make a whole lot of sense, don't worry, just follow me step by step and you'll get there.
The thank you page: make sure that it is not named "thankyou.html" or "thanks.html" -- or anything with the word "thanks" unless it has a lot of numbers and things that make it hard for somebody to guess.
This is more of a protection step that you can take to protect your download files, because you're going to have people out there who will guess and try to guess, and get your product for free.
So you want to make it a little more difficult, you can put thanks.34609762098*@& and stuff like that.
And also what we need to do is we need to insure that you have all of your content files (links) on your thank you page; and I'm going to show you how to do all of this in just a minute.
And also another thing to think about is, do you want to add bonus offers or related products to cross-sell other offers.
Because you've got to realize that the thank you page is prime real estate, and what I mean by that is -- you can actually sell other related items or get people to sign up to a related product squeeze page and so forth.
So with that said, let me go ahead and find a product, and I'll show you exactly what you need to do to finalize your pages and your content.
Okay, so in this example, I'm going to be choosing a video course on how to edit graphics.
So basically graphics 101, and as we can see here we have nine different videos -- so what we want to do (and what I recommend you do) is to simply create a folder.
so right now I'm using windows, if you're using a Mac obviously do whatever you need to do to create a new folder.
So I'm going to create a new folder, and I'm going to call this JvzooUploads.
And what I want to do is to simply upload my "index.html" files, my sales letters, my thank you page, and my content files.
So for you, you might have videos, you might have ebooks, and so forth. Now the easiest way to go about doing this is to zip your files up.
So figure out which files you want, and then zip them up.
So in this case, I have nine different files here that I have zipped up, and these are video files, and what I want to do is just to cut those -- so as you saw earlier, what I did was highlight these, and then right click, cut or copy, and then just copy these over to here.
So paste; and there we go, so we got the nine videos here.
Now I want to access my thank you page and my sales page; and they're located here, so I'm going to highlight these and copy these; and now I'm going to go back to that folder that we just created and I'm going to paste that here.
So in this case, this is my "index.html" sales page, and my "thankyou.html" page. Now obviously earlier I said -- do not name it "thankyou.html" or "thanks.html" so on this case I like to just add a bunch of numbers and so forth, and so forth. So once that's done, I have my files here.
So I'd say the easiest way is just to put your zip files in the same folder as your "index.html" folder. Now if you have a lot more of these files, then you might want to categorize them and create different folders, and organize them and so forth; but in this case we're going to keep it simple.
Okay, so now what I want to do is just to open these up, just so that we can see what we're dealing with.
Okay so this is the sales page, as we can see, and we have a button here but we can always replace that with the Jvzoo button.
And the thank you page here, this is what it looks like; so we want to do is to make these into links. We want to link the zip files to each one of these, and I'm going to show you how to do all of this.
In order to do this, you're going to need to have a web editing tool called Kompozer. Now you can use any web editing tool that you want to, but in this case I'm going to be using Kompozer because it's free and it's easy to use.
Okay so go to google and type in "Kompozer" and this is it -- so simply click on this.
Now the reason why I recommend this is because it is available for many different operating systems, so if you click on Download at the top here, you're going to see that it is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.