I'm trying to understand the difference between a squeeze page and a landing page.
As far as I know a landing page is usually a graphically attractive page, often with most of the content above the fold, with a clear call to action button for the visitor to buy the product, and other sales copy.
On the other hand squeeze pages are usually more in the format of a letter from the seller directly to the visitor, often very long pages that require lots of scrolling, and include things like testimonials, videos, images, etc. Most of the definitions I've seen of squeeze pages say that the main aim of a squeeze page is to collect email addresses.
So far so good, a landing page aims to get the sale while a squeeze page aims to get the contact details.
So then, what would these pages classify as?
Clearly they have many features of a squeeze page, the personal tone, the signature of the seller and letter style etc. However it seems that here they are wanting to close the sale rather than just collect emails.