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What Does A ClickFunnels Sales Funnel Look Like?

What does a ClickFunnels sales funnel look like?

Now that’s a great question to ask…

So in this post I’m going to not only show you but also explain the process…

Just so you have a great concept of what a funnels is capabale of.

And prior to starting?

Make sure you read all the way until the end…

As I’ll reveal you an excellent way to save money using ClickFunnels.

(it works for both new and ClickFunnels customers too)

What Does A ClickFunnels Sales Funnel Look Like?

So it’s an overall simple process…

And you can make it as complex as you’d like it to be.

Here is a picture of what an average sales funnel just might look like:

So let’s break down each section here.

Squeeze Page

There is generally the first initial step (unless you don’t want to use it)…

But this is where you capture leads to build up your email list.

Down below is an example of a few squeezes templates from ClickFunnels.

Let’s move onto the next area.

Sales Page

This is where the magic takes place…

As the visitor gets to see what the product (or offer) you have for them.

I’m sure you’ve seen these a million times before…

And if you’re still not sure of what I’m talking about.

Onto the next action of the funnel next.

Order Form

Plain and simple…

This is where the visitor enters their information to buy the offer.

This is likewise the house of order bumps (which is an excellent earnings multiplier).

Down below is an example of both an order form and an order bump.

RELATED: How to setup a ClickFunnels order bump.

Here is another excellent earnings multiplier.

OTO Pages

OTO is referred to as a one time offer…

And ClickFunnels offers the capability to do 1 click upsells.

This allows a lot easier purchase procedure for your customers…

All while allowing you to make more money (once again).

You can see an example of an OTO page in the image above.

RELATED: Have several one time offers with ClickFunnels.

Alright 2 more steps remaining.

Order Confirmation

I never understood how important this page was before ClickFunnels…

But this does a lot of handy things:

  • Let’s your customers know what they bought and where it is.
  • Allows you to praise them for purchasing the items they picked up.
  • You can link out to relevant webinars, offers, trainings, or anything else you like.

Remember…

That when customers can easily find and access their purchases?

That you will get a a ton less messages to your help desk.

And lastly?

Thank You Pages

As expected…

These are the actual pages that hold the downloads.

  • You may have one thank you page.
  • You may have 2 thank you pages.
  • Heck you may even have 47 of them.

It simply depends on the number of offers you have in your sales funnel.

RELATED: Thank you page optimization methods and suggestions.

However at the end of the day?

That’s what a typical sales funnel can look like.

Here’s a video in case you’re more of a visual individual.

And now onto the very best part of the post.

How To Save On ClickFunnels

Now here’s the cool part about ClickFunnels:

  • There’s a little-known way to save money using it.

So getting straight to the point:

I imagine that you will find this post very helpful…

Especially if you intend on utilizing ClickFunnels for the long term.

Thanks for stopping by and reading this post…

I hope I answered your question of:

What does a ClickFunnels sales funnel look like?

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