Most people dislike filling up forms. When you need to fill in a form, give away your details or when you need to give your private information, it’s understandable that the majority would like to avoid doing this task.
If you’re on the receiving end of the form, you’ll find it a pain. So, it only makes sense for marketers to design the form in such a way as to lessen the sense of dread in filling out forms.
There are many things you can add to your form, but the most important thing to do when optimising order forms is to consider User Experience.
And with the new ClickFunnels 2.0 Editor, customising your order form just got easier.
What You Can Add To Your Order Form
Add Verification Seals
Adding verification seals into your order form will assure your buyers that their information,
You’re ready to launch your product or promote a new version of your product. You’ve organised your sales funnel, sales letters, emails and you’ve got a great landing page. The next step is to get that traffic into your funnel and get those sales. There are many ways to get that traffic and convert it into sales. There are also a lot of creative ideas that won’t cost you much, but will get you your desired goal and more.
One of the ways to boost your sales, increase affiliates, or drive traffic to your sales funnel is by hosting an Affiliate Competition.
Affiliate competitions are great for:
- Product launches
- To increase the number of affiliates
- To increase sales
Hitting their competitive streak and offering incentives and rewards for a job well done is a good motivation to encourage your affiliates into promoting your product or service better.
With so much emphasis put on digital marketing, it’s rather easy to ignore the principles of print advertising.
No funnel hacker should be so quick to dismiss the power of print without understanding how it makes your leads tick.
The following four print strategies can be implemented to help increase customer engagement and make your funnel seem larger than life.
News flash: print media is far from dead.
Sure, while mediums such as direct mail have steadily been on the decline in the face of digital marketing, it’d be foolish to ignore a multi-billion-dollar industry that’s still booming in certain verticals.
While it may seem natural for funnel hackers to harness the power of free advertising via avenues such as blogging and social media,
So you’ve created your funnel, set up your autoresponders and created a killer email drip campaign. But if you have traffic that leaves a lot to be desired, then all this would go to waste.
You can rack your brain coming up with strategies to drive traffic, be it inbound or paid. There are a lot of ways to drive traffic into your funnel, but one of the most effective ways to drive traffic without exerting full-on effort (not to mention, cost) is Affiliate Marketing.
What is Affiliate Marketing?
Affiliate Marketing is a performance-based marketing where affiliates earn commissions from promoting brands, businesses or products. The more conversion to sales they make, the more commissions they earn. It’s a win-win strategy for marketers and even more so for your business.
Sure, once upon a time, you may have done some essay writing or creative writing in school.
But, because your conversions and your revenue rely on your content, this is a little different.
And plus, in the meantime, you’ve been busy launching brands, managing business processes, and a whole bunch more.
Those days of learning the ins and outs of writing can sometimes seem like they were forever ago.
So what do you do?
You could hire a dedicated copywriter.
Or you could sign up for a refresher class on writing.
By all means, these are acceptable choices that can help expand our brand.
But when it comes to our sales funnels, do we really need to spend all that time,