Getting visitors to engage with you and your brand while in your sales funnel is a very effective way to make them want to buy your product, and indeed, the upsells. But how can you get the visitors to engage with you and your brand?
Customer engagement is one of the wonders of modern technology and sales funnels.
Long gone are the days when you just poured in leads from the other end of the funnel and hoped they would go all the way through to the purchase.
And in those days, you wouldn’t even think about interacting with the customer after they’ve made the purchase, because what would the point be in that?
I’m glad and excited to see that those days are finally completely over when it comes to marketing,
The ClickFunnels Marketplace aims to be your destination for ready-to-go funnels that you can quickly customize and use for your business. We’re always looking for the highest quality designs to provide the best possible value to our customers.
As soon as a Seller submits a funnel into their Seller Dashboard, they then have the option to request a review before they can begin selling it. Once done so, a member of our team will be notified and then we can begin the review process for the funnel. During this process we comb through everything throughout the funnel to make sure it is fit to be listed for sale in the Marketplace.
The unfortunate truth about the review process is that not everything can be Approved for listing in the Marketplace. So, lets take a few moments to go over some of the critical main points we look for during the review process that can get a funnel declined a listing.
In this 2016 election cycle, Donald Trump has surprised many with his fast rise from a “joke” candidate to the Republican front-runner. He’s been acquiring a sizable base and substantial donations with his online funnels, and that success merits taking a closer look at his marketing strategy.
In 2007, the Obama campaign did something no other had done before “…by bolting together social networking applications under the banner of a movement, they created an unforeseen force to raise money, organize locally, fight smear campaigns and get out the vote that helped them topple the Clinton machine and then John McCain and the Republicans.” (Source: New York Times).
Obama repeated his online success in the 2012 election, “On Facebook, Obama’s page acquired 31 million likes versus Romney’s page with 11 million likes; on Twitter,
YouTube has more than a billion registered users who generate billions of views by watching hundreds of millions of hours of videos on YouTube. And that’s per day.
Many people have experienced far better results with YouTube than traditional forms of search and social media advertising, due to higher initial costs and less competition on the platform.
Of course, you can avoid the initial costs completely by making the video advertisement yourself, but many companies go with a freelancer or video company to start with a foot up in the competition.
But how can you get started with YouTube advertising if you’ve never advertised before?
The Beginning – Creating A Video
When you start out with YouTube advertising, the very first thing you’re going to need is well,
Webinars have become a huge deal for companies and entrepreneurs marketing their products over the internet, but you all knew that, which is why you’re reading this article about why they became popular, right?
To better understand the reasons behind webinars gaining such a reputation as an effective selling method, we must first take a brief look at what webinars actually are, as well as dive into the process of planning and executing a successful webinar.
What Is A Webinar
Webinar comes from the phrase web based seminar, which makes sense, since a webinar literally is a seminar that someone hosts and shares with an audience over the internet.
You can find webinars that teach you real estate investing, you can find webinars that talk about baseball and you can find webinars that merely try to sell their product or service to you.