Let’s talk about Information…
Tim Ferriss’ book titled, “Tools of Titans,” featured the founder of CD Baby, Derek Sivers.
Sivers quoted, “If [more] information was the answer, then we’d all be millionaires with perfect abs”…
While the quote is hilarious, it holds so much truth!
What if information was the key to earning more money in your Sales Funnels?
It turns out, we found that Active Users of ClickFunnels that have been around longer than a month typically make 41% more sales on their sales funnels when they incorporate a membership site with continuity. (Figures found with averages, results are not typical)
So are you an expert with something to teach? (if not, get Russell’s book “Expert Secrets” and find out how you can monetize on the simple information you have in your mind right now!)
Membership sites are a key component to engaging a community past the point of the sale,
If you’ve been watching the changes ClickFunnels has been making to our User Onboarding, then you’re probably aware of our CookBook Marketplace where we can accurately pair your business with a “Best Performing” funnel.
These funnels are either free or paid, and typically the paid funnels come with better assets, cool graphics, patterns, designs and so much value that they’re a screaming deal.
While you’re here, I want to introduce you to some of the top-selling Funnel Designers in our CookBook Marketplace:
- “Top Earner” Chris Murray: (71 transactions)
- Blake Nubar: (145 transactions)
- Charles Robinson: (204 transactions)
These users are killing it in our marketplace right now, and if you pay close attention to their templates, you’ll see exactly why!
If you’re planning on listing your “Winning-Funnel” on the Marketplace,
Having just returned from the first ever Clickfunnels Design-a-thon, I’m greatly inspired to bring you some tiny design tweaks that make a BIG difference in the professionalism and style of your funnels.
One of the biggest takeaways from the event was to remember that in all things funnel, you want to focus on MACRO changes first if traffic isn’t converting. This means focusing on the OFFER, then the COPY, and then the AUDIENCE.
But assuming you’ve got those things in the bag and dialed in, here are some top tiny tips from 30 of the most talented funnel designers who just spent 2 days designing new funnels for the new Clickfunnels Marketplace coming soon. These are all super easy to implement, take about five seconds, and help fugly funnels look a whole lot better.
#1 Left Justified Non-Full Width Buttons
Everyone does centered buttons all the time.
It’s hard to describe just how important a good product description is. It needs to appeal to readers, and show them just how much they need your product. Simply describing your product and what it does isn’t good enough If you need help with your descriptions, you’re in the right place. These 9 steps will help you get the perfect product descriptions written for your online store. Follow these and watch that conversion grow.
1. Define your audience, and write for them
The first thing to do before you write anything is to decide who your audience is. Product descriptions don’t work when you decide your audience is ‘anyone’. People are all different, and want different things. For example, a single man won’t have any interest in baby products. This is why you need to work out who your audience.
Everyone has been submitting funnels to the ClickFunnels Marketplace! It’s great to see all the great funnels being submitted. In this post, we’ll cover how to create a funnel that will sell on the marketplace!
Before we begin we have to understand this the world’s first funnel marketplace, which means to be approved you need to provide a functioning funnel. This could be an email opt-in funnel or a complicated Webinar + Sales Funnel.
While it may make sense to offer clean and functioning funnels, some often overlook the small details. To make sure your funnel gets approved clean up your pages, make the goal on each page very clear. Write captivating and informative headlines that are clear on what to do for that page.