Before you hit “GO!” on your funnel…And no, there isn’t ACTUALLY a “go” button…Use this checklist to make sure you’ve got everything you need for a smooth sail into the market.
This means you should do this for the entire funnel, not just individual steps
- Upload a favicon image that represents the funnel.
To do this, upload a photo into your media library in Clickfunnels. Then temporarily place it on the page, and simply COPY the URL that populates in the image field.
Then delete the photo (don’t worry, the link will stay active). Paste that link into the favicon area.
- Make sure you have a pixel or tracking code in the funnel if you’re using paid advertising (like Facebook or Google).
If you’re new to Clickfunnels, you might feel overwhelmed (understatement most likely). It’s normal and natural to feel this way because funnel building is actually an entire suite of tasks, not just one simple task. The art of funnelbuilding includes:
…so consider this permission from an Expert Funnelbuilder…it’s okay if you feel overwhelmed!
Today’s post is the first one in a series, and is going to help you work through the new FunnelBuilder Menu when you click the yellow button “BUILD NEW FUNNEL”.
The Menu bar on the left is meant to help you narrow down what kind of funnel you might like to build.
Have you heard the good word?!
You can register your domains now through ClickFunnels! How awesome is that?!
To do so, simply go into your SETTINGS > and choose DOMAINS.
Then you can hit the GREEN button and add a domain into your account with just a few clicks. Your first year is free, on us, and then it’s $20 a year.
ClickFunnels is growing and providing our customers with more and more convenience to help make your life easier! We want to cut out as many middlemen as possible! Your business should not be strangled by other programs and platforms.
So, we’ve made it so you don’t need to operate with another hosting site to integrate your domains with ClickFunnels! Just skip the middleman and go through ClickFunnels!
There’s nothing worse than a GORGEOUS funnel page that is completely unoptimized for mobile. Remember that over 50% of traffic is now mobile, so we should all be thinking about MOBILE first, desktop second. So to that end, I’d like to give you a few tips on how to style your pages.
Understand the mobile experience is one VERTICAL list
This means all those fancy columns and lists don’t render on mobile the way they do on desktop. When you’re working in the Power Editor, any blue columns will stack. Here’s an example of a blue column on desktop…
…and here’s the mobile version.
It’s not horrible right? But it’s clear that this design was not designed for mobile first, but rather second. So there are a few ways you can deal with this!