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What Does A ClickFunnels Sales Funnel Look Like?

What does a ClickFunnels sales funnel look like?

Awesome question.

So in this post I’m going to show you and also explain the process…

Just so you have a great idea of what a funnels is all about.

And before we begin?

Make sure you read all the way until the end…

As I’ll show you a great way to save on ClickFunnels.

(it works for both new and ClickFunnels users too)

What Does A ClickFunnels Sales Funnel Look Like?

So it’s actually pretty simple…

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

Down below is an example of what a typical ClickFunnels sales funnel looks like:

What Does A ClickFunnels Sales Funnel Look Like

So let’s break down each section here.

Squeeze Page

There is usually the first initial step (unless you don’t need it)…

But this is where you capture leads so that you can build your list.

Here is an example of a squeeze page when it comes to the golf niche.

Let’s move onto the next section.

Sales Page

This is where the magic happens…

As the visitor gets to see what the product (or offer) is all about.

I’m sure you’ve seen these before…

If not?

Onto the next step of the funnel next.

Order Form

Plain and simple…

This is where the visitor enters their information to invest in the offer.

This is also the home of order bumps (which is a great profit multiplier).

Here is another great profit maximizer.

OTO Pages

OTO is referred to as a one time offer…

And ClickFunnels offers the ability to do 1 click upsells.

This allows a much easier buying process for your customers…

All while allowing you to make more money in the process as well.

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

RELATED: Have multiple one time offers with ClickFunnels.

Alright two more steps.

Order Confirmation

I never knew how important this page was before ClickFunnels…

But this does a lot of helpful things:

  • Let’s your customers know what they purchased and where to download it.
  • Allows you to congratulate them for investing in the products they picked up.
  • You can also link to relevant webinars, offers, trainings, or anything else you like.

Keep in mind…

That when customers can easily find and access their purchases?

That you will get a helluva lot less messages to your customer support.

And last but not least?

Thank You Pages

As expected…

These are the actual pages that hold the downloads.

  • You may have one thank you page.
  • You might have two thank you pages.
  • Heck you might even have four of them.

It’s all dependent on how many offers you have in your sales funnel.

RELATED: Thank you page optimization strategies and tips.

But 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 person.

And now onto the best part of the post.

How To Save On ClickFunnels

Now here’s the cool part about ClickFunnels:

You can save a ton of money using it.

And the reason why?

Not many people know about what I’m going to show you.

So without any further ado?

I think you’ll find that post very helpful…

Especially if you plan on using 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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