LeadPages vs ClickFunnels 2018: Winner, ClickFunnels

Things like building a website and creating an email opt in form were foreign, and without CSS or design knowledge, many of our very first site pages were bare bones – to say the least…

As LeadPages continued to expand by increasing their client-base and growing their team, they started adding to the many features and benefits available.

A couple of years into us using the software they launched LeadBoxes, a code builder that would allow you to insert a light box pop up within a page or post, like this:

This was incredible because it allowed for email opt in’s and conversions on your own website without your potential subscriber ever having to leave the page.

While LeadPages was getting the job done, we were ready to start customizing the look and feel of our funnels so that our opt in and landing pages didn’t look like every other opt in and landing page you see on the Internet.

After experiencing the backend of ClickFunnels thanks to their 2 week free trial and seeing the layout and organization capabilities – in addition to the tracking and page customization options – we were sold.

offers you tons of templates and recommendations for how to set up your pages, but it also lets you choose exactly how you want your page laid out and designed – without any knowledge of CSS or design.

What ClickFunnels offers us that LeadPages doesn’t is a higher level of organization and flexibility with the same ease-of-use. In addition, ClickFunnels has an affiliate platform, which is something we’ve been thinking about switching over for months now (we currently use Infusionsoft).

The purpose of this comparison is to help you understand the reasons why we chose ClickFunnels so that if you happen to be deciding which one is best for you, you can learn from our experiences over the past four years using both platforms.

If you’re reading this post, then you already know the importance of a platform; regardless of whether you’re creating a blog, a podcast, a video channel, a product, a service – anything – a platform is required.

Source LeadPages vs ClickFunnels 2017: Winner, ClickFunnels | EOFire

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How to Build a Sales Funnel That Converts

What Is a – A sales funnel is a system for turning regular ol’ people into raving fans who can’t wait to buy your product.

When I was trying to sell my iPhone apps, I had no system for capturing attention and making people fall in love with my products.

It was like shouting into a void: Selling my course was a different story. Thanks to the sales funnel I built, it looked like this:

By the time I was closing sales, every single one of those people had been through a series of stages designed to qualify them as prospects and warm them up to the sale.

Let’s talk about those.   Do a Google image search for “sales funnel” and you’ll get a bunch of diagrams .

Most of these make sense—your funnel starts by generating awareness for your product (or the problem it solves), then captures leads who are interested in a solution, guides them toward making a purchasing decision, and finally allows them to take action and buy.

By itself, that information is a little hard to take action on.

So let’s take a look at what you actually need to build at each stage in order to move people from one stage to the next.

Think of the awareness stage as the point where people first hear about your business or product. This usually happens when: Another website links to you Your business shows up in a search result on Google

People see an advertisement you create Someone mentions you on a podcast

A happy client tells other people how much they loved working with you

The bottom line is that awareness happens when you get your stuff in front of people in places where they hang out.

Once people become aware of your business, they have the option to express interest.

That might mean: Clicking on a link to your website from one of their favorite blogs Clicking an ad in their Facebook feed Checking out your Twitter page after someone retweets you Looking up your website after a friend tells them about it, Once someone enters the Interest stage, your goal should be to capture that interest by getting them to sign up for your email list.

That way, you have the ability to contact them in the future and continue nudging them through your funnel.

Your goal is to present interested prospects with a compelling offer that makes them decide whether they will become a customer or not.

Basically, this is your sales process, and there are tons of different ways to get here.

You might: Send them a series of emails designed to warm them up to the sale .

Send them to a long-form sales page that taps into their emotional needs and explains the benefits of your product .

Get them to register for a webinar where you pitch your product

Get them to book a phone call where you pitch your services .

The Action  happens once someone decides to purchase your product.

Think of it as the purchasing experience—the checkout page, ordering process, shopping cart, booking form, etc.

In each sales funnel stage, you should have two goals:

Identify the people who are ready to move to the next stage (and convince them to do so) Identify the people who are not ready to move to the next stage, so you can continue nurturing them until they are ready.

Before you start thinking about what you’ll need to create for each of the sales funnel stages, it’s important to answer questions:

What will my funnel sell?

What’s the best way to sell that product?

Where will my funnel get qualified traffic from?

There is basically an infinite number of things you can combine to create your funnel. Getting crystal clear on answers to these questions will help you dramatically simplify the process of figuring out what yours needs.

Let’s start with Question 1. For some, the answer to this question will be obvious. You have one product, you know people like it, you just want to sell more of it.

If that’s the case, awesome! Skip ahead to Question .

BUT…if you sell more than one product (or offer more than one service), it’s important to figure out exactly what you want your funnel to sell.

For example, if you’re a web designer, don’t just create a funnel built around a vague idea like “selling web design.

” Build a funnel designed to sell a specific service you offer.

Ask yourself questions like:

What’s my most popular service?

Which service do I enjoy doing the most?

Which service usually leads to lots of future work?

Which service is the easiest for me to sell to people?

If you’re selling a product instead of a service the questions might look like:

What’s my most popular product?

Which product usually leads to future purchases?

Which product is the easiest to sell?

Which products have the best margins?

For most businesses, your sales funnel should be designed to sell one thing.

However, there are exceptions. It probably wouldn’t make much sense, for example, for an online clothing store that sells 300 different products to make a sales funnel for each individual item.

But it would make sense to make one for a certain category of items.

Designing a sales funnel to sell more superhero t-shirts would be much easier (and likely more effective) than designing one to achieve a vague outcome like “sell more clothes.

Get specific! Every sales funnel builds up to a pitch, but that pitch can happen in a variety of different places/formats.

If you run an eCommerce store that sells t-shirts, the answer is probably pretty easy—people buy the shirt on the product pages in your online store.

If you sell high-end coaching services, you probably have the easiest time convincing people to buy in a high-touch setting like a phone call or a webinar.

If you sell software, people probably buy most frequently from your pricing page. If you sell a course, a long-form sales page might be the way to go.

Once you know the answer, the objective for your funnel becomes a little more clear: get qualified traffic to reach that sales mechanism.

Which brings us to Question 3.

When most people think about building their first funnel, they start thinking they have to go out and find a bunch of new traffic for it. Wrong! The best thing you can do is start with the traffic you already have.

Do you already have a website? Is it getting traffic? (It’s okay if it’s only a little bit.) Congrats! You already have people in the Interest stage of your funnel!

And congrats again if you’ve already gotten some of them to sign up for your email list—those interested prospects will be even better leads.

The best thing you can do is start building a funnel that will capture those interested people and move them along to the next stage.

When you’re first getting into building sales funnels, I almost always recommend starting with existing traffic sources like this. It’s the easiest way to get started and learn the process.

Think of your traffic options this way:

Existing web traffic Email list subscribers Generate new traffic organically through methods like SEO, guest posting, social media, etc.

Buy traffic with ads Partner with other people and get them to send you their traffic

There are more methods for finding qualified traffic for your funnel, but these are the main ones we’re going to discuss in the rest of this post.

Raise your hand if you have ever overcomplicated something? *raising my hand* Not too long ago, I was banging my head against the wall for 3 weeks straight trying to get a membership site for my company.

I was super pumped about it, but the technology side of it was a massive pain in the butt.

After spending more than 3 weeks trying to get the dumb thing up and running,

I took a step back and asked myself: “Self, how can you simplify this?” .. .

EPIPHANY!! . .. Instead of trying to go super fancy in the beginning I decided to make the entire membership site one page… I couldn’t figure out the payment system. So I made it free.

I couldn’t figure out a caching plugin conflict.

So I disabled it. I couldn’t decide on a design for my subpages.

So I got rid of the sub pages.

A couple hours after I made those decisions, the site was nearly done.

After 21 days of working on the site I had barely made progress.

After simplifying, it was ready to go the next day.

I would make it more fancy later.

For now, simple. Complicated has its place, but mostly it’s just a form of procrastination.

Sales funnels are the same way. You can make them infinitely complex. Upsells Downsells Cross sells Drip campaigns Or, you could just ask your customer to buy your product! Sometimes, you just need to simplify.

That’s why I want to show you a good mix of both simple and more complicated sales funnel templates below.

I’ve rated the degree of difficulty of each one on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the most difficult/time-intensive.

I’ve also included some prerequisites you should have before implementing each one. Let’s go.

Degree of Difficulty: 1 out of 5

Traffic Source: Any existing traffic your website is getting Buffer is a social media scheduling/calendar software tool with a popular blog that gets just over 750,000 readers each month.

They have a very simple call to action on the sidebar of their blog.

In fact, it’s the only thing on the sidebar at all.

It is also a sticky widget. So as you scroll down the page it goes with you.

The copy is plain and easy to understand: TRY. OUR. PRODUCT. By the time someone has clicked on a link to their blog, they’ve already moved from the Awareness stage to the Interest stage.

The sidebar widget captures that interest and moves them straight to the the Decision stage:

When you click through the blog widget you are sent directly to a signup page.

No drip email campaign or free download. Just their product. Nice and simple.

Tips: I would recommend that you make sure the language on the landing page directly coincides with the call to action that the user originated from.

In this example, it is slightly confusing.

The user clicks a link to “Sign up” but the landing page came to asks them to “Log In.” The basic formula here is incredibly simple and you can apply it in many different ways.

Buffer does two things: Creates content that attracts people interested in digital marketing

Gives them a clear, simple call to action If you want to create a sales funnel for a low-cost product.

This formula can work really well.

Since the price is low, people don’t need an email sequence or lengthy sales pitch to convert them into customers.

The product just needs to be relevant to the people whose interest you captured with content.

Your Action Steps for Implementing This Sales Funnel:

Identify the pages on your website that are already getting steady traffic.

This is as simple as opening Google Analytics and going to Behavior > Site Content > Landing Pages.

Place a call to action for your product on that page.

Create a simple page that allows people to sign up for / purchase that product.

Expected Results: In the past, we’ve seen email signup forms in the sidebar of our blog convert at around 10%.

Since signing up for a Buffer account is free, it’s fair to think they might have achieved a similar conversion rate.

However, if you want to direct visitors to a paid product from the sidebar, you can probably expect a lower conversion rate.

If you have an existing sales page, start by seeing what the current conversion rate is.

By adding a sidebar link to that page, you’re essentially just sending it more warm traffic, so it’s not unreasonable to assume the conversion rate would stay relatively similar (depending on its current primary sources of traffic).

Degree of Difficulty: 2 out of 5

Traffic Source: Your blog Ever seen a lead magnet offered at the bottom of a blog post? It usually goes like this: Someone reads your blog post, enjoys it, and is offered a high-quality downloadable resource in exchange for their email address.

It’s a nice way to use a blog to grow your email list. But it’s not the best way. A content upgrade is this strategy on steroids.

Instead of offering the same generic lead magnet on every blog post, a content upgrade is a lead magnet you create specifically for one blog post, and it’s 100% related to the topic of that post.

Source How to Build a Sales Funnel That Automates Your Business


What You Need Know About Sales Funnel Management

                                                                       (Source: Julie Weishaar)

According to Stephen Esketzis before you even launch your , the number one priority you should focus on is building your customer avatar.

Finding out whom your ideal customer is that you want to sell to, is the key differentiator between building a sales funnel that converts, and one that doesn’t.

Sales funnel refers to the process that brings a customer from discovering your product or service to completing a purchase.

                                                                          (Source: Steve Patrizi)

This framework is useful because, by dissecting and better understanding the model, marketers and salespeople can more effectively map their strategies and influence outcomes.

Chances are, you’ve seen this theoretical construct depicted in any number of different ways.

The sales funnel definition and specifics can change quite a bit based on your source, and too many organizations have failed to clarify parameters internally.

A while back, Marketing Sherpa found that 68 percent of B2B organizations had not defined their own sales funnel.

“Funnels come in many forms. There are funnel cakes, those tasty deep-fried carnival treats sprinkled with sugar. There are funnel clouds — ominous precursors to tornados that reach down like tentacles from the sky. And then there are, of course, funnels themselves: tools used for guiding a liquid or substance into a small opening”.


We hear the term sales funnel thrown around often, but few can agree on the specifics of how it is comprised. It’s time to bring some clarity to the topic.

Source What is a Sales Funnel? Simplifying a Complex Subject | LinkedIn Sales Solutions

Jim Hopkins of Salesforce describes in detail how sales funnels is all about finding prospects who are ready to become paying customers in “Sales Funnel Management: Simplify By Cutting Steps, Not Corners”

According to Jim, Effective sales funnel management allows a company to optimize efficiency while reducing costs, in that it prevents time from being wasted on those prospects and leads that just aren’t quite ready to commit.

A sales funnel will also facilitate the tracking and gathering of important data, thanks to the well defined steps and levels within the funnel itself.

As a result, a prospect’s progress can easily be charted, and any problems or issues can be quickly localized, identified, and resolved.

This is done by following certain stages and steps, casting a wide net at the beginning, and slowly weeding out those who are unlikely to pay off, basically optimizing your sales funnel.

At the end of the funnel, your sales team is able to step in and focus their efforts only on those with the highest likelihood of completing a purchase.

“The sales funnel is basically nothing more than an attempt to visualize a concept in which qualified buyers are located and separated from the less-than qualified prospects around them”

When it comes to sales, success is all about finding prospects who are ready to become paying customers. Unfortunately, given the overall size of the potential customer pool, and the relative few prospects who are capable of completing the journey, it can be very difficult to identify the right people on which to focus your sales efforts. This is where the management of your sales funnel comes into play.

Source Sales Funnel Management: Simplify By Cutting Steps, Not Corners – Salesforce Blog

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How To Build A High Quality Sales Funnel To Increase Conversion Rate

Raghav Haran of singlegrain shares the steps you need to build a high quality marketing in “Step by Step Guide: How to Build a High Quality Marketing Funnel”

” For example, a new entrepreneur might buy lists off the Internet and then just hand them over to his salespeople. But an experienced marketer would take a more systematic approach.”

That’s why the most experienced marketers use marketing funnels. A funnel is a system or a model that guides a prospect from first becoming aware of a company to eventually becoming a paying customer and, eventually, an advocate for your business.

How to Build a High Quality Marketing Funnel


What matters is that you have a logical marketing strategy that holds everything together — a strategy that shows you exactly how your latest white paper is going to help you convert more leads into customers or how getting on the newest social media platform is going to help increase your bottom line.


The truth is, you could be on every single social media platform, you could be spending loads of money in paid ads, you could be blogging, you could be doing everything that you’re “supposed” to be doing — and you still might not get any real ROI.


For a marketer, it can seem like there are a million different options when it comes to which marketing tactics you should be focusing on. It doesn’t help that everyone is telling you to focus on all of them.

Source Step by Step Guide: How to Build a High Quality Marketing Funnel


According to Neil Patel, A conversion funnel, or funnel, is the path that a prospect takes through your site that ultimately results in a conversion.


Let’s look at where customers are coming from. No matter how they get to you, as many as 73% of leads are not even ready to be sold to. Even from the pool that are qualified, half of them aren’t ready to buy. That puts the odds against you. right out of the gate.


But, therein lies your problem. Your customers aren’t some mass-produced assembly line commodity and that’s exactly how “lead generation” approaches them.


“Set-up-wise, that is. But, there’s more to conversion optimization than just page layout, form design and copywriting. In fact, very few companies even do this one marketing tactic, let alone do it right”.


You’ve got your content broken down into relevant areas that readers can easily scan and your offer is irresistible. Your form only asks for the bare necessities, yet you’re still not seeing the results that you want.


Ever feel like you’re doing everything you can to improve your conversion rate, but people just aren’t buying? You’re following all the best practices, like having a single call-to-action and using enough white space.

Source How to Build a Conversion Funnel That Will Triple Your Profits

Shane Barker a digital marketing consultant explains the 3 key components you need to consider when building a sales funnel in “sales-funnel-increase-conversions”

According to Shane Barker your ad promoted an offer, but the landing page isn’t displaying that offer. This means visitors will have to either search for the offer, or leave your website.


“If you don’t have a proper sales funnel in place, there will be no structure to how you manage your leads. You may be able to drive some traffic to your site. But once visitors land on your site, they’re not sure what to do next”.


A sales funnel is like a map that you design for potential customers to follow. It’s the path that you design for leads to take until they take a desired action. In other words, it’s the set of steps you lay out to acquire leads and convert them. A sales funnel can help you increase conversion rate because it allows you to cater to potential customers at every stage of the purchase process.


There may be some stages that aren’t necessary, or some components that you’re missing out on. In this post, you’re going to learn about the three key components of a sales funnel to increase conversion rate.


You’ve made several attempts to increase conversions and somehow, you’re not getting the desired results. Maybe you think you’ve tried everything possible to drive conversions on your site. But have you tried reassessing your sales funnel?

Source How to Build a Sales Funnel to Increase Conversions



Remember that the conversion funnel is an ongoing cycle. The process is always shifting and your conversations with your customers are always evolving. What served their needs yesterday may not be adequate enough today.

if you plan to not only acquire new customers, but also retain existing ones, you need to include a plan for post-sale nurturing. You can basically add different components as long as they serve a purpose, but make sure these three essentials are part of your sales funnel.

By creating a high-quality funnel to guide prospects through the process of becoming paying customers, you can systematically skyrocket your business in a way that you couldn’t if you were just trying random tactics.

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Image Credits:

Featured Image created by Neil Patel in How to Build a Conversion Funnel That Will Triple Your Profits

Image capture from Shane Barker in How to Build a Sales Funnel to Increase Conversions


How To Succeed At Earning The Income Of Your Dreams Using Sales Funnels


Robert Kanaat of shares his tips and proven ways to generate income online in ” 10 Proven Ways  To Make Money Online

“The better and more able you are to master the following three things, the more likely you’ll be to succeed at generating the income of your dreams. However, before you even get there, you have to believe you can achieve your goals. If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will. It’s your deep-rooted beliefs that will help you succeed at generating any amount of money. Nothing else. Without that belief, you’ll falter and you’ll fail.”

I do agree, if you do not believe in yourself  absolutely no one will . It takes discipline, belief, commitment, confidence and persistence to succeed at generating any amount of money online.

“Anyone who’s serious about serious about creating a real income on the internet (whether active or passive) can do it. But there’s something relatively important that you have to realize about succeeding in an endeavor that so many people are clamoring to get a grasp on. Three things currently separate you from making the amount of money that you dream of or potentially replacing your full-time income with the ability to generate that same amount (if not more) on the internet.”

10 Proven Ways To Make Money Online

From Robert’s explanation, the three things that currently separate you from making the amount of money online are:

1-The ability to have a targeted message that is communicated to the right audience.

2-You need to know where traffic will be coming from by using the right .

3- No matter what you are selling you need to know how to convert you prospects into buyers

Where you live does not affect your ability to make money online, reason why you should eliminate all  excuses and commit to mastery, persistence and perseverance.

Sometimes I do think making money online seems easy, especially the way online marketers portray it. However I do notice it takes patience, perseverance, commitment, willingness to continue to learn, test and find what works for you by modelling successful online marketers who are already generating income online.

Some proven ways according to Robert are :

  • Building Sales Funnel  using Clickfunnels
  • Setting up an ad agency
  • Starting a social media marketing is another way to make money
  • By writing ebooks and publishing them on Amazon’s publishing platforms, kindle direct publishing
  • Search Engine optimization services to clients is another lucrative way of making money online
  • By hosting a webinar
  • Consultancy services

You can also learn ways to increase landing page conversion rate. This will show you proven simple and straightforward steps to build landing pages that converts.


The ability to make money online fascinates every red-blooded human being on this planet. In fact, the mere thought of it certainly brings wild-eyed wonder and imagination to the mind. It conjures up thoughts of a life replete with leisure, comfort and free will to do what you want, when you want and where you want. The truth is that it’s a dream that lives on in the hearts and minds of people near and far.



Revealed: The Ten Copywriting Tips to Create Engaging Landing Page

10 Copywriting Tips to Create Engaging Landing Page

Korbin Voss a billing specialist with Clickfunnels reveals the copywriting tips that help engage readers in ” 10 Copywriting Tips to Create Engaging Landing Page

“What follows are the simple tips that you will start to integrate into the copy that you spend your time writing and crafting. This takes time to develop and to truly master, but each step in the right direction is the right step”

  1. Focus on the Benefits of the products or services
  2. Build Urgency within Your Target audience
  3. Convey Information Through Story
  4. Discover Your Voice
  5. Establish Understanding with the Details
  6. Focus on Your own Headline
  7. Gear Your Copy Toward SEO
  8. Long Web form is Best
  9. Transition from Simple to Detailed
  10. Rise to the Level of Your Customers

Using the above tips will surely engage your readers to a whole new level and the results is sales which is more along the lines of what we’re interested in having.

“When you make a landing page, you want your copy to really pull them in. Videos are great at endearing people, but copy is where you’re going to actually sell them. Copy is the meat of the whole informational meal that your prospects have come to devour. It’s the bulk of the meal that you’ve offered your leads. Copywriting does everything from reducing risk on the buyer’s behalf, answer questions, and highlight the benefits of the product. It does the legwork for your selling process and get them to put their information in through the squeeze pages”

Original Source: 10 Copywriting Tips to Create Engaging Landing Page

The best way to create emotionally relevant advertising and marketing experiences for your shoppers

Natasha Wahid of WiderFunnel explains the three main emotional systems and how these systems influence customer behavior in “How To Create Emotionally Relevant Marketing Experiences For Your Shopper”

“In particular, you need to understand the three main emotional systems and how these systems influence customer behavior through both desire and aversion. These include:”

  • The Stimulance System, which aims to discover new things and learn new skills. This part of the brain is triggered by novelty, curiosity, change, surprise, and excitement. This system avoids boredom but is drawn to new sensations.
  • The Dominance System, which focuses on performance, self-assertion, the suppression of competition, and achieving status, power, and autonomy. This system’s desire is pride or a feeling of victory. And it’s aversion is anger, rage and powerlessness.
  • The Balance System, which is motivated by risk avoidance, and stability. This area may be triggered by fear and anxiety, but it is also associated with harmony and conformity, as it seeks security.

The Dominance and Stimulance systems are the expansive and risk-oriented systems in the brain, whereas the Balance system is the risk avoidance counter-system”

Natasha reveals how you has a marketer can explore, understand and leverage these emotional systems by using the Limbic model.

“The Limbic model reveals the different emotional systems that exist in your customer’s head, how these systems interact in the brain, and how they influence (shopping) behavior.

What sets Limbic apart from other personality profiling tools, like Myers Briggs or Predictive Index, is that it is the first tool of its kind designed specifically for marketing. It is focused on uncovering the emotion and motivation of a shopper, rather than on how people relate to one another.

At the center of the Limbic model is the Limbic® map. All human motives, desires, and values can be represented and related to one another within this map”

Original source: How To Create Emotionally Relevant Marketing Experiences For Your Shopper


What Is The Future For Software In 2018?

Adrian Bridgwater of forbes declares that automation intelligence can even be brought to bear by organizations using datasets, workflows, templates and operational blueprints that have been learned in other firms in “The future for software in 2018″

“Looking to the immediate future we will now find an increasing amount of software being built to operate on a cloud native basis, that is – being built of the cloud, in the cloud and for the cloud. Remembering once again that there is no real cloud (spoiler alert: it’s a term we generally use to describe servers in datacenters pumping computer processing, storage and data analytics power to the machine in your hand, over the Internet), the age of cloud native is finally here.”

Michael Keegan, head of product business for EMEIA region and chairman UK & Ireland at Fujitsu, said “In 2018, we will see consumer demands shift ever more towards the digital, with a particular impact on the banking sector. Where cash was once king, it will continue to fall from favor, while more and more consumers will seek the most convenient digital services for transactions like money transfers and insurance. This will have advantages for banks, in reducing the cost of physical infrastructure to support coin handling and the need for branches to provide services. However, it will also lower the barrier for entry for new challengers, meaning banks will have to compete with challengers and even financial services from organisations in other markets”

Source: https://www.forbes.com

What Tools Do You Need To Launch Your Sales Funnel?

When it comes to actually setting up your sales funnel you have three options.


1. Hire someone else to set it up for you who knows what they’re doing.
2. You can code your sales funnel from scratch using HTML, CSS, and PHP if you know how to code (not recommended).
3. You can use 3rd party tools to set it up for you.
If you want to hire it out, kindly let me know.
Of course… If you’re like me and you’d like to do it yourself however, it’s time to use 3rd party tools to build your funnel pages and get the job done.
A lot of 3rd party tools out there that can help you build out a sales funnel.
However, in my opinion one tool clearly stands above the rest.
This funnel building tool is called ClickFunnels.
It was created by a wildly successful entrepreneur named Russell Brunson.
…And it’s the best funnel building tool I’ve seen.
ClickFunnels is great because it allows you to build out your entire sales funnel, from capturing leads, to sales pages, to order forms, to 1-click upsells or downsells, to membership sites for 1 low monthly price…$97 or $297 a month.
And it includes a free 2 week trial.
That’s not all. It integrates with over 10 different autoresponder companies… As well as integrating with 6 different payment processors including stripe, infusionsoft, click bank, paypal and more.
Plus, it gets better.
If you have a problem support is top notch.
Not only will they respond within a few hours each time.
But often at times they will “fix” an error for you at no extra charge and even send you a quick video on what went wrong and how they fixed it.
Pretty neat eh?
What do I like best about ClickFunnels for building out funnel pages?
My favorite feature is that the page editor is limitless and is easy to use, and easy to LEARN to use.
You can learn ClickFunnels in less than 30 minutes and start building your first super customized page within the hour.