High Converting Sales Funnel Tips

Posted By Carlos Batista on Sep 14, 2017 in Business Topics, Internet Marketing, Online Business | 0 comments


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Your funnel pages must be effective in order to create the profits you expect from your products.  If your funnel pages are not converting your prospects into buyers or your buyers into repeat buyers (i.e. OTO buyers), you will not make nearly as much profit as you could.

 

Thus, there are tips provided below to help you create higher-converting funnel pages so you can gain more profits from the products and sales funnels you create.

 

Be sure to use headlines and sub-headlines in your sales letters.  Most people don’t read sales letters word-for-word; they don’t have the time or the desire to go through every sales letter they encounter word-for-word.

 

Thus, use headlines and sub-headlines to help point out the important points, features, and benefits your prospect will gain from ordering your product and OTOs.

 

Another key is to focus on the benefits your product will deliver to the customer.  The customer doesn’t really care how the product will deliver the benefits to him/her; he/she just wants to know what is in it for him/her- how does his/her life get better by purchasing your product?

 

While you can include features in your sales letter, be sure to highlight and focus on the benefits the person will get from ordering your product.  Specifically, you should really focus on the benefits that will eliminate or alleviate the person’s problem or pain- this will make it more likely he/she will order your product.

 

On upsell and down sell pages, be sure to put text down under the order button when they are ready to pass on an upsell or down sell offer that reminds them of the benefits they will be passing up on by rejecting the upsell or down sell.

 

Human psychology tells us that people do not like pain and they do not like missing out on things.  Thus, by reminding people of what they will be missing out on by passing up your upsell or down sell offer, you will make it harder for them to hit the “no thanks” link, potentially leading some of them to hit the “order now” button instead.

 

Thus, you have learned that using headlines and sub-headlines in a sales letter will enable people to scan your sales letter and learn the important points without having to read it word-for-word.  You also learned that you should focus on the benefits of your product that the person will get by ordering your product.

 

Finally, you learned that by reminding people of what they will be missing out on when bypassing upsell or down sell offers, it will be more difficult for them to pass on it and may even convince some of them to order the upsell or down sell instead.

 

Different Types Of Sales Funnel Techniques

 

There’s more than one way of creating successful and profitable sales funnels.  Ther are several methods, in fact, that can help you to make profit from your product offers.  You will learn about some of these different methods below.

 

The most basic type of sales funnel is that you use a squeeze page to capture the name of the prospect’s name and email address in return for a quality free report on a topic of interest to the prospect.

 

You then send email messages with more information on the topic of interest and make brief mentions of your main product offer, implying that this product will help them solve or alleviate the problem they are having (and a key reason why they downloaded the free report in the first place).

 

You include a link to your main product’s sales page in your email messages.

 

Over time, the prospect will learn to trust you and your recommendations; as a result, they will check out your main product’s sales page.

 

Provided the sales letter “sells” the main product to the prospect, he/she will become a customer, which can lead to him/her being added to a buyer’s email list, letting you know that this person has bought from you before.

 

Now, you can add more to your basic sales funnel, specifically upsells and downsells, also known as one-time offers or OTOs.  After a person has paid for your main offer, the person will be shown an upsell offer, an offer that enhances the value of the main offer, whether that is an upgraded version of the main offer or a complementary offer to boost the value of the main offer.

 

The person only has that one chance to purchase it at that special price – hence why it’s called a “one-time offer.”

 

If the person chooses to decline the offer, he/she may be presented with a downsell offer, an offer that is either exactly the upsell offer he/she just rejected at a lower price or a similar offer to the upsell offer, but with one or more missing components from the upsell offer, at a lower price.

 

If the person chooses to buy this offer, he/she will gain access to it and may be taken to another upsell offer.  If he/she chooses to decline the downsell offer, he/she may still be taken to another upsell offer.

 

Thus, to earn maximum profit from your product offers, you should use a squeeze page to get the person’s name and email address, follow up with email messages to get him/her to visit the main product’s sales page, and present him/her with upsells and downsells to enhance the value of the main offer for him/her, while increasing your profits.

 

This is the main sales funnel strategy for most Internet marketers, and if done properly, can be highly effective and highly profitable.

 

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