The purpose of a Sales Funnel is to build a list of happy, paying customers who know, like, and trust you. Sometimes a new JV Partner, or two, as well.
But where do you start? Does it matter what you put in place first, second, third, and so forth? As long as everything gets done?
Yes, you need to have a systematic process from step a to step b….To make sure you leave nothing out. Boring, I know, but do it a few times in a specific order and it will soon become habit. You will be able to put together a Sales Funnel at the end of a long day, so tired you can barely keep your eyes open, but, like when you are driving home late at night, bleary eyed, you know the way, just stay awake a little while longer, and home, or done, as the case may be.
Parts Of A Sales Funnel
- Entry Point – Free Report
- Low Price Point – Ebook
- Medium Low Price Point – ECourse/ DVD’s
- Medium Price Point – Membership Site
- Medium High Price Point – Group Coaching
- High Price Point – One on One Personal Coaching
This is about Creating A Sales Funnel from scratch, so start with your Squeeze Page, what do you need on your Squeeze Page?
An Opt In Form and An Offer.
First Step In Creating A Squeeze Page.
Craft a Compelling Offer for their Name and Email.
Create a new campaign for your Auto-Responder, with a new list name.
Write an Opt In Message that lures them to Subscribe to your slippery slope of offers, so well-greased they can’t help but slide into the next one.
Your First Offer should flow seamlessly from your Free Report, it doesn’t have to be an Ebook, but it should be priced too low to pass up.
Greasing Your Sales Funnel
You hear this a lot, but how do you grease your Sales Funnel?
You grease your Sales Funnel with valuable free tips and interesting stories, either about your or what you see around you, but it’s not actually a part of your Sales Funnel.
Your Sales Funnel is a pre-set series of Auto-Responder emails that lead to a specific sale or series of sales.
The grease for your Sales Funnel is regular contact with your list, broadcast emails you write as you send them out, whether you email daily, three times a week, or however often you want to, be consistent in your schedule and they will both look forward to your messages and miss them if something comes up and you miss sending a regular email out.