And just like that, the holidays are over and we're all back at work. To get you revved up and ready for the year, this month we're focusing on upselling and marketing:
A one page eCommerce sales funnel does what a traditional sales funnel does, but in a shorter period of time. A traditional funnel occurs over multiple pages and emails, slowly taking the prospective customer on a journey towards the checkout. But what if you want sales today? Here's where the single page funnel comes into play.
We'll walk you through creating your one page funnel, sharing what types of content is needed at each stage, design tips for your single page funnel and details about pre-framing your funnel before prospects arrive on your website.
Your customers experience many things on their journey towards placing an order on your website. Can you list the things that they see, do, feel and think? Is it a journey they'd recommend others to take? Or is it so off putting that they've left your website, never to return again?
When you create a sales funnel to send your customers through, you are defining every step of their journey, increasing your website's conversion rate. In this article, we'll discuss the four key stages of a sales funnel, share the reasons why you should be using one, list the steps to take when creating a sales funnel and how to measure success and optimise it.
Minibitz aims to provide the best “one stop shop” service in New Zealand for the classic Mini owner. Their website, recently built by Alice from Wild Paradise Designs, clearly showcases their industry expertise with crisp clear photos and appropriate text.
Posted: Wed 24 Jan 2024