Parent Coaches or Family Coaches who build a sales funnel for coaching businesses should include these three important pages.
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Every Funnel Must Have These 3 Pages & Content
If you are confused about how exactly sales funnels work, you’re not alone. This fact is the number one reason small business owners say they can’t get their funnels set up—they simply don’t know what to include where.
Here’s the easy answer: At the very least, your sales funnel for coaching needs three pages
A. Optin Sales Page
This Page for opting into your email list comes first. You might call it a landing page, a squeeze page, or a free opt-in page, or a squeeze page. The sales page serves one purpose—to get the reader to take action. That action to buy a product or offer up their email address in exchange for a free gift, this is the gateway into your sales funnel coaching. Everything that follows depends on this page, so you want to be sure you:
- Include a clear call to action—“Buy Now” or “Click here" to download this report for free”
- Eliminate distractions—that means no links to other websites or even a navigation bar
- Address the readers’ pain points and how your offer provides the solution
B. Confirmation Page
Here’s where you ask the reader to confirm their intent. For a sales funnel, this confirmation page might actually be your checkout page. It’s where they enter their payment details. For a free offer, it’s simply the page your email management system directs them to next. It’s a holding page, if you will, while you wait for them to confirm their email address.
If you’re setting up a free funnel, this page has great power—and you don’t want to waste it!
Here is where you can offer an upsell or a new upload
- Remind people to follow you on social media
- Give them a glance at your other products and services
- Offer a digital product for sales
Remember that they will only see this page once, so don’t put anything here that they will need to refer back to. Instead, use the thank you page is that task.
C. Thank You Page
This Thank You page is where a site visitor actually collect their downloadable item, or get information about how your product will be delivered.
Like the confirmation page, this is valuable real estate, so you want to be sure you use it wisely. In addition to the downloadable item your customer just purchased (or opted in for) you also want to showcase your other offers—especially those at a slightly higher price point.
Here’s why: the person looking at this page is a hot prospect, and she has entered your sales funnel for coaching. He or she is in a buying mood. You want to be sure to take advantage of that by putting your most relevant offers on this page. To encourage buying, consider including:
A limited time offer—scarcity sells, so if you can legitimately limit sales to a few hours/days or number of units, then this is the place to do so.
A “no brainer” coupon offer—an insider’s only deal can be a powerful motivator, especially if it’s a fantastic price.
Extra bonuses—give them access to additional products/services if they buy through your link on that page. These should be bonuses that aren’t advertised on the public sales page for that product. Again—insider’s deals are motivating!
Putting together a sales funnel isn’t complicated—or at least it doesn’t have to be. As your business grows and you have more products to offer, you can expand your funnel to include more upsells and downsells, but for now, this simple setup is really all you need.