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Have you heard all the buzz around the term “funnel”?
The first thing new online business owners learn is the power of the offer funnel.
You’ll find WordPress plugins to help you design your funnel and landing-page creators to assist in building it. And yet still your funnel doesn’t perform as it should.
So what’s missing? Cohesiveness.
I know, I know. You mail regularly. You’re making offers. You even make sales. If you weren’t, you certainly wouldn’t be in business this long. But if your funnel isn’t bringing in a steady cash flow that grows month after month, then something is clearly wrong, and I’m betting it’s because you lack consistency and cohesion. (Read more about tweaking your amazing funnel)
Most of us do, myself included, so don’t feel alone. This isn’t something to beat yourself up over, but do take a look at your funnel and offers with a critical eye, and ask yourself:
Just like a great sales page, all the pieces of your funnel need to flow naturally from one to the next, leading your readers toward bigger and better offers. It’s this cohesiveness that will help plug the leaks and keep your funnel filled with prospective clients who can’t wait to buy from you.
Ask yourself these questions to plug and leaks and let me know your results. I’d love to discuss this further with you.
Be sure to Join me every Tuesday for more success tips as we further explore ways for you to triumph in todays fast paced and ever changing business world.
See you there,
PS: Read more about Funnels, Sales and Income here:
What Your Potential Clients Wished You Knew
Tips For Crafting Compelling Subject Lines
What You Need To Know About Email Deliverability
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