How to Convert a Shopify Store Into a Clickfunnels Sales Funnel

Empire builders, have you been struggling to make sales on your Shopify store? You know you have a winning product or idea, but you just haven’t been able to capitalize on it quite yet. Alternatively, maybe you’re not struggling, but still want to find a way to increase and optimize your monthly sales. If either of these scenarios sounds like you and your business, I have some exciting news for you! The simple key to optimizing your ecommerce business and obtaining more monthly sales is to convert your Shopify store into a Clickfunnels sales funnel. Read on to learn more about sales funnel optimization and how you can easily convert a Shopify store into a more profitable sales funnel today. 

Why You Need to Convert Your Shopify Store Into A Sales Funnel

a couple seeing an engaging product offer on a sales funnel

I’ve been banging on about the importance of utilizing a sales funnel in your ecommerce endeavors, but don’t just take my word for it. Numbers and data are the bread and butter of any successful business. The numbers simply speak for themselves when it comes to the benefits of using a sales funnel. 

The average Shopify store converts at less than 1%. This means that, out of 100 people that visit your store, only one is likely to buy from you. The bottom line is that this is a terrible way to run a business. In comparison, a Clickfunnels sales funnel converts at over 13%. These numbers alone give you a much better chance of creating a profitable ecommerce business. 

If you love Shopify, that’s great. You can keep utilizing the platform. But I have seen firsthand how integrating the Shopify and Clickfunnels platforms generate massive results. You take your winning products that are already selling well on your Shopify store, plug them into a sales funnel, and generate huge profits. 

I recently did a case study of this concept after stumbling across a Shopify ad on YouTube that had over 13 million views. The product was a simple magnetic phone adapter, but the dropshipper had created a great ad for the product. I clicked on the ad and was taken to a typical Shopify store with too much white space, predictable countdown timers, and generally poorly formatted pages. Utilizing a sales funnel will let you overcome these predictable Shopify store mistakes. This article explains more of the different options you have with Shopify vs. Clickfunnels.

How to Convert a Shopify Store and Make a Profitable Funnel 

Now don’t get me wrong. The owner of the Shopify store in this case study is killing it with this product. However, they could be raking in even more profits if they convert their Shopify store and showcase their already winning product through a sales funnel. The problem with Shopify stores is that they present too many options to the customer, leaving them feeling overwhelmed and more likely to leave the page before making a purchase. A sales funnel lets you make the offer very clear to your potential customer. It also allows you to essentially hold their hand through the buying process. 

In my case study, I took this winning magnetic phone adapter product and built a sales funnel for it. The key to creating profitable sales funnels is to build a funnel that looks like the traditional online store but removes all the distractions

Typical distractions on a Shopify store are links to multiple products or outside sources before the customer has even committed to an initial purchase. 

The basic sales funnel I created and that you can use to optimize sales on your winning products is a three-page, add-to-cart type funnel. The three pages in this funnel are the squeeze page, the order form page, and the order confirmation page.

The Key Steps to Setting Up a Killer Squeeze Page  

screen grab showing the start of how to design an appealing sales funnel page

Now, when you first convert a Shopify store into a sales funnel, the squeeze page is the most important element of the entire funnel. The squeeze page is where potential customers land after clicking on your ad. Here, you need to wow customers with your offer — give them a solid reason to buy from you and not Walmart or Amazon. To have a killer squeeze page that generates real results, you need to incorporate four basic elements. These four elements are an exciting offer, a good logo, appealing images, and an opt-in button.  

1. An Exciting Offer 

Customers come to your page for the offer, so you need to make it a good one. The offer needs to be enticing on the squeeze page, and the description on the page needs to be exciting. For this product, something like, “THE LAST CHARGER YOU WILL EVER NEED,” should work well as an exciting initial description. You can give a more detailed description on the squeeze page, too, but remember not to overwhelm the customer with a ton of information. Overwhelming customers makes them more likely to leave the page before opting in or making a purchase.

2. A Good Logo 

Having a good logo is a must on a sales funnel. This logo gives your page legitimacy and makes it look more like the traditional online store. However, don’t put too much time into curating the perfect logo, as it’s not what customers care about once they land on your page.

3. Appealing Images 

Using high-quality and appealing images is another crucial element in creating a killer squeeze page. It’s ideal to have 2-3 high-quality images on your squeeze page. Try to avoid white background images as they seem to make the product less exciting. 

4. Opt-In Button 

Finally, you need to incorporate the opt-in button into your squeeze page. Ultimately, the opt-in button is the most important element of the entire page. For my opt-in button, it read, “Add to Cart for 50% Off.” This is the button that customers click before being taken to the order form. 

You can also make it so that clicking this button prompts a pop-up to appear. This pop-up will require customers to provide their email address before moving on to the order form. Collecting this email before a purchase doesn’t just allow you to build up your email list. It also allows you to retarget customers who left the page before making the purchase. This is an element that Shopify simply lacks.

Consult With the Pros 

woman taking notes as she learns about dropshipping

If you’re ready to take your ecommerce store to the next level, you need to start integrating sales funnels into your business model. If you want to know more about how sales funnels can help optimize your ecommerce endeavors, feel free to reach out to us today. 

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