Clickfunnels: Membership Funnel Creation Made Easy
Clickfunnels is a powerful tool that makes creating membership funnels easy. If you don’t know how to create a membership funnel in clickfunnels, it can be easily done by following these steps:
Create an offer, making sure to include the price for the product or service and any bonuses on top of it. Create a lead magnet based on what your offer includes, such as an ebook related to the topic of your offer or a video series with tips on how to get started with your business idea. Include some upsells and downsells so people have more options once they sign up for your list (for example, you could add one month access for $9, six months access for $49/month).
Create a pre-launch page that will give people instructions on how to get started with your offer. People should be able to sign up and receive the lead magnet, but they won’t actually have access to anything else until you launch (so if there are bonuses for getting something early, those would come after launching).
Once you’ve launched and it’s time for payment collection, create an order form where people can enter their credit cards in exchange for what they signed up for. You can make this either directly through Clickfunnels or by using Stripe/Paypal integrations within your funnel. This could include things like monthly subscriptions ($19/month), pay as you go plans ($99 every three months) or one large upfront payment ($299).
When you have people enter their credit card information and payment, be sure to set your order form up so that if they cancel after the first month, they won’t be billed again. You can make this happen by using Clickfunnels automation rules or just sending them an email once a week reminding them of what’s going on until it expires (and adding some links for how to upgrade/cancel). This way, when someone does sign up for something, they’re not automatically enrolled unless there was no issue with any technology involved in actually signing them up. Be sure to plan out all these processes carefully because managing client relationships is one of the most important things in running a business!