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Clickbank Sales funnel

Discussion in 'Membership Sites' started by rocky12, Dec 22, 2016.

  1. rocky12

    rocky12 Junior Member

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    I'll be selling some ebooks on my site using clickbank.

    Heres how the Sale funnel will look like >>

    Free Lead Magnet >>>> Trip wire offer >>>> Main Offer

    Both my Trip wire offer and Main offer are ebooks which I would be uploading in Clickbank.

    I'm using Thrive content Builder and Thrive Themes.

    I'm basically confused with integrating the PAYMENT BUTTON PART to Clickbank

    Here is what I'll be adding to


    Trip wire Sales page button -
    http://product.nickname.pay.clickbank.net/?cbfid=FlowID



    Main offer Add to cart button -
    http://product.nickname.pay.clickbank.net/?cbur=a


    Main offer No thank you button - http://product.nickname.pay.clickbank.net/?cbur=d



    Just want to clarify with you guys that what I'm doing is right or not.

    cheers
     
  2. rocky12

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    Any one ?
     
  3. IamNRE

    IamNRE Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yep... that's how a funnel works. Then have your email build report, give more free value and recommend they buy shit every 4 emails.
     
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    sounds good
     
  5. Aehs01

    Aehs01 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've never used CB to sell anything, you could always use your own platform to sell if you are using Thrive. I have a membership site using Thrive and the backend just uses Memberpress which also has it's own affiliate plugin. The funnel setup you have sounds good though.
     
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    Hows your membership site doing? I put together a site towards the end of 2016....but still haven't figured out how to get paying members :p

    Getting free members is easy enough though. So that proves there is a interest in the content.
     
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    This specific one is brand new but I've been using webinars to drive lots of sales into one of my courses since October. I've just built an evergreen funnel for this one and we are about to spend $1500 on Facebook ads to see what we can do with it. I highly recommend checking out David Siteman Garland's Create Awesome Online Courses, that's what I'm following.
     
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    Thanks bud... will check it out!
     
  9. rocky12

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    The course is extremely costly. So, trying to figure out by trial and error.

    I'm planning to host the ebook with clickbank only. and I'm also using ThriveThemes.

    I've using some strategies from Ryan Deiss from DigitalMarketing and its working fine.
     
  10. Aehs01

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    Yeah, it's not cheap but you get what you pay for. It's probably the best course I've seen on 'selling courses'. I'd say otherwise JV up with someone who can help you reach a bigger audience. The platform you use does not really matter.