Two of the main concerns I hear over and over is from people telling me they don’t have time for marketing, and that they are frustrated because they aren’t converting interest into paying business. The good news is, the ‘Marketing Funnel’ can help you solve both problems.
So what exactly is a ‘Marketing Funnel’? If you picture a funnel, you know it’s wide and open at the top, and tiny and narrow at the bottom. As prospects go through the stages from ‘I want to know more about you’ to ‘You’re hired’ they effectively move through the marketing funnel.
Now lots of people make the mistake of offering something free at the top of their marketing funnel, and then having their key product or service such as bespoke training, one-on-one coaching, or consulting package at the bottom of their marketing funnel, but nothing in between. I should know, it’s a mistake I made myself for some time.
The trouble with this is, it’s asking your prospects to make too big a jump in just one go. When you are selling any form of ‘change’ that training, coaching, therapy or consulting provide, the risk prospects face in taking us on is not only a financial risk, but an emotional one too.
So the marketing funnel is a great business model. It helps you make your core proposition available at different price points, thus lowering the emotional and financial risk for your clients as they move further down the funnel.
The funnel system of marketing says that you clickfunnels price 2019 offer your prospects and customers ever more elaborate products and services – and ever more intensive access to you – at ever increasing prices. In other words always offering people ways to spend more money with you. And whether you are selling training programmes to corporations, or personalised coaching to individuals, the theory still applies.
In a nutshell the funnel system says: attract new clients and prospects into your funnel, then find ways to add more and more value to them – and as the value increases, so does the price!