How To Find The Perfect AI Conversion Funnel
I was trying to find a way out of my writer’s block and I realized that the most effective way I could clear my mind was to write. The only problem was, I didn’t have anything interesting to write about. My mind was blocked and I couldn’t think of anything interesting to write about.
This led me to think back on my life so far and all the things I’ve learned from it. I soon realized that I’ve learned a lot about how to be successful, but not so much about how to convert my readers into paying customers.
If you’re the type of person who reads this article then, either you’re fascinated by the idea of being able to get an awesome product out there or you’re seriously concerned with making your business/blog/website more successful in as little time as possible.
In this article, I’ll be helping you find the perfect AI conversion funnel for you and your business. There is no such thing as a perfect funnel. That’s because every business is different and has a different target audience.
I’ll be discussing 4 main points:
1. What is an AI conversion funnel?
A Few of My Favorite Best Practices For Automated Conversion Funnels
I like to always have a list of my favorite best practices for automated conversion funnels written down on a handy piece of paper. This way, when I’m in the middle of building a new funnel and I suddenly can’t think of how to proceed, I can go back to my list and see if I have any ideas I can use.
I’ve compiled a list of some of the best practices I use all the time. If any of these ideas catch your fancy, feel free to try them out and let me know how they work for you. I’d love to hear from you either way.
1. Use an auto responder series in your squeeze page or on your front end sales page as a simple way to generate leads. You can test drive one from us here: http://www.blueprintautomatedmarketing.com/software-for-multi-million-dollar-earning-salesmen/
2. When you are in the middle of building a funnel, jot down any idea that comes to mind on a piece of paper right away. Save that idea for later when you have time to develop it into your own best practice.