Comment être un expert des sales funnel ?

Comment être un expert des sales funnel ?
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Bonjour à tous, il y a beaucoup de coachs qui vous montre comment on catapulte ses ventes , comment on génère des commissions d’affiliation rapidement et à la vitesse de l’éclair à l’aide d’un logiciel, d’un blog à fort trafic ou d’un savoir faire hors du commun !

Mais la question demeure , comment devenir un bon lanceur , un marketer qui sait lier la psychologie et les mathématiques ! Un sale funnel est un lancement bien orchestré donc si vous connaissez les bases , vous pouvez en refaire mille et une fois pour déclencher la machine à vendre que vous seul savez mettre en place !

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Once you have targeted visitors entering your
sales funnel, a percentage will make some kind of
commitment to your business and a percentage will
simply leave.

Consequently, your job in this situation is
twofold.

Firstly, you should be applying every tool and
resource available in an attempt to minimize the
people who jump straight back out of your sales
funnel after first entering.

Secondly, you should also be doing everything
within your power to ‘push’ people to the next
lower level of your sales funnel as quickly and
efficiently as you can. With every level that
they descend further through the funnel, the more
they are increasing their level of commitment and
therefore their value to your business.

For example, if someone chooses to subscribe to
your mailing list, you are in a position to send
them a continual stream of promotional e-mails
pushing your primary products.

At some point, it is likely that a percentage of
prospects that you are e-mailing in this way will
buy the products that you are promoting because
it is widely accepted in online marketing that
most prospects have to see an offer anywhere
between seven and twenty times before they
finally decide to buy (or not).

Of course, successfully selling a product in this
way is exciting and rewarding because it puts
money in your bank account, but it is not the end
of the story. Indeed, it is really only the
beginning.

It should be obvious that the likelihood of a
prospect turning themselves into a customer by
buying the product that you recommend will to an
extent depend upon the price of that product.

If for example the product only costs $7, it is
pretty much a no-brainer for anyone who has even
the remotest interest in it to buy. Thus, if you
were selling a $7 product you could probably
anticipate big sales numbers whilst understanding
that the income is going to be relatively low.

Logically speaking, it is going to be more
difficult to sell a $27 product, and harder still
to move one that is priced at $47. Nevertheless,
as long as the product offers clearly outstanding
value, even at these levels, you could expect to
see reasonable sales figures.

So, let’s say that you sell a $7 or $27 product
to your customer as the first piece of business
that you have ever done with them. What do you do
next? Is that it or are you going to push for
something more?

What you now know is that if you present a
suitably well targeted offer to each individual
customer (as they now are), they will buy at this
price level.

What you don’t know is the depth of their
interest in the subject on which they have just
spent money. Nor do you know how far they are
willing or able to go on spending money or where
their price ceiling is.

So, if you have just generated a $27 sale, the
next step is to offer that new customer a $47 or
even a $67 product.

As you’ll discover, you should do this as soon
after they have completed their initial purchase
as possible because at that very moment, they are
in full-on ‘buying mode’ and this is always the
best time to ask for more business.

It is a fact of doing business online that the
hardest thing in the world is to convince a new
customer to get their credit card out of their
wallet. Thus, once they have done so, you should
maximize your returns by presenting them with an
immediate upsell offer of some type.

Some of your new customers will buy, whilst
others will decline the offer.

If they buy, that’s great, you have even more
cash in the bank, but this is still not the end
of the story. Now you need to know whether they
have the wherewithal and/or the inclination to
spend even more money on targeted products in
your market.

The customer who buys your upsell offer could
well be in the mood to keep buying, so you should
keep offering them the opportunity to do so. And
even for those customers who do not buy your
upsell or anything else that you offer them, you
should definitely start offering more
higher-priced products in your promotional e-mail
messages to them.

After the initial flurry of sales activity, at
every step of the way, you must progressively
narrow down and focus your business by
establishing how far each individual customer who
is on your mailing lists is willing to go. This
concept is based upon the somewhat clichéd but
nevertheless remarkably accurate notion called
the Pareto principle or 80/20 rule.

When applied to sales, this principle dictates
that 80% of your business will eventually come
from 20% of your customers. To a large extent, my
own experience indicates that this principle
generally holds reasonably true.

What it means for your business is therefore
relatively straightforward.

By continually qualifying your customers, thereby
narrowing the number of people still in your
funnel, you will gradually whittle it down to the
situation where you have isolated the 20% of
customers who are willing to spend the most money
with you.

These are the people who will not bat an eyelid
if you propose a $2000 or $5000 training course
to them. They are therefore the customers who you
should be focusing almost all of your attention
on.

By isolating the individual customers who are
going to make the most money for your business in
this way, you ultimately ensure that your
business is as profitable as it could be.

At the same time, you are not wasting your own
time trying to work with customers who are never
going to make a great deal of money for your
business, so this ‘narrowing down’ process also
makes your life easier and far less complicated
as well.

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To your success,

benoit Dubuisson 

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