We are using a template provided by Unbounce that has a high conversion rate based on thousands of website visitors.
👉 Creating a 52.68% conversion rate landing page in Unbounce: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCRKGaWkdms
👉 Creating a 52.68% conversion rate landing page in Thrive Themes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJaCl680dS4
In this video we create a landing page from scratch, so let me quickly show you around.
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When you first sign in, you have to click on “create new funnel” at the top-right of the screen.
Once you select the template, you would use the drag-and-drop builder on the right-hand side to add elements, such as text or images.
The teal box is the “section”.
This is the main background box where you will have all your content stored.
Inside this section, you will have the “rows”.
You can create a 1-column, 2-column, 3-column, etc… row, so it doesn’t just have to be one column.
The good thing about ClickFunnels is that it makes it easy to build out and measure the blocks – you don’t have to measure how tall and wide you want the blocks to be – just add the block and it’ll automatically be perfectly measured in blocks.
On the other hand, you also have less flexibility as you aren’t able to add elements wherever you want them to go, such as the arrow to the exact right of the optin form.
After that come the specific elements.
You can drag and drop the elements from the right-hand side onto your page.
This includes buttons, text, images, video blocks, countdown timers, and so on.
I encourage you play around with the builder yourself now that you know how it works and try out all or some of these elements yourself.
It’s a good practice to add rows whenever possible instead of element blocks as rows give you more control over the size of the block inside, such as the total width.
Individual elements don’t allow you to adjust the width, so that’s why I personally suggest going with additional rows whenever possible.
Also, if you add a multi-column row, you can adjust the width of each individual column by clicking on the “manage columns” on the top-right side.
If you want to add additional features to your page, such as the email autoresponder integration, favicon, etc… make sure to check out my ClickFunnels playlist linked below.
I have 60+ ClickFunnels videos where I teach you every little component of building out your pages.
If you also want to build out an entire funnel and not just a landing page, I have a video covering that here as well:
Also don’t forget to set the URL you want to take people to after they sign up.
In our example we set the first button to “Submit form” and then went into settings and added my domain – ivanmana.com.
For the 2nd button, we wanted people to scroll back up to the top, so we selected the “scroll to” option on that specific button and made it take people to the top of the page.
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