The first thing to consider is what you want the funnel to do. Do you want it to help you find new customers, increase sales, or reduce customer churn?
Once you know what you want the funnel to do, you need to decide how you want it to work. Do you want it to be a one-time purchase, or do you want it to be recurring?
Next, you need to decide what type of funnel you want. There are a few popular types of funnels, but the most common is the opt-in funnel. This type of funnel requires you to collect email addresses from your customers before they can join your mailing list.
Another popular type of funnel is the lead funnel. This type of funnel allows you to collect leads from your customers and then convert them into paying customers.
Finally, you need to decide how you want to pay for the funnel. There are a few options, but the most common is a subscription funnel. This type of funnel requires you to charge your customers a monthly or yearly fee to access your mailing list and your products.
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|Item Weight||0.9 Pounds|
stonylab Pressure Equalizing Graduated Addition Funnel, Borosilicate Glass Dropping Funnel 24/40 Joint 500 ml with PTFE Stopcock for Laboratory (500 ml)
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||13.39 x 3.15 x 2.36 inches|
|Item Weight||240 Grams|
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