I haven’t personally tested this, but you might want to consider removing the ClickFunnels branding from your website’s landing pages, especially if you want to run an affiliate marketing campaign or sell your own products. You don’t want your potential customers to get confused about where they are on your site, especially if you’re promoting a different product than the one they originally arrived at.

Here’s why: When someone clicks on a landing page link and then makes a purchase within 24 hours, that’s known as a fast-track sale. When a potential customer sees the ClickFunnels branding on your landing page, they might assume that the product or service they’re about to learn more about is from ClickFunnels, and that could cause them to have a bad experience, if they’re not careful.

The Bottom Line

Removing the ClickFunnels branding from your landing pages might not be a bad idea. After all, your website is your online storefront, and you’re the one who will ultimately be responsible for their experience, whether or not they have a positive one. In the event that they do have a bad experience, you’ll be able to point them in the direction of your contact information, allowing them to seek assistance. Hopefully, this won’t happen, but it’s always good to be prepared.