A common question I get is, “How can I add a two-step checkout to ClickFunnels?” Thanks to John for bringing this up, because I always forget to answer it. So let’s dive in and see how we can adapt your free ClickFunnels trial to have a two-step checkout.

Start With a Basic Free Trial

One of the first things you should do is register for a free trial of ClickFunnels. This will give you access to all the basic features, and it will allow you to try out the tool to see how it works. You should choose this option if you’re just getting started and do not have a large budget to spend on expensive tools.

You have two options here. You can use the free trial to sign up for a regular account, or you can pay $5 and try out the trial version for a week. The difference is that the free trial allows you to use all of the features, while the paid version allows you to use a subset of the features. If you decide to go with the paid version, you can upgrade at any time to remove the restrictions.

The Front End Of Your Store

The first thing you will need to do is choose a theme for your store. The front end of your store will be dedicated to your visitors to convince them to make a purchase. You should look for a simple yet eye-catching theme that will not take up too much space. A good theme will be functional, and it will allow you to display all of the information your customers need to make a purchase decision.

You can use the free trial to create and preview a store. Just remember that you will need to purchase a custom domain for your store. This can be done for free from Google Domains. Once you have your domain, you can use it in all of your marketing material, including your storefront.

Checkout With Paypal

After your customer has performed all of their product research and decided which product to purchase, you will need to give them the option to pay with their credit card or PayPal account. To do this, simply add a PayPal button to your homepage, alongside your regular order button.

They will then be directed to the PayPal website to make their payment. If you have a separate email contact for your customers, you can provide them with the option to pay by email as well. This will make the checkout process even easier for your customers.

Back To Your Store

When a customer has paid for their products and signed up for your newsletter, you can bring them back to your storefront using a thank you page or a welcome email. This is where you can provide them with information on your products. You can also include a small discount code for those who have purchased a particular product.

To bring this article full circle, hopefully you made a few key points by now. Adding a two-step checkout to your storefront involves getting a custom domain, using a free trial of ClickFunnels, and integrating with PayPal. As long as you follow these steps, you will be able to add a two-step checkout to your ClickFunnels store.