One of the great things about Clickfunnels is the ability to create completely unique order pages that are tailored to capturing as much of the consumer’s attention as possible. While the standard order page is incredibly effective, it can sometimes feel a little boring. That’s why when we set out to create a new order page for a particular product, we wanted to make sure that we used all the tools in Clickfunnels to their fullest potential to ensure that the page was as effective as possible.

One of the things we loved about the Clickfunnels team is the fact that they constantly strive to improve the user experience and make setting up an order as quick and easy as possible. Since we already had a fully functioning affiliate marketing website built on WordPress, we decided to use that as our base and build upon it. The result is a fully functioning product order page that you can use for your own company’s products or use with a brand you’re representing. Let’s take a look at how to set up a click funnel checks quantity order page.

Step one: Create a product feed

The first step is to create a product feed for the items you are selling. You can do this either through Shopify, or through one of the many other SaaS platforms that integrate with a content management system like WordPress. Regardless of which platform you choose, make sure that both the product name and the description are complete and accurate. When creating a product feed, make sure that you only use words that are relevant to the product being sold. For example, if you are selling hair accessories and you choose the word wispy as a descriptor for the products you are listing, you are going to struggle to find anyone using that on their radar.

Step two: Create the order page

Once you have your product feed ready to go, it’s time to create the order page. The order page is essentially what the customer sees when they click the button to make the purchase. It’s important to keep in mind that this is a conversion page and you want to drive as many clicks as possible to it. Keep the page short and snappy. Include only the necessary information. The more you put on the page, the less effective it will be. The order page is also where you can include any messaging you’d like the customer to see before they make the purchase. Depending on the product you are selling and your marketing goals, you can choose from a variety of messages that may work well for you. When choosing the words for the page, be mindful of how you will appear to an audience that is largely comprised of digital shoppers. You can use your product feed to help you find the right wording.

Step three: Customize the checkout sheet

Once the customer has made the purchase and submitted their shipping information, it’s time to gather their payment. You can do this through PayPal or directly through your favorite payment gateways. Having a separate “checkout” or “payment” sheet is typically the approach most online stores take. Keep in mind that if the customer is paying with a credit card, you will need to collect their card information in a safe and secure manner.

Step four: Test the new order page

Now that you have everything set up, it’s time to put it to the test. Using a tool like Google Analytics, or a similar program, you can track the performance of your new order page and determine whether or not it was a success. With these kinds of testing tools, it’s incredibly easy to compare the results of one page to another. For example, if you are using Google Analytics and you have set up an order page for a product in the past, but you decide to test a new variation of that same order page, you can compare the results to the old page to see how the new page performed. This is a great way to test different elements of a web page and ensure that they work together smoothly. When using a content management system like WordPress, it’s also very easy to make minor changes to a page and see how the results impact conversion.

In conclusion

By following these steps, you can set up a functioning product order page with all the tools available in Clickfunnels. From there, you can expand on it and make it even more effective. If you have further questions or would like to read more on this topic, you can visit the Clickfunnels website or find them on Twitter @clickfunnels.