When you created your ClickFunnels account, you were given a special URL that you can use to access your account dashboard and import your funnels. In this article, you’re going to learn what this URL is and how you can use it to import your funnels into a new site. You can then use this new site to test your funnels (or create new funnels) and continue the process!

Create A New Site With Your Funnels

When you log into your ClickFunnels dashboard, you’ll see an option to create a new site. Simply click on this option and you’ll see a form where you can enter the name of the site and choose a template that you’d like for the layout of the site. Once you’ve entered your details, click on the “Create Site” button.

This site creation process is very similar to creating an email marketing campaign in ClickFunnels. Firstly, you choose a template for your email campaign, then you add your campaign details into the form, such as a headline, a description, and a link to your website. Once you’ve entered your details, click on the “Send Email” button to finally launch your email campaign.

As soon as you’ve created your brand new site, you can begin testing your funnels. To do this, you’ll need to click on the “Create A Funnel” button and follow the on-screen instructions. When you’ve finished creating your funnel, you can name it and click on the “Create Funnel” button to complete the process.

The Import Function

If you’ve never used ClickFunnels before, then your first visit to the dashboard may be a bit overwhelming. To guide you, ClickFunnels has put together an introductions video, which you can watch below. In this video, you’ll learn about the dashboard and the different parts of it. You’ll also learn about the import function, which we’ve already discussed in this article.

The import function is an important tool in the ClickFunnels dashboard. It’s a way of importing your existing funnels (or a part of your existing funnels) into a new site. Let’s say you’ve created a sales funnel with the goal of converting web traffic into paying subscribers. You could use the import function to import the first part of your funnel (i.e. the “free trial” funnel) into a new site, as this is the easiest way to begin testing your sales funnel. Once you’ve launched your new site (with your first part of the funnel), you can use the import function to bring in the other parts of your funnel (i.e. signup, landing page, pay-per-click campaigns, and so on).

In the above example, we’ve imported the first part of our funnel (the free trial funnel) into a new site called “trial conversions”. If you visited this site, you would’ve seen a message from ClickFunnels inviting you to create a free account and test out the product – this is because we’ve set up automated email campaigns using the email service provider MailChimp. When a user enters their email address on this site, they’re automatically subscribed to our email list and engaged with our product (i.e. the free product trial).

When you click on the “Learn More” button at the top of the page, you’ll see a link to our documentation and FAQs. If you search for “ClickFunnels FAQs” using the search bar at the top of the page, you’ll see a list of frequently asked questions. These FAQs cover many aspects of using and setting up a new account with ClickFunnels. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask them in the comments section below. And if you have any problems using the product, then be sure to read our documentation and FAQs first.