As a business owner, marketer, or retailer, you know that without a proper order confirmation page, you’re losing out on sales. According to HubSpot Blogs research, 66% of respondents said they expect to lose sales because of a bad order confirmation process.

Clickfunnels, a popular affiliate marketing tool used by entrepreneurs, marketers, and bloggers, creates an order confirmation page that’s full of all the information you need to satisfy your customers. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to set up a Clickfunnels order confirmation page.

Create a Purchase Buttons Page

The first step in creating a Clickfunnels order confirmation page is to create a purchase buttons page. This is where you’ll collect all the info for your customer to consume. You can use the quick install button to quickly create this page. Just browse to the dashboard and click the quick install button to get started. Once installed, you’ll see a quick install panel appear on the right side of your screen. From there, you can enter the details for your order confirmation page—like the name, email, and message.

You can also add order buttons for online stores like Shopify, BigCommerce, and WooCommerce.

Once you’ve installed the quick install button (or entered the URL to one of the above mentioned stores in the text box), you’ll see a purchase button appear on your site. Just click the button to continue.

Create a Product Page

The next step is to create a product page. This is where you’ll display the product information and photography for your customers to see. If you’re an online store, this is the page that will appear when a shopper clicks on an item in your store. You can use a variety of free online tools to create a stunning, attractive product page.

Some of the information you’ll want to include are:

  • Product images
  • Product description
  • Reviews
  • Comparison table

You can also use the free Google Product Search to find any product and create a page with information about the product.

To illustrate what a product page looks like in action, we’ll use the Klienel product demo. Just visit their website and click the button to see their example of a product page.

Include Order Summary

Another critical part of an order confirmation page is the summary section at the bottom. This is where you’ll collect all the information your customer needs to make a purchase. You can either write a summary of the order or use the quick stat form which will create a summary based on the information your customer enters.

The more you can do to make the summary section easy to understand, the better. One critical thing to note is that you can use the same order summary for both phone and web orders.

Include the shipping information as well as the sales price. Customers will expect to see this information since it’s critical for them to know what price they’ll be paying. The less you leave out, the more anxious and frustrated your customers will become. This could seriously damage your relationship with potential buyers. For instance, if you’re providing free shipping, but don’t state the price, customers may believe that you’re hiding something or that the price is somehow on them or included in the product cost. Either way, shipping is never included in the price of the product and it’s something you’ll have to reveal to the customer at some point.

Set Up Email Verification

Another crucial step in creating a successful order confirmation page is to set up email verification. Just check the box that says I want to receive email notifications when somebody clicks on the product and click save. Then you’ll start receiving email notifications when somebody clicks on the product. Just remember that these emails are automated and will ping your inbox frequently so you might want to either turn off your notifications or use a different email address for this purpose.

What’s important is that you verify the email address that somebody uses to make a purchase. Just check the email address against the one which is registered with your site’s admin area (usually your email address is also your site’s domain name). Then you can accept the order and provide the customer with the tracking information for their item(s).

Add Extra Info

An order confirmation page is not complete without some extra information about the merchant or seller. You can include special offers, discounts, sales, and more. For example, you can use the “Contact the merchant” button which will immediately send an email to the seller with your message.

Make It Pretty

The last step in creating a Clickfunnels order confirmation page is to make it pretty. This is something entirely up to you. You can add a little something such as a design theme or color scheme to give the page a polished and elegant look. If you want, you can even add a little patterned paper or a background image to make the page look more luxurious.

Whatever you do make sure that the order confirmation page gives the right information to the right people at the right time. And of course, make sure that the page is easy for customers to navigate. Having a simple and smooth checkout process is critical for businesses, especially when it comes to eCommerce.

Thanks for reading! We hope this article answered some of your questions about Clickfunnels and helped you in setting up your very own order confirmation page. If you have any other questions about this subject, feel free to drop us a line in the comments section below!