You’ve probably heard of ClickFunnels, a popular web design platform that makes it easy to create landing pages, sales pages, and email marketing campaigns for businesses of all sizes. What you may not know is that ClickFunnels also makes it easy to collect phone numbers from prospective customers. In this article, we’ll discuss how to use the Call-to-Action (CTA) button to capture email addresses and phone numbers.

The Basics Of Using The ClickFunnels CTA Buttons

In order to understand how to use the ClickFunnels CTA (Call-To-Action) button to collect phone numbers, you need to first understand the basics of CTA buttons in general. A CTA button is a piece of marketing software that’s often used in web design and digital marketing. When someone clicks on a CTA button (usually a red or yellow button), they’re taken to a web page or a mobile app that offers additional information or allows them to take some kind of action.

The CTA button helps businesses to convert casual website visitors into paying customers by prompting them to take action at the point of encounter. When a website visitor sees a CTA button, they may assume that the purpose of the website or product is to promote some kind of action. Therefore, the CTA buttons on a website might appear at the top or bottom of a web page, or on a product page within an online store.

Why Use The CTA Button To Capture Phone Numbers?

One of the biggest criticisms of older forms of marketing was that they were “vanishing acts,” attracting plenty of interest but leaving the prospect with little or no follow-up. With the emergence of digital marketing, this kind of marketing is now known as “digital vanishing acts,” as websites, blogs, and social media make it easy for potential customers to find out more about a product or service without having to leave the comfort of their homes or offices.

With a CTA button, you can take advantage of this “always-on” thirst for information by encouraging prospective customers to contact you. When someone clicks on your CTA button, they’ll be prompted to enter their email address or phone number to receive more information from you (or to make a purchase if your product is something that they’re looking for).

You can place your CTA button on your website, social media profiles, and even in emails if you’re running an email marketing campaign. The more places that you put it, the more likely visitors are to see it and take action.

How Many CTA Buttons Should I Use?

The answer to this question is: it depends. You need to look at your conversion rates and the nature of your product or service to determine how many CTA buttons you need to use.

If you have a very low conversion rate but your product is very easy to sell, you may only need one or two CTA buttons to generate sales. Alternatively, if you have a high conversion rate but your product is something that people are difficult to understand, you might want to use multiple CTA buttons to make it simpler for people to understand what you’re offering. Typically, an online store will use three or four CTA buttons, depending on the product that they’re selling.

Where Should I Place My CTA Buttons?

The answer to this question is: anywhere that you can. If you have a newsletter sign-up form or a donation button on your website or social media, consider putting a CTA button there as well. If you have a contact form, ask yourself if there’s a need to capture emails with a CTA button instead.

As you decide where to place your CTA buttons, bear in mind that the pattern of where you place them will affect how people interact with them. If you place your CTA buttons in the wrong place, you may hinder your conversion rates. Make sure that your CTA buttons are in places that make sense within the structure of your website.

How Do I Determine The Best Place To Put My CTA Button?

The answer to this question is: make it easy for people to find by looking at your site map. If you’re doing all of the design and marketing for your site yourself, then you’ll know where everything is, which makes it much easier to figure out the best places to put your CTA buttons. Alternatively, if you delegated the design to an external agency, they may have provided you with a place to put your CTA buttons (or they may have just provided you with the code to paste in).

There are six essential criteria that you should consider when determining the best place to put your CTA buttons on your site. These criteria are:

1. Visual weight

If you have a lot of text on your page, then it may be hard to notice the CTA button. However, if you have a lot of graphics or video on your page, then it will be much easier to notice the CTA button because it will pop out. The opposite is also true. If you have a very light color scheme on your site, then it will be very hard to notice the CTA button. This means that you should use larger fonts for text that supports the bigger picture and that you should use smaller fonts for smaller text or details. This will also help to make your buttons more noticeable.

2. Contrast

The answer to this question is: make sure that the background color of your site is lighter than the color of your button. If it’s the opposite, then it will be hard for people to see the color of your button on your site. This is because of the way that our eyes work. When we’re driving or using a mobile app, we often have to look at something that doesn’t move to keep track of what’s going on. This is why when we’re using a browser, we often have to scroll to the top of a page to see what’s happening because everything is moving underneath the surface. When this happens, the contrast between the lighter background and the darker text or button will be diminished. This makes it harder to read the text or button. The opposite is also true. If you have a white background with black text or buttons, then you should consider using a gray background with white text or buttons because this will help increase the contrast between the two.

3. Alignment

On a page that doesn’t have any text, you can use alignment to help direct the eye to the center or to the edge of the page. If you want the eye to be drawn to the center of the page, then use a

tag with the text-align property set to center. If you want the eye to be drawn to the edge of the page, then use a

tag with the text-align property set to right or left. It’s also possible to use a combination of the two, so if you want the text to be aligned to the edge of the page but you also want the eye to be drawn to the center, then use a

tag with the text-align set to right and the
tag around the text. You can use the same technique with a background image (in this case, you might want to use a

tag with the background-image property set to the image but you should also use text-align so that the image is centered).

4. Readability

Make sure that the color of the text and buttons is easy on the eye and doesn’t blur into one color. If you have a large amount of text or a lengthy form, then it may become difficult to read. Alternatively, if you have a small amount of text or a short form, then you should consider using a brighter font because it will make the text and buttons easier to read. If the text in your forms is small or blurry, then you should use a larger font because it will make it easier to read. The goal is to make sure that everything is easy to read and the color isn’t so contrasty that it hurts the eyes, or vice versa. Keep in mind that not all bright fonts are a good choice, so consider the vibe that you want to give off.

5. Navigation

Make sure that your site is easy to navigate. If you have a lot of content but no obvious way to access that content, then it may be difficult for someone to find what they’re looking for. If you want to promote a specific product or service, then consider using either a top-level menu or subheadings within the content to help direct the eye to the most important information.