If you have a funnel created with the popular marketing automation tool, ClickFunnels, then it’s likely that you’ve already changed the URL of the funnel you’re currently in.

But did you know that you can change the URL name of a funnel even if you’ve already transferred traffic to it? In this article, we’ll tell you how to change the URL name of a funnel you’ve already created in ClickFunnels.

The Three Steps To Changing A Funnel’s URL

In order to change the URL name of a funnel, you’ll need to take a few steps. Below we outline the process:

Step 1. Go Into The Settings Tab

The first step is to go into the Settings tab of your funnel and click on the Domain Names button.

This will take you to a page that looks like this:

  • Domain Name: The name you’ll give the page (for example, myproductfunnel.com)
  • Site Key: This is the key you get when you register your domain name (for example, myproductfunnel.com)
  • Channels: This is the name of the marketing channel you want to use for the funnel (for example, Youtube)

You’ll notice that there are two additional tabs below this initial Settings tab. These are the Analytics and Billing tabs. We’ll discuss what they are and what you need to do in the next step.

Step 2. Switch To The Analytics Tab

If you click on the Analytics tab, you’ll be able to see a variety of reports about the performance of your funnel. To switch over to this tab, click on the dropdown arrow in the top right corner of the page.

You’ll then see that a small menu will expand with the reports. From here, you can click on any of the reports to dive in and see the data in more detail.

Step 3. Billing Tab

Finally, if you click on the Billing tab, you’ll be able to track your orders and see the status of your account. To switch to this tab, click on the dropdown arrow in the top right corner of the page.

You’ll then see that a small menu will expand with the reports. From here, you can click on any of the reports to dive in and see the data in more detail.

Making The Change

So you’ve gone through the three steps and switched to the Analytics or Billing tab of your newly created funnel. Now what?

First, you want to click on the Update Settings button at the top of the page.

Then, you’ll want to type in a new name for your funnel in the corresponding text field (make sure to include the www. in between the domain name and the URL).

Be sure to hit the Save Settings button at the bottom of the page when you’re done.

That’s it! You’ve just changed the URL name of your funnel.

You can now go back into your dashboard and test out the newly assigned URL name. And don’t forget – you can also set up email alerts to be notified when someone clicks on a link or order in your web content. Or you can monitor your progress in the Analytics panel.

Remember The Three “R’s”

It’s worth mentioning that there are three “R’s” that you need to keep in mind when changing the URL name of a funnel. The first is related to marketing. When adding a new URL name to your funnel, you’re essentially creating a new page with a different address. So, you need to be sure that you’re sending your traffic to the right place.

The second “R” refers to reporting. Once you’ve started sending traffic to the new URL, you’ll want to check the analytics to see how others are finding your site. This way, you can continue refining your approach and tracking the results of your changes.

The third “R” relates to redirects. When you change the URL name of your funnel, you’ll want to make sure that any existing links to that old URL are redirected to the new one.

In conclusion, using multiple “R’s” to track the results of your changes is critical to keeping yourself honest and improving your marketing strategies over time.