When you are building a funnel, you will inevitably come across the need to rename a page. You might want to name a page after a specific event, or you might want to give it a more general name like ‘lead gen’ or ‘landing page’. When you are trying to find templates to work with, you will find many examples of funnels with generic page names, which can make it hard to find the right one.

Thankfully, the ability to rename pages is very easy in Clickfunnels. You will find that the process is almost identical to the process of editing the content of a page. The difference is that when you are renaming a page, you will be using a special tool in the Content section of the dashboard. This will allow you to make changes to the page’s content and name without worrying about the visual appearance of the page.

The Funneling 101

To help you understand what is going on, let’s take a look at a basic funnel:

As shown in the figure above, a funnel consists of a series of pages (or ‘leads’) leading up to a single destination (the ‘end point’). When a person enters the funnel via a primary entrance page (also known as the ‘lead generation page’), they will follow a series of tutorial or informational pages that will eventually guide them to the end point. At the end point, there is usually a confirmation page (also known as the ‘conversion’ or ‘landing page’) and sometimes a thank you page (or ‘exit’).

As with any marketing or sales page, you will need to consider which kind of page is the best for your product:

  • Tutorial Page: A tutorial page can be quite informative. You can use it to provide your users with an overview of the process. If possible, you can even guide them through the process of signing up for your product or service. While this type of page can be quite useful, it is best used to generate leads, not conversions.
  • Informational Page: An informational page is great for providing your users with key information about your product or service. It is often used as a lead generation page, but you can also use it to provide additional information about the product or service. For example, let’s say you run a website for cars and you want to provide the user with information about car buying.
  • Confirmation/Conversion Page: A confirmation or conversion page is similar to an informational page, but it has a more subtle purpose. A confirmation page is typically designed to guide the user through a process of selecting the best option for them, whereas an informational page might just provide a large amount of factual information. A conversion page is typically a last step in the funnel, which aims to help the user complete a journey and convert them into a paid customer or subscriber.
  • Thank You Page: A thank you page is similar to a confirmation/conversion page, but it is used to express appreciation for the user rather than trying to convince them to purchase a product.
  • Exit Page: An exit or farewell page is similar to a thank you page, but it is used to express goodbyes rather than appreciation. It can be quite a touching moment when a customer uses an exit page to say goodbye to the people they meet along the way.

The above list contains the most common types of page in a marketing funnel. You will need to consider which ones are the best for your needs. To make changes to a page, you can simply click on the page name in the Content section of the dashboard. Alternatively, you can use the quick edit tool at the top of the page. This tool allows you to make changes directly from the page’s content.

As previously mentioned, you can use a generic name for your page and you can always find a template with a fitting name. However, it is a better practice to use a short page name. This can help you easily find the right page when you are looking for templates in the future. Remember that whenever you create a new page with a generic name, you will have to add a prefix or a suffix to make it unique. This is what makes it easier to find if you have many pages with the same name. For example, if you have a single-page app that you are testing out, you might want to name one of the pages ‘home’ or ‘index’ to make it easily identifiable. In this case, you can use the ‘home’ page as a template to build multiple versions of a single-page app, each one with a different name, like ‘index’, ‘about’, ‘contact’ or ‘portfolio’.

Rename a Page in a Funnel

To rename a page, simply click on the page in the Content section of the dashboard and use the dropdown menu at the top to select the new name for the page.

As shown in the figure above, when you click on the page name, you will see a small dropdown menu with the possible new names for the page. Select the new name from this menu and the page will be updated immediately.

For example, if I wanted to rename the ‘about’ page, I would click on the page name and select the new name from the dropdown menu as shown above. This will then update the content on the ‘about’ page, but it will not change the visual appearance of the page. This is very important because you do not want to confuse your users by changing the appearance of the page.

To rename a page, you can use a special tool in the Content section of the dashboard. When you click on the Page icon at the top of the dashboard, you will see a small popup with the possible new names for the page. Select the new name and the page will be updated immediately, without affecting the appearance of the page.

Use the Right Page for the Job

Sometimes, you might want to use an informational page rather than a conversion or confirmation page for a particular job. Let’s say you are trying to generate leads for an eCommerce store selling baby clothes and you want to use an informational page to guide potential customers through the process of selecting the right product. In this case, you would want to select an informational page as your end point.

As shown in the figure above, when you create a new page in a funnel, you will see a tab at the top called ‘Endpoint.’ This is where you will enter the URL for the final page in the funnel. To create an informational page, I would enter the URL ‘/goods/for/baby/’ in the Endpoint field. This will create a new page with the generic name ‘goods’ and the specific name ‘for baby.’ If I wanted to edit the content on this page, I would click on the page name to open it for editing.

Remember that your URL must end with a slash and have at least 4-6 words. This is because when a person enters your URL in a search engine, it will be detected as a ‘seo’ or ‘search engine optimized’ page, and it will be ranked accordingly. Therefore, make sure to always end your URL with a slash and at least 4-6 words. You can also use https://smarturl.it to build your own custom domains for free. Simply enter your desired domain name and you will be able to use it to point to any page you create.

Generate Leads With Funnels

To begin using funnels, you will first need to generate leads. To do this, you can use various methods, but the most effective one is to create a funnel and advertise it on social media.

As discussed in the above section, a funnel consists of a series of editable pages that guide the user through a process of learning about your product or service, opting in for updates, and eventually buying your product or subscribing to your service. Let’s say you are running a hotel website and you are looking for a way to generate leads. One of the best methods is to create a funnel on your hotel website and advertise it on social media. Through the use of a tool like Google Adsense, you can take advantage of the big Google database of advertisers and create a pay-per-click (PPC) campaign for your hotel. With a PPC campaign, you will set a maximum daily budget for how much you are willing to spend on clicks. When a customer clicks on an ad and purchases a product or service, you will earn a small amount of money, often referred to as ‘cost-per-click.’