I’ve always wondered about the popularity of Clickfunnels. The tool is incredibly popular, with over 500,000 websites using it and over 1.5 million active users. It’s also one of the most versatile and complex tools available. In this article, I’ll guide you through the process of setting up a pixel conversion for your site using Clickfunnels. This type of conversion allows you to continue to use the same URL and simply changes the design of your site without losing any of the content.]
What is a Pixel Conversion?
A pixel conversion is where a third party takes care of the technicalities of changing your website’s design. You maintain the content and can use whatever you want as a template for your new site. Think of it as someone taking care of all the coding for you. With a pixel conversion, you don’t have to be a technical wizard to set everything up. You can simply choose a design template that you like and are confident enough to code yourself, or you can use the designer’s documentation to help you get set up.
Why Should You Do This?
The main reason why you should do this is because it’s one more step in the right direction. Converting your site to a pixel layout takes the stress out of worrying about all the details involved in changing your site’s design. You can leave all the technicalities to the experts and just focus on continuing to grow your business.
How Long Does It Take?
The whole process of setting up a pixel conversion can take several days to a few weeks. You’re going to want to ensure that you have everything in place before you start implementing the new design. This means taking the time to do some research, read guides, and ask questions. You don’t want to rush the process and end up with glitches in the code that are very difficult to track down. You also don’t want to rush the process and end up with something that doesn’t look or function properly. This can take some time to figure out.
Make Sure You’re Prepared
The first step is to make sure that you’re prepared for this type of change. You need to have a design that you like and are confident enough to code yourself. You should also have a backup plan in case something goes wrong. You’re going to want to leave enough room for future growth and don’t want to limit yourself to a cramped layout. Make sure that you have enough resources available (tech support, etc.) to handle any complications that might arise. If you follow these guidelines, you’re going to be able to implement a pixel conversion and feel confident that you made the right decision for your site’s future.
Choose A Designer
The next step is to choose a designer. You want to make sure that they have vast experience in creating pixel conversions and are able to take the time to walk you through the process. You also don’t want to rush this step and choose a designer who isn’t experienced or who doesn’t have the time to fully explain things to you. In order to find the best possible designer for your needs, do some research and read reviews. You can also reach out to other businesses and see who they recommend. This is a step that can’t be rushed.
Set Up Your PayPal Account
The next step is to set up your PayPal account. You’re going to need this account in order to make payments to the designer. You can use your PayPal account to make payments simply through the checkout process on your site. If you’re not using PayPal, you can set up a new account as long as you have a credit card on file. This step couldn’t be simpler and it’s free. You don’t have to worry about paying for the service later on.
Choose The Best URL
The next step is to choose the best URL. You know the basics of a URL: it’s a web address that allows people to easily find your content. Choosing the best URL is all about putting yourself in the best position to be found online. When you choose a URL that is brandable and has high domain authority, it will naturally lead people to your content. The higher the domain authority, the more likely it is that your link will be included in major news articles, blog posts, and social media posts. To find the best possible URL for your site, do some research and look at other sites that are similar to your own. If you have a specific URL in mind, feel free to enter it into Google and see what comes up. You can also use tools like Link Explorer to find other websites that are linked to your target keywords or phrases. You can find all sorts of valuable information with these tools. Make sure that the URL you choose is concise, easy to understand, and fits your target audience. Since you’re going to be changing the design of your site, it’s also a good idea to choose a URL that is short and sweet so people can easily remember it.
Use The Tools They Provide
The last step is to use the tools that they provide. You’re going to need to utilize several different tools to complete this step. To begin with, you’re going to want to generate a few pages of copy using their free tool, Genesis. This copy will be used to populate the Content area of your new site. You could use this copy to replace the text on your old site or you can choose to keep some of it and update the rest with new content. The choice is yours! You can use their other tools, Action and Funnels, to set up the rest of the pages for your new site. You’re going to want to use these three areas of their tool to get everything setup correctly: Content, Action, and Funnels. To gain full functionality, you’re going to need to purchase their tool. However, it’s still a completely viable option to use their free Genesis tool to get started. You can literally use it to grow your business right now! Don’t forget about the analytics tool, too. You’ll want to use this tool to track the performance of your new site and see how people are behaving once they’ve arrived at your page. This will help you determine what works and what needs to be changed or improved upon.
At the end of the day, setting up a pixel conversion is a lot easier than you’d think. You don’t need to be a technical wizard to complete this step. Simply follow the instructions provided by the tool, use a little bit of common sense, and you’ll be able to set up a pixel conversion and see the benefits for yourself.