Many times, someone will ask me how I get my marketing funnels to convert. Well, I have to tell you it’s not as easy as it seems. It takes a lot of experimenting and trial and error to figure out what works best for you. To save you the hassle, I’ve decided to blog about some of the most useful tools I’ve discovered over the years that can help you easily create effective marketing funnels.

Sales Jungle

One of the first platforms I used to test out different approaches was Sales Jungle. One of the things I really liked about this platform is that you can create multiple marketing funnels and A/B test them. This way, you can find out what works best for your audience. You can find many bloggers who are creating videos, articles, and eBooks around the world of marketing. With Sales Jungle, you can put in all the content you want to use and can even choose the layout and design for your funnel.


If you’re looking for the simplest way to create a sales funnel, then you can’t go wrong with HubSpot. All you need to do is identify the person who will be interacting with your leads (such as the buyer persona), choose a template that you think fits their needs, add your content, and you’re done. You can’t make a mistake with HubSpot because the entire platform is drag and drop friendly. Creating a sales funnel using HubSpot is like pulling teeth!


As I said before, not all funnels will convert at the same rate. That’s why you need to find out what works best for your audience. One of the things I like most about Clickfunnels is that it has a bunch of pre-made templates you can use to get started. You can choose the basic funnel, which is basically a series of landing pages with a single conversion goal such as signing up for the email list or making a purchase. You can access all the templates from a simple dashboard.

If you’ve been searching for a simple to use yet powerful solution to create a sales funnel, then Clickfunnels is exactly what you need. Along with the templates, the drag and drop feature makes it even easier to get started. The best part is you can test out different combinations of landing pages to see which one works best for your audience. For instance, you might want to try out a combination of a video and a webinar for your next funnel.

Pro Sales Club

Another platform I used to test various marketing funnels is Pro Sales Club. This is a more complex solution than the others but can help you automate many of the tasks. For example, let’s say you want to create an email marketing promotion for your product. You can use automated emails (such as drip campaigns) to send out marketing material to your audience. You can also set up autoresponders so when someone signs up for your email list, you’ll immediately get a notification and can nurture them along with drip campaigns. Plus, you can create a membership site along with your eCommerce store so users can get all the benefits of being a member. It’s a one-stop-shop for automate the entire sales funnel.

Marketing Duck Duck Go

One of the simplest ways to create a sales funnel, and one of the most effective ones, is via social media. You can use tools like Marketing Duck Duck Go to automate the process of finding your target audiences on different social platforms and engaging with them on a regular basis. Through social media, you can choose to engage with your audience via blogs, articles, or videos. You can even start a conversation on a social network and when a lead comes in, you can follow up with them using the same platform.

Analytics Platforms

If you’d like to accurately track the progress of your marketing efforts, then you can’t go wrong with analytics platforms. Google Analytics is the most popular choice among marketers. Not only does it provide you with all the tools you need to accurately track website traffic, but it also allows you to create different user profiles, which you can then follow up with email campaigns, etc.

In case you’re wondering, these solutions are all powerful and can do a lot for your business; it’s just a matter of finding the right tool for you.