Most sales funnel examples are incredibly complex. Sales funnel experts call their own funnels “easy and fast to build.” But still they spend 4-6 months building one for themselves. Most of them don’t even do it alone; they hire two or three companies to help with the workload.
I always aim to get the first version of a funnel ready quickly. But even the fastest-to-build funnels I build with clients take a couple dozen hours to finish. And as with all normal sales funnels, you need to get them ready to get results.
The autoresponder sales funnel example we look at here is different. An “autoresponder” is a series of automated emails people get when they join your email list. You don’t need to write all the emails at once. As soon as you have one ready, you can set it up and get some results. Sure, you won’t get much out of a single email—unless you’re an amazing copywriter. But this makes it far easier to build a sales funnel while you’re busy with other work. When you have time to write another email, you add it to your autoresponder funnel. And sooner or later you’re ready.
Another unusual benefit is that it’s especially good for selling complicated, customized, and/or expensive things. You get people to apply for a sales call. Most sales funnels can do that with some modification. But they’re aimed for (and therefor better for) automated sales.
If people already join your email list, this is the easiest sales funnel I can think of. There’s another funnel that might be even faster to finish. I’ll go through that another time (click here to get updates). But even that one is more difficult to build—and it won’t work until it’s 100% done.
If you want to generate sales with your email list, this sales funnel example might be your best option.
If you just want to download the autoresponder sales funnel examples, click here.
The examples are:
- B-to-B service company targeting small and mid-size companies
- B-to-C product manufacturer targeting middle-class men