80 Ways to Grow Your Automated Funnel to Maximize Reach + Profit

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the guide is divided into three chapters


Set the foundations

Let’s get started! The foundations is all about putting together a high-converting funnel and your objectives for the funnel.

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Why foundations are important. Setting strong foundations for your funnel is important because before you grow your funnel (aka bring more people in), you need to make sure that it converts. If you're attracting hundreds of people to your funnel every day, but it's not optimized where a large percentage of them actually join, you're basically filling a cup that has a hole.

1. Build a Fully Automated Funnel

What's worse than not marketing your funnel is marketing an incomplete funnel. Before you go on and market your funnel, make sure that your funnel is fully complete & automated. Don't make a mistake I made where you start promoting before you've built & tested everything and start getting emails asking why the link isn't working!

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2. Use ONE Link for Promotion

You should have one link that you use to promote the funnel. Yes, you may have different duplicated versions of it to track where your sources best convert, but you shouldn't be placing more than one link in one area.

3. Make the End Goal Extremely Clear

You should set a clear goal for your funnel for yourself as well as your audience. Does this link lead to a free resource where the goal is to sign up & enter the automated funnel? Or is it a link to a sales page where you'll place Facebook pixels and retarget them again in the future?

This goes the same for your audience. IF they click the link, where will they go? Why should they click the link in the first place? If you can't answer these questions, you should re-visit the objectives of why you're building + growing your funnel in the first place.

4. Maximize by Utilizing Email Automation

Many people set up their free resources with a free lead magnet and only utilize the "email incentive" feature.

Basically, they only send one email directly related to the lead magnet and call it a day.

To make sure that you're maximizing your reach with every person who signs up, use tools like Activecampaign to send emails automatically after someone signs up to sell your products/services.

5. Get Ready to Sell

If you're thinking, "Hae, should I send a weekly newsletter to these people?" - I need you to STOP. Stop thinking that if they sign up for your email list, that you have to send them endless value to deserve to sell to them.

They signed up for your lead magnet because they have a problem and your lead magnet offered a solution. They're interested, and you're holding the solution.

So stop thinking that you need to "earn" your right to send sales emails. If they don't want to be sold to, they'll unsubscribe, and you'll be left with the right people who want to hear/learn/purchase from you.

6. Know Where Your Sales Are Coming From

Does it make sense to pour water in a jar that's leaking? That's exactly what you're doing when you focus on a traffic source that doesn't perform well. To amplify your reach and make sure that your time is spent on the right things, make sure you track your sources and sales.

Inside Funnel in a Day, you'll get a funnel metrics spreadsheet and a Google Analytics workshop that helps you track this easily.

7. Make the Journey Clear

When you think of funnels, it's easy to only think of landing pages, tech, etc., and forget that you're creating a journey where real people are reading and experiencing. When you build your funnel, make sure that you know where your audience will be and the objective at every step. Don't make things confusing for your audience.

8. Optimize Conversions Consistently

Using a metrics tracker like what we have in Funnel in a Day, keep track of your conversion rates and optimize them. Along with the metrics tracker and Google Analytics, we use tools like Clarity from Microsoft to find out heatmaps and view recordings of user experience.

9. Optimize + Update Your Copy

The words you put in your funnel + emails should always be optimized! Depending on the performance, try & test different versions (we call it A/B testing) and consistently improve how you're delivering the message to your audience.

10. Make Your CTAs Are Clear

More important than having a pretty funnel is having a clear funnel. In #9, you should've optimized & updated your copy so that your audience knows exactly why they're here and what you can do to help them.

Now, you should make sure that they know exactly what to click (links, buttons, etc.) to get to the next step.

11. Invest in Your Funnel

Whether it's investing in an expert to build your website or using paid advertising to explode your traffic, you need to be prepared to invest in your funnel.

The reason why our clients pay us $12,000+ to build funnels is that they are ready to make an investment in something they know they will make back. Once a funnel is built, it's a machine that can be used for years to bring you profit.

Your Website

put it in your website

Your website is valuable real estate that you should be taking advantage of. Use every chance you have to grow by utilizing this!

Note: While you can utilize all ideas mentioned in this section, I heavily recommend choosing wisely from the list to implement. Implementing all ideas could cause your site to look distracting or overly promotional if you don't design it correctly.

With that said, let's begin!

12. Your Main Navigation

On your website, you should put the link to your funnel inside your main navigation. This means that next to your links where you have your home, about, blog, etc., you should put the link to your funnel with titles such as "Free Guide."

13. Your Footer Navigation

Along with your main navigation, if you have footer navigation that contains your legal pages, contact, etc., make sure you place your funnel link there as well.

14. Create a Top Bar Row

On the top section of your site, create a full-width row that directly promotes your funnel or lead magnet.

This is an example we did for our client. You'll not only see a top bar row but an example of the main navigation. Additionally, you'll see that the entire first fold (what you see on your screen when you load a website without scrolling) promotes the funnel lead magnet.

We created this on WordPress using Beaver Builder and Beaver Themer, but you can use plugins such as Hellobar to add it to your current WordPress website.

15. Create a Row in Your Homepage

Create a promotional row on your homepage that leads directly to the funnel or lead magnet. In the example below, one of our clients created a promotional row that led straight to the sales page.

16. Create a Row in Your Footer

Along with your footer navigation, it's always beneficial to place another row in your footer to remind your audience to sign up when they've scrolled down. In most cases, your audience will see this after they have read your blog posts.

By this time, they've already gone through at least one page on your site, so it's another friendly reminder to sign up.

Here is an example of this we built in our client's website:

17. Create a Row in Your Blog Archive Page

Creating a section that promotes your funnel in your blog is extremely important because that's essentially your hub of new audience users. If you're utilizing SEO correctly, you should be getting new audience users every day through your articles.

Here is an example that we have on our site. We developed it so that your audience can sign up directly from the page. However, this can be easily done by creating a wide graphic, placing it as a full-width element, and linking it straight to your funnel landing page.

18-21. Create a Row before Your Blog Post

Inside your blog post page, you can place your funnel in the following areas:

18. Before the blog post
19. Inside the blog post
20. In the blog post sidebar
21. Below the blog post

22. Write Goal-Oriented Blog Posts

If you feel uncomfortable placing your funnel in blog posts that are not related to your funnel, it's always a great idea to publish articles specifically about your funnel.

23. Email Signature

While this isn't something you put on a website, you can insert your funnel or lead magnet in your email signature so that you're consistently spreading awareness of your funnel.

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Social Media

place it in social media

There are two ways you can grow your funnel via social media: active marketing & placing it in social media real estate.

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24. Insert your funnel in your Instagram bio
25. Your Instagram stories – create a promotional slide and post it each week/month
26. Create Instagram story highlights about your funnel
27. Publish promotional Instagram posts that have a CTA as the funnel
28. Go on Instagram lives/IGTV with a CTA to your funnel
29. Publish stories asking your audience to engage if they want to sign up for your lead magnet
30. Direct message audience members who showed interest in engagement stories
31. Advertise the funnel using Instagram posts directly
32. Publish story ads for your funnel

Facebook Page

33. Update your Facebook page cover to promote funnel/lead magnet
34. Write a description for your cover image and insert a link to the funnel/lead magnet
35. Update your Facebook about information and insert a link to your funnel
36. Create a Facebook post for your funnel and pin it to the top of your page
37. Go live on your Facebook page as a mini webinar with a CTA to your funnel
38. Set your video as a featured video on your page
39. Update your Facebook contact button to go to the funnel
40. Set up a messenger automation where if someone sends you a message, they receive an automated response that prompts them to join the funnel
41. Run paid ads for your funnel using Facebook ads

Facebook Group

42. Create a Facebook group specifically for your funnel
43. Create a cover photo to promote your funnel
44. Write a description for your cover image and insert a link to the funnel/lead magnet
45. Insert link to your funnel in the Facebook group description
46. Create a Facebook post for your funnel and pin it to the top of your group
47. Create a question for joining the group and ask your audience to sign up for the funnel
48. Each week, create a post tagging + welcoming new members to the group and promote the funnel in that post
49. Every week (or even day), publish content that promotes the funnel
50. Go live inside the Facebook group that promotes the funnel."
51. Create learning modules inside the Facebook group that leads to entering the funnel


52. Create specific boards related to the funnel
53. Every week, publish a new pin that leads to the funnel
54. Update your Pinterest profile and place your funnel link
55. Update your board descriptions and place your funnel link
56. Run paid Pinterest ads for your funnel


57. Add verbal CTAs inside your YouTube videos with links inside the video
58. Update your YouTube descriptions with your funnel landing page
59. Add a comment in your YouTube videos about your funnel and pin it
60. Update your channel banner to promote your funnel
61. Create a link to your funnel on your channel
62. Update your channel about section
63. Run YouTube ads to your funnel
64. Partner with other creators and offer your funnel lead magnet as a gift


65. Update your LinkedIn about section and place the link to your funnel
66. Place funnel links as the CTA in your LinkedIn articles
67. Publish LinkedIn posts with CTA to funnel
68. Run paid LinkedIn campaigns for your funnel

Note: The following are not essentially social media but can be done along with the rest.

Email Marketing

69. Send an email to your interested list (you can use a link click trigger to help them sign up without actually needing to put in their email address again.)
70. Place it in your email signature for both personal and email marketing campaigns
71. Insert it in your “out of office” emails
72. Add the funnel link as the CTA in your weekly emails
73. Promote the funnel after someone signs up for a different lead magnet


74. Place your funnel as the CTA in your podcast episodes
75. Include an “ad” that you created that promotes the funnel
76. Include the funnel link in your podcast show notes and descriptions
77. Create an “ad” in your conclusions that promote the funnel
78. Become a featured guest on other podcasts and promote the funnel
79. Sponsor someone else's podcast with your funnel

80. Constantly Talk About Your Funnel

I've given you 79 tips so far on how you can grow your funnel. Many of our clients succeed by just implementing some of these tips. However, the clients I see succeed the most aren't afraid to talk about it constantly.

Go live, send messages, build relationships, and grow the funnel that you worked so hard to build.

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