On a coaching call this week, a client told me she loves our calls because she always learns some new ClickFunnels tips.
She can’t wait to hear what great rare tip I have to share each session.
I was immensely flattered.
Honestly, I just love to learn, and in turn, teach.
So today I bring to you three ClickFunnels tips to make your funnelbuilding process just a smidge easier.
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1. Search Stock Photos Directly INSIDE ClickFunnels!
Most people don’t know this, but you can find free stock photography from Pixabay, IconFinder, and Unsplash without leaving ClickFunnels.
When you go to upload an image, check the left-hand side of the page.
Directly next to “LIBRARY”, you’ll see “SEARCH.”
Just click and gain access to tons of free stock photography!
This saves a ton of time from having to go to each individual website, download the image, and upload it to ClickFunnels.
2. Hide Your Page From Search Engines
This is one I often forget about.
If you have a page you’d rather not have random people find, you can hide it from search engines!
Once you’re inside the page editor, go to “SETTINGS” and down to “GENERAL.”
You’ll see an option to hide the page from search engines.
This trick works great with pages like…
- Order confirmation pages with private fulfillment details
- OTO pages that require people to make a purchase on a previous funnel step first
- Webinar or Summit video pages you need people to register for before watching
- Pages in development that aren’t ready for the public eye yet
3. Mobile Optimize Fonts From the Desktop View
There are so many options when you click into an element’s settings.
So many, in fact, it’s easy to skip your eyes over the ones you rarely use.
That seems to be the case with the mobile font size option for text elements.
If you go to a text element’s settings, directly under the font size you’ll see the mobile font size.
It’s important to optimize your pages for mobile since over 50% of all web traffic is now viewed from a mobile device.
And once you’re done optimizing your fonts, be sure to check the rest of your page for mobile optimization opportunities.
Just click the little mobile phone icon near the top-left of the tool bar.
The page will turn into a mobile version of the editor!
And those are my 3 ClickFunnels tips for the week.
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