How many times have you wanted to scream at WooCommerce and throw your computer against the wall? It’s ok if you need to use your toes to count as well. I’ll wait
Well, Cartflows may finally be the solution to the WooCommerce problem. And in today’s post, I’m going to show you how you can supercharge your sales funnel using Cartflows with Divi to build a complete lead gen funnel with one-time-offer from scratch. Let’s dive in.
First off, what is the problem with WooCommerce?
Well, there are a few main issues with Woo:
- Limited customization of the product sales pages
- Limited customization of the checkout pages
- Doesn’t support one-click upsells natively
- Difficult to create full sales funnel processes
If Woo is all you’ve ever known, these may not exactly sound like problems.
But I pride myself on helping you find the perfect tools for your next project, so I have tested many of the selling tools out there, and almost all of them are beating WooCommerce in their ability to increase the average customer value of your visitors.
How does Cartflows solve this problem?
Cartflows gives you full customization of your WooCommerce sales flow. Want a one click upsell? Done. Want to add some additional testimonials to your checkout page? Done.
It also adds a powerful reporting layer on top of each page in your funnel, which is important for conversion rate optimization.
Cartflows works with any page builder like Divi or Brizy, and sits on top of WooCommerce. This means that anything WooCommerce integrates with, Cartflows does automatically (very smart design!).
Does Cartflows Work for Lead Gen?
At this early stage of Cartflows, they are focused on starting their funnels from product sales pages.
They have announced that they want to include more lead gen features in the mean time, but it’s not something baked directly into the tool.
But we’re crafty people, and got something really awesome working, which is the funnel below:
This simple flow offers a visitor a simple lead gen offer (like a cheat sheet or quick guide), and before delivering the offer in the email, offers them a steeply discounted paid offer.
This is a bread and butter sales funnel that has helped build my wife’s blog so successfully, and is a great fit for any blogging business.
Want to learn how to set it up? Check out the tutorial:
How to set up a lead gen funnel using Cartflows and Divi
I didn’t spend any time on sales copy or trying to make the pages look beautiful, because I wanted to focus on the functionality of Cartflows.
And as you can see, even for a very new software, there are some exciting opportunities ahead!
Are you feeling the flow?
What do you make of Cartflows? Is it just another tool that adds complexity to your business? Or will it become a centerpiece to your overall online business strategy? Let me know in the comments below!