Do you want to create funnel pages using the incredible power of Divi modules that convert like crazy?
While creating sales funnel pages with Divi templates is the easy way, sometimes you want to use your creativity and build pages that scream your brand's personality.
And you can do that by creating full-fledged sales funnels from scratch.
The Divi page builder by Elegant Themes gives you a range of modules for creating your pages and blog posts.
But none for building different components of a sales funnel, such as opt-in pages, checkouts, one-click upsells, and more for your online store.
In our last post, we will look at how you can create sales funnel pages in WooCommerce from scratch using versatile Divi modules.
Let's dive right in.
Divi modules are content building blocks that help you create a webpage without coding just by dragging and dropping.
Divi Modules library offers 40+ modules. These modules provide users with a flexible and efficient way to design visually appealing and interactive web pages.
Take a look at the Divi modules library:
You can add these modules to your page with a single click. Each Divi module comes with individual settings that can be fully customized. You can set the colors, add a border, margin, padding, change content typography, and more.
The modules can be customized further with CSS using the "Advanced" settings.
Furthermore, you can save your settings and use the custom Divi modules on any page, saving you a lot of time and effort.
A sales funnel defines a journey your potential customers go through, a guided path from getting aware of the product to buying it.
You can get your users to sign up for a free offer using an opt-in page. Then you nurture and direct them to a sales page to buy your product. Here are the five major steps in a sales funnel:
With our Funnel Builder’s deep integration with Divi, you can now create appealing components within your sales funnels. And that, too, without writing any complicated codes on your WordPress website.
In the following sections, we will have a look at the Divi modules Funnelkit offers to create different sales funnels.
FunnelKit has two Divi modules ready to be used for creating or customizing the opt-in page.
With the Optin form divi modules, you can add an option form to your web page. The form has two fields: name and email.
You can customize the width of the form fields. Moreover, you can customize the submit button’s title, subtitle, and submitting text.
On the design tab, you can customize the form label typography, input typography, input color, button width, button color, etc.
With this Divi module, you can add a pop-up to your opt-in page. The popup will appear with a form field and one CTA after someone clicks on the trigger button.
For the FunnelKit’s Optin form popup, you can configure the content settings for the “Call to Action Button” and “Popup Form.”
You can change the title, subtitle, button, and text alignment, etc. Moreover, icons to be added on the button along with a popup effect, progress bar, heading/subheadings, form labels, submit button text, etc.
Furthermore, you can configure the progress bar, headings, and design settings for the close button, form, and submit button from here.
This was all about the opt-in divi modules that FunnelKit provides.
FunnelKit offers two Divi modules for WooCommerce checkout pages:
The checkout form module allows you to add a form to WooCommerce checkout page. It lets you collect all the necessary information for placing an order, such as customer information, shipping address, shipping method, payment information, etc.
You can add a collapsible order summary version on the top so users don’t have to go back to see their order details.
You can change the form width for all the sections, such as customer information, shipping address, etc.
For the checkout place order button, you can customize the button text, subtext, add an icon, add order total, etc.
You can edit, remove or rearrange any checkout form field if you want. If you want, you can also add a custom form field. To learn more, read our blog “WooCommerce Checkout Field Editor: How To Customize Your Checkout Form Without Code”
The mini cart module gives users the option to make quick changes to their cart items on the checkout page itself. This WooCommerce mini cart allows you to suppress the additional movement of going back and forth to the WooCommerce cart/checkout page.
FunnelKit lets you easily customize all the Divi modules, including the Mini cart, based on the Content, Design, and Advanced settings.
You can modify the heading title by changing its text, enabling/disabling the product image, using the quantity switcher, and allowing the item deletion option in the Product menu.
Furthermore, you can also enable/disable the coupon options or make them appear in a collapsible format.
If you move to the Design tab, you’ll be able to style the appearance of your Divi mini cart modules.
Using the Funnel Builder, you can create compelling one-click upsell offers to increase the average order value (AOV) of your cart.
To create the upsell page from scratch, FunnelKit offers many divi modules, such as
Using the Funnel Builder, you can create a custom, user-friendly WooCommerce thank you page.
To create the thank you page, FunnelKit offers 2 divi modules:
This will display the customer details such as email, phone number, billing address, and shipping address. You can easily customize the layout, heading, background color, typography, etc.
This divi module will add order details such as product details, subtotal, shipping fee, payment method, and order total. You can customize many settings if you wish to.
Now you know about all the Divi modules FunnelKit provides that you can use to build sales funnel pages from scratch.
Let’s check how you can build a sales funnel page from scratch using the Divi modules FunnelKit offers.
Make sure you already have Divi installed on your WordPress site.
After activating the plugin, follow these steps to create a sales funnel from scratch using Divi modules.
Navigate to FunnelKit ⇒ Funnels from the WordPress admin panel and click the ‘Add New Funnel’ button.
Now choose the funnel you want to build and the page builder as Divi. And since we are going to build one from scratch, click on “Start from scratch.”
Now name the sales funnel and click on Add.
This will create a sales funnel.
Note: Now you need to add steps. For example, here we will show you how you can build a checkout page and thank you page from scratch using Divi Modules. You can follow the same steps to create the other sales funnel pages.
To add a checkout page to the sales funnel you just created, click on “Add New Step”.
Now select the Divi page builder and click on “Start from scratch”. Then provide the name and click on Add.
To edit the checkout page template click on the ‘Edit’ option and after that click on the “Edit Template” option.
Now choose a layout.
After selecting the layout, search and add FunnelKit’s divi modules for the checkout page. Here is first adding the checkout form divi module.
Similarly, add the Mini cart divi module. And your checkout page is ready. You can customize the modules if you need.
Here is how it will look :
To add a thank you page, click on “Add New Step.
Now choose “Thank you pages”, then Divi as your page builder, and click on “Start from scratch.” Then provide a name and click on “Add.”
Now click on the Edit option for the thank you page and then click on “Edit Template”.
After that, choose a layout and add the thank you divi modules.
Here is what the thank you page looks like
Repeat the same process to build all the pages of the sales funnel.
Sales funnels play a significant role in ensuring you achieve a high conversion rate. To ensure your customers convert, you need to provide them with a smooth, user-friendly experience on your Divi website.
With access to a library of Divi templates at your disposal and custom Divi modules, you have everything you need to create beautiful and converting sales funnels. With FunnelKit, the WooCommerce builder for Divi, you can now create beautiful sales funnels from scratch.
Along with creating a sales funnel, you can also A/B test each page of the funnel to find out what resonated with your target audience.