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Directing prospects to a Sales Page is the next step in building your sales funnel. A sales page is exactly what it sounds like. A webpage that is dedicated selling a product. If you don't have a sales page, then how do you expect to move your product?

There are many different aspects to your sales page. For example, you can include some of the benefits and possible results that can be achieved when using your product. Video and written testimonials are great additions to your sales page too. This is also a good place to include some of your story, but the biggest component to your sales page is the "copy". Your copy is the words on the page that compel someone to purchase your product. There are different ways for you to get the most effective copy.  If you are comfortable writing your own copy, then by all means, give it a try. You can try doing some split testing with more than one sales page to find out what works best.  You may want to consider hiring a professional to design/create your sales page if you don't have a system that provides one for you.

Are you worried because you don't have a product yet? Don't be, because one of the great things about internet marketing is that you can earn commissions or kickbacks for offering other peoples products to your list. You don't even need your own sales page because the product that you're offering will already have one. There are many programs that you can earn affiliate commissions on so if you don't have a product yet you can still make a solid income.

What we've gone over in today's post are just a few things to consider when designing your sales page. Just remember that this is all going to be a matter of trial and error. The most important thing is that you just start somewhere.

I look forward to chatting again soon.

Don't wait for miracles to happen – Be The Miracle!

Bryan Phelps

P.S. Want some ideas on how a sales page should look. Check out this awsome sales page here!