Not everyone likes that ClickFunnels affiliate badge to be shown on their pages.
I’m not all that comfortable with it myself, Tbh.
But you know what? I kept it for a reason which I will tell you later in this post of how you can easily remove ClickFunnels badge or “made with ClickFunnels” badge or logo from all your funnels and pages.
So, let us get down to business on how to get rid of ClickFunnels badge.
How To Get Rid Of ClickFunnels Badge
This is in TWO ways, the first one is removing the badge from your existing funnels. Here is the step-
by-step process for the 1st:
- Step #1: Go to an existing funnel and click on Edit Page for the page in the funnel with the ClickFunnels badge.
- Step #2: Select General from the Settings menu
- Step #3: Select Hide from the affiliate badge drop-down menu here
Now for the second way – getting rid of ClickFunnels badge from your future funnels:
- Step #4: Navigate to Account Settings and select Account Details from the profile menu
- Step #5: Click on Expand next to affiliate Setting
- Step #6: Turn the badge off for the ClickFunnels affiliate badge
- Step #7: Click Save
You should be good to go now. Just test your funnel to see everything is going smoothly well.
Why Should You Keep ClickFunnels Badge On Your Pages?
How about a DEAL where you get paid when your funnel visitors click on your “Made with ClickFunnels”, then signs up along the way… Heck YES!
YOU GET A COMMISSION! Of 20%.
As long as they remain a user, that’s a freaking recurring monthly income!!!
That’s the reason why I decided to keep my ClickFunnels affiliate badge on my pages/funnels. I mean who cares the type of page builder I use?
BUT whoever cares should click on that badge and get started with ClickFunnels. Isn’t that a win-win-win situation for me, my visitors and ClickFunnels? Triple wins.
I do understand if you might not want to keep yours, that fine. But I’m just leaving mine that way at the moment.
There is nothing bad in trying to keep everything clean, classic and professional.
Removing Badge – Simple Steps On Using ClickFunnels
Step #1: Selecting Your Funnel Type
There are 22 sales funnels for free that you can use to get started fast on ClickFunnels without trying to do it all from scratch. Or maybe you’re not really sure which one you should use.
Nothing to worry about. you have a free FREE copy of Funnel Cookbook which will show you what type of funnel you should use for your specific business.
Step #2: Pick Template
Inside of ClickFunnels, there are dozens of amazing templates that are scientifically proven to convert that you can use for free inside of your account!
Step #3: Organize Funnel
ClickFunnels gives you the ability to customize your funnel steps until it’s perfect for you! Want to add an upsell? Trade the sales page for a video sales letter?
Inside of ClickFunnels you have total flexibility to make your funnel your own and of course remove badges and all that.
Step #4: Edit and Customize Pages
Inside of the ClickFunnels page editor, you have the ability to customize the pages to your heart’s content.
If you like to have more control over your pages, there are advanced tools that will allow you to add in custom CSS, adjust colors, padding and lots of fancy stuff.
Step #5: Start Adding Products
Create your products, choose the price you want to sell them for, and within minutes you can be up and selling online without delay.
Yes, ClickFunnels has a full shopping cart, so you don’t need any 3rd party shopping cart software to sell your products online. It’s all included free with your ClickFunnels account.
Step #6: Split Testing
The best way to make more money isn’t to get more traffic, it’s by converting more of the traffic that is already coming into your funnels. Setting up split tests in ClickFunnels is simple and you can try to beat your control every day.
Step #7: Setup Automation and Sequences
You can setup emails and text messages to go out when people join your lists, purchase a product, register for a webinar and more with the inbuilt Actionetics.
Smart segmentation allow you to only show these messages to the right people inside of your funnel. Maybe you don’t want to use the email platform within ClickFunnels – then you can integrate a third-party solution like ConvertKit or GetResponse. Preferably.
Step #8: Launch Checklist
Now that you have your funnel set up, check the launch checklist tab to make sure that everything is setup right, and then it’s time to start promoting your new funnel. DRIVE TRAFFIC.
Step #9: Track Your Sales
The ClickFunnels dashboards will show you how many people are joining your lists, which funnels they are buying products through and more.
I will also recommend you get yourself an advanced link tracking tool like ClickMagick to see where each of your individual visitors and sales is coming from. And also track each link click in your funnels and pages all over the internet. Click read more about ClickMagick link tracking software.
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