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Understand the customer's journey from awareness to purchase to tailor your marketing strategy.

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Describes the customer's journey from awareness to purchase.

Used to visualise and optimise the conversion process.

Involves stages like awareness, interest, decision, and action.

What is a Funnel?

Imagine a kitchen funnel. Wide at the top, narrow at the bottom, guiding the flow of liquid from a broad source into a specific destination. In marketing and sales, a 'Funnel' works similarly. It represents the journey potential customers take from first becoming aware of your product to making a purchase. The funnel stages help businesses understand and strategise how to move people from mere awareness to loyal customers.

Why is a Funnel Important?

The concept of the funnel is crucial for several reasons:

  1. Guided Strategy: It provides a structured approach to marketing and sales efforts, ensuring resources are allocated effectively.
  2. Conversion Optimisation: By understanding where potential customers drop off, businesses can refine their strategies to improve conversion rates.
  3. Customer Insights: The funnel stages offer insights into customer behaviour, preferences, and decision-making processes.
  4. Resource Allocation: Knowing which stages need more attention allows businesses to allocate resources more efficiently.

How Do I Use a Funnel?

  1. Define Stages: Common funnel stages include Awareness, Consideration, Decision, and Action. Define what each stage means for your business.
  2. Monitor and Measure: Use analytics tools to track how potential customers move through the funnel.
  3. Optimise: Identify bottlenecks or drop-off points and refine your strategies to address them.
  4. Engage: Tailor your messaging and engagement strategies for each stage of the funnel.

In a Nutshell...

A funnel is like a roadmap for customer acquisition. It provides a visual representation of the customer journey, helping businesses understand, strategise, and optimise their marketing and sales efforts. By focusing on guiding potential customers through the funnel, businesses can enhance conversions and drive growth.


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Super nice training to have tools for optimising your e-commerce and marketing. Good to have a fresh look at this process again and to come up with new ideas! I would like to do a deep dive with Ewoud again to dive even more specifically into our data.

Rafaella Heuvelmans
Rafaella Heuvelmans
Freelance Online Marketeer