By Ann Mullen Last fall I shared some creative sales funnels I found. Marketers use them a lot and they like to get creative with their own version. I found some new ones I thought you might find interesting as well. What is the purpose of sales funnels? They are for the edification of whoever the marketer is writing the article for. The basic idea is for the reader to remember that while the beginning of a sales campaign starts with a large number of possible clients, only a fraction will actually commit. But I also think these sales funnels help the marketers themselves both to keep these ideas forefront in their own minds and as a creative release. So who are these funnels for? What do you think?--Ann
Guest Blogger: Ann Mullen You can go look at sales funnels for yourself on Google Images any time you want, but I thought I would show you a few different ones. Why am I so interested in sales funnels besides the fact that they are colorful? I like them because they are so different. Whatever you want to study you can create as a funnel. It starts at the top with a general topic and winds up very specific. I have also discovered in my quest that not all sales funnels are even shaped like a funnel. So for your edification and my enjoyment, here are some sales funnels.