In order to build a complete funnel, you need to have a thank you page after the users opt-in on the Opt-in page.
This page would thank them for their interest, and also guide then to where they can access their free product.
Not only that, a thank you page can also be used to engage more with the leads by asking them to connect with you on other social media platforms, or by urging them to continue shopping with your store.
Let's see how to add an Optin Thankyou page to your funnel:
Step 1: Add a New Step
First, open the Opt-in funnel you wish to add the thank you page to.
Then, click on the Add New Step button at the bottom of the page to add a new page to your existing funnel.
From the pages listen, select the Optin Thankyou page to add.
Next, you will be asked to name the page. Name it as you want for your reference, and hit create to add the page to the funnel.
Now this is how your Opt-in funnel builder would look:
Step 2: Import a Template
To begin editing the page, click on the pencil icon.
Select and import the template that matches with your Opt-in page for a more cohesive look.
But you can also choose to build the page from scratch with the Elementor widgets.
Here we will be importing from the templates provided:
Step 3: Customize the Page in Elementor
To customize the Optin Thankyou page in Elementor, click on the Edit button.
You can drag and drop widgets on the page to display the information you want. You can show the product image, shipping address and more on the page.
Step 4: Change the Copy and Design of the Page
You can customize the copy displayed on the page from the Content tab.
And also change the color, typography, and more from the Style tab.
Step 5: Link the Page
You can add a CTA button on the page and link it to another page on your website, or to any other external page like your Facebook group, or your blog post.
This keeps the users engaged and helps you build better bonds with them.
Step 6: Custom Pages
In case you do wish to use another page builder than Elementor to design the Optin Funnel pages, you can use the Custom tab at the very beginning, instead of choosing a template in Elementor.
You can use page builders like Divi, Oxygen, Beaver Builders, and others to design the funnel pages fit for your brand.
Step 7: Save Changes
Once you're happy with the final look of your page, click on the Update button at the bottom of the screen.
And there you have your Optin funnel all set!