Book Funnel Examples

Most Ebook writers consider their book to be the product. And so, they focus on selling the actual book for a bunch of cash. For them, it all ends with a purchase of the book. On the other hand, authors who have a marketing side know that a book can accomplish a lot more than just bring in one-time revenue. The book itself can be a channel for acquiring leads, customers, subscribers, email signups, and just about any marketing goal you may have – including cash flow. But how do you transform a book from an informational material to a conversion machine? The answer is – Book funnel. On this page you will discover: What to write in your own book funnel How companies have used book funnels successfully How to model their structure to use for your own book funnel and more! Scroll down to know more about what a book funnel is and why you need one.

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Book Funnel Templates

As far as book funnel examples are concerned, there aren’t a lot of examples on the internet. At least not like what we have got on this website. For one, our funnel library is one of the largest on the web. For another, the funnels in our library were extracted from real life campaigns.

Using this library, you can come up with ideas on the best structure for your book sales funnel. You will better understand how savvy marketers design high-performing funnels and apply their strategies to your own book. What’s more? Regardless of what kind of business you are looking to acquire leads for, you can find just the right book funnel template to match your objective. Check out our stash of funnels above and pick one that suits your goals.

What Is A Book Funnel?

A book sales funnel is a marketing strategy used by marketing-savvy authors to take their readers through a journey in order to convert them to leads or paying customers. This type of funnel is basically a funnel designed as a book and plays the same function as a regular sales funnel. Inside the book, the author places links in strategic pages to their website, newsletter opt-in form, or sales page

Why Use A Book Funnel?

The goal of a book funnel is to get your readers to take a specific action that allows you to continue to build your relationship with them, even after they have finished reading your book. In a typical book funnel, your potential customer is your reader. And as they go through your book, you want to take your reader through a series of processes that further solidifies their relationship with you, the author. A successful book funnel is one that gets leads, or potential customers, for your business. With your book funnel, you are ultimately using a book as a customer generation tool, to generate more leads, or get more people to purchase your product/service. Pick one example from our gallery above and see for yourself.

How to Use A Book Funnel?

It’s pretty easy to use our funnel library.

All you need to do is:

  • - Sign up with your name and email address to get full (and secure) access to all of our free funnel templates.
  • - Browse through the gallery and look for funnels that were designed for products similar to yours. 
  • - Study the structure or just copy, paste, and edit the template.

When building your funnel, try to make it rich with tons of valuable information for your readers that will help them in their business. This is the only thing that will convince them to go through your funnel and increase their chances of converting to leads/customers. Pick a template above to get started.