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Website and funnels


Properly describing products on a website can help to increase customer engagement and boost sales via website funnels. A funnel on a website refers to the series of steps that a website visitor goes through to convert into a customer or lead. The funnel typically consists of several stages, starting with awareness and interest, and ending with a conversion, such as making a purchase or filling out a form.

Scope of website funnels development

1. Use clear and concise language: Use simple and easy-to-understand language to describe the product, its features, and its benefits. Avoid using technical jargon or industry-specific terms that may be unfamiliar to most customers.
2. Use bullet points: Use bullet points to list the key features and benefits of the product, making it easy for customers to scan and understand.
3. Highlight unique selling points: Identify and highlight the unique selling points of the product, such as its exclusive features, quality, or eco-friendliness, that set it apart from competitors.
4. Include high-quality images: Use high-resolution images that clearly show the product from different angles and in different settings. Use zoom functionality to allow customers to see details of the product.
5. Add customer reviews: Include customer reviews and ratings on the product page, to give customers an idea of the product’s performance and to build trust.
6. Provide detailed information: Provide detailed information about the product, such as size, weight, material, and care instructions, to help customers make informed purchasing decisions.
7. Optimize for SEO: Use relevant keywords and phrases in the product title and description, to improve search engine visibility and attract more potential customers.
8. Be consistent: Keep the product descriptions consistent across all pages and platforms, to avoid confusion and to maintain a professional image.

The stages of a typical website funnel include:

1. Awareness: This is the top of the funnel where website visitors become aware of the product or service offered on the website.

2. Interest: In this stage, visitors show interest in the product or service by exploring the website and learning more about it.

3. Consideration: In this stage, visitors are considering the product or service and evaluate if it meets their needs.

4. Intent: Visitors are now interested in the product or service and are considering taking action such as making a purchase or filling out a form.

5. Conversion: Visitors take the desired action, such as purchasing a product, filling out a form or subscribing to a service.

Website content development stages

Development and translations of website pages. Custom management of landing pages, as a first stop of the visitor impressed by your product. Development of product descriptions with the high attention to actionability, proper grammar and spelling, and highlighting your product value.

  • Webpage website content
  • Develop landing pages
  • Web in-depth analysis
  • Web technical audit
  • Web content audit
  • Usability audit
  • Content SEO audit
  • Keyword management
  • Semantic core

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Deliverables of website funnels development

Developing a funnel on a website involves a series of steps to guide visitors through the buying process and convert them into customers. Here are the general steps we use to develop a funnel on a website:

1. Define the goal: Determine the specific goal of the funnel, such as increasing sales, generating leads, or building an email list.

2. Identify the stages: Break down the funnel into stages, such as awareness, interest, consideration, intent, and conversion.

3. Create a landing page: Develop a landing page for each stage of the funnel, where visitors will be directed from ads, social media, or search engines.

4. Optimize for conversion: Optimize each landing page for conversion by using persuasive copy, images, and calls-to-action (CTA) that guide visitors to the next stage of the funnel.

5. Use tracking and analytics: Use tracking and analytics tools to measure the performance of each stage of the funnel and identify areas for improvement.

6. Test and optimize: Continuously test and optimize the funnel by making small changes and analyzing the results to improve the user experience and increase conversions.

7. Measure and adjust: Continuously measure and adjust the performance of the funnel using analytics and testing to identify opportunities for improvement and increase conversions.

8. Personalize the experience: Personalize the experience for different segments of visitors by tailoring the message and offering based on their behavior and preferences.

9. Follow up: Follow up with leads and customers to build a relationship and increase the chances of repeat business.


Starts at 750€ per month.