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Keywords: Diagramming, Diagrams in UML, Information visualization, Sales funnel
A sales funnel (also known as purchase funnel, purchasing funnel, revenue funnel, buying funnel, earnings process, customer funnel, or simply 'funnel') is a marketing model that depicts the user journey or customer journey, which encompasses the stages that a customer expects to go through when buying a product or service. This concept is based on the assumption that all customers are led through similar stages when making a purchase. The first step in the traditional sales funnel is 'awareness' and the last step is the 'action.' Visualizing your sales funnel can transform your organization since it is versatile and customizable from company to company.
How to Create a Sales or Marketing Funnel
This page was last edited on 04/21/2021.