Including the Important Pages

Hello, my friend and future millionaire. 

Welcome to this episode of The Money Wheel. 

My name is Kris Hutchinson.

Yesterday I told you about the process on how to set up your website.

Today, I’m going to go over the specific pages that you’re going to need in order to get things selling on your website.

The first thing you’re going to need is a Product Page, and this is a page that your customers are going to go to to find information about their product.

This is the page that they’re probably going to make their decision to buy on. 

So you’re going to want to have your best sales copy here.

The next page you’re going to need is going to be some kind of an Order Form. 

This is where they can input their information: name, address, and their credit card number in order to make the purchase.

And then after that, it’s also important to have some kind of a Thank You page. 

So that way they understand what is going to be next in the process after their card is charged.

The difficult thing is going to be getting these to integrate with your payment processor and also with your autoresponder.

Your payroll processor is the program that’s going to be collecting the charge, but then we also need to notify them with a receipt. 

And if they need any kind of login information, we’ll have to send that to them through your auto responder.

So depending on which programs you’re using for those is really going to determine how to set those up. 

You just want to make sure that you follow the tutorials and find the online instructions for those.

Some other pages you’re going to need are going to be some kind of a Terms of Service, and this is kind of the legalees that all the websites have, and you want to make sure that you link to this on every page.

And also you want to include your Privacy Policy. 

Anytime that you collect information from a client or customer, you need to have some kind of a link to a Privacy Policy so that they understand what it is.

You can have your attorney draw these up for you or you can just find some generic ones online and just make sure that you’re following the policy and that you agree with everything.

It’s pretty easy just to link to all these down in the footer. 

However, anytime you have a form that is asking for their email address, I recommend putting the privacy policy link pretty close to that field, just so they know that they could click on it and see that you do have something set up and that you’re not going to share their email address.

That’s everything I’ve got for today on The Money Wheel.