The flowchart illustrates the sales funnel structure which starts at the awareness stage. At this stage, a user becomes aware of the product/service from a source such as product ad, social media post, google search or feedback from a friend. The process moves into another stage called “interest” when the user learns more about the product/service from educational content and develops an interest in it. Then, in the “decision” step, the user looks for the motivation to get the product/service. This might be a discount code, free shipping, and bonus product. In the action stage, the user either leaves without buying a product/service or makes a purchase and turns into a customer.

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/g Awareness
Product/service ad:-from-User becomes aware of the product/service:queue
Brand social media post-from-User becomes aware of the product/service
Feedback from friend/family-from-User becomes aware of the product/service
Google search-from-User becomes aware of the product/service
/g Interest
User becomes aware of the product/service–>User learns more about service/product
User learns more about service/product-from-educational content
User learns more about service/product–>User develops an interest
/g Decision
User develops an interest–>User looks for motivation to get the product/service
Discount code–User looks for motivation to get the product/service
Free shipping–User looks for motivation to get the product/service
Bonus product–User looks for motivation to get the product/service
/g Action
User looks for motivation to get the product/service–>User makes a purchase and turns into a customer
User makes a purchase and turns into a customer–>User becomes part of the ecosystem:queue
User looks for motivation to get the product/service–>User leaves without buying a product/service:queue

About Flowcharts

A flowchart, or flow chart, is a type of diagram that shows a step-by-step view of a process. Flowcharts document the tasks and decisions needed to achieve a specific goal. A basic flowchart is easy to make and understand. Businesses, engineers and software designers often use flowcharts to diagram their ideas.

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