Divi tutorial and how to create and edit a pricing table with Divi
and the Divi builder. Divi is an easy to use and beginner friendly as well because it has an easy to use drag and drop feature.. So would you like to be able to sell your products and services on your website? Well that is exactly what I will show you how to do when it comes to setting up pricing tables. Setting those up may actually be easier then you think. I did a step by step Divi tutorial video about how to do this and you can check it out below.
Why offer free trials then? There are a lot of things you can do with Divi when it comes to creating a good looking website. In this Divi tutorial how ever I am focusing how easy it can be to create and edit a pricing table section with the Divi builder. Divi is very easy to use because it has a drag and drop function. This means that even if you are a beginner you still will succeed with using this website design tool. You can change color of the text and background and more as you can see in my Divi tutorial video above. In my examples in the video I have set up a offer involving a free trials. Free trials are very powerful when it comes to getting new clients. Not every trial taker will become a paid customer, but many may become just that. Because people like free stuff and if they can try out your offer without paying anything and if your offer is good, then you might just soon see some payments coming into your bank account or PayPal account or any other payment option you might be using right now.
Many companies out there are using free trials simply because they work and provides results for them, that is if you have a good offer. You can set up as many offers as you want with different price tags when setting up your pricing sections on your website with the Divi builder. You are able to easily do that by multiplying the first pricing section you create as I am showing in the Divi tutorial video.
So by using free trials that is very powerful when you want to generate more leads and sign ups to your business no matter what type of business you have. Now not everyone that will take the free trials will become a paying customers. But you have the potential to get a lot of new paying customers over time this way. This because many peoples likes free and trying out things for free. The length of the trials can vary; it can be for 7 days, 14 days or similar. That is up to you. When your prospects get in on your service for free so that they can build up their own opinion, that will be very appealing to them. And in the end, if they like what they see through the trials then they might soon very well becoming a new paying customer for you. Have you used the Divi builder or are you considering to start using it? Leave your comments below.
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