Looking to remove the ClickFunnels Affiliate Badge from your sales funnels?
Some prefer to leave the “Made By ClickFunnels” badge on their landing pages, and some prefer to take it off.
While it can be a nice way to earn an additional stream of income, it could come off as unprofessional depending on your niche.
Today, I’ll show you how to remove the ClickFunnels affiliate badge, or put it back on if you decide you’d like it to show!
ClickFunnels Affiliate Badge: Should You Keep It?
After you launch your first sales funnel, you may or may not have the affiliate badge show up on the bottom right. It should look like this:
It’s quite simple to remove or add back on, but should you keep it?
While only you can answer this for yourself, I wanted to give insight on whether or not I believe it’s worth showing on your funnel.
Why You Would Want The ClickFunnels Badge
The “Made with ClickFunnels” badge definitely serves a purpose: it creates more awareness of the product. But, did you know it can benefit you as well?
For anybody who clicks on that badge and starts a free trial, you’ll receive 20% commission on the ClickFunnels plan they purchase.
So let’s say somebody clicks the button, goes through a free trial, and decides to start with the standard plan. You would receive almost $20 each month they stay with the software.
As you can see, this can be pretty powerful over time!
Another reason I would consider keeping the affiliate badge on my sales funnels is if I’m promoting a ClickFunnels product, such as the One Funnel Away Challenge. This is so I can build trust with my target audience, showing I actually use their products and software.
Why You Wouldn’t Want The ClickFunnels Badge
Now I’d like to explain why you might want to remove the ClickFunnels badge from your sales funnel.
If you own a small business or you’re promoting an offer in a non-marketing niche, the ClickFunnels badge may hurt you in the long run.
For example, let’s say you’re selling a product in the health niche. There is little to no chance that one of your prospects will click the badge, and sign up for a free trial. They most likely aren’t aware of what ClickFunnels is, or why they’d use it.
Instead of giving the prospect another option (instead of opting in, or purchasing a product), your goal should be keeping their brain focused on the product or service you are offering.
While you may get a sale here or there, I can envision the badge hurting overall ROI in certain scenarios.
Here’s how you can remove the affiliate badge:
How To Remove The ClickFunnels Badge
There’s two different methods you can use to remove the ClickFunnels affiliate badge from your funnels. First, I’ll explain how you can remove the badge from specific funnels!
Remove the Affiliate Badge from Specific Funnels
Reminder: This method is for individual funnels, not your entire account.
To do this, you’ll want to open up the funnel in your ClickFunnels Dashboard.
Once you have the desired funnel opened, you’ll want to click Edit Page.
After that, choose General in the settings dropdown.
Lastly, just select Hide from the affiliate badge menu (Additionally, you can select show if you want to show the badge!)
Removing the affiliate badge from specific ClickFunnels funnels is that easy! If done properly, it should look like this:
As shown, the Affiliate Badge setting is set to Hide, meaning the badge will not show up on this page.
NOTE: You’ll have to repeat this process for each step in your sales funnel.
Remove the Affiliate Badge from All Future Funnels
If you want to remove the affiliate badge from the sales funnels you will be building in the future, this is the section for you.
Here’s what you’ll need to do!
First, go to Account Details from your profile dropdown menu (top right of the screen)
Next, you’ll want to select Expand under Affiliate Settings!
Lastly, make sure the ClickFunnels Affiliate Badge setting is turned off, as shown below!
Click Save before leaving, and you’ll be set!
You’ve successfully removed the ClickFunnels Affiliate Badge, congratulations!