Well, this post is long overdue – but here we go.
I use Spiffy. And I love it…now.
In case you don’t know, Spiffy is a tool that takes normal unassuming Infusionsoft Order Forms and turns them into modern elegant works of art.
But the reason for this post isn’t to make tens of dollars through a shameless affiliate promotion – it’s because it’s a good product. One that I actually use, and am proud to recommend. If you’d like to see why, just watch the video below.
So, I’ve had a Spiffy account for years, but I hadn’t used it – I basically false-started, it felt hard, then I never went back.
Until a few months ago – and man, it’s really freakin’ good now.
I quickly created three order forms, and then had to force myself to stop, because I wanted to write a blog post, and record a video of me actually building one (three months later that’s this blog post, and the video below).
Here’s a little before and after action:
Why now you might ask?
One answer is that it’s because I have had a running theme this year of revisiting my existing shiz and making it better. I’ve been circling back to stuff I set up years ago, stuff that isn’t even broken, and just looking at it through my new lens, and with the new tools and perspective, I now have.
Another possibly more accurate and definitely more succinct answer is GDPR.
You’ve always been able to add terms and conditions checkboxes to Infusionsoft order forms with a little trickery.
Building a Spiffy Order Form [GDPR Compliant]
Spiffy makes your order forms (and shopping cart) mobile responsive, which on its own probably justifies the monthly price – but it also offers templates and a drag and drop builder that you can use to really dress up your check out pages.
And if you can’t find what you need using their builder – they’ve got a library of custom code snippets designed to solve the more fringe scenarios.
Here’s a follow-up video showing you how you can set a favicon, define the terms and conditions URL, and quickly add testimonials to your order form.
How to Add Testimonials
Okay, I know – Spiffy is impressive, but you might be wondering if it’s all razzle dazzle.
Does Spiffy Actually work?
The answer is a unequivocal yes.
Here is a graph of my monthly course sales before and after I implemented Spiffy.
Okay, well, I hope you found this resource valuable. Feel free to share it with anyone you think may enjoy it!
And if you’re going to give Spiffy a look, I’d be grateful if you’d use my tracking link.
Leave any questions or comments below, thanks all!
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