Let’s get straight to the point: a sales funnel is actually a part of the marketing funnel. They are both parts of the same process and have the same goal.
A landing page is a stand-alone web page that has a form to capture visitors’ information, and whose purpose is to drive people to complete a specific action. And, there are multiple types of landing pages in use.
A sales funnel is a step-by-step process that brings a person from them being a stranger to your product, to the point where they purchase it.
Jump into a job board and you’ll see jobs like funnel specialist, Facebook Ads media buyer, and even more narrow “account farmer”.
A landing page is a web page that exists to achieve the specific goal – most often this goal is collecting its visitors’ contact information, via a form that is present on it.