Want to make money with clickfunnels? In this video I show you how to do it as fast as possible using a couple cool strategies.
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In this video I show a strategy I just learned that is getting a lot of people great results for making passive commissions as an affiliate for clickfunnels.
Basically, you sign up for a clickfunnels account, and then get other people to join clickfunnels and you get a commission for every person who does that.
It might seem small at first...but after getting even a few signups it can really start adding up...
Plus, there's a bonus that not many people know about that can increase the money made by a big factor which is that every lead that you send into the clickfunnels system gets tagged for life.
So when russel brunson sells another product (some of which cost thousands of dollars, so they have a very high commission) you STILL make a commission even if you sent that person months ago.
It's happened for me already.
So some of those $38 commissions can magically turn into $500 commissions later.
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I'm going to go through the ABC training as well as implementing the 7 steps. Hopefully I'll learn and integrate both training in my promotions.
The 7 steps seem VERY straightforward though. I always wanted to try to use Solo Ads. What were your experience using Udimi?
Hey Wilson, I think this course is much faster to get started, but affiliate bootcamp goes WAY more in depth with deeper marketing strategies. Honestly I would start with this one and get the whole bootcamp too, they're both free and awesome! If you did everything in both you'd be a freakin' marketing genius.
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