If your business doesn’t have a clear, step-by-step process for turning curious consumers into paying customers, you could be losing revenue in missed opportunities. Fortunately, marketing whiz Russell Brunson provides expert advice in this week’s episode on capturing leads through the use of sales funnels and storytelling.
Taking an early interest to marketing, Brunson has become an evangelist for sales funnels and the ability to fuel rapid business growth. His company, ClickFunnels, has helped 43,000 entrepreneurs build effective sales funnels and landing pages that attract more customers for their web-based business. ClickFunnels is on track to earn $70 million this year and is one of the several highly successful startups based in Boise, Idaho, that are putting the city on the tech map nationally.
Brunson has authored two books and boasts an expertise in the critical role storytelling plays in marketing and sales. In our interview, he explains his tested and proven method for engaging audiences with the “epiphany bridge” script, recounts how ClickFunnels evolved into the high-selling SaaS product it is today and shares an underutilized sales funnel strategy that could revolutionize the way software companies market their products.
After the episode, head over to RussellBrunson.com for more expert sales advice and behind-the-scenes updates on his business. I’ll also be giving away a free copy of his latest book, Expert Secrets, to one lucky listener. To be eligible to win, leave a comment below and let me know what you thought of this episode of Powderkeg: Igniting Startups.
In this episode with Russell Brunson, you’ll learn:
- How inspirations early in your life can blossom into businesses later on (6:36)
- Even big mistakes can be stepping stones to success (9:46)
- How ClickFunnels evolved from in-house technology to a consumer software product (14:06)
- The benefits of focusing your effort and attention on a single goal (21:57)
- How to engage your audience using the “epiphany bridge” script (30:58)
- Why business books can be incredible tools for generating leads (35:10)
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Russell Brunson Quotes from This Episode of Powderkeg:
“A good funnel delivers exactly what someone wants, when they need it.” — @RussellBrunson on @PowderkegCo
“If we can get more entrepreneurs to believe in themselves, we’re literally changing the world.” — @RussellBrunson on @PowderkegCo
“Sales comes down to telling a story that gets people to believe.” — @RussellBrunson on @PowderkegCo
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Russell Brunson (@russellbrunson)
Mike Dillard (@Mike_Dillard)
Michael Hauge (@michael_hauge)
Tony Robbins (@TonyRobbins)
Brendon Burchard (@BrendonBurchard)
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