The Last Ever Episode of Marketing In Your Car By Russell Brunson

The Last Ever Episode of Marketing In Your Car By Russell Brunson

Welcome to Russell Brunson’s “Marketing In Your Car” podcast. Each day he shares the ups and down of building his multi-million dollar per month SAAS startup ClickFunnels.com. In less than 10 minutes per day, you can hear stories of what’s happening in the trenches and how you can apply it to your company. Learn marketing and sales funnels, traffic and conversion from the world’s # 1 funnel hacker.

I am so sad this is the last episode of Marketing in your car, but Russell is replacing it with Marketing Secrets.

 

Funnel Hacker TV (Behind The Scenes) – Episode 01

Funnel Hacker TV (Behind The Scenes) – Episode 01
“That one where we built the new book funnel…”

A few days before our launch of the “Expert Secrets” book, we decided it would be fun to document everything… what started as a REALLY late night thought turned into this “behind the scenes” show… we hope you love it!

Thank you Kevin Anson for taking on this project and making it a reality.

Look for new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Marketing In Your Car By Russell Brunson

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I love Russell’s podcast so much I listen to every new episode. Such value and great info.

On this episode Russell talks about a Facebook Live interview that he did with Tony Robbins and how it was the first thing he had ever asked Tony to do in their 10 year relationship.

Here are some of the cool things you will learn in this episode:

How Russell was able to do a Facebook Live with Tony Robbins to promote his new book.

Why Russell has never looked at his relationship with Tony Robbins in terms of what Tony could do for him.

And why the ROI with relationships is the cultivating and building of that relationship.

So listen below to why Russell believes so strongly in building relationships without expecting something in return.

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Marketing In Your Car By Russell Brunson

338 – A Greater Invention Than Compounding Interest

On today’s episode Russell gives a quick recap of his week spent with the Harmon Brothers working on a script for a potentially viral video. He also talks about compounding numbers with business and how focusing on one thing will help you compound your customers.

Here are some of the interesting things you will hear in this episode:

Find out what Russell has learned about compounding his customers by focusing all his efforts on pushing people into Clickfunnels.

Learn what you need to do to follow in Russell’s footsteps.

And find out what 3 big things Russell is trying to do this year to get his business to reach the $100 million mark.

Listen below to find out what invention is actually greater than compounding interest.

Marketing In Your Car: Episode 337

Episode #337

This is when, what we do, becomes a really fun game.

On today’s episode, Russell talks about how many copies of the book have sold in the first 6 days and what his goal is. He also talks about how making tweaks to your funnel after it’s up and running can help you beat the control.

Here are some cool things in this episode:

* Find out how many sales Expert Secrets got in the first 6 days and how it compares to Dotcom Secrets.

* Find out how Russell cleared his head in order to come up with new ideas of how to tweak the funnel and increase sales.

* And hear what Russell recommends to beat your control.

So listen below to find out how you can make a good funnel even better after it’s been up and running for a few days.

—Transcript—

Hey, everyone, this is Russell. Welcome to a rainy, very rainy Marketing In Your Car. I just dropped off Dallin, my oldest twin who is my son who loves extracurricular activities, at dance class, early morning. So heading back into the office now and excited.

So the book launch has been live for I think, almost 6 days now. And in 6 days we sold a little over 20 thousand books. What? Crazy. Last year it took us the entire month to sell 20 thousand. I don’t even think we got to 20 thousand, we were close to 20 thousand. I can’t remember exact numbers back then.

It was pretty exciting for us and we haven’t even pulled out the big guns yet. Those who are watching, some crazy stuff’s happening. At 20 thousand and I think we should hit at least 50 or 60 thousand books sold, which is really cool. So I’m really proud and excited for that.

So I’m heading into the office right now because a bunch of things is happening. In fact, the number one thing, well it’s interesting, I don’t know about you but when you’re in the middle of a book launch, launching a million things at once, which we’ve obviously been doing. So my stress levels are a little higher than typical, not stress levels but you know what I mean. Just a lot of stuff happening. It’s been interesting, I think it’s almost like you’re so close to something that you can’t, you don’t know what to do.

So the book launch has been going really well, in fact, our average cart value right now is about $34. So for everyone who buys the book, on average we make about $34 in the funnel, which is great. We keep thinking, how do we make it better, how do we make it better? There’s got to be a way to make it better. I’ve been blank. I don’t even know what to do. I look at it like, ahh I got nothing.

So anyway, I bought a thing called a float tank a while ago, it’s in my house and I hardly ever use it. I feel bad. In fact, I clean it more often than I use it, it’s kind of a pain to keep. Looking back now, I definitely would not get a float tank in my house. But they are cool. I promise you, somewhere in your hometown, there’s probably a float tank place. If you Google float tank and your city I bet you’ll find one. But basically, it’s a huge salt sensory deprivation tank. It’s like a thousand pounds of salt, so you lay and float on the top and sit there. Typically I do my float tank, I go in there and listen to music or listen to CD’s or talks or whatever. But this time for some reason the music thing wasn’t playing, and this is Saturday night, yes Saturday night. Went in there and music thing wasn’t going to work. I was like, ahhh whatever, I’ll just try to focus and do my whole meditation thing. And I’m not a very good meditate-er at all, by any stretch.

But I sat there and laid there and tried to focus on my breathing, and tried to think about the major things. And it was cool because the first time, I think I had time to reset and not be in the motion of everything. I just sat there for like an hour. I sat there for 45 minutes, and I passed out and woke up when my alarm went off. But I didn’t get any great ideas while I was sitting in there, but I feel like it was a flush. Like a cleanse or something because then when I went back …

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