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DotCom Secrets by Russell Brunson

My VP of Sales Jarrod Glandt has told me funnels are very complicated. Frank Kern won’t tell you it’s complicated. Russell Brunson won’t tell you it’s complicated. If you take someone with a commitment like you have, and add a little strategy, you’ll figure out how to use it. Whether on the internet or in person, you have different customers and you will need to tell different types of stories in order to sell. Not all funnels are the same. One pitch to one man may not be the pitch you need with the next. Among the other concepts Russell Brunson teaches:

1. The Best Bait—You want to catch a customer you need some bait.

2. Who is your dream client? Who do you want to work with?

3. Where are they? Who’s got my money? Where do you find the ideal man or woman client?

If you want Russell’s offer from 10X Growth Con — special for my friends here, go to clickfunnels.com/cardone

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