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How much should you charge for a marketing funnel?

By Mike Killen | December 5, 2019 |

How much should you charge a customer for a marketing funnel? In this blog post we’re going to definitively plan out what you need to charge your customers for a marketing funnel. By the end of this post, you’ll understand: The pricing myth that strangles your business and makes it harder for clients to work…

How To Run A Successful Funnel Business

By Mike Killen | November 21, 2019 |

The solution to every problem funnel builders face, is remarkably simple. I know, because I’ve done it. Let me lay it out for you. Why businesses succeed First there are universal truths that govern the success or failure of any business. We’ve talked about the logistics business, funnel businesses, cars, beds and more. As funnel…

5 Free Things You Can Do To Increase Sales (And Your Prices)

By Mike Killen | November 15, 2019 |

Funnel builders are entering a hyper-competitive marketplace in the 2020’s. And in order to compete and dominate the market, funnel builders WILL need to increase sales and perhaps more importantly, increase their prices. I want to show you 5 proven ways in increase sales and your prices, for free, for funnel builders. Create content Where…

Making a sale benefits the customer

By Mike Killen | October 25, 2019 |

This is the most cut and dry argument for why sales is a morally good exercise. When you sell a product or service to a customer, it makes their life better, and benefits them. That is a morally good outcome. Absolutely no one can argue with that. Internally we might have reservations about how much benefit a…

Are you ignoring these two critical (and easy) things that increase sales?

By Mike Killen | October 18, 2019 |

Serving them as best you can When you’ve decided on an audience that you want to serve, be it independent bar owners looking to manage staff better, CEOs who want to spend more time with their family, single women who want to travel the world safely, or any other audience. You need to make the…

Heaven prefers sales people

By Mike Killen | October 11, 2019 |

Sales often has a greasy or slippery image associate with it. The con artist in the film is usually a sales person. The used car salesman is often greedy or just trying to take your money. Popular culture has twisted our view on what the salesperson is, and who they are. Fast talking, Ferrari driving,…

You don’t need more leads – stop asking for them

By Mike Killen | October 3, 2019 |

The #1 problem I see people asking for my help with, is lead generation. Lead generation. New clients. New prospects. More leads. New leads. Roughly 25% of all funnel businesses claim that their number 1 problem is some form of lead generation or new client. Finding new clients and leads is so important to funnel…

Recurring Revenue Retreat: A Retrospective Review

By Mike Killen | September 26, 2019 |

Right. Reviewing the Recurring Revenue Retreat (or R3) righteously or even responsibly would be realistically remissive of me. I promise I won’t alliterate the entire review. R3 was conceived in 2017 when Kristina Romero had the idea to bring awesome speakers, with incredible businesses and focus on the concept of recurring revenue, rather than a…

How to sell a squeeze page

By Mike Killen | August 22, 2019 |

I want to share example of a squeeze page product or offer that you could sell to your customers. I also want to highlight that even a simple 3 page funnel like a squeeze funnel can provide massive results to your clients and how you can sell a product to your audience without telling them…

dentist chair closing sales training

How to close customers by treating them like a dentist would

By Mike Killen | August 16, 2019 |

A few weeks ago I cracked a tooth. Fair warning, if you don’t like dentists, needles or slightly graphic content, best ignore this post. As I mentioned, I cracked my rear molar a few weeks back. I’ve always had pretty good, strong teeth. I’ve never had braces or too much work. Back in 2016 I…

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