A lot of agents ask me how many marketing funnels they should set up when marketing online.
A great question and I have a different answer than some of the goo roo marketers out there.
The Consistent Commissions community, sometimes get so excited, that they want to set up multiple funnels funnels all at once.
Kind of like when I go to the sportsbook here in town to place a few bets. I get besides myself and it feels like Christmas when I walk into the ‘book.
Some members want to build 5 or 6 right away.
The more lines in the water the more fish you catch, right?
Now, it’s been 10+ years since I have been fishing. From what I remember — more lines in the water didn’t always mean more fish on the grill later on.
I remember lines would get crossed with each other and there would be confusion as what line to reel in.
The confusion might have come from the case of Budweiser we brought out to the lake, too. Our sang was — we might not catch any fish, but at least we’ll catch a buzz.
5 or 6 funnels is too many.
In this case, less is more.
First off, it can be extremely confusing when running 3 or 4 funnels and keeping an eye on everything — like fishing, but with less beer.
Remember this is supposed to simplify your life, not add confusion to it.
I recommend getting one set up and dialed in. This could take up to six months to “fine tune” everything. You will be constantly optimizing your funnels, so you’re never really “done” with it.
You should be able to generate more than enough business with one funnel in place. It’s when you want to expand, you can then explore setting up more funnels.
Get good at setting up one first.
How many bites does it take to eat an elephant?
One bite at a time.
Walk before you run.
I had 4 or 5 running last summer and it did NOT produce more revenue for me.
Only more confusion. And stress.
Now I only have 2 funnels working for me.
If you want to keep things simple, while generating more commissions, join the Consistent Commissions community at the link below;
Remember — Keep It Simple, Silly!