The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Review:
Today I’m going to review a new book by Russell Brunson called The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook. This book is pretty much an all in one glossary containing different types of funnels, which is pretty cool if you want to learn more about this type of thing. But who is this book for, and who is this book NOT for? Continue reading this review to find out!
The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Overview:
What the heck is a sales funnel, anyway?
If you ask 10 different marketing experts, you’ll probably get 10 different answers, which you can agree is probably kind of annoying (lol).
One thing’s for certain, if you want to generate leads, get eyeballs on your content, fill your webinar seats, or increase your number of buyers, then a sales funnel can help you accomplish that.
That’s why The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is a really cool book if you’re an entrepreneur; because it contains a massive list of different types of marketing funnels.
Inside this book, you’re going to get a detailed look into every type of funnel imaginable, and also the pages (or recipes) and also the important elements (or ingredients) that make up a funnel.
You’ll learn what type of sales funnels exist, how to use each type of funnel, and when you should use each type of funnel.
You’ll also break down every element of a funnel, so by the end of this book you’ll have a thorough understanding of what makes up a funnel, and when you should use each type of funnel.
How Much Does The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Cost?
The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook retails for about $37, however, if you use the link on this review page you can get a copy for about $19.75.
The $19.75 includes the shipping fee, so you won’t have to pay more than $19.75 to get a physical copy of the book shipped to your home, regardless of where you live.
A Closer Look Into Some Of The Features:
The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is divided into three sections.
The first section is all about the “Funnel Elements” (also referred to as ingredients) that can be inside a sales funnel.
The ingredients are text elements, media elements, form elements, countdown elements, order forms, et cetera.
The second section of the book is all about the “Funnel Pages” (also referred to as recipes).
30,000-foot View: Each individual “Funnel Page” (recipe) is made up of many “Elements” (Ingredients), and each “Sales Funnel” is made up of “Funnel Pages”. (Get it? it really is like a cookbook haha).
Some of the funnel pages described in the book are your presell pages, opt-in pages, sales pages, order form pages, webinar pages, thank you pages, download pages, and et cetera.
Finally, the third section of the book and the main meat and potatoes of The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is all about the actual types of Sales Funnels, of which there are many.
To name a few of the most popular types of funnels, there are Squeeze Page Funnels, Lead Magnet Funnels, Webinar Funnels, Book Funnels, Launch Funnels, Bridge Funnels, Ask Funnels, among many others.
Each funnel featured in the book goes into great detail, including blueprints, instructions, and detailed advice on how and when to use each type of funnel.
All in all, this book contains the most comprehensive and detailed analysis of Sales Funnels that I’ve ever found, it’s an easy read, and everything is very easy to understand and is well laid out.
The value of The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is tremendous if you want to learn more about marketing and sales funnels.
If you’ve ever asked yourself “what’s the difference between a squeeze page funnel and a lead magnet funnel”, or if you’re an affiliate marketer and you’re not sure which type of funnel you might want to use, then you’ll probably love every single page of this book.
The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is a hidden gem stuffed to the brim with powerful marketing insight, and it can provide massive clarity if you want to learn what types of funnels will make the most sense for your business.
The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Is NOT For You If:
- If you can already list off 10 different types of marketing funnels without flinching, and if you know exactly how they work, then maybe this book isn’t really for you.
- If you don’t want to build any marketing funnels at all, then you can probably skip this book.
- If you’re not an entrepreneur and have no intention of building out your own sales funnels, then it’s okay to skip this book.
The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook IS For You If:
- If you’re an entrepreneur but you’re not sure what type of marketing funnel you should use for your business, then this book is perfect.
- If you’re confused with all of the marketing funnel terminologies and want an easy to digest guide that explains every funnel definition and term out there, then this will be your “go to guide”.
- If you realize that your business could probably benefit from a sales funnel, but you’re just not sure which one, or what your funnel should look like, then this might be the best book you read all year.
My Closing Thoughts Regarding The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook:
There are so many different types of funnels, that it can be confusing picking the right one.
If you’re an entrepreneur, then having an email list, a membership website, and the ability to host automated webinars can give you tremendous advantages in your business.
The biggest problem is that, there are so many good marketing technologies these days, that it can be so difficult to figure out the best type of funnel that you should be using.
That’s what The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook does exceptionally well, it eliminates any of the guesswork and can provide guidance regarding what type of funnel might be the best for your unique situation.
So maybe you’re a coach, an affiliate marketer, a teacher, a product launching expert, or someone who wants help selling your physical products.
Be rest assured, that there’s a funnel for your situation, and inside this book, you’ll remove any confusion or fog that’s preventing you from making an informed decision!
Thank You So Much For Checking Out This Review!
I thank you for reading this review, you rock!
I honestly believe, that if you’re an entrepreneur, then this book can be an awesome read.
It might just end up being your favorite go to “coffee table” reference that you flip to in times of confusion, or when you’re suffering from a lack of inspiration.
If you’ve ever been frustrated because you’re not sure which type of sales funnel you might benefit from, then consider giving this book a read. So you can finally launch and deploy a funnel that makes sense from a strategic advantage, and The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is written by one of the foremost sales funnels experts in the world, so you can be confident that it’s the genuine article.
If you want to learn more about sales funnels, then you can’t go wrong with this book.
Thanks again for reading, and please have a beautiful day!