It was excellent to collaborate with Russell Brunson to learn more about how to bring traffic to my site for this sponsored post. I’ll also be documenting my 30-day journey on Facebook.
If you can’t generate traffic that means whatever post, product, or service you have may as well not exist. Without traffic, your project is like a tree falling in the woods alone. No one is there to hear it, and we don’t know if it makes a sound or not. That then makes a person sit with the obvious question: What do I need to do in order to generate traffic for myself? Putting eyes on the pages and the products means more messages spread and more revenue generated for your project! Now that we know what we want, how do we go about achieving it?
That’s a question for the pros, and fortunately, I know where to get the answer to that question: Russell Brunson.
Who is Russell?
Russell Brunson is the brains behind ClickFunnels. He has a cult following, has sold tons and tons of books, and is the reason you know what a sales funnel is! Needless to say, he’s familiar with the need to get a product or post in front of an audience who needs the information contained in it
To help those of us who are seeking traffic out, he has written his newest book, Traffic Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Filling Your Websites and Funnels with Your Dream Customers. Are you looking to get some traffic going? Head right here: https://bit.ly/3cps7Cu
Everyone who has a successful blog, a successful anything, gets used to hearing the question, “how’d you do it?” Over and over again.
I’ve been blogging for over 6 years. I’ve seen a lot of blogs come and go. I’ve seen people with incredible ideas and amazing talent build blogs and disappear in the blink of an eye. All along, I’ve been building my following and telling my truth. What’s the difference? What separates a blogger who is talented but fails from one who takes their talent and succeeds? One word: traffic.
Grab your copy of Traffic Secrets by Russell Brunson and that traffic problem will be a thing of the past.