Traffic Secrets by Russell Brunson

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Traffic Secrets by Russell Brunson. Russell did something normally content creator or a marketer would do. He revealed the tried and tested methods to be successful for filling your websites and funnels with your dream customers.

Reading through the book, it reminded me a lot when I was at the early stages of creating content and marketing products. The early stages were full of mistakes and failures and through making those mistakes I would learn things that works for me. Not many people would have the patience to write a whole book for the modern digital way to maximize the use of the platforms that we have now but here comes Traffic Secrets.

With the new modern digital age, marketing online is more valuable than ever and having that edge is what will separate you from the rest of the crowd. What I like about the book is it’s suitable for a beginner or someone with more experience driving customers, gaining valuable engagements, and turning that into something profitable.

The book not only teaches you the “how” to maximize filling your funnel through the methods suitable for you (Instagram, Facebook, Google, YouTube) but also what I have always feel is very important the “why”. The “why” is the basics of being successful. Here, Russell Brunson discusses the early stages of his journey when he was just staring out, learning the ins and the outs of the game, the psychology of being successful and even interviewing public speaking great and author, Tony Robbins.

While reading the book, I was lucky enough to join his 30 day challenge and learn more on how to improve and maximize my funnels.

What really intrigued me was the first few pages of the book when he talked about “People purchase products hoping to get a certain result from one of these 3 core desires/markets. (Health, Wealth, or Relationships).” I thought to myself reading the explanation, this makes a lot of sense.

To learn more about the Core Desires and Russell Brunson’s new book, follow the link here