Not For Profit Fundraising & Mission Support DotComSecrets Playbook Released

Non-profit groups and entrepreneurs looking for mission support can grab the just-released complimentary organization add-on DotComSecrets, written by ClickFunnels founder Russell Brunson.

Boston, United States - September 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Touted as ‘the underground playbook for growing online business’, DotComSecrets, written by ClickFunnels founder Russell Brunson, has been released as a complimentary organization add-on. This title takes years of web traffic research into consideration and uncovers simple, yet effective ways to improve web traffic and conversions, making it ideal for not for profit groups looking to learn how to raise funds to support their mission.

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Recently released as a complimentary add-on that suits not for profit groups and entrepreneurs looking to market their products or services online, the title ‘DotComSecrets’ is 255 pages of ‘need to know marketing secrets’ that will help any organization or individual get the jump on their competition.

Based on over a decade of research, DotComSecrets exposes online behaviour and then uses these findings to create successful marketing initiatives that work. Created by Russell Brunson, who has successfully helped hundreds of thousands of businesses to boost their online sales, DotComSecrets shares Russell’s insight on how to geometrically improve web traffic, conversions and online sales.

As such, this playbook gives not for profits an opportunity to boost funding and raise awareness of their initiatives online using tried, tested and proven processes. DotComSecrets gives not for profits access to funnels and scripts that Russell Brunson used to scale thousands of online companies and to flood these businesses with new leads.

Russell Brunson is an online magnate, and a serial entrepreneur, who started his first online business from his basement while in high school. He has created numerous online products such as ClickFunnels, which have been bought by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.

When asked about DotComSecrets, one purchaser of the book said, “One of the best business marketing books I’ve read ever. To be honest, I am feeling totally overwhelmed right now but in a good way. I have read different books and blogs and haven’t got as much value as I did just from this one book.”

To find out more about the DotComSecrets and the complimentary offer, click on the link above. Site visitors can learn more about the offer, the title and connect with the DotComSecrets Community, as well as subscribe to the podcasts.

Contact Info:
Name: J Barnett
Email: Send Email
Organization: Precious Products and Services, LLC
Address: 16 Cummins Highway PO Box 326, Boston, MA 02131, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88920975

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