How to Create a Highly Profitable Front End Funnel

by Wayne Sharer

International speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Retired navy officer, former commanding officer. Over 35 years of leading, coaching, mentoring, and speaking.

June 7, 2013

There are lots of ways to create your front end funnel for your product or service or to build your network marketing downline.

Often the problem with the funnel you create is it is limited in scope and your ability to follow up and profit after the initial offer.  The fact is, the most profitable product funnels don’t necessarily make their profit on the front end part of the sales funnel.  The main profit is made on the back end of the sales funnel.

So for you to make a highly profitable front end funnel is not totally about the profits you make when you create the front end portion of your sales funnel.

This video training uses Pure Leverage as the example, yet it’s principles apply to any product front end funnel you may be creating.

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