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Episode 14: How Richard Patey Built His Business on Top of ClickFunnels

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Today on The Membership Site Success podcast I’m tickled to present my friend Richard Patey!

Like most of us, Richard has tried a zillion different things online.

Richard’s recent successful business – Funnel Engine – is particularly interesting because it piggybacks on another very successful business – ClickFunnels.

As you’ll hear in the show, the other reason for Funnel Engine’s success is because Richard treats it very much like a business.

The core offering contains no custom elements and so Richard is able to fulfill orders in assembly line fashion without being directly involved in the process himself.

Mentioned On The Show

Funnel Engine – Need a sales funnel, webinar funnel, or any other type of funnel? Pop over to Richard’s site and download some of his free funnel templates.

ClickFunnels – ClickFunnels is a standalone funnel creation platform that allows you to quickly create beautiful, elegant funnels that convert. Several of my clients use and love ClickFunnels and while I don’t use it personally, I’m a huge fan of the software and its creator, Russell Brunson.

Hey Carson – Unlimited Shopify Fixes from $65.

Dynamite Circle – Private business community of which both Richard and I are members.

 

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