What You Should Use For Your Marketing Funnels

GrooveFunnels – Free Account for up to 3 funnels. Includes selling for order checkouts and upsell/downsell products. Also includes proof widgets to show people who recently purchased the product. GrooveFunnels is still in beta. It’s our builder of choice, especially if you upgrade to the Lifetime Account where you get all of the features including GrooveMail where you can send automated campaigns triggered by people filling out your forms, purchasing products, applying tags and adding contacts to lists. When you upgrade using out affiliate link, we are crediting you with the commission we make from your purchase as your referral to help support you 1-on-1 with personalize training, customizations and automating funnel(s). Sign up for a FREE Account using our affiliate link.
All niche templates available and ready to be installed in your account.

ClickFunnels –  ($97/mo after 14-day trial) plan at $97/month. You will be limited to 20 funnels. This is going to be the most expensive option in the long run due to this being a monthly subscription you have to maintain, even when you are not using it.
All niche templates expected to be available by 10/16/2020.

Converdy – Only available during launches. We have an account with Converdy that we can add customers. This would require a monthly subscription where we charge to host your funnels.
No requests have been made for this at this time, so this builder is low on the priority list.

WordPress – We suggest adding a subdomain to your domain. Adding a subdomain will allow a clean install for your funnels and will avoid having to customize your pages in the future to remove the header and footer from your funnel pages.
Beaver Builder – All niche templates available and ready to be installed in your account.
Elementor – all niche templates expected to be available 10/16/2020.

Influencersoft – This is a new one we are checking out. $1 trial account with an upgrade to lifetime for $497. The software includes a visual funnel builder, drag ‘n’ drop page builder, email scheduler, sales pipeline, course catalog for students and more.
This is untested but seems like a viable option. Funnels should be available for this by the end of October 2020.