David’s Funnels

Early 2017 I had an idea…

The idea was to create a funnel that promotes multiple affiliate programs, all in the same funnel…

It wasn't anything new that was never done before or anything…

But there was a twist…

Instead of just keeping my funnel to myself…

I decided to open it up and give access to anyone who wanted to promote the same programs…

October 2017 – Funnel X Project was born.

And it was an immediate hit…

The original funnel was promoting MCA (motor club of america)

And I was able to get over 2,000 signups within just a few months…

And members were seeing success too…

That led me to create more funnels like Funnel X2 and Funnel X ROI which became a monster…

Funnel X ROI

Essentially what this funnel is… is a way to promote the following programs all with ONE link:

Easy1Up – 100% commissions on digital education products…

Get Response – this is an auto responder, 33% commissions recurring monthly commissions…

ROI Panel – 50% commissions on a click tracking system…

Funnel X Advance – Pay per lead commissions

And…

Advertising Boost – 40% commissions on vacation bonus giveaways you can provide your signups.

If you want to sign up or check out Funnel X ROI click here:

Funnel X Project

The original Funnel X Project was built around 3 programs.

MCA
Aweber
and… a Pay Per Lead program.

But MCA has changed its comp plan and were no longer paying 200% commissions and a lot of affiliates stopped promoting it…

Aweber decided to close my account…

And the pay per lead program I was promoting took forever to approve people…

So what I decided to do is take the site down, and rebuild it with new programs…

The current programs (as of Nov 2019) are:

Hosting

Get Response

ROI Panel – Click tracking

Funnel X Advance (Pay Per Lead)

And … Advertising Boost (bonus giveaways)

So if you are trying to promote hosting or any of the other programs, this would be a good funnel to use.

Here's the link to check it out:

How To Promote These?

The absolute best way to promote is to your email list. (if you have one…)

Your email list already knows you and if you share this with them… chances are you'll see some results…

But if you don't have an email list yet… you'll need to build one…

Fortunately, with these systems I provide you with lead capture pages you can use to build your list…

As far as traffic sources go, there's a lot of options…

Solo Ads are a pretty easy way to start building your list but…

Don't discard other options like using YouTube videos and Facebook live events or posts…

What about Funnel X2?

At the moment Funnel X2 has the National Wealth Center as its main program, but i'll most likely be changing that in the future as this funnel needs a “facelift” as well.

So…

That's all I got for you in this post.

See you next time.

How To Setup REVCONTENT on CPVLAB Correctly

I recently started testing Revcontent as a traffic source and when I used the “IMPORT” traffic source function on CPVLAB it (kinda…) did it wrong.

So on this page i'll show you how I did it so it sets up the tracking correctly.

Watch this video first:

REVcontent Tokens:

#Token NameToken
1WIDGET — This is the actual placement in RevContent{widget_id}
2TOPIC — This is the “Topic” (ex: Editorial News){adv_targets}
3AD — This is what you want to use as your “ad”{content_id}
4This is the campaign ID{boost_id}
5Visitor city{city}
6Visitor State{state}
7Visitor country{country}

These are the tokens I actually use and here is how I have it set up inside CPVLAB

Revcontent settings in cpvlab

Reason I set up the target as {widget_id} is because:

When you are optimizing the campaign, you optimize based on WIDGETS (not topics)

And if you use the regular setup the way CPVLAB provides it in the template, they actually use the main target to be the topic (which is incorrect)

So what does this look like in the actual campaign setup?

Here, take a look:

Actual CPVLAB Campaign Setup

If you set it up the way I show you here in the image above, you'll be able to:

#1. Optimize based on the widget ID's

#2. the TOPIC will show up under the correct catagory, which is “TOPIC”

#3. You actual ads will also be shown under the correct “AD TOKEN”

Which makes reporting super easy.

Summary

To save yourself a ton of headaches, use the setup I show you above.

It makes reporting super easy.

Also, if you don't have CPVLAB now,

Here are some of the reasons I use it:

#1. No monthly fee.

#2. All the data is 100% private (unlike other cloud hosted trackers)

#3. Options to track subscribers (if you are building an email list, it does this, where other trackers don't…)

To get CPVLAB use this link here.

HOW TO START YOUR FIRST WEBSITE ONLINE

In this blog post i'll be going into my personal journey, opinion and advice on how to start your first online website and before we begin…

[FULL DISCLOSURE: I will be recommending a hosting service at the end of this blog post, I am an affiliate and I do get compensated if/when you sign up… so just wanted to make that clear in case you're wondering…]

Starstruck!

Thats what I was when I first started my online journey back in 2013… which seems like DECADES ago…

(it actually is decades ago in internet time…)

To me anyone that had a website occurred as an instant authority on whatever the website was about…

I quickly realized if I wanted to rise in the ranks and start making a name for myself, I'll need to get a (at least one) website too…

A website is like your home online, its where share your content, its where you share your message with the world.

And to set it up, you'll need mainly a couple of things.

#1. HOSTING.
think of hosting as the “actual house”, its the place where all your “stuff” resides, your images, files, web pages, etc…

And…

#2. DOMAIN NAME
Having a home without a “street address” will be pretty hard to find, and thats where a domain name comes into play.

Think of it as your “home street address”.

Example, mine, the website you're on now, is daviddekel.com that is my “home street address” on the internet.

Every time you type in that “street address” into your browser, you'll end up at the same place, my “home”

I hope that makes sense…

Benefits of OWNING your own domain and site.

There are many solutions out there like WordPress.com where you can set up shop and have your own website up in minutes,

But that is NOT the same as having your very own domain and hosting.

Mainly because of control.

See, when you get an account with WordPress.com or blogger.com all you really have is an account.

You don't actually own the “real estate” its on.

And customization options are super limited.

Meaning you can't just add on an extra piece of software in there just because you want to try it out.

On the other hand, having your own site, domain and hosting… Gives you the flexibility to pretty much do want…

Add any piece of software you like, customize the website to look any way you like…

And most importantly, you 100% own and control that website…

Its not an account that can be “shut down”… because maybe the don't like your content…

PROFESSIONAL IMAGE

Another super important reason you want to have your own domain and hosting is for professional reasons…

When was the last time you saw a big company or an important person that did NOT have a website with their OWN domain name?

Probably never…

A prime example of this for someone like me would be when I interview different content creators, first thing they ask is “hey whats your website…?”

Mainly because they want to see what you're about…

People just take you more seriously when you have a website versus not having one…

WHAT ABOUT “TEMPLATED SITES”…?

Websites like Wix and similar sites are great, they really are because with a few mouse clicks you can drag and drop a few blocks and walls…

You have yourself a website…

Useful if you don't need the ULTRA customization and flexibility that having your own site offers…

It's definitely a step “above” just getting an account with a blogging platform like wordpress.com…. but you're still in the same category…

But… you still don't actually OWN the site… you just have an account on a platform…

WHATS THE BEST OPTION FOR SOMEONE JUST STARTING OUT?

I recommend you do it properly from the get go and simply get yourself a domain name AND a hosting account.

While there are many hosting providers there are 2 main considerations you should be thinking about before picking one.

#1. How good is the service?
To me this means, speed, reliability, hardware…

And…

#2. How good is the support?
There is nothing more frustrating then having a problem with your site and having no one to talk to…

So support is EXTRA important, especially when starting out…

And one hosting provider that fits the description above perfectly is SiteGround.

They are passionate about helping their users and they pride themselves of having premium infrastructure.

But wait… there's more…

They also are priced extremely competitively and they offer a wide range of available options for:

Beginner users – with 1 site….

Advanced users – multiple sites

And even enterprise hosting fully managed custom built solutions…

HOW EASY / HARD IS IT TO BUILD A SITE?

The answer to this is it depends what you're building…

If you want to set up a simple blog, its pretty easy… (but still requires some basic setup and configuration)

The way I got started online is learned how to use what is now the most popular website platform on the planet…

It's called Hosted WordPress.

And its AWESOME

Originally it was built as a blogging platform but it grew to so much more…

You can do so much with it, or very little, totally up to you…

The biggest reason I like it is simply because its SO EASY TO USE.

It allows you to change the look of your site in seconds using themes that are built right into the software…

And you have the option of adding many more if you choose…

Its great for sharing quick content…

It has a countless add on library called “plugins” where you can find pretty much any type of an add-on you'd ever need…

Think of it as like an “app store” for your website where you can 1-click install anything you need right from the site itself.

And best of all, YOU own the entire thing… its not an “account” you registered, its YOUR site, your property.

GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR OWN SITE

I'd like to encourage you to get started building your own site if its the right thing for you.

Depending on your needs, you might want to start off with the single site option, or multi-site option (recommended) because it enables more features and flexibility for you.

And another quick tip, when you first sign up you get a massive discount on your first invoice, so you should strongly consider signing up for at least a year, or possibly even longer because a website is not something you turn on and off, once you have it, it will be on for a while…

Please use this referral link on this page to get signed up:

Thanks for taking the time to read this and I look forward to help you set up your first site: (click on the link above to sign up)