ClickFunnels Vs Website
The ClickFunnels vs website topic is certainly an interesting one.
It was Russell Brunson who came up with the Death Of A Website angle…
Which certainly left a lot of people scratching their heads (who were using websites).
With that in mind, here is what I’ll be covering in this post:
- ClickFunnels vs websites (obviously).
- Benefits of ClickFunnels versus a website.
- Along with which of the two that you should be utilizing.
Let’s get started now.
ClickFunnels Vs Website
So starting off with a website first.
Here are the most important aspects of a website:
- And building your authority.
And ironically enough?
ClickFunnels can more than help you build your authority when you sell courses…
But I’m getting ahead of myself.
Websites absolutely have the upper hand when it comes to SEO and blogging.
You can actually create blogs within ClickFunnels (as you can see in the templates below).
I would personally never build my blog using ClickFunnels (it’s so much easier with WordPress).
Even ClickFunnels even has their blog on WordPress (which you can see here) 😛
And when it comes to ClickFunnels and SEO…
Here are some of the most popular questions.
- Does ClickFunnels do SEO?
- Is ClickFunnels good for SEO?
- And is ClickFunnels SEO friendly?
And for all of those questions my answer would to be…
In fact here is how you can utilize the ClickFunnels SEO benefits.
As you can see from the screenshot above…
There’s not a whole lot of leeway when it comes to ClickFunnels and SEO.
So when it comes down to ClickFunnels vs Website…
A website definitely wins hands down when it comes to blogging and SEO.
That’s pretty much all that it has on ClickFunnels.
ClickFunnels Vs Website Part 2
So why should we “Abandon our websites” as Russell states?
It’s because sales funnel should primarily be used for selling…
NOT websites themselves.
It’s also safe to say that ClickFunnels is the BEST at doing this.
Here’s some of the type of funnels that you can create using ClickFunnels:
- Optin funnels.
- Survey funnels.
- Course funnels.
- Webinar funnels.
- High ticket funnels.
- Application funnels.
- Membership funnels.
- Product launch funnels.
- Affiliate marketing funnels.
- Network marketing funnels.
With any of these types of funnels?
It makes it very easy to focus on doing ONE thing.
- Get the sale.
Sometimes it might be different.
- It could be getting a lead…
- Or filling out an application…
But the idea is that your visitor isn’t going to be distracted by 100 other options.
Russell Brunson talks about this concept perfectly in the video down below.
Simply click play if you’d like to hear it straight from the horse’s mouth.
There’s an amazing quote from that video above…
A confused mind will always say no.
And that’s what can happen when you send paid traffic to a website.
Do you see the difference?
It’s a pretty easy distinction to make…
But here’s some more benefits of ClickFunnels versus a website.
Benefits Of ClickFunnels Versus A Website
You can pretty much get everything all under one single roof.
While people talk about WordPress and how it’s “free” and all…
The fact of the matter is that you’re probably going to need additions.
And those helpful additions?
You usually have to pay for.
So yes you would have to pay monthly to utilize ClickFunnels…
Here is why that can be to your benefit.
In other words?
You wouldn’t need to go out there and invest in hosting…
As ClickFunnels already does that for you.
I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome this was back when I did product launches.
Even if someone sent thousands of bot traffic visitors to my sales letter…
ClickFunnels would easily be able to handle the load.
ClickFunnels Membership Sites
I’ve actually used two different WordPress plugins when it comes to memberships:
And while both of them have beet out for quite a while now?
I still found it much easier to get up and running with ClickFunnels membership areas.
Funny the way that works.
ClickFunnels Saves You Money
ClickFunnels states this themselves in many of their pages…
And I completely agree with them.
The fact of the matter is that transitioning to ClickFunnels can save you thousands…
And it’s because you can get rid of:
- Shopping carts.
- Affiliate software.
- Split testing software (like I did).
- Membership software (like I did).
- Landing pages softwares (like I did).
- Automated webinar software (like I did).
And a bunch more.
The fact of the matter is that all of the programs that I canceled?
Actually cost me much more than to use ClickFunnels month.
That’s how it can become such an easy decision…
Especially when it starts making you a lot of money too.
ClickFunnels Vs Website Verdict
So as I’ve gone over in this post…
A website is the BEST for:
Just like I do.
And ClickFunnels is BEST for:
- Building and growing your business…
- Which is pretty much everything else related to bringing in leads and making sales.
So do I actually recommend that you ONLY use one?
- I recommend that you use your website or SEO and blogging…
- And you can do everything else sales funnel related with ClickFunnels.
It works very well for me…
And that’s why I recommend that you do the same thing.
Curious to see ClickFunnels in action?
Or you can click the mini banner down below to get to the same page.
And that should just about do it.
Thanks again for expressing interest in the ClickFunnels vs website topic…
And whatever choice you end up going with?
Make it a good one.