You need more customers. And we can show you how to get them.
Here at Funnel Overload, we publish in-depth content designed to help your business flourish.
We’ll show you how to turn your website into a community growth engine that can scale your revenue while you sleep.
Get started with our best content
We’ve published a bunch of articles. All packed with actionable advice to help your business flourish.
- The Definitive Guide To Email List Building Strategies For Businesses
- How To Use Strategic Content To Grow Your Email List 3x Faster
- 30 Must-Follow Landing Page Best Practices
- How To Stop Wasting Money On The Wrong Lead Generation Tactics
- The No-Fail Guide To Attracting More Traffic To Your Website
- How To Craft Magnetic Social Media Content (That Generates Engagement And Sales)
- 10 Powerful Drag And Drop Landing Page Builder Tools For Serious Marketers
A message from our founder
Hey, Adam Connell here…
I founded Funnel Overload with a simple aim… to help small businesses get more customers.
And while this site hasn’t been around long, I’ve been doing this marketing thing for a while now.
My advice has been featured on plenty of sites including: Forbes, Inc, Search Engine Journal, CIO, HuffPost, Kissmetrics, and more.
Here’s a bit more on my background:
- Started building websites at the age of 12.
- In college, I launched a free record label and taught myself digital marketing. Our music has been downloaded around 3 million times.
- I grew a video game blog to 15,000 monthly unique visitors in less than 3 months.
- Landed a role as operations manager at a local marketing agency, where I managed a team and developed processes for the entire business.
- During my agency days, I managed web design projects with a focus on conversion-centric design, and handled SEO/Content marketing efforts for national & international brands.
- Launched a new service at the agency and grew it to 6 figures/year after 5 months while spending a few days each month on marketing it.
- Grew BloggingWizard.com to over 2 million yearly visits.
I eventually left the agency world so I could share what I’d learned as an ‘in the trenches’ marketer.
Do you tweet?
Catch up with me on Twitter @adamjayc.