Last updated on June 24, 2021
Funnel building is a very vital process for many digital and internet entrepreneurs. Anyone who has a successful online business(es) and actively tries to make money online will deal with funnels at some point. In this piece of writing, we shall be taking a look at a suite of funnel-building apps known as GrooveFunnels, and this is undoubtedly a very thorough GrooveFunnels review. You’ll learn about all the bolts and nuts that hold GrooveFunnels together. By the end of this GrooveFunnels review, I promise you, you’ll feel like you’ve been using GrooveFunnels forever. Fasten your seat belts because it’s going to be a long ride!
Let’s start like this
GrooveFunnels Review: What is GrooveFunnels?
GrooveFunnels is a group of different apps that are bundled together and offered as a single robust solution to facilitate the selling of products and services, creating brands’ identities and presence on the web, managing relationships with customers, and other processes associated with running a business or being an entrepreneur. In other words, GrooveFunnels is an enterprise solution for managing sales funnels, marketing your products, creating websites and webpages, and dealing with various other business management and automation needs. I sincerely hope that was simple enough… It was? Oh, thank you!
GrooveFunnels Review: Who is GrooveFunnels for?
I’m sure you already have this figured out because we just said it’s for entrepreneurs and business owners right? Well, you’re correct if you said that. In fact, I’m sending you a virtual pat on the back… great job, really great job!
The only thing I’d like to add is that GrooveFunnels is not only for sellers like you rightly pointed out, but also for a group of people known as affiliates. So, if by any chance your game is not to sell anything, but you’d rather promote other people’s products to make money, you can become an affiliate in the GrooveMarketplace right now. Okay, I think we’ve settled that.
Now, to the third question, you may have.
GrooveFunnels Review: Is GrooveFunnels Legit?
In short, the answer is a capital YES, GrooveFunnels is legit. I could have asked you to just take my word for it, right? But, no, I’m not going to do that, instead, we’re going to look at GrooveFunnels in detail, rip it apart, and put it back together, so we can know what makes it tick. Are you in for that? High five! Let’s get to it then, shall we?
Please note that I’ll be answering more frequently asked questions towards the end of this GrooveFunnels review, so you can just scroll to the bottom of the page to read those if you are pressed for time to read everything right now. I know It’s a lot to take in at once.
Now, back to the business at hand.
You see, for a long time, the most popular funnel builder was ClickFunnels (it still is for a lot of folks though), but right now it seems there is a competitor that may be ready to overtake the most popular funnel builder out there. I am not going to go into a comparison of GrooveFunnels vs ClickFunnels in this post, but maybe in another post dedicated to the comparison of both funnel builders, we’re going to unleash the dragons and see which funnel builder takes the crown. Do you want to back any one of them? Wait till then before you wager.
Alright, so we know now that GrooveFunnels is a group of software packages, bundled together to help businesses and entrepreneurs effectively manage their sales system, but is there something more important that we need to know about GrooveFunnels?
I bet we both know the answer to that question!
There are tons of things we need to learn and discuss in this GrooveFunnels review: things like pricing, ease of use (the interface); efficiency, scalability; the number of applications and what each does, and most importantly, if Groove Digital, the company behind GrooveFunnels is a name you can trust to deliver. Yes, it all boils down to the same question: is GrooveFunnels legit and worth using or buying?
Let’s take them one after the other so we don’t get overwhelmed. At the end of it all, you will be able to decide whether GrooveFunnels is for you or not. Groovy right? I like the sound of that!
It’s important to let you know that GrooveFunnels is a project that is still being developed and having features added almost daily. So, for this reason, GrooveFunnels is in beta as I write this, but I tell you that even in its beta state, it’s more powerful than some systems that are more popular out there.
Now, because GrooveFunnels is in beta, they have two pricing structures that are available right now, but that is bound to change very soon.
The pricing plans are:
GrooveFunnels Free Plan
The free plan is exactly what it is: FREE. What do you get when you sign up for a free GrooveFunnels account? The free account gives you lifetime access to limited GrooveFunnels. When you sign up for GrooveFunnels Base, which is the free plan, it gives you guaranteed access to GroovePages, GrooveSell, GrooveAffiliates, GrooveMembers, GrooveVideo, GrooveMail, and GrooveKart.
Although all these apps are limited in features, in fairness to GrooveDigital, they are giving you immense value for free. Mike Filsaime must be a cool dude to give all these away for free without ever asking for your credit card details. That’s truly generous. All these apps they are giving away for free could easily cost you over $500 per month if you’re making use of some other platforms.
I must say though if you’re an email marketer, GrooveMail free edition will not be enough for you, so I’d advise you to get the Lifetime GrooveFunnels while it’s still being offered, that is if you intend to switch to GrooveFunnels by the way.
GrooveFunnels Lifetime and Free Plans
The folks at Groove Digital call these the backers plan, it’s like what backers on Kickstarter do, they back a project they believe in. So, Groove Digital is rewarding people who believe in a product that is still in the beta phase. I guess Mike and the rest of the grooving folks at Groove Digital take loyalty seriously, and giving so much back to the community is the best way to create an army of loyal followers. Way to go guys!
Buying GrooveFunnels Lifetime will give you instant access to the whole of GrooveFunnels, with almost everything unlimited, except GrooveVideo which comes with 100GB storage space for life and 100GB bandwidth every month for your traffic, and GrooveMail which gives you a maximum of 10,000 contacts and unlimited email sends. Please go here to compare the packages that GrooveFunnels is offering right now to see the details of what you stand to gain. As of the time I am writing this, GrooveFunnels Lifetime costs $1397.
Apart from the Kickstarter or beta promotional pricing that Groove Digital is offering, there are main pricing plans that will replace the promotional prices once GrooveFunnels moves away from the backer/beta phase. In other words, the prices will soon change if you aren’t opportune to grab an account now. Let’s take a look at the intended pricing plans (the prices prospective customers will pay in the future):
GrooveFunnels Silver ($99)
With the silver plan, you get:
- Unlimited websites and funnels.
- More premium templates.
- Extra storage space and bandwidth.
- Increase GrooveMember’s members limit to 5000.
- 10000, contacts for your email lists.
- Unlimited email sends for GrooveMail.
GrooveFunnels Gold ($199)
With the gold plan, you get:
- Everything in the silver plan plus
GrooveFunnels Platinum ($299)
- Everything in the silver plan and
- GrooveWebinars Live
- GrooveEvergreen (for automated webinars)
- GrooveStream (for video streaming to platforms like Facebook and Youtube)
- GrooveKart with no transaction fees
- 40% affiliate commission.
GrooveFunnels Upgrade and Price Comparison Chart
GrooveFunnels upgrade is the purchase of any of the premium packages or plans that GrooveFunnels is offering, which grants you access to more features, functionalities, and possibilities that GrooveFunnels has to offer. You can access the GrooveFunnels upgrade page here.
Overall, I would score GrooveFunnels 4.5 out of 5 if measuring ease of use. The interface of the apps remains constant, so once you are familiar enough with one of the apps, that knowledge will help you to learn the other apps faster. Some apps do have a steeper learning curve, though you’ll understand most of them pretty fast. All of the builders provided with the apps are drag and drop builders that make use of blocks and elements to create stuff.
The best way to learn about GrooveFunnels features is to learn all you can about the individual apps and all they have to offer, and that is exactly what we are going to do next; we will learn about all the products that come together to give birth to GrooveFunnels. You can register for a live webinar to learn how to start your online business for free with GrooveFunnels.
Total Number of Apps (the whole package)
Now, what do you get when you sign up for Groove Funnels?
Because the project is still in development right now, there’s no easy way to tell how many apps you will eventually get with Groove Funnels, but what is certain right now is that you will get access to 20 apps in total when you sign up. Some of these apps are still in development though, but they already have a timeline for the release of these applications and I must say the execution of these projects has been rather fast and impressive. You can check the development timeline for scheduled release dates of the remaining GrooveFunnels apps, and additional features.
Here are the apps that make up Groove Funnels:
- Groove Pages
- Groove Sell
- Groove Affiliate
- Groove Mail
- Groove Member
- Groove Video
- Groove kart
- Groove Webinars
- Groove Evergreen
- Groove Streaming
- Groove Survey
- Groove Quiz
- Groove Blog
- Groove Desk
- Groove Calendar
- Groove Pipe CRM
- Groove Funnel Mapping
- Groove Proof
- Groove Automations
- Groove SDK
Now, those make a total of Twenty (20) apps. Please note that these apps are currently in beta, and Groove Digital is currently offering access to Groove Funnels for free for that very reason.
GrooveFunnels and Future Groove Funnels
What is this again? Don’t worry, I’m here to explain to the best of my ability. You see, it’s not every app that is part of GrooveFunnels that is available right now; take note of the word “now”. By “now”, I mean the time I am writing this GrooveFunnels review, not when you are reading it.
The apps are divided into two groups: GrooveFunnels and Future GrooveFunnels. The first group, GrooveFunnels, are the apps that you can access right now. The second group, Future GrooveFunnels, are the apps that are still under development and will be available in the future.
These are the apps that are available right now (while I’m writing this GrooveFunnels review):
- Groove Page
- Groove Kart
- Groove Sell
- Groove Affiliate
- Groove Mail
- Groove Member
- Groove Video
We are not done with these apps yet, now let’s take a look at each of these apps and see what they are all about.
Groove Pages is that part of Groove Funnels with the sole aim of creating landing pages or complete websites. You can build a single or multi-page site by using the drag and drop builder on the left sidebar of the page or just make use of the templates that I explained below.
Single (Landing) Pages Templates
There are many templates to choose from if you want to create a single-page site, usually called a landing page. Most of them look great and are well put together. As at the time of writing this, I counted over one hundred and eighty (180) templates for landing pages, although most of them are premium. Only a few of these templates are available to free users, but they look great even if they aren’t many. Now you can make use of these landing pages for purposes such as promoting a lead magnet; schedule bookings, meetings; downsells, upsells; lead generation, opt-ins; startups, etc.
Complete Site Templates
These are… Well, you guessed right- something like a complete website. If you want to create a complete website using a template, this is the part of groove pages you should use. As at the time of writing this GrooveFunnels review, the number of templates that I counted was 10, but that is bound to change later on. It’s not as if you have to make use of these templates to build your sites, but I just feel they make the process a lot faster. The templates that are available right now are for a life coach and speaker, digital agency website; real estate website, restaurant website; technology company website, to name but a few. You can always modify any of those to suit your taste even if the template isn’t particularly for your business type.
These are templates that are specifically designed for building pages and sites that are meant to be part of a sales funnel and selling. The funnel templates here are quite a few, but with time they should add more templates to make building these funnels less tasking.
The Drag and Drop Builder
GrooveFunnels Review | GroovePages BuilderYou can create any page or website from scratch with the drag and drop builder. You can drag and drop builder that comes with groove pages is straightforward, although it might look overwhelming to someone who is not tech-savvy, but is simple to use once you take the time to figure where to go to achieve whatever you want to do. The drag and drop builder is where you can build your site, pages, and funnels, or edit a previously selected template.
The builder is divided into six sections which are:
These are usually layers of elements that are already stacked together that you can just drag and drop into your building canvas to make the process faster. You can go through the blocks and see which ones are relevant to what you want to make and then just customize them to your taste.
Elements are the basic components that make up a web page. You can stack various elements together to create a block. An element can be a heading, picture, quote, list; button, media; video, form, etc. In short, if you can find it on a web page it’s an element. So, there is nothing about these elements that you haven’t seen before, so far you make use of the internet well enough. It’s pretty simple to grasp!
This is where you create different pages. Imagine you’ve created your homepage and you’re done with that, now, you want to create a page about your company, this is where you go to do that. Yes, that is all there is to it.
After creating the page, you can start customizing it by adding blocks to it until you are satisfied with your own exquisitely prepared and delicious mashup. Bon Appetit anyone? That’s the spirit, let it shine!
You see, funnels are entirely different because they are created with a specific goal in mind, and the goal is usually to convert a prospect or lead into a paying customer or client. This is where you can add pages to your created funnel, to guide the users toward a specific end goal. So, if you want to convert a visitor into a paying customer, creating a funnel is your best bet and it’s easy to edit your funnel templates or just create new structured funnels in the GroovePages site builder.
Chances are you’ve encountered pop-ups on a website before. These are usually used to grab the attention of a website user to achieve a specific goal. Remember the last time that you were about to close the tab that you were browsing on a website and you just ran into an overlay pop-up out of nowhere asking you to do something before you go? Well, you can do that to someone too. “Pop-ups” is where you go to create your own!
This is where you go to view the stats and analytics for your created pages, funnels, and sites. There isn’t much to look at yet; you have metrics like the total number of visits, unique visitors, and bounce rate. You can filter these parameters by a specific period time like a week, two weeks, and one month.
Integrations are that part of the GroovePages Builder and GrooveFunnels as a whole where you go to add third-party apps like form builders, autoresponders and email lists, webinar software packages, etc. There is a radio button (three stacked parallel lines) at the top right corner of the page where you can go to access your integrations.
As of the time of writing this, 12 third-party apps are available for integration with GroovePages. These apps are:
I’m sure, with time, there will be more additions to these third-party apps that integrate with GroovePages.
Publishing Your GroovePages
There is a menu bar on the header of the GroovePages builder that comprises menu items like undo, redo, view, publish, etc. just as it is in the picture below.
When you are done making all the necessary fine-tuning and adjustments to your pages, you simply hit the button that says publish, and your brand new page(s) is (are) ready, and you, my friend, just did something extraordinary!
Can we take a look at GrooveSell now? Oh, just stay with me, I know it’s a long way down but bear with me.
- There are more than enough templates to choose from to start creating either landing pages or complete websites.
- The drag and drop builder is visually appealing, and the interface of GroovePages is beautiful and works as expected.
- The elements and the overall components of the website builder are well thought out and useful.
- The presence of blocks in the builder makes creating pages a whole lot faster. Instead of making use of elements all the time, you can simply drag and drop predefined blocks.
- There aren’t so many templates available to free users; you may need to upgrade to the premium plan to make use of a template you like. This isn’t a new trend though, so no surprise here.
- The possibility of organizing images and assets into virtual project folders not available as of the time of writing this GrooveFunnels review
- GDPR compliance has not been implemented yet while I am writing this GrooveFunnels review; I hope they do so soon.
- No search feature to quickly filter templates by keywords; you have to scroll through them.
- No A/B testing for funnels while writing this GrooveFunnels review.
- Couldn’t find a sitemap generator as of the time of writing this.
Would I recommend GroovePages?
GrooveKart, just like WixEcommerce that is dedicated to e-commerce, GrooveKart is for online sellers, and it’s dedicated to e-commerce. If you intend to sell physical products online, GrooveKart is a product that will serve that purpose. Now, let’s take an in-depth look at what GrooveKart is made of; the nuances, and how well it can serve your needs.
You can click on the tab that says GrooveKart to access Groovekart from the main GrooveFunnels dashboard, and once you do this, the first thing you notice is a page where you can create a new store. If you are a free user, you can create a new store every thirty days; this means if you want to create more than one store, you need to upgrade your account to the premium plan.
After you create a store, what’s next?
You are taken to the dashboard of GrooveKart where you can manage every detail that has to do with your newly created store.
Now, let’s have a look at the dashboard of GrooveKart.
You can access a summary of your stats here. You see metrics like online visitors, active shopping carts, pending orders; abandoned carts, new customers; new messages, visits; and the total number of unique visitors.
The next tab you see is the products tab. Indicated with shopping bag icons, the product tab is where you manage all your products. Processes like adding products to your store, adding categories, managing discounts, etc., are all undertaken here.
Let’s look at the submenus accessible via the products tab.
I’m sure you probably guessed what’s happening here already. If your guess is the area to add products, well, aren’t you a genius? You got it right! This is the place to add your products, pictures, descriptions, pricing details, etc. Also, you can access contextual menus like manage tags, manage variants, manage bran, and export products on the header of the page.
Categories in the second submenu that you find under the products tab. What you do here is simple; you can add the categories of your products here. Imagine you’re selling fashion items, here you can create categories for men, women, types of wears, etc. The products you are selling are going to fall under a unique category, subcategory, or sometimes have categories that intersect.
While adding categories, you have the option of making one category a parent to another category. For example, let’s say there is a category that says men, you can make that parent of a category that says shoes. So, the shoe category is going to be a subcategory (child) of men which is the parent category.
For every category you create, you have the option of adding descriptions and a friendly URL for search engine optimization.
“Discounts” is the submenu link to access the area dedicated to the creation of coupon codes. You can easily create coupon codes by making use of this submenu. After accessing this submenu, you gain access to further links that are useful in editing the details of the coupon, the conditions that will make it active, if you want to offer free shipping, etc. The discounts submenu is for creating promotions.
POD and Dropshipping
Now, this part is going to be the favorite of many online entrepreneurs. The Print on Demand is meant to help you find products that you can dropship by making use of integrated services that are already provided by GrooveKart. Let’s take a look at the integrations available.
The Layer App
This is like a personal favorite because it’s something you won’t find anywhere else. I have seen apps that are aimed at making the process of designing print-on-demand products streamlined, but nothing like the Layer App. The Layer App is meant to create unique designs of fashion products by layering the designs you upload on the product mockups already provided in the Layer App to create unique designs that can be printed all over the fashion items and accessories you have in your store.
This is a plugin developed by the team behind GrooveKart to automate the process of finding and importing products from AliExpress.
TeeScape was originally a fulfillment app for Shopify which makes it possible for its users to design and automate the fulfillment of print-on-demand apparel. It’s now a third-party print demand and fulfillment service provider that is being integrated with GrooveKart.
Below is how the folks at TeeScape describe themselves as culled from their website.
The Custom Teescape Fulfillment Integration is designed to give you full control of your fulfillment service, with quality brands at the lowest prices in the industry for print on demand.
- Fast On-Time shipping
We prevent product-related delays and can assure shipping in 2-4 business days.
- Print quality difference
Teescape uses only Kornit Avalanche printers to produce the finest-quality images possible that won’t wash out of the shirts.
- Best customer service
The Teescape staff of support technicians and software engineers is always available to help by phone or email.
Now, I couldn’t have said it any better than them, or could I? I guess not!
If you’ve ever heard about apps like Oberlo, or Modalyst for Shopify, then you’ve probably heard of Dropified. Dropified is a Shopify app that automates the importation and fulfillment of your products from sites like AliExpress and eBay. No more copy and pasting order details. Easily send them right to your AliExpress and eBay suppliers. Dropified also facilitates the discovery of profitable products for your store with its AliExtractor research tool. I sincerely hope GrooveKart will integrate with apps like Spocket in the future, in addition to all these available integrations.
This is what Dropified has to say about itself.
Dropified is The Only Fully Automated Drop Shipping App On The Market That Takes Order Fulfillment (and More) from 17 minutes Per Product – to Just A Few Seconds.
With Dropified’s powerful automation, you’ll free up at least 20 hours a week… so you can spend that precious time with your family (or yourself).
Easy Add and Ship Products:
No more hours wasted manually adding products to your eCommerce store Time Savings
No more messy spreadsheets placing orders Earn More Money
No more managing all your orders No more grunt work in your dropshipping business!
I checked the website of Slingly out and I found out that it’s by invitation only as I write this. Slingly is just like the previous apps that I’ve mentioned but claims to integrate with more platforms than just Shopify or GrooveKart.
These are some of the texts that describe what Slingly does as found on Slingly’s website.
Start Selling Fast: Your brand new store can be FULL of products to sell in just a few days.
Add Products With 1 Click: Add new Done-For-You P.O.D designs and physical products to your store with 1 click.
Fulfill Orders Automatically: Auto-fulfillment means you NEVER have to lift a finger to fulfill a single order from your eCom store
Advanced eCom Training: Take your store to 6 figures and BEYOND with our advanced eCom training from proven 6-figure and 7-figure eCom store owners.
I’ll still take a look at Groove Marketplace towards the end of this GrooveFunnels review, so you can just scroll down right now if that’s something you’d like to see (careful, it’s a long way down!). For now, this is a brief explanation of what you can do on the Groove Marketplace by the folks at GrooveKart themselves:
- Find unique and awesome designs to purchase. You can put them on apparel to sell to your customers royalty-free while you keep all the profit.
- You can find designs to be used for LayerApp, GrooveDrop, Slingly, Teescape. And remember. You can always use the GrooveKart Product-Design-Tool to create your own designs to use on apparel with LayerApp, GrooveDrop, Slingly, Teescape. Just click on the T-Shirt icon in the top left panel of your Groove Kart dashboard.
Printful is another print-on-demand service provider that you may have heard about; it’s a pretty popular brand like TeePublic. Printful is a pretty robust print-on-demand solution provider that has many useful tools that you can make use of and also integrates well with many other platforms such as Shopify, Prestashop, SquareSpace, ShipStation, Wix, Weebly, BigCartel, etc.
Printful also provides other services apart from print on demand: fulfillment and warehousing, creative services, store setup services, etc. You can check their website out to learn more about them.
Pure and Well
If you are selling products in the health and nutrition niches, Pure and Well is a plugin that allows you to import products to your store from Pure and Well, a leading manufacturer of vitamins, minerals, and supplements, sports nutrition, skincare products, etc. Pure and Well was founded and is headquartered in the United Kingdom. You need to apply for a special credit card processing account to use Pure and Well, and you can start that process from your GrooveKart dashboard.
The third tab on the GrooveKart dashboard is ‘orders’ where you manage and respond to things like your orders, abandoned carts, customers, and helpdesk. Orders are the sales you’ve made. Abandoned carts are those who didn’t complete a purchase. Customers submenu shows the details of all your customers, while helpdesk is your own support desk.
This is the fourth tab on the GrooveKart dashboard and it comprises the following:
- Store Information to enter details about your store like name, location, etc.
- Payment Gateway to set up your payment gateways.
- Shipping to manage your shipping terms and details.
- Taxes to enable or disable tax for your store. You can manually add taxes, automatically calculate taxes for the United States and Canada, or use TaxJar which is the recommended solution by GrooveKart.
- International Settings to manage country, language, currencies of the store, zones, and states.
- Staff Accounts to add employees to your store.
- Domain to connect your custom domain name.
- Mail Templates to write and design the mail templates that will be used at every point in time and every action your customer takes such as when they buy, order confirmation, when there’s a payment error, etc.
- Email Marketing to connect your mail service providers like ActiveCampaign, MailChimp, Sendgrid, and Klaviyo. You can also manage your subscription forms and export your email lists here.
Apparently, this is the fifth tab on the GrooveKart dashboard. It contains submenus like App Manager, Designer App, and GrooveQuiz. Let’s take them one by one.
This is a suite of mostly third-party apps that extend the functionality and capacity of GrooveKart. You’ll find the following apps:
- Shopify Migration Tool to migrate your account from Shopify to GrooveKart.
- Tax Jar integration for managing taxes.
- Product Reviews to manage product reviews and based on reviews admin can provide incentives to the customers.
- Chatra Live Chat (FREE) to allow your customers to communicate with you live. This will result in higher sales, greater conversions, and most importantly greater overall customer retention and satisfaction.
- Social Proof Pop-Ups to Increase your customer call to action by having recently purchased items pop up at the bottom left of their screen.
- Winner Coupon to Show a Winner Coupon on your website.
- Spin Wheel to capture more email addresses with Gamification. The Spin wheel helps you capture the email addresses of customers who are about to leave your website without making a purchase. It also offers them a coupon code which will increase the odds of a purchase.
- GDPR options for General Data protection regulation. Bring your store into compliance with the GDPR!
- ReviewTrust Integration Integration with popular service ReviewTrust.
- MailChimp Integration to integrate with a popular service used for Email marketing.
- Rontar Integration: Rontar is an ad tech company specializing in performance marketing for eCommerce and other types of businesses.
- Klaviyo Integration to increase your average order value & volume—Klaviyo accelerates eCommerce sales. Launch sophisticated email automation in minutes. Measure & grow revenue in real-time. Custom Templates. Send Personalized Emails. Commitment-free Signup.
- Facebook Pixels to add unlimited Facebook Pixel codes to track conversions from Facebook ads.
- Facebook Products Feed to add unlimited Facebook Pixel codes to track conversions from Facebook ads.
- Google Analytics to track and analyze your website traffic to measure the results of individual campaigns in real-time, compare the data to previous periods, and so much more.
- Zapier Integration to connect your store with Zapier using the GrooveKart web service key.
The Designer app could easily be my favorite of all the features that I’ve tried in GrooveKart because it’s just so intuitive to use. You can make use of the designer app to create product mockups like apparel, mugs, arts, snickers, phone cases, etc. This is a super useful tool that I just find amazing in addition to the previous apps like Layer App and other integrations that I’ve mentioned. Kudos to the team behind GrooveKart for this brilliant and innovative idea.
GrooveQuiz is a submenu of the Apps tab of GrooveKart. What can you do here? It’s simple, you can create quizzes and surveys. It is generally believed in eCommerce and IM circles that leads who invest some of their time in quizzes and surveys tend to convert better. After creating a quiz here, you can then offer a coupon to anyone who scores above the benchmark. That’s a pretty solid marketing tactic, I must say.
- Extensive integrations that make running your eCommerce tore effortless.
- The Layer App is a very creative move by GrooveKart.
- You can set up your store and start selling within minutes.
- The interface is pretty easy to navigate.
- There is PayPal if you like to make use of it.
- The store builder app is pretty easy to use for moderately tech-savvy folks.
- Not many payment processing options available. There’s only GroovePay and PayPal available as I write this, although GroovePay integrates with many other processors. That will be sorted with time I hope because it’s one step at a time.
Do I recommend GrooveKart?
Don’t even think twice about it, I absolutely recommend it! It is a feature-packed, full-fledged eCommerce platform that will overdeliver. In fact, if you are opportune to get the lifetime account right now, don’t hesitate to do it, I promise you won’t regret it because you’re getting immense value for less. However, If you can’t get that because you don’t have the means, then make sure you grab your free account, or you’ll kick yourself later for not doing so. You have nothing to lose, but you have everything to gain. Securing an account now can help you kickstart your online business when you are finally ready, and you can still make money by promoting products on GrooveFunnels till you are ready for your own business. Really, you can only win.
If you’ve ever been on websites like JVZoo, WarriorPlus, and PartnerStack, you’ll find it easy to understand what GrooveSell is all about. GrooveSell is that part of GrooveFunnels that is dedicated to vendors that have (mostly digital) products that are about to launch or already launched and would like to leverage the nuanced capabilities that GrooveSell provides to sell their products.
Just like the previous sites that I’ve mentioned (JVZoo, etc.), GrooveSell is also meant to facilitate a great relationship between vendors and the ever-cool affiliates. One thing that is worth noting is that GrooveSell and GrooveAffiliates share very similar dashboards and are interwoven. It takes just the click of a button to switch between these dashboards; in fact, you could say they are two sides of the same coin, and you would be right.
When you open the app, you’re taken to a dashboard that displays stats of your recent activities either as an affiliate or a vendor. On the left sidebar of the page, you have access to a little button (an inverted triangle) that is used to switch between the affiliate and vendor dashboards as shown below:
Like I mentioned earlier, there isn’t much difference between the dashboard for affiliates and the one for vendors, just nuances. These are the menu items (links) you find on a vendor’s dashboard:
This contains- yes, you guessed right: basic statistics about sales and other related stuff.
Now, the most important of all the tabs you’ll find on this dashboard is the one that says funnels; this is where it’s really going down. “Funnels” is where you build your product’s funnel (processes meant to bring about a sale). Under funnels, you will find a lot of links. Let’s call funnels the parent menu item, there are child menu items, and grandchild menu items.
Let’s look at them one after the other.
i. Product Funnels
The “product funnels” is further divided into the following sections:
Details like product name, internal name, and description are added here, and you also get to specify whether it’s the main product or an upsell.
This is where you enter details about your product’s price(s). This can be a one-time payment or a recurring payment (subscription-based).
3. Payment Gateway:
You make use of this to set up a payment system that you want to make use of to process payments for that product.
You will find things like support info, sales page (you should have created this already by making use of GroovePages), refund period, and thank you page here.
This is where you design your checkout page, and you’ll find parameters like look and feel, form fields; express checkout, cart abandonment; custom CSS/tracking, legal; language, and compliance.
6. Offer Bumps
Do you want to offer other products alongside the main product you are offering? You can add more offers to your main product here. Your buyer just selects the products he is interested in to create a bundle.
You can choose to leave only the main product you are selling by just showing a thank you page after a purchase has been made, or you can direct your customer to a page with an upsell, If this is something you’d like to do, you can achieve it right here.
You get to specify the way the product will be delivered to your customer after the purchase is completed. As of the time of writing this GrooveFunnels review, GrooveFunnels doesn’t automate the delivery of digital products or integrated memberships. You have three options when on this tab: to specify your product as no access page for physical goods, a downloadable file for digital delivery (still under works), and an integrated membership for membership programs (still under development),
This is where you choose whether you want affiliates to be granted access to promote the product or not. It’s as simple as that.
10. Proof Widget
This could have been called Social Proof Widget to make it more self-explanatory. That’s something to show that people are interacting with, and are in fact purchasing your product. Have you ever been on a website where you see notifications about someone from someplace just signing up or buying something from that website? That’s what the proof widget does. It’s a marketing tactic to gain the trust of customers, and I can tell you that it works. Would you like to throw some of that into your own mix? Then use the proof widget.
There you have it; the proof widget is the last submenu item of the funnels menu of GrooveSell.
This is the third sub-menu item and it’s dedicated to viewing information about your customers and the number of cart abandonment that you have.
Here you’ll see information about the total number of transactions and the revenue you’ve accumulated and other data such as failed rebill transactions.
Checkout Forms and Links
This is useful for creating checkout forms and links.
Affiliate Portals and Tools
You create assets that your affiliate partners will make use of to promote your product here. You can create things like banners, email swipes, blog reviews, articles, etc. “Affiliate portals and tools” is the second submenu item in the funnels section and it is further divided into the following sections:
These are promotional content that your affiliate partners can send to their email lists.
2. Blog Reviews
Do you want to help them out with content that they can use as reviews on their blogs? Go on and add some here.
Articles are, well, they are for text-based content marketing; something your affiliate partners might find useful.
These are graphic assets that your affiliate partners can place on their blogs and websites as adverts of your products.
5. Thank You Page Ads
A thank you page ad is a message that is displayed to a customer, user, or site visitor after completing a particular action. So, instead of an affiliate making use of their own message, they redirect to a thank you page designed by you that subtly suggests or recommends your own product as a vendor.
6. Logout Page Ads
When a user logs out of their account on any website, they are redirected to your page, and that is a logout page ad.
7. Social Media
These are sales copies that can be shared on social media.
8. Video Reviews
This simply means video content created by you or users of your product where it’s being reviewed as a marketing tactic. You provide these so your affiliates can make use of them to promote your product.
9. Facebook Ads
These are sales copies that your affiliates can share with their Facebook friends, pages, and groups that they belong to.
Signatures that your affiliates can add to emails they send out to their contacts.
Coupons are codes that you offer as a vendor to your affiliates so they can offer their buyers special discounts.
You find the following fields under the coupons menu item:
You enter the information about the coupon here.
Here you enter the code you want to set for the coupon and the discount type, maybe it’s a specific amount that you are taking off the price of the product or a percentage of the price of the product.
You get to select the product(s) that the coupon code is going to work for here.
d. Advanced Settings
You choose the kind of payment the discount applies to, be it first payment, all payments, etc., and the expiration date of the code, that if it’s intended to be a temporary coupon.
Well, there’s nothing else to this, it means what it says: finish!
This is the fourth link of the funnels tab of the GrooveSell dashboard. You can create trackable links here, and your links can redirect to a product landing page, an external link, an affiliate link, or even a groove page. The main purpose of tracking links is for analytics.
- Tracking Links
Do you want to track how a specific link will perform? You can do that here!
- Page Tracking
You guessed right, this is all about on-page analytics. You just generate a code and install it on any page that you want to track.
Here you can create leaderboards for your top-performing affiliates.
This is where you configure things like a payment gateway to accept payments, self-billing for customers, and sales tax.
…and that concludes my review of GrooveSell in this GrooveFunnels review.
- As you can see from every element, link, and tab of the interface I described, it’s obvious that GrooveFunnels is a very robust software package that will serve almost all your needs as a digital marketer, or merchant. You’ll find almost all the features you need.
- The interface is easy on the eyes and not clumsy at all.
- You can fine-tune the available parameters to a very large extent to make them serve your needs.
- Every element that I tested worked perfectly okay even though it’s still in beta; this means it’s pretty stable as it is now.
- Managing “affiliates and promo tools” is intuitive, well thought, and laid out.
- It’s free as of the time I’m writing this.
- The placement of some tabs, elements, and links is not at all intuitive. They are not where I would expect them to be.
- No multilanguage site support while writing this.
Do I recommend GrooveSell?
Yes, I recommend GrooveSell, it’s a feature-packed piece of software that truly works.
GrooveAffiliates is that part of GrooveFunnels that is dedicated to all the JVs out there. It is a complementary app to GrooveSell, and easily accessible from the GrooveSell dashboard with the click of a button.
On the affiliate dashboard, you have access to promotional tools that are provided by the vendor in the product’s funnel. Let’s take a little time to look at each of the menu items that appear on your dashboard as an affiliate.
is the default page you see immediately when you open the GrooveSell app where you have access to your stats as an affiliate.
This is where you have access to promotional materials as an affiliate, and it’s further divided into three subsections: promotions and links, tracking links, bonuses.
Promotions and Links
This is where you access the default marketing assets that are provided by a vendor whose product you are marketing.
This is where you create custom tracking links that point to specific pages of offers that you are promoting.
Do you have a bonus that you want to throw into your affiliate offers so they convert better? This is where you do that.
This is the area for monitoring your transactions, earnings, payment history reports, and those of your sub-affiliates.
is where you edit things like affiliate username, payment methods, and tax details.
This is where you go to find products to promote as an affiliate who wants to make money.
As you can see, navigating the interface of the affiliate dashboard of GrooveSell and GrooveAffiliates is easy, and it’s nothing to worry about. If you’d like to promote products that are available on the marketplace, all you have to do is head over to GrooveFunnels’ website and grab an account for yourself because it’s free to do that.
- Every basic tool you need as an affiliate is already provided right out of the box.
- Ability to create custom tracking links.
- The interface is simple enough to understand quickly for affiliates.
- There aren’t stats that I feel most affiliates would like to see at a glance as for the products listed on the affiliate marketplace. The conversion rate of products in percentage, refunds in percentage, verticals, and commission structure. The stats presented need to be reviewed and some really important ones added. I’m pretty sure many affiliates are used to seeing these stats in percentages, instead of having to figure them out by looking at the numbers of sales.
- The payment methods available as of the time of writing this GrooveFunnels review are limited. Only Paypal and Bankwire payment methods are available for payouts. The more the payment methods, the better for affiliates.
Do I recommend GrooveAffiliates?
Short answer: YES.
Here’s one part of GrooveFunnels I’m sure the email marketers will be keen on knowing as much as they can about.
What is GrooveMail?
GrooveMail is that part of GrooveFunnels that is meant to manage your mailing needs. This is where you can import your email lists, send bulk emails, add sender addresses, and automate your email sequences by making use of the autoresponder that GrooveMail provides.
So, without further ado, let’s jump right in and take an in-depth look at GrooveMail. How are we going to do that? I’ll review all the elements that come together to make up GrooveMail starting with each tab that appears on the GrooveMail dashboard.
Immediately you open GrooveMail, what you see is the home tab that presents an overview of the number of people who opened your emails, click rate of the links in the emails you have sent, and the number of form submissions for a given period that you can define.
The leads tab is the tab for managing processes like importing email lists, exporting email lists, manually adding leads, managing leads, etc. The leads tab is further segmented into submenu links like lists and leads. “Lists” is for creating email lists, while “Leads” is for adding contacts manually.
Tags and Segments
“Tags and segments” is the tab you go to to create tags and segments. Tags are used to identify specific details about leads contacts, Segments are used for splitting a group of contacts into subgroups. Even after splitting a group of contacts into subgroups, you can still add tags to each of your contacts for detailed identification.
This is further divided into:
Broadcasts are mass emails you send out to your contacts at once. You can choose to send a broadcast to a specific list, tag(s), or segment(s).
Sequences are for setting up email drips. You can set up emails that will be sent out to your contacts at predetermined time intervals.
Remember the popular phrase “if this then that”? That’s what automation is all about. You can set up actions that will be taken once specific conditions are met. For example, you could say if a lead is assigned a specific tag, then automatically subscribe him to this email sequence, or you could say if a lead buys a product, then add him to this membership. In fact, the possibilities are almost endless. You can create different relationships, and automate different parameters however you want.
The forms tab is where you do what? Yes, that’s smart; it’s where you create subscription forms that you can place on your website, blog, funnels, or pages. You have predefined fields that you can make use of while creating your forms, or you can also create your own custom fields, and that is accessible through the funnels tab.
You can add sender and company details under the setting tab. Imagine that you want your newsletters to be from the address email@example.com, but you want your marketing emails to be from a marketer who’s named Jane who works for you, then you create a sender with the name Jane Doe and sender address firstname.lastname@example.org. So, the settings tab is where you go to flex your muscles as regards creating senders and adding company details.
Analytics is the last tab on the GrooveMail dashboard, and it’s where you go to view detailed stats of your lists, broadcasts, and sequences.
- The interface of GrooveMail is easy to navigate.
- Every feature that I tested worked as it was supposed to.
- Even though there are still features that are lacking in GroveMail, it is still feature-rich as it is.
- It’s capable and powerful enough to serve your mailing and autoresponder needs.
- The automation feature is a very useful one that will prevent repetitive tasks.
- No Zapier integration as of the time of writing this GrooveFunnels review.
- Cannot clone broadcast emails at the time of this GrooveFunnels review.
- There is no means of sending a preview test email before sending an actual broadcast as of the time of writing this GrooveFunnels review.
- You can’t design aesthetically pleasing and visual email templates by making use of a drag and drop builder like GroovePages.
Would I recommend GrooveMail?
The short answer is YES, I would. Even though some crucial features are missing in GrooveMail while I write this, before the end of December 2020, the most important features that are vital to managing email lists and marketing will be available. One of such features is the ability to import and export email lists. Remember I told you GrooveFunnels is still in beta? Some of these features are just being rolled out, while some are still actively under development.
GrooveVideo is dedicated to hosting and storing your videos. The tabs you find on GrooveVideo are few because all you need GrooveVideo for is just to store your videos. Now, let’s take a look at the tabs and features of GrooveVideo.
The first tab you see on the GrooveVideo dashboard is the home tab, and as usual, there’s nothing much happening here; you just get an overview of your video stats. You get to see things like total impressions, unique impressions; the number of plays, number of completed plays (those who watched your videos till the end); average and total watch time of your videos.
This is your video library; it is where you add new videos, and also manage old videos. You have to integrate an Amazon S3 account with GrooveVideo if you’re a free user to store your videos directly in the Amazon S3 cloud. If you are a PRO user, however, you get a 100GB storage space for your videos; in that case, you don’t have to connect an Amazon S3 account to make use of GrooveVideos.
One other cool feature you access from the library tab is the encoder. As of the time of writing this, there are two encoders available: Coconut.co and Encoding.com encoders. You can choose to integrate any one of these encoders.
The stats you find on the home tab can also be found here, only that the stats you find here are more detailed.
Extensive configuration of your storage and encoders is possible under the settings tab.
- Being able to integrate with third-party encoders is a great plus.
- The interface is very simple to learn.
- Integration with Amazon S3 is a pretty solid move too.
- The 100GB storage and bandwidth limit are very low. I hope the folks at GrooveMail would look into this, and be a bit more generous.
Would I recommend GrooveVideo?
I honestly feel the 100 gigabytes limit is not so generous, although you can always purchase a booster pack. If you’re uploading video content in no time, the 100 gigabytes would get used up, so I don’t think it’s enough. Except you are a premium user who won’t be making use of too much video content, GrooveVideo might not entirely serve your video hosting needs well. If you feel that 100GB is enough for you, then there’s absolutely no reason not to make use of GrooveVideo.
GrooveMember makes it possible to own a membership site where users need to be authorized before they can gain access to some specific pieces of content. This authorization may be granted after payment has been made, or as the owner of the membership site pleases. GrooveMember allows you to gate and drip content, and you can also offer free and paid levels of access to members. You can only have up to 100 members for a free GrooveMember account.
Let’s take a look at the interface of GrooveMember.
You can view basic stats about your site’s performance here.
You manage your content here, you can add content, set up content drips, set up gates to your content, etc. This is where you will be spending most of your time on the GrooveMember dashboard.
Need to see detailed analytics of your site, members, and content? Just go to analytics.
GrooveProof is a social proof app. When you visit a website and you see pop-ups that you see at the bottom-left corner of the page (or anywhere for that matter) telling you that Mike Litoris from Denver or Willie Stroker from Seattle just bought this and that five minutes ago, that is a social proof widget at work. GrooveProof is already integrated into GrooveSell and GrooveKart as I write this.
It is generally believed among marketers that quizzes tend to convert leads better. People are more likely to buy what you are selling, once they’ve taken a quiz that you set up. I haven’t particularly tried this myself, so I cannot speak from personal experience, but the point is that GrooveQuiz is meant to help you create quizzes if that is your thing. You can easily create Quizzes in GrooveKart right now.
10. GrooveFunnel Mapping
GrooveFunnels mapping is about domain mapping, something to do with setting up domains, subdomains, DNS records, etc. I had to shoot the support team an email to find out what this is because I didn’t know what this was about at first. Thanks, Zack if you are reading this.
The Rest of the Apps
These apps are not available at the time I am writing this, but they are already scheduled to be taken care of in the release timeline, so I feel it would be nice to have an idea of what they are or will be about.
If you’ve made use of webinar software like GoToWebinar or WebinarJam before, it will be easy to figure what GrooveWebinars is all about. GrooveWebinars is designed to create and manage live webinars for folks like internet marketers, coaches, public speakers, etc. In short, it’s all about live webinars with GrooveWebinars.
GrooveEvergreen is close to GrooveWebinars in functionality but with a twist: it’s meant to automate webinars. You can record your webinar and then schedule times that fit your individual audiences to better serve everyone.
Do you constantly stream videos on your social channels? GrooveStreaming will help you streamline that process and achieve more from one dashboard,d thereby making the process a lot more convenient and organized.
Remember software applications like TypeForm, GoogleSurvey, and SurveyMonkey? GrooveSurvey is just like that! It will help you create surveys to sample the opinions of whatever, market, demographics, or group of people you are trying to know better.
You’ve probably made use of or heard about WordPress right? If you are familiar with WordPress, then you will feel right at home with GrooveBlog because it aims to replicate the ease of use that fascinates most WordPress users. In a nutshell, GrooveBlog is a blogging piece of software that will be as user-friendly as can be and brings the blogging functionality to the GrooveFunnels suite of applications. If you are a blogger, then look out for GrooveBlog, because it’s for you.
GrooveDesk is an integrated help desk software. If you’ve ever made use of a piece of software like FreshDesk before, you will intuitively know what GrooveDesk is all about. These are real-life equivalents of support desks. These applications allow you to manage your customer care services on your digital channels effortlessly by making use of bots, and other self-service solutions. So, if you need an application for managing customer service support in your company, GrooveDesk is here to save the day!
GrooveCalendar is a calendar app, and it’s all about planning and scheduling. GrooveCalendar makes it possible for your leads or customers to schedule meetings with you, and your leads can then be fed into automated campaign funnels. GrooveCalendar is great for people like coaches, consultants, and private class instructors.
18. GroovePipe CRM
Most business owners out there know what a CRM is, but I understand some folks are just learning about this for the first time. CRM simply means customer relationship management, so a CRM software like GroovePipe is meant to manage your company’s relationship with your customers from when they were still prospects to any point, as far as a relationship still exists between you and the customers.
In all honesty, I can’t really place what this will be, but I know it’s about automating stuff. Whenever I can find any reliable info about this, I will keep you updated.
20. GrooveSDK / API
Groove SDK / API is like a group of tools and a key that give developers access to develop apps for group funnels. A simple analogy would be something like a socket they can plug into to tap from the same electricity (framework) that powers GrooveFunnels to power their own apps and make them work beautifully with GrooveFunnels. In short, if you want to develop apps for GrooveFunnels, you need the GrooveSDK / API.
The Rest of GrooveFunnels
After we’ve taken a thorough look at the apps that make up GrooveFunnels, let’s take a look at some other stuff.
The Groove App Store is the official app store of GrooveFunnels. This is where apps developed by developers to integrate with Groovefunnels will be listed for sale, or for free (depends on the developer). Like you have for WordPress Plugins, Shopify Apps, Android Apps, etc., these created apps will run on GrooveFunnels.
Similar to WordPress plugins, iPhone apps, and Chrome extensions, we’re opening up so people can develop apps for our platform. This means that you will not have to wait for cool features or things that may not be part of our vision.
If you are a developer or SAAS provider, you should keep a close watch on the release of Groove SDK/API as it’s not available right now. You can go here to view the development timeline.
Services offered by Groove Digital
GroovePay is Groove Digital’s in-house payment processing service just like Stripe and PayPal. They offer merchants a payment processing platform to make use of their online businesses. They claim their approval is pretty fast and GroovePay works with every platform and gateway like Authorize.net, NMI, and more. If you’d like to get a GroovePay merchant account, first sign up for a GrooveFunnels account, and then apply for a GroovePay merchant account.
Groove Solos are simply solo ads, just like what Udimi offers. They already have fully segmented and profiled email lists they can send your ads to for specific prices that you’ll pay to them. Solo Ads is just you leveraging another person’s email lists to advertise your products and services, and that is what Groove Solos is all about.
With Groove Solos you can send your email to an existing list of targeted subscribers, and they promise your offer will be sent to the most responsive subscribers available, and they claim to have the highest repeat customer retention rate in the industry
Groove Ads is a complete advertising solution. Groove Ads prides itself as a full-service advertising agency that specializes in Facebook, Google, and Youtube advertising. In addition to managing your ads, they can also build and conversion test your funnels.
The Marketplace is divided into two: Affiliate Marketplace and Groove Marketplace.
The Affiliate Marketplace
The Affiliate Marketplace is the place for affiliates to find affiliate products to promote. It works the same way JVZoo, Partnerstack, and the work of the likes. Any vendor whose product is available for promotion on the Affiliate Marketplace, you can apply to promote as an affiliate. The products you’ll find on the Affiliate Marketplace can be anything from digital courses to designs, to best-selling membership programs like Groovesters Ascend which you can promote as an affiliate. That’s a brief introduction to Groove Affiliate Marketplace.
The Groove Marketplace is where you can buy products that are listed on the marketplace like Amazon. Can you see the difference? The Affiliate Marketplace is for affiliates to find products to promote, while Groove Marketplace is for everybody to find products like Layer App designs, freelance services like you would on Fiverr, courses and educational content like you would find on Thinkific, and the list goes on. With time the marketplace will grow to offer more products from different verticals, and vast niches.
Groove Digital Academy is Groovesters’ most valuable resource to access marketing training, webinar replays, and courses. Every member is entitled to a free account. Live training is hosted every Tuesday for GrooveFunnels, and on Thursday for GrooveKart which is now part of GrooveFunnels suite of apps. You can create an account on Groove Digital Academy if that sounds cool to you.
Do you need help with anything at all? You can access articles, videos, and more resources that will help you solve most problems you may encounter with GrooveFunnels. Every form of support you need to make your experience with GrooveFunnels a pleasant one is already provided on the Groove Support portal. If your problem isn’t listed in the videos or faqs, just create a ticket, and a customer support agent will reach out to you to assist you further.
If you’ve been following, you will remember that I said I’ll answer more frequently asked questions about GrooveFunnels towards the end of this GrooveFunnels review. Now, let’s see what the questions and answers are.
Is GrooveFunnels a Legit Affiliate Marketing Platform?
Yes, GrooveFunnels is a legit affiliate marketing platform, you can either promote GrooveFunnels itself or find products in the Affiliate Marketplace to promote. Please note that the GrooveFunnels affiliate program makes use of the first tag wins policy, which means a lead is locked to an affiliate that first sends him to GrooveFunnels irrespective of when the lead finally becomes a paying customer.
Is GrooveFunnels Better than ClickFunnels?
It depends on which one you prefer more. GrooveFunnels offers a lot more features for less than ClickFunnels. If left to me, based on features offered and pricing structure, I would choose GrooveFunnels. You just pay a lot less with GrooveFunnels while getting the same value or even more. That being said, choose whatever you feel is right for you.
Is the GrooveFunnels Platinum upgrade worth the money?
Considering all the features and benefits you’ll be getting that we’ve already discussed above, yes, GrooveFunnels Platinum is absolutely worth the upgrade in my opinion.
Is GrooveFunnels a good alternative to ClickFunnels and LeadPages?
With every feature app that has already been released and even more features in the pipeline that are being rolled out gradually, it’s safe to say GrooveFunnels is a good alternative to ClickFunnels and LeadPages. In addition to that, they offer the best deal ever right now.
What’s the difference between GrooveFunnels and ClickFunnels?
The difference between them is that ClickFunnels has been around for way longer than GrooveFunnels, is more expensive, more popular, and maybe easier to learn for some folks. GrooveFunnels on the other hand, offers more features for less money (is particularly generous with its pricing plans), built on recent technology, has some of the best software developers working on it, faster, and definitely serves its purpose well.
How do people make money with GrooveFunnels?
There are many ways you can make money with GrooveFunnels.
- You can create a membership site and sell courses or pieces of educational content with GrooveMembers.
- You can promote GrooveFunnels itself as an affiliate.
- You can sell physical and print on demand products with GrooveKart
- You can sell your freelance services on Groove Marketplace.
- You can sell your designs on Groove Marketplace.
- You can develop and put your apps on Groove Apps.
- You can become a GrooveFunnels specialist helping people with making use of GrooveFunnels.
… and the list goes on.
Is GrooveFunnels valuable for newbies?
In fact, the people who are new to making money online should be the ones who shouldn’t miss the priceless opportunity that GrooveFunnels is offering them to get a free account. Why? Because this makes it very easy for them to test the waters and get started without paying anything or risky anything at all. If you are a newbie and a reader of this blog, then you are interested in making money online. I don’t want this window of a cool opportunity to close on you as a Centopedian, please try and at least grab a free account now, and then think about how to make use of it later.
Do I need WordPress to create a website on GrooveFunnels?
No, GrooveFunnels and WordPress are two different things entirely. You don’t need another CMS to make use of GroovePages, not WordPress, or any other for that matter.
What’s the difference between GrooveKart vs GrooveFunnels and GroovePages?
GrooveFunnels is the umbrella that covers all the apps. GrooveKart, GroovePages, and the rest are all referred to as GrooveFunnels.
GrooveKart is part of GrooveFunnels that is dedicated to selling physical products online. It’s a full-fledged eCommerce store builder like Shopify, Americommerce, or even PrestaShop.
GroovePages on the other hand is a landing page/full website builder, just like Wix.
How has GrooveFunnels been working so far?
Even though GrooveFunnels is still in beta, it has performed even beyond my own expectations. It is working just fine and even being made better by the day. Although some developmental deadlines have not been met, it has come a long way, and can only continue to grow. They are actively developing it and rolling out new features from time to time.
How does GrooveFunnel help in promoting products from Clickbank, Digistore24, and WarriorPlus? Does it attract customers more in any way? How can it increase my sales?
Yes, GrooveFunnels has cutting-edge marketing tools to improve your sales, but you must note that making it as an affiliate marketer is dependent on the tools you make use of, but more importantly on your own creativity and marketing skills.
So, what GrooveFunnels does is give you the tools you need to excel as a marketer, e-commerce seller, agency, company, or entrepreneur. How you make use of those tools will be eventually up to you, and the results you get will be dependent on your own efforts.
That is my two cents.
Please note that I may earn commissions from purchases of some of the tools and products mentioned in this GrooveFunnels review, but that has not in any way influenced this GrooveFunnels review. I’ll only recommend tools I honestly believe in and (or) make use of myself.
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