Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Review: [A Recipe For Sweet Success?]

Thanks for checking out my review of the Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook!

Russell Brunson has done it again, he’s cooked up a real storm with this freebie book – one that’s gonna give you a real taste of success online!

So to find out HOW his magical recipes will help you craft sweet profit-producing sales funnels, sink your teeth into this delightful review…

At a Quick Glance

Russell Brunsons Funnel Hackers Cookbook
Name: Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook (FHC).

Author: Russell Brunson (the dude behind ClickFunnels).

Cost: Free (+ $19.95 shipping).

Who’s if For?: Newbies – seasoned online/offline Biz owners in any industry/niche.

My Score: 9/10.


  • Get your hands on it for free
  • Shipping is reasonably priced
  • Step-by-Step guidance for money-making funnels
  • Video tutorials also included
  • Easy to follow for newbies
  • Suitable for all types of Biz owners


  • Contents can seem overwhelming at first
  • Shipping fee is an extra $10 if you live outside the USA
  • Comes with a bunch of upsells
  • Unsuitable for those chasing “magic bullet” opportunities – hard graft, time & investment are required


In my opinion, if you need help with building your first sales funnel or just struggling to profit from funnels, in general…

Then the Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is your solution.

Not only does Russell provide super easy-to-follow guidance (in cookery book format, obviously) + video training.

But he breaks down all the processes for constructing funnels that can make your business VERY profitable in the long run.

But only IF you take Brunson’s sound guidance/advice on board and do something with it.

Final Verdict: Highly Recommended.

Are ya hungry for more juicy information on FHC? Then feast your eyes on this FULL review…


What is The Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook All About, You Ask?

From Russell Brunson (also the author of DotCom Secrets and Expert Secrets, as well as the Perfect Webinar script creator) – comes the FHC…

A 255-page ring spine book designed to mirror an actual recipe book with heaps of visualization and fold-out pages – making it an easy-to-digest guide to success.

But fear not, Russell won’t be putting your cake baking skills to the test. *PHEW*.

Speaking of which, here’s a mouth-watering layer cake I baked in my kitchen earlier. 😉
Colourful Layer Cake
Ha, I wish my culinary skills were that advanced!

Joking aside, you will be creating a layered masterpiece though, but in the form of a “sales funnel”.

Because, inside FHC, Russell provides all the essential ingredients for you to design a kick ass profit-generating sales funnel (or several) for your Biz.

Your job is to mix those ingredients together and bung in the oven using ClickFunnels, and then watch as a beautiful work-of-art is born.


Who is Brunson’s Book Suited For, Exactly?

Luckily, you don’t need to be some chef Ramsay whiz in the kitchen when it comes to FHC.

But you will need to be prepared to follow along with Rusell’s recipes and actually “take action” for the book to work in your favour.

Additionally, you must be willing to invest a chunk of change into driving paid traffic to your newly-built funnel(s) for success to materialise.

So the sales funnel building strategy isn’t to be taken lightly. It’s either you’re “all in” or you’re “out”.

If FHC is right up your street, then it will benefit you whether you’re a small or franchise brick-and-click business owner, or even an affiliate marketer, etc.

But the awesome thing about FHC is that it pretty much works in any type of industry/niche market – enabling you to boost leads, sales, and profits.

Can you say Ka-Ching?


What’s There to Sink Your Teeth Into With Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook?

What I like about Russell’s book is that he breaks all the recipes down into bite-sized chunks – making them easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy to follow.

Well, just like a cookery book lol.

But what you’ll especially find amusing about the book’s contents is that some parts have been “squirrel-fied”.

Say whaaa?

Basically, Russell Brunson has laid out a bunch of ‘Nude Squirrel Art’ examples to make his book a super fun and enjoyable read.
Funnel Hackers Cookbook How to Paint Nude Squirrels Sales Page Recipe
Once you get your hands on your copy of FHC, Russell takes you by the hand – walking you through the various elements, pages, and funnels for online success.


#1: 50 Elements (The Magical Ingredients)

Yup, Russell shows 50 different elements!

Which, take the form of text, media, form, countdown, content, misc, and special components.

These are what go into designing your sales funnel pages in order to add plenty of functionality, thus leading to new leads and customers.


#2: 37 Page Recipes

Yup, 37 various types of pages are shown to you by Russell!

These pages include presell, opt-in, Thank You, One-Time-Offer (OTO), and also order forms – basically bringing your sales funnels together.


#3: 22 Top Funnels (The Finished Product)

And yup, Brunson dives into 22 types of sales funnels that cover lead, buyer, event, and other!

All revolving around just about any type of business model on the planet.

So there’s bound to be a funnel that suits your line of work down to the ground.

What’s great about the book is that Mr. B shows clear step-by-step directions, tells you how many pages are required and the time it takes to build each funnel.

Furthermore, there’s a training video series where he demonstrates (using giant Lego blocks) how the elements, pages, and funnels all fit perfectly together.


How Much Does Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Cost?

There are two ways of getting your hands on Brunson’s freebie.

Firstly, there’s the option to download it for $0 in PDF format.

Secondly, order the actual physical copy for free, which comes with a shipping fee of $19.95.

However, if you’re a non-US resident, there’s an extra $10 stacked on top of the shipping cost.

So the 20 bucks isn’t worldwide, unfortunately. Ugh.

But unlike most reviews of FHC, this one’s gonna be brutally honest with you about the overall costs involved.

When you order the book, you’ll be offered the following upsells:

  • ‘The Black Box’ = $37
  • ‘Funnel Immersion’ = $297
  • ‘Funnel Builder Secrets’ = $1,997

But you’re under no pressure to buy said offers since FHC will suffice, in my opinion.


Final Conclusion: Is Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook Worth The Dough?…

Whether the shipping fee’s $19.95 or $29.95, the Funnel Hacker’s Cookbook is an absolute must-read, in my experience.

If it’s a helping hand with building your very first sales funnel you’re looking for or you’re sick and tired of producing funnels that don’t convert…

Then Russell Brunson’s book equips you with all the building blocks you need for building profitable funnels from the ground up that rock!

But as with any resource out there, FHC will only bring you success with funnels IF you implement what’s taught by Brunson.

So the final decision now rests on your shoulders…

Your buddy, Neil 😀

Got any questions or thoughts to share on FHC? Please hop on the conversation below…

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