GrooveFunnels has been all the craze lately. It has been growing tremendously in the last few months, as more and more people are starting to recognize the pure value that the software provides.
With that said, many up and coming customers want to know, if there is a GrooveFunnels extended trial.
And of course, I can’t blame anyone for wanting to find this out, after all…people are pretty busy, and sometimes the good ol’ 7 to 14-day free trial, just won’t make the cut.
Luckily, there is no need to go that far, and in this post, I’ll be going over exactly why that is.
GrooveFunnels. All The Craze…
So if you’re reading this post, chances are that you’re aware of what GrooveFunnels is…
but in the off chance that you’re not aware, I’ll be going over it briefly.
I’ve also extensively covered the complete platform, elsewhere on my website, in case you need any more information. I go over the pricing, the features, the affiliate program…and intend on creating a review article for every single one of the tools, which, as they keep coming out.
So what is GrooveFunnels?
GrooveFunnels is basically an all-in-one digital marketing platform, created by the company GrooveDigital. It was recently introduced into the marketplace, and allows you to do anything that you want when it comes to digital marketing. From building email lists, to storing those leads, to creating websites and product funnels, webinars and membership sites, to e-commerce and support desk features…and so on.
GrooveFunnels Extended Trial and “basic trial”.
Okay, here is where it gets interesting.
Because as of the writing of this article, there is actually no “GrooveFunnels extended trial” available. At all.
I know right…pretty anticlimactic.
This doesn’t mean that that won’t be changing in the future, but as of right now, there is only what is known as the GrooveFunnels Free Base Account.
You see…GrooveFunnels, is not currently running any “GrooveFunnels free trials”, because:
- They’ve not yet become a subscription-based product, and so there is no reason or way to “extend any trials”, and…
- They already give you a completely free GrooveFunnels base account, (which you can here) that allows you up to 3 custom domain integrations (free hosting) and gives you access to 3 of their tools (GroovePages lite, GrooveSell and GrooveAffiliate).
Once they do become a subscription-based model, I’ll probably have to come back here and re-write the post, so as to have the more updated version. By then, there might be a GrooveFunnels trial, after which (just like is the case with some of the other software companies) they might actually create a GrooveFunnels extended trial version.
With that said, the great thing about the simple GrooveFunnels base account, is that you don’t really need to worry about getting billed, about contacting support to cancel your subscription…or any of that, because you don’t need to add your credit card to get started (like is the case with many alternatives).
GrooveFunnels Free Account For EACH Tool?
I’m personally both a GrooveFunnels backer, lifetime member, and affiliate for the platform, and I’m up to date with anything GrooveFunnels related (or at least…I try to be).
As such, I’ve also heard of rumors that there will be a “free trial version” of each and every one of the GrooveFunnels tools so that you can test them all out before getting anything…but that is a ways off.
Instead, in your current position, I would highly recommend you getting the GrooveFunnels free base account, and testing the software out at your own pace, to start off.
You’ll get free hosting for up to 3 accounts (which is crazy) and you’ll be both able to create complete websites, as well as become an affiliate for products or create affiliate programs for products of your own, which you can set up in a few clicks inside GrooveFunnels.
All of this, without having to add your credit card information, and no need to get an “extension” of your trial, like we were mentioning before.
To get an account, simply click on this link here, or on any one of the buttons on this page, create a username…and you’re off to the races.