The Ultimate Tagging System For Infusionsoft

Back in December of 2015 I ran a live webinar where we first shared our simple and powerful tagging system for Infusionsoft.

It was called: The Ultimate Tagging System For Infusionsoft.

That webinar was the start of a revolution.

You see, Infusionsoft is the “wild west”.  There are no rules.  That’s what makes it amazing and super confusing at the same time.  Most people don’t have the time to develop their own naming systems and processes to make Infusionsoft really hum.

Plus, if you’re a new user, you don’t have years and years of Infusionsoft experience to lean on when developing that kind of system.

That’s why we’ve been sharing our system ever since and people are loving it.

We’ve seen our clients and members go from “Infusionsoft is hard and confusing” to “oh, now I get it”, just by learning our tagging system.

Why is it so powerful?

Because it’s intuitive and instructive.

Each tag name tells you exactly where it’s used, what it does, and why it exists.  And it’s super simple.  You don’t have to remember any numbers, symbols, or weird algorithms to understand it.  If you can read, you can understand it.

Once you know the system, Infusionsoft starts to make real sense.

If you missed the original webinar, click here to go watch the recording and download our system.

There are other systems out there.  None are as easy or as intuitive as the Box Out way.  This IS the Ultimate Tagging System For Infusionsoft.

About Tyler Garns

Tyler Garns is best known for his work as the Director and VP of Marketing at Infusionsoft, where he led the marketing efforts that produced massive results between 2007 and 2012. But he’s also been the “go-to” Infusionsoft guy for many of the top marketers and Infusionsoft users out there. His combination of technical skill, Infusionsoft expertise, and marketing experience make him one of the most reliable sources of business breakthroughs for Infusionsoft customers.

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