BOISE, Idaho, Sep. XX, 2021 — ClickFunnels, the global leader in online marketing and sales funnels, officially acquired software products Doodly, Toonly, Voomly, Talkia, and Automatic Script from Bryxen, Inc and formed a new company, Voomly LLC, to manage the products.
Since its conception, ClickFunnels mission has been to help people grow their companies through sales funnels — and it has accomplished that goal many times over. To date, ClickFunnels has served hundreds of thousands of online entrepreneurs.
Additionally, ClickFunnels was named the “Best Entrepreneurial Company in America” by Entrepreneur magazine after topping the 2019 Entrepreneur360 list. ClickFunnels has ranked on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list 4 consecutive years: #76 in 2018, #440 in 2019, #1257 in 2020, and #3105 in 2021.
This acquisition will allow ClickFunnels to create more extensive and sophisticated solutions for its members. ClickFunnels Co-Founder, Russell Brunson, explains, “The combination of Doodly, Toonly, Talkia, and the other Voomly, LLC tools with ClickFunnels will work hand in hand to help entrepreneurs create more leads, more sales, and achieve ultimate success.”
Here’s a quick overview of each tool — now under Voomly, LLC — that ClickFunnels acquired…
ClickFunnels helps entrepreneurs build high-converting sales funnels — the overlap of these products is particularly beneficial to entrepreneurs who don’t have unlimited funds to create custom marketing videos or pay high-cost copywriters. It’s also beneficial for camera-shy entrepreneurs who want to reap the benefits of video marketing.
And there’s more to come: “With even more tools coming we can better achieve our goal of enabling people to grow their companies through sales funnels and now with Voomly tools,” Russell Brunson says.
The existing team that brought you all of these great Bryxen products will continue supporting, building, and creating them. Plus, the newly formed Voomly, LLC will have even more resources to bring added improvements, features, and improved service to its customers.