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Creator Clique

Private • 15.8k members

How anyone can make $10,000 a month as a high ticket creator…

Creator Accelerator

Private • 106 members

The path to making $10,000/mo in the new content economy.

8 contributions to Skool Community
Contributions for: Skool Community

Starting NOW! September 25th — If you get paid members to join your Skool community, you'll win prizes. The challenge will run for 28-days from September 25th to October 23rd, 2023. Pacific time. There's three ways to win: 1. Get the most paid members (1st, 2nd, 3rd) 2. Get the most MRR (1st, 2nd, 3rd) 3. EVERYBODY who gets 10 paid members Prizes include: 16" MacBook Pro's + 27" LG 5k screen's + Lifetime FREE Skool Ready? Read the full instructions on the Membership Challenge here

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Greg Dandy
Tom Hopcroft
Erika Kulpina
David Breyer
Roechelle Williams
New comment 7m ago
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    LETS GOOOO IM IN

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    17 subscription members for $4.2k/mo converted last week. Idk if that counts lol

Starting September 25th — If you get paid members to join your Skool community, you'll win prizes. The challenge will run for 28-days from September 25th to October 23rd, 2023. Pacific time. There's three ways to win: 1. Get the most paid members (1st, 2nd, 3rd) 2. Get the most MRR (1st, 2nd, 3rd) 3. EVERYBODY who gets 10 paid members Prizes include: 16" MacBook Pro's + 27" LG 5k screen's + Lifetime FREE Skool Ready? Join the Membership Challenge here for more information

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Vianney Wilson
Mike Morales
Sdas Dfasf
Michael Pluszek
Scott Maclean
New comment 7h ago

Here's something fun we can do this week... 1. Create a cool About page for your community 2. Share a link to it in the comments below 3. The About page link with the most likes will win $1,000 cash 4. The About page link the Skool team likes the most will win $1,000 cash 5. A random About page link will win $1,000 cash This mini-challenge starts NOW. The winners will be decided on Friday, Sep 22 @ 4pm Pacific. Reminder: The Membership Challenge ($100k+ in prizes) starts in 7-days on September 25th. This is a fun way to prepare for the main event. 🎉🎉🎉

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Mike Morales
Christina Westergaard Larsen
Zahida A Khan
Sdas Dfasf
Jeffrey Buoncristiano
New comment 2d ago
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    Here's our about page: https://www.skool.com/creatoraccelerator/about We have "Inner Circle" clients and "Self Study" clients in the same group. Here's a clip of the "funny" VSL:

Just did a soft launch for our low ticket down sell at $247/mo and 8 people love it so far. Skool payments are awesome!! I'm not worried about moving members out of the group, charge backs, or random Stripe account bans. We are testing stuff this week to prepare for the challenge next month. See ya at the top 👑 P.S. We've cash collected $25k so far this month with just a high ticket offer and a new free skool webinar funnel. Skool is the best for group funnels 💪

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Kile Lyn
Brady Badour
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Doug Boughton
Nick Meily
New comment 7d ago
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    Side note @Doug Boughton I watched ur Airtable vid and made a fully automated table of my own. All I have to do is click buttons in slack to manage my clients. Thanks a lot 🚀

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    @Nick Meily nickkkk!!

I was looking at the Skool group directory I found and saw that my group was #4 (see below) And weirdly enough, that inspired me to create this post documenting my journey on Skool. After scaling a free group funnel on Discord to $75k/mo in 2022 @Eddie Cumberbatch and I decided to go all in on a free Skool funnel. The current free Skool funnel strategy is linked below. So I have 3 goals to accomplish in 2024: 1. Become the #1 group on Skool 2. Scale our free Skool funnel to $200,000/mo 3. Meet @Sam Ovens and the team in person using the level ups from this post Watch me accomplish my goals over the next 12 months 👇 P.S. Plz like this post so I can level up for goal #3 🫡

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Brady Badour
Kile Lyn
David Allen
Scott Lee
Brian Hood
New comment 7d ago
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    @Brian Hood it’s just a bridge call that qualifies prospects for a HT sales call or a LT down sell on the spot

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    Update: $25k cash collected with 2 free Skool group calls so far

@Sam Ovens with your blessing, can we get some merch like this rolling which displays our loyalty to skool? I want people to know that I'm not just a fan of skool, I want them to know I'm ten toes down with skool. #RIDEORDIE

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Sam Ovens
Nicholas Verge
Brady Badour
Erika Kulpina
New comment Aug 26

I have a $49/month Skool community & a $10,000 HT offer, so I often get asked how I differentiate the 2 in terms of what I'm providing, and how people justify paying the HT price. First, let me say this: I believe in providing low ticket customers with the SAME course material as HT clients. My reasoning is: If someone is paying us, they're paying us to succeed. Period. Knowing this, it's our responsibility to ensure they have everything they need to succeed. I'm not going to withhold essential info/course material from paying clients just because they paid me less... That's stupid. Think about it: Everyone who buys a flight to Hawaii - even though they paid Economy, STILL gets to Hawaii. 🏝️ First Class just get there in a bit more style 😉 So whether they're LT or HT, all my customers/clients get the SAME info. So then... what's the dif between LT & HT? 🧐 Why would people pay more? Here are 2 great ways I've found to differentiate HT from LT. 1) Level of access to you/your team. HT clients can get closer access to you/your team for longer, more frequently. Example #1: If your LT community members get access to 1 weekly call that's 1 hour long in a group coaching zoom call (& let's say 20 people on average show up)... Then your HT clients could get access to 1 or even 2 weekly smaller 2 hour group coaching calls, with a lot less people on them. This provides HT clients with more personal attention and allows you to easily focus more of your energy on them, which easily justifies the HT price. Example #2: If your LT community gets a weekly group coaching call with your head coaches, your HT clients could get a weekly group call with YOU, the boss. 2) The level of service you provide. HT clients can receive DFY or DWY assistance. Example #1: If your LT community members receive a monthly copy/paste swipe file from you, and a ton of course material to learn a skill, your HT clients could have you/your team implement the swipe files FOR them, or at least WITH them, saving them a ton of time from having to do it all themselves, or at least saving them from procrastinating.

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Kyra Kelm
Michael Ennis
Carrie Anne Yu
Mark Ladson
Ted Carr
New comment Jul 6
  • 1 like • Jun 12

    Do you put your LT and HT clients in the same Skool? Because I see you have a free Skool and a paid Skool.

Has anyone figured out a way to successfully send voice notes to members?

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