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63 contributions to Skool Community
Real Estate or Community? (I Need Your Help!)
Help me decide which Skool community to start. I've invested in real estate since 2005 and have built a multi-8-figure portfolio. I am also one of the people behind the 55,000+ group of dentists that @Sam Ovens has called the "Disneyland for Dentists." (Links to podcasts where he talks about our group linked in the comments below. I'm thinking about starting a Skool community and am having difficulty deciding between: - one focused on real estate, or - one about building a thriving community I need your help! ---> Please vote on which topic I should make my Skool community about. Thank! ---> Bonus points for a comment on why you voted the way you did. I will (most likely) abide by this poll's results. 😀🤣
18 members have voted
New comment Apr 19
1 like • Apr 19
@Tim Sanders, I can talk about real estate until the cows come home. I've never really spent that much time talking about community building but that might because I don't know many people (in real life) who are interested in that topic... so it never really comes up.
0 likes • Apr 19
Thanks @Tim Sanders
New Strategy...
After a week of learning every single strategy known to man, here is yet another one.
New comment Apr 20
5 likes • Apr 18
2 likes • Apr 19
@Ryan Duncan 🤣
🧢 Skool hats just dropped on the merch store...
New comment 3d ago
11 likes • Apr 19
New hat, who dis?
Best Engagement Tips for New Group
👋 Hi! I am new(er) to Skool just starting a group for Burned out Health Care Professionls looking for an alternative path in business entrepreneurship in Health & Wellness.. We teach business/entrepreneur skills & strategic partnership opportunities. I am hoping for some tips that have proven valuable to your own groups to get people to engage. I appreciate any feedback! Currently engagement is vey low with maany members not even utilizing the Skool platform...I still think it is very new to many! Looking forward to connecting with many here! 😄 - Tracy
New comment Apr 16
1 like • Apr 16
Here's a post I shared about our 55k+ group: Hope it's helpful.
How We Built and Maintain Our 55,000+ Dental Community
More and more people are starting to build communities, and with Skool’s Membership Challenge coming up, I wanted to share some things that we've done to build and maintain the "Disneyland for Dentists" as @Sam Ovens has called it in some of his podcast appearances (linked in the comments below). We run a large Facebook group (we started it before Skool was a thing) in the dental space and currently have 55,000+ US-based dentists in the community. Engagement in the group is constantly around 90% (meaning that ~50k of the 55k members have engaged in the past 60 days). The community was grown 100% organically. Not a single dollar was spent on promotion. Here are the things that we did (and continue to do) to grow the group organically: 1. The most important thing is the quality of the content being shared in the group. This is by far the most important thing. I'd estimate that 70%+ of our group members were invited by someone already in the group. The quality of the content is the main reason someone invites someone else to join that group. There are no shortcuts here other than being consistent with great content. We posted daily for several years and now mix in new content and recycle our old posts as we've been at it for 5+ years. A ton of incredible content gets buried in the past posts so it's beneficial for new members to start recycling it after about 6 months of posting. 2. We contacted "all-stars" in the group and asked if they'd post regularly. If they agreed, we assigned them a day of the week. We have had dozens of incredible group members posting once per week on their scheduled day for years. These people come and go, but we always have an excellent rotation of group members consistently posting in the group. This helps to have great content from other people rather than from admins. This also encourages other group members to post and engage as it's more of a community sharing ideas rather than top-down from the leaders.
New comment Mar 9
0 likes • Mar 9
@Tony Tovar I realized I had two #9s! I'm guessing you were referring to the second #9 (which I've changed to #10). It probably should have been #1 on the list.
1 like • Mar 9
@May Adams we have an intern categorize all the new posts each day. They add them to a word document in their respective category with a link to the post. We use bitly (with a custom short domain) to generate the links in the index so we can see which posts are popular and how much traffic we're driving back to the group from that index. It's actually so big that it's two separate word documents now. In total, it's 459 pages and 162,546 words. Single spaced. We're tying to figure out how to move it to a password protected page on our website. We're trying to figure out the right ChatGPT prompt to turn it into the right format to have clickable links, etc. The limitation is how much ChatGPT can process at a time. It's surprisingly small chunks before it glitches out or does something we don't want. So yeah... that's where we're at right now. (We're trying to use ChatGPT so we don't ruin someone's life by making them do it manually!)
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Brent C
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Real estate investor (multi-8-figure real estate portfolio). Community builder (55k member dental community).

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Joined Dec 7, 2019
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