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
Introducing the first paid community on Skool — "$1 Club". Its purpose: To demonstrate the paid community experience. For $1 /month you'll get to: 1. See what it's like to subscribe to a paid community (as a member) 2. See what it's like to sell a paid community (as an admin) 3. Be first in line to use the payments system (for your own community) Click here to join $1 Club. We don't expect you to pay $1 /month ongoing. You can cancel your subscription at any time with 1-click. We're doing this as a live demonstration of our payments system. See you on the other side!
We made $50,000 last month using 2 Skool communities but... Do YOU need 2 communities? Maybe not. Let's find out: I just made a video going into depth on why we decided to use 2 communities, and why it makes sense for us from a profit perspective using our client acquisition method, however... Every business is unique... So you should ask yourself: • Am I using appointment setters? If so, 2 communities might be best. • Do I want to treat my prospects differently than my paying clients? If so, 2 communities might be best. • Am I okay with mixing paying members and free members together? If so, 1 community may be fine for you. Watch the vid below for more info to help you decide if 1 or 2 communities is best for you. Ted ✌🏼 P.S. Want 1 on 1 help setting up your Skool community (at no charge)? Send me a DM with the word "SKOOL" & I'll set yours up with you for free so it's set up like mine.
I am planning on doing a free/low ticket model with some great info and once-a-week coaching calls for the low ticket paying peeps. My high ticket will be for the more serious students who don't want to have to deal with all the neub questions and weekly coaching calls who want to see some serious results.
Hey guys, wanted to show how I'm using Skool. I'm using 1 community to work with free and paid users (despite everyone sayings you should use two). I explain why in the video and why I think it's working for now (and helping generate more sales). I'm selling a $97/month membership to help people get clients with video. A $1,497 automation product to automate your content workflow. And soon I'll have a $7,500 product where I show people how to hire/train a content specialist to run their content marketing program. More of my logic is in the video. Hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions.
Hello, I just wanted to share my feedback about the new feature of skool : subscriptions Our current situation: We have a private free group for our members. They pay a fee to enroll in our program. They get access to our group by invitation. We give them access to the course manually. Our goal: to create a monthly subscription offer to all our members with multiple price ranges (maybe 3). Each price range will give them access to a certain content according to the price they pay monthly. We want to give them the possibility to upgrade or downgrade if they wish to depending on their needs. The current subscription feature on skool is missing all of this. In fact, this is what I understood when I tried to play with it: - eventhough there is a possibility to create multiple prices, you will need to set one price as the current price, so no price ranges available for our members. - For our new members they will have to choose one single price to enroll in our private group (so no way they can choose the formula they prefer the most) - For our existing members, if we create a subscription, they will need to get out from our group so that they can pay for the new susbcription we created (which is not good because we will have to ask them to do so much effort and maybe we will loose them that way) So my question for you @Sid Sahasrabuddhe @Sam Ovens is if there is in Skool's roadmap any upgrade to this feature in the near future that will allow us to : - create multiple price ranges and formulas inside one single group - people who are already in the group have the possibility to activate a subscription from their profile and choosing the formula they prefer autonomously (like all the saas are doing already (hubspot, zapier, wistia etc)) - once the payment didn't go through the person won't have access anymore to a certain content (classroom/course) and have to re-activate the susbcription once again - have rich metris to track the perfomance of each subscription product (formula/price range) like for example : Churn rate, Retention rate, Monthly recurring revenue, Customer lifetime value, Annual recurring revenue (arr) etc
Now you can use rich text editing to create course modules any way you like! Click here to see an example. (fastest way to understand the new feature). Now you can use the following: 1. Inline images 2. Headings 3. Bold, italics, strikethrough 4. Inline code and code blocks 5. Bulleted and numbered lists 6. Quote blocks 7. Links 8. Dividers 9. Description visibility Check out the example here, try it for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comments. Enjoy 🎉
We have 400+ people in our paid community, and they're all on Stripe billing. Now that Skool billing is here... we need to move them over. Here's how we're going to do it. Step 1: Incentivize the switch. I made this post (attached below) and emailed it to all my members using Skool email broadcast feature. I told them to comment DISCOUNT below if they wanted a lower rate. I also added a deadline to create urgency. Step 2: DM them. I sent this DM to everyone who commented: Hey Name, Can you please visit https://www.skool.com/contentpreneur/about to sign up at the discounted rate? :) Step 3: Remove them. As soon as I sent the DM, I removed them from the group. (If you don't remove them, they can't see the 'Join' button on the about page.) Step 4: Remind them. If they don't sign up after I remove then, I have someone on my team who will keep DMing them with reminders until they do. Step 5: Cancel their Stripe. Once they've moved to Skool billing, I go to stripe and cancel their subscription. Bonus Step #1: More email reminders. I'm going to mass email (using Active Campaign) all my members a few times to notify them about the discount opportunity. Here's what the email will say: Subject: [Action Required] Your Contentpreneurs Membership Discount is Available Hey name, good news! You qualify for a $10/month reduction for your Contentpreneurs membership. To activate your new discounted rate and save $10/month, follow these two steps: Step 1) Remove yourself from the group (Settings → Membership → Leave group) Step 2) Click this link and sign up again: https://www.skool.com/contentpreneur/about Warning: If you do not switch over within the next 60 days, you will lose access to this new price. Why are we doing this? We want to make it easier for you to cancel, pause, and update your card on file whenever you need to, so we're switching to Skool's new in-house billing system.
You can do this in the settings. ALso, watch these videos and just watch how they move around the platform. I've learnt so much by watching these videos (multiple times) with @Stephen G. Pope https://www.skool.com/community/44k-in-18-days-w-skool-no-sales-calls-or-paid-ads-full-video?p=9a71448e @Ted Carr https://www.skool.com/community/why-i-use-2-skool-communities-1-free-1-paid @Andrew Kirby https://www.skool.com/community/classroom/1df74fe8?md=1b18411093a4448ead74bc60b6f42f6b
Just did a recent re-launch of a product using Skool (and 1 email to my list) that generated over $44K in just 18 days. I made even more after the 18 days but that was the original metric I had. It was nice not having to do a bunch of sales calls—most of the orders were purchased without any communication with the client at all. - No sales calls - No questions In the video I cover: - How I set up Skool (free/public) - The funnel I use (and the tech behind it) - How I generate traffic (platforms, types of content & the automated system) - The 2 posts I made (email list and Skool) Happy to answer questions or go deeper on topics if you have questions, just drop them in the comments below. Want the Zaps I use? Drop "Zaps" in the comments below. Hope you enjoy → https://youtu.be/B3lCI77mYLw
I was on the app looking at filling out the questions to join a group. Now the app is frozen on the group's "Answer Questions" page and I can't get out of it and cannot access anything else on the SKOOL app.
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe I did that. Did not help. I also restarted my phone and that did not work. But then, when your comment came through on my email, I then clicked on "view post" and it took me to the app and that seemed to solve the problem. Thank you!
***UPDATE: the FULL video is live now → https://bit.ly/44yx06H Still in the middle of the launch. But wanted to see if there was any interest in seeing how I generated $44K in just 18 days with Skool. It was less work than you may think. The best part is my calendar is clean without any sales calls. I don't know how to run ads so I didn't use them I could talk about: - How I'm generating traffic on TikTok and YouTube into Skool - How I'm using Skool to sell products (without sales calls) And also the tech behind it: - My automated content machine (Airtable, Zapier & Google Drive) - The backend tech with Skool (Zapier & ThriveCart) If you're interested in an A-Z video (or even a webinar) comment "video" below and I'll put it together. PLUS I'll DM you when it's out. If there are enough people I'll do a full webinar. I'll be doing this in my community. Loving Skool!
Sometimes you need to express a feeling, but words alone can’t quite do it. Now you can add GIFs to Posts, Comments, Replies, and Chats! Just click the GIF button, type your keyword, find the perfect GIF, and it will attach to the post or comment you are writing. Comment below with a GIF! Thanks team! 🙌
Introducing two new features for courses: 1. Drip — Now you can drip course content to your members over time. When adding/editing a module, turn drip on, and enter the number of days you want to module to drip after. 2. Course permissions — Now you can give some of your members access to course A, but not course B. When adding/editing a course, set permissions to "All members have access" (default), or "Only some members have access". To give specific members access, find the member from the member's list, click the "..." menu, click "Manage access", and select the course from there. These were two of the most requested features we've had, so I hope you guys like them! Check it out and let us know what you think. Enjoy!
This is what it feels like to put together a lease option real estate investing deal. https://youtube.com/shorts/ies_78mTA8g?feature=share When I try to add this YT short to the "add video" section of this post, it says its an invalid link. Is that because its a short?
Hey team, @Nick Guadagnoli (Product Manager), me (CEO), and @Sid Sahasrabuddhe (Community Manager) are holding a Skool "Office Hours" livestream tomorrow, Tuesday, March 22nd @ 1pm Pacific Time on Zoom. See it on our calendar here. We're going to share our latest product updates, best practices, and answer any questions you have. Nothing formal, we just want to hang out with you guys, share what's going on, and offer help. Want to attend? Click this link here to register/attend. See you there!