@Nate McCallister Graphics always work well 👏 I like yours! I tried explaining what Skool is to my family once... Needless to say, "gamified community platform that helps you monetize your passion" got me nothing but blank stares 😂🤷♀️
Sup guys! Just hit a cool milestone with Skool. Here are 3 things I love about Skool: 1. Community - there’s a heavy emphasis on community and my members love it. 2. Gamification - when you get this right the community is awesome without you. 3. All In One - with community, courses, and calls in one area it’s easy to have active members. Those alone make Skool an amazing platform. I could spend an hour writing out a list of every feature I love, but less is more. But that doesn’t mean I’m showing up empty handed… There’s one thing I love about Skool the most: And that’s the ability to create an amazing product. It’s the one thing that has led to most of our growth. We have a product that’s so good, members share it with their friends. Without the 3 things above, building an amazing product would be very difficult. Quick formula for ya before I sign off: Great Product x (Ascensions + Continuity) = 🚀 Thank you @Sam Ovens and the team, Brady P.S. there’s no screenshot bc money is between like 4-5 different processors.
How do you stop random people from pitching you in the DM's? I mean if I have joined their community or I follow them, that's fine. But it seems like anyone can just start following you and sending you DM's. I have had like 10 and they are super annoying.
Hello All, I believe this request has been slightly addressed in this comment: https://www.skool.com/community/custom-levels-badges-roles?p=22d35376. However, I have three follow up questions. 1. Is it possible to create a prestige option once someone has reached the max level within a community? 2. Are there any thoughts towards creating some sort of season pass leveling outside of the 30-day leader board? 3. Are gems the solution for badges, or are other metrics in the works?
@Jeffery Olsen Hi Jeffery! 1. One of admins rewarded their users at level 9 another way. See here :) Also, please share more about what you mean by prestige. Any examples will help! 2. Would the all-time Leaderboard and 7-day Leaderboard solve that? Not sure if this will work for your use case. Feel free to share more :) 3. Still exploring!
A few months ago I stated I wanted to hit $500,000 every single month in cash collected with the help of Skool as our core platform for lead-generation and community building simultaneously. As we're on the way there, we've hit an incredible milestone I wanted to share with you all. This month in November we closed in on $300,000 in cash collected through the help of Skool for our B2B division, in December we're also launching a community for our B2C division on Skool. For context, this is what I do: 1. Our B2B helps coaches, consultants, experts start or scale their online business to $1M-$10M/yr. 2. Our B2C helps everyday beginners become a $5K+/mo Remote DM Setter. HOW did I do it? I'll break down the strategy for you here. 1. We launched a FREE Skool Community and setup the 3 questions that allows us to leverage to see if any of our leads are "in-market" for a Zoom Call to see how we can help them get to Point B. You can see the 3 questions here: https://www.skool.com/appointmentsetter 2. We then sent our EXISTING organic traffic via e-mail, facebook, instagram all over to the Skool Community so we can reach out to group join request, leverage the 3 questions -> book a call 3. If people don't book a call right away, one of two things always happen if not both, they consume the course content and get nurtured over time, then book a call. Or we follow up till they say "How can we book a call?" or "STOP FOLLOWING UP!!" lol. 4. We've been doing this for about 3-4 months now and it's all compounded into today's results, the reason I'm going to double down on Skool is because it's more focused, more intentional and it doesn't have annoying chat restrictions like our previous core platform, Facebook. 5. Most importantly, every single day, my DM Setter will have 50 new conversations per day and does 300-500 follow ups PER DAY, without any restrictions or headaches like Facebook gives. So all you need is:
@Bas Slot CONGRATULATIONS, BAS! 🎉 This is an exceptional milestone! Thanks so much for sharing your strategy with the community. I believe it will benefit many users 🙌 Keep crushing it, and keep us posted when you get to $500k! Congrats! 👏
So I’m driving traffic to my private group and in the last 3 days I’ve had 70 leads opted-in. When they enter there email into my landing page it automatically zaps them there Skool invite to join the group for there free 14 weight loss program. Out off about 70 invites only 4 have went ahead and created an account. The rest are still sitting in pending invite. I also have a separate 5 email sequence that is sent to them over the next 7 days to encourage them to the group. Has anyone mastered this or any advice on how to improve these numbers? I would really appreciate it
@Me Time Coaching Jason was spot on in his response. The drop off from ads to the About page is nearly 0%. Driving traffic straight to the About page might be a possible workaround to increase group joins 🙌 If you stick with an email follow-up campaign, we recommend showing something from the group to tease, so that there is a compelling reason to join. Creators usually use wining posts, course modules, PDFs, etc.
👋🏻 Hey all, I'm new to the skool community and would love to start my own community. The challenge that I'm facing is that I have a lot of different passions that I wouldn't really call myself an expert in those passions. Some of my passions are building wealth, personal development, online privacy, homesteading, board games, and drumming just to name a few. It seems that there are a lot of experts already on here that have been in the info game for a while and have established credibility in their niche. But if you were starting brand new and not being the subject matter expert in a passion how would you start a community and turn that into income? And perhaps the answer is just do it... and build up some self-confidence to do so... but maybe there's others who feel the same way here.
@Jason Biehl Hi Jason! Welcome to Skool :) I'm sure more people will chime in, as this is a great question! If I could drop my 5 cents, we've seen quite a few people partner with influencers and use their following and expertise to build a community for them! I feel like this is an excellent way to start building communities while monetizing your creative passion. I think @Brady Badour teaches this process in his community Creator Clique :) Might be good to connect with him. And also a great post about this concept here! Feel free to chime in! 🙌
Hi guys, I might use your payment system in the long term but for clients I already have, is there a way of getting people into my community without them paying but not making it a ‘FREE’ community? Some people pay me by standing order, some by PayPal etc. But I like the Skool platform. Any thoughts?
@Diogo Oliveira Hi Diogo! Members can re-subscribe to your community at a subscription price that you set. If your community is free right now, set up subscriptions first. Then, remove them from the community, and send them to your About page where they can subscribe for a price :)
@Anni Sirviö Hi Anni! People invited with the shareable invite link will go through the membership approval process. If you want to skip the approval process and get people in for free, please use the invite via email, .CSV import, or the Zapier / Webhook integration :)