In the online space, everything is shifting, and from what I observe, many creators aim to sell and serve without becoming excessively reliant on launches, ads, and large teams. What are your thoughts on that?
I'm getting my SKOOL community set up 🎉 Tbh the built in Skool payments features looks pretty great in terms of everything they can do (both for admin and subscribers) but the lack of options in terms of coupons, trials, bundles etc has swayed me back to Thrivecart. So! Any advice from those of you who have this setup? Things to keep an eye out for or anything you wish you did differently? Also, with this set up I'm guessing I need zaps to get paid member access set up. Any advice for this step? Thanks!
We almost went this route, but recently changed our checkout experience to WooCommerce. 🤪 What email service provider or CRM do you use? Asking to make sure you add a tag to your contacts in your CRM/email list when they sign up for Skool (to help you manage Skool memberships)!
Are you seeing the same success with course and mastermind launches? I've seen a big decline in course and mastermind enrollments. It might just be me but what do you think has shifted and what do you think people want more now? I'm thinking for bite size, specific content and membership maybe? Would love to know what you're seeing and doing right now in the online learning space
I’m submitting my offer for Mariah’s Skool sprint and would love to know which of these descriptions feels the most enticing. My community— The Multi-Passionate Mastery Club— is a space for multi-passionate creatives across various industries to come together and celebrate all of who they are, while accessing curated resources and diving deeper into the topics explored on the Multi-Passionate Mastery podcast. The description needs to be SHORT and sweet. Could you vote for the one that would make you want to learn more if you heard Mariah announce it? Thank you!!