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How many DM's does an "innocent" person send in 1-week?
Imagine you're a member of some groups (not the owner or admin). Somebody "innocent", not somebody trying to sell people stuff... How many new people would you start a DM conversation with in 1-week?
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New comment 17d ago
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None. I never initiate contact
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@Sam Ovens We have been building our own community for several years now, but we are way solower than your team with huge resources. The way we are addressing spam is by giving each member a spam score. 0 to 10. People can give other members a spam "slap", only when the "spammer" has send a user a DM (first). If they receive 10 slaps, account is suspended till further notice/review. If they get 5 slaps within 5 days, suspended. If they receive 2 slaps in a day, suspended. If anyone were to send normal messages, you wouldn't get 2 slaps in a day. To avoid people mass mailing 300 people in 30 minutes, there is a message rate formula incorporated in our DM system. If you send more than 1 message per minute, you get a warning. Then a second warning, and then, suspended. This doesn't give spammers a chance to do any damage to the community. They will be caught before members receive a negative user exprience. To avoid people slapping eachother jsut because they don't like them, only the receiver of the first DM interaction can slap that person.
$44,000 in 18 days With Skool—No Paid Traffic or Sales Calls
***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!
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Free Value Group Vs. Subscription Group Where do you draw the line
Struggling with the structure of communities. So, we have a high ticket course. Now here is a free value-focused community, and we have a subscription-based community. Help me understand this, please. Sam, doesn't charge a monthly fee to be part of his high-ticket course community. So I will assume that is not part of this discussion here. So now, what do you offer in the subscription-based community? The reason I am struggling with this is because the free community needs to provide an incredible amount of value. I started to create a killer course that was supposed to be a low-ticket course to be the step to the high-ticket course. Then I heard about communities, so my first thought was, OK why not put that low-ticket course in the subscription-based community and get recurring income. But now, I am leaning more towards providing this course for free (mind you I sincerely believe this course is incredible). But that brings the issue. When do you stop giving free value and when do you charge people? Can some of you tell me what you do, where you draw the line between free value and paid value, and how do you have your high ticket course structured in all of this? Thanks. BTW, I have seen all the "How so and so uses skool" videos. These don't answer my dilemma sadly. What do you offer in the free community? And what do you offer in the paid community w.r.t. value? Why would they want to upgrade to the subscription-based? I am hoping a bunch of you will answer with 1) your opinion on this, 2) how you structured yours, and 3) Your phycology or reasoning behind it 4) how this is working for you (are people upgrading to paid, and if you know, at what rate (every week we get 15 new members to the free and 3 upgraded to paid). Of course, you don't HAVE to answer all these but it would certainly be valuable to others here aswell.
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New comment Aug '23
2 likes • Aug '23
@Chris Marsella Thank you. It is hard to know when to stop giving away the free stuff, and what stuff to charge for, vs what stuff to give a way for free.
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@Eli Richardson Thank you kindly!
2 Effective Ways to Grow a Low Ticket Membership on Skool
I've tried a ton of different methods to grow my $49/month Skool membership, but these 2 methods consistently work the best for me & my clients. The best part is, neither of them feel like you're selling anything. I'm in the process of trying a paid ads strategy to grow my Skool community, and will update you when I have results, but for now, try using these 2 organic strategies for consistent growth and let me know how they work for you. 🥂 Ted
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