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Has anyone using Skool as a lead nurturing platform? As currently I am using Facebook group as a nurturing platform then generate call from there.

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Ted Carr
Ed Squire
Paul Masters
Andrew Kirby
Trent Grzegorczyk
New comment 27d ago

This is a group on Skool, about Skool, by people who use Skool. Here's 4 ways to get started: 1. Check out our "Skool 101" course to learn about the product and common use-cases. 2. Use Skool and share your feedback by posting/commenting in the community. 3. Attend our monthly "Skool office hours" livestreams for product updates and Q&A. 4. Want to create your own group on Skool? Click here to do that. Watch the video below for a quick overview of the product. Enjoy 🎉

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Simon Paquin
James Horan
Sam Ovens
Andrew Shusterman
Matt Shepley
New comment Aug 7
  • 1 like • Feb 4

    @Sam Ovens Can we create free group for my subscribers?

  • 2 likes • Feb 4

    I mean if I subscribe to the $99, can I create a free group in skool?

Here's how I've customized my Skool group. It's still a work in progress, but maybe you can get some ideas by seeing what I'm doing with mine... I'd love to hear/see how you've customized yours well! Comment below with a tour of your group or post any suggestions for me & others :)

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Sebastian Kopp
Gordon Goddard
Italo Campilii
Michael Brynkus
Ted Carr
New comment Aug 5
  • 0 likes • Feb 11

    Is this paid or free group?

1. FB is distracting AF. Skool is zen - although I wish I could disable that nasty red notification bell lol. I will still have my team use FB for the free group function & to nurture leads in the DM's - but I will use Skool for my paying customers. They deserve my full attention. 2. Skool has everything I need to develop a membership subscription community. The community, classroom and calendar create form a trifecta experience. I will take payments via a ClickFunnels checkout page, process the payment via Stripe and then use a Webhook (Zapier) to invite the customer to Skool + have my thank you page explain how & why to join Skool. 3. The community, calendar & classroom feature are SO EASY to use, and are nearly perfect for what I want to do with a membership group - and I've signed up for over 10 other platforms searching for the best... Thinkific, teachable, circle, ghost, kajabi, podia, etc. but found them too clunky and confusing. 4. Skool is light, fast, clean & organized. It simply FEELS good to be in... like my Tesla lol. Nice job, team. 5. Anything Sam (& his team) build I know will get better with time, and we are in the EARLY DAYS! I'm very excited to see what comes next. I hope Skool can stay pure & simple as it is now... Curious, what are some reasons YOU love Skool? And are you making the switch from some other platform? Why or why not?

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Dorian Vida
John Tan
Tudor Todorescu
Danny Mallinder
Ted Carr
New comment Apr 17
  • 0 likes • Feb 9

    Financial industry

  • 0 likes • Feb 13

    @Ted Carr insurance and mutual funds

It is said to build a business you have to invest in yourself, and your business. To grow it you have to reinvest along the growth path. I was thinking after finding this platform just yesterday, that $99 for a private group is a bargain, considering what unseen info FB has been taking from us for years. That said, not only will I have mostly paid access groups, and you should, but since it is free for potential students to enter our world of Skool, why not invest in an extra group that is free where you can use it like an incubator on the platform. Just like we experienced being here in this group.....🤔 A place for them to come test drive what you have to offer. Screw spending 99 on ads when you can do so much more with an Incubator group. This was just something that came to mind last night I thought I would share. Thinking past the scarcity is required to grow a business. Thinking and feeling about the investment is exciting and powerful when combined. Do any of you have an incubator group like this? #incubator

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Nick Guadagnoli
Gordon Goddard
Samuel J Snead
Drew Laughlin
Andrew Woodbury
New comment Apr 4
  • 0 likes • Feb 16

    @Gordon Goddard Would love to see how you do it

Is there good payment integration? For example, we use stripe and paypal with kajabi right now? Will skool automatically kick out members who don't renew? Can I see a history of failed and successful payments and other revenue and subscriber analytics and metrics on skool?

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Dennis Kraus
John Tan
Ashley Taylor
New comment Mar 5
  • 0 likes • Feb 9

    @Dennis Kraus how do we do that? Is there a tutorial on this?

  • 0 likes • Feb 9

    @Dennis Kraus Thanks

For both Public and Secret group, does user need to register in order to participate in the group and classroom?

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Chris Moore
John Tan
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment Feb 14
  • 1 like • Feb 13

    @Chris Moore thanks. For secret group then cannot see anything right?

If I am accepting payment via thrivecart or clickfunnels, how do we add members automatically via API?

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Dennis Kraus
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
New comment Feb 9
  • 0 likes • Feb 9

    @Dorian Vida I don’t think we can do that now in skool

Hi can the Community be free and classroom for paid members only?

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Ted Carr
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Gordon Goddard
John Tan
New comment Feb 8
  • 0 likes • Feb 8

    @Gordon Goddard yeah currently I am using Facebook group to nurture prospect into client so thought of using Skool to do that. Now I need to pay for 2x$99 to do that. if we can have 2 communities under one account will be good.

@Sam Ovens do u use skool to nurture leads like what people uses Facebook group for

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Gordon Goddard
New comment Feb 8

Can I set admin for the group management?

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Gordon Goddard
Ted Carr
Sid Sahasrabuddhe
John Tan
New comment Feb 7

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